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« on: January 30, 2019, 11:05:19 PM »
Sunday night Merril Hoge Color Rush Jersey , what began as a disagreement between two Steelers fans over play-calling, bad officiating, and, I kid you not, Mike Tomlin’s job status, escalated to physical violence, with one fan stonewalling the other with brutal headbutt. Behold, in all its wanton glory:(Some context: According to Kate, the hero that captured the above footage, the recipient of the headbutt—who, it should be noted, apparently has a jaw composed of titanium—was the aggressor, for whatever that’s worth. Regardless of who instigated the fight, the Paul Rudd-looking nonbelligerent who delivered the headbutt will forever be know as...well , the Paul Rudd-looking guy who headbutted an old man during a football game). Steelers fans, not unlike most sports fans, are an inherently fervent and impassioned lot, so that, coupled with a handful of contentious officiating decisions, negligent second-half play-call by the home team, and 13 or 14 beers, will of course stir any feelings of discontent or, in this case, exacerbate any feelings of hostility. Repress those feelings! Yes, the Fahrrrr Tawm-lin guy sitting behind you is deeply irritating, but is he deserving of your unbridled rage? He is not. Please do not headbutt other people. Despite having watched this video at least 200 times over the past two days, I don’t mean to make light of the situation. The football aspect of football is quite violent enough; the last thing it needs is a pair of fussy, aggro buttholes quarreling in the stands over coaching and officiating. Important Mel Blount Jersey , too, is that this kind of behavior is a major turnoff for fans, particularly families. The fact that Heinz Field is populated by thousands of loud, temperamental drunk people—people who, oftentimes, could not possibly care less about the ages of the surrounding attendees—on Steelers game days means that watching a home game with children in tow is already a dubious proposition, and the prospect of potentially having to explain to an elementary-aged kid what caused two Steelers fans to fight each other is enough to keep any rational person away. While the headbutt video is at least amusing, the following is not:Seen here is a Steelers fan engaged in fisticuffs with Chargers fan; when the Chargers fan’s girlfriend intervenes, she is briefly but forcefully choked by the Steelers fan (it was later revealed that the girlfriend is actually the Chargers fan’s wife, and that she is pregnant; her husband, identified as Daniel Minshew of San Diego, stated that the couple plans to press charges). A great way to earn a reputation as the dumbest fanbase in the NFL is to have two separate fights from the same game go viral. Though the aforementioned videos depict the two highest profile altercations, I am certain there were other, less severe skirmishes elsewhere. In fact Mike Webster Color Rush Jersey , I attended this game, and a situation that I was positive would result in punches being thrown was thankfully deescalated by security (and by “deescalated,” I mean the belligerents were forcibly removed from the stadium). Now, I say all this knowing full well that 99.999999999% of Steelers fans are not ill-tempered perma-frats, so let’s do better next week. Yeeeeeeesh. Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said at his Tuesday press conference that turnover ratio is one area he would like to see his team improve in the coming weeks.Tomlin’s comments were centered on the defense’s failure to create turnovers against Denver and Jacksonville — they did recover a fumble on the last play against the Jaguars — over the last two weeks. That ratio is out of whack because the Steelers have turned the ball over seven times in those contests, so there’s more than one way to address the issue.Five of those turnovers were interceptions by Ben Roethlisberger and his 12 interceptions on the season are tied with Ryan Fitzpatrick for the second-most in the league. During an appearance on 93.7 The Game on Tuesday, Roethlisberger said he’s not happy throwing picks while also saying that he’s not going to start making big changes to his game to avoid them.“Sometimes those things happen. I’m a quarterback that is going to go out and sling it,” Roethlisberger said on his weekly radio show Tuesday. “You talk about gunslinger or whatever you want to talk about, I’m not going to worry about interceptions. I hate doing ’em. They bother me. But I’m going to go out and play my game and try to help us win football games.”Roethlisberger is averaging 43 passes a game, so his interception rate of 2.5% is in line with recent seasons. With the Chargers, Patriots and Saints on tap in the next four weeks, finding a way to make it drop while remaining effective otherwise would be a positive development for the Steelers.


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