Originally written on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 10/30/14
ThePittsburgh Steelers may be only 6-5 entering this weeks game against rival Baltimore, but it’s not unfamiliar territory for the six-time Superbowl champs. In 2005 the Steelers were 7-5 after three straight losses and rallied together to win out the remainder of the season and eventually go on to win the Superbowl. There is one more situation that is becoming eerily connected with Steelers Superbowl victories, this time around it involves Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice.
PLAYERS: Ray Rice
TEAMS: Baltimore Ravens
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  • Oh now i get it! The best thing Ray Rice could do for the Steelers is only touch the ball 12 times the whole game? Give the game away ball to John and Cam, these guys makes you wonder how this trend of taking a good team and imploding it with a flare and double talking makes you wonder how long can this continue before the players are no longer able to take this inept duo? The Fans and Owner and staff got to come to grips with reality right Steve? Ozzie? Just saying Ray Rice is good for 4th and 29 on any given day and you don't try and design a game plan around this guy means you are either in the wrong sports or you really don't know what you are doing, Must be true! I said this for the last two seasons and haven't been wrong, These guys are not what Charm City needs or wants for this storied team which won a Super Bowl with defense! enough already! Come On Man! Goodbye!
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