Steelers Need To “Wake Up” & Play Smarter Football

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – It’s time to wake up with the Fan Morning Show!

Gregg Giannotti wants to wake up the New York Jets before their visit to Pittsburgh next week.

The Jets strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi was on the sidelines of Sunday’s game and tripped a Miami Dolphins player as he was running down the field.

Giannotti says the Jets need to fine and suspend Alosi for his actions, which are worse than any Harrison hit.

Paul Alexander wants to wake up Troy Polamalu for his ill-advised lateral play at the end of the game.

Alexander says Polamalu made a great play launching into the end zone. However, he says that sometimes you just need to catch the ball and fall to the ground.

Jim Colony wants to wake up Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown for his mishandling of the punt return that could have resulted in a Steelers turnover.

Colony says sometimes you just need to let the ball die and not try to make a play out of nothing.

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One Comment

  1. rsq says:

    jets coach that tripped player should be fired not fined he should be terminated like now —–the game is getting out of hand

  2. Wendy says:

    I was screaming “DON’T PICK IT UP!!!” when that punt was rolling towards Antonio Brown. For some reason, I just KNEW he was going to try to pick it up and, of course, he did! I’m so relieved that one of the Steelers was there to fall on the ball after he fumbled it. Could have been a truly terrible turn of events.

  3. Chance Wayne says:

    Well, not too bad considering the Steelers are playing against the opposition PLUS the 12th man, ie.- the referees.

  4. Scott says:

    Paul Alexander should freakn’ wake up. Didn’t he see Troy Polamalu’s apology on the news concerning the lateral? If anyone out there on the field has their head “in the game” it’s Troy. I know these guys, the reporters, are being paid to be opinionated but sometimes Alexander can be such an anus.

  5. Dennis Mowrey says:

    Wake up? I know they made some bad plays yesterday, but I think it takes more than a couple of those for waking up. Why don’t we just call it a win and move on? Do we always have to have the offense scoring the touchdowns? Yesterday was proof that the answer isn’t by how many touchdowns your offense can get. It is how many points your defense holds the other team too and makes off of their mistakes.

    As for that Jets coach, either fire him or give a fine alot bigger than Harrison’s combined fines are.

    As for the Jets

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