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Old 01-11-2009, 08:36 PM   #1
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James Harrison Steelers LB (I like his story)

This proves that you never know what talent you got on your roster. Could Golston, Montgomery, Alexander, Jackson, Buzbee, etc. be one to surface?

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Harrison is a friggin monster!!!
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This proves that you never know what talent you got on your roster. Could Golston, Montgomery, Alexander, Jackson, Buzbee, etc. be one to surface?

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I think we already know what we have in Montgomery and Goldston. Jackson showed some pass rush skills in pre season so meaybe he's a sleeper. Harrison is just a one man wrecking ball.
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I think we already know what we have in Montgomery and Goldston. Jackson showed some pass rush skills in pre season so meaybe he's a sleeper. Harrison is just a one man wrecking ball.
I still think that Golston has more to show and Buzbee intrigues me despite his injury. It took Harrison 4 years before he arrived.
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I still think that Golston has more to show and Buzbee intrigues me despite his injury. It took Harrison 4 years before he arrived.
Goldston has shown no ability to cave in the pocket since he's been here. He's strickly a run stopping DT. I would really like for Montgomery to reach his full potential and be that disruptive force like Haynesworth. He's got the raw ability to do it.
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It starts to raise questions about how we develop talent on this team. Harrison is a prime example of a guy that obviously has a lot of talent but did not reach it right away. The Pitt staff has a lot to do with this guys success. Iv'e seen too many players leave this team to flourish somewhere else.
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he is a good player my wife is dragging out to meet him next month in harrisburg pa i guess i can do it to make her happy would be better if it was a redskin player
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James Harrison is a diamond in the rough, just like Antonio Pierce was for the skins.
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Goldston has shown no ability to cave in the pocket since he's been here. He's strickly a run stopping DT. I would really like for Montgomery to reach his full potential and be that disruptive force like Haynesworth. He's got the raw ability to do it.
I agree. Montgomery could have a break-out year at any time. He has the ability.
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