Back to Main Page

Week 1
at Cleveland

Week 2
at Baltimore

Week 3
vs. Seattle

Week 4
vs. Jacksonville

Week 5
at Buffalo

Week 6
at Cincinnati

Week 7
vs. Atlanta

Week 8

Week 9
at San Fran

Week 10
vs. Cleveland

Week 11
at Tennessee

Week 12
vs. Cincinnati

Week 13
at Jacksonville

Week 14
vs. Baltimore

Week 15
at Kansas City

Week 16
vs. Carolina

Week 17
vs. Tennessee

Here We Go!

Pre-Game Analysis
By the Fans!
CLICK HERE for Post-Game Analysis.
The following comments are listed in the order they were received with the most recent entries at the top. This isn't a "guestbook" format... I read and manually insert every message, so you may not see your submission show up for a day or two.
Week 7
Pittsburgh vs. Atlanta

Submitted by Nat LaBorde
So... Big Bird comes to town tonight. The last time they beat us (and the only time) was December, 1970. Good luck, Birdies! Alert to Pittsburgh Police: Mr.Robinson is outta his neighborhood... may be spotted trying to hustle up some hoochi mama before or after tonight's game. "Would ya be mine,could ya be mine, won't you be my neighbor?" Steelers win, 31-7.


Submitted by Tom Bragg
If the Steelers hope to gain any momentum heading into the middle part of the season, then the upcoming game this Monday night against Atlanta is a must. The team desperately needs to head into it's open date the following week with a couple of wins under their belt. If the Steelers continue to play the same good defense they've been playing and the offense can somehow manage to put a couple of TD's on the scoreboard, then the Steelers should come away winners. Make no mistake... the Falcons may be 1 and 5, but this game will not be easy for Pittsburgh. The team also needs another big game from Jerome Bettis, and my guess is they will get it. Prediction: 24-13, Pittsburgh.

Tom Bragg

Submitted by Tommy "Fleetwood 'N' Julio" Coleman



P.S.-- Wish I could turn down the sound on the TV at the Ypsilanti Steeler Shrine (734)481-1431 and listen to Myron Cope on Dope.

SEND US Your Comments!

Back to Main Page