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When you’re 1-2 and coming off a loss to a team you have no business losing too, now is hardly the time to be stirring the pot with pointless chatter if you’re the Pittsburgh Steelers. After all, who does these guys think they are, Anthony Smith? Whether or not Steve McLendon, Antonio Brown, and Isaac Redman meant their comments as trash talking isn’t really the issue. Just about anything these days becomes bulletin board material, and with the Philadelphia Eagles coming off a big win against the Giants, and sitting at 3-1 in their division, you don’t need to add to the already tough game coming up at Heinz Field on Sunday. PIttsburgh has never been a team to back down from anyone, and I’m certainly all for that. No matter how bad or good things have been throughout the years, the Steelers always believe they can win on any given Sunday. That being said, the talk out of Steelers camp this week has caught the ears of the Eagles players and they aren’t exactly thrilled. As reported b...
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