Morning Links (and Daily Thread)…

A quick daily look at what’s happening around Steelers Nation. And consider this your open thread for discussing the days events and, well, anything else that comes to mind about the Black and Gold.

Happy Friday, nerds. Let’s get to this mostly SL mornin’ links…

Five Steelers Who Made A Quiet Impression: Week 6 Edition. [BTSC]

Art Rooney supports Deebo. [Post-Gazette]

Steelers Lounge Podcast No. 10 is LIVE. [Us]

JJ’s o-line analysis is up. Good news for Spaeth, less so for Legursky. [Us]

JJ also introduces “The Roethlisberger Count.” And as I tweeted, this has nothing to do with coeds or public bathrooms. [Us]

Here’s your Random YouTube magic to ease you into the weekend. (And I’ll be honest: I used to LOVE watching Verron Haynes break it down pregame. My all-time favorite was him going nuts before the 2004 Eagles blowout. Maybe the Steelers should hire him to dance before every home game.)

And because you know you want it: Part II.

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  • SteelerBill

    You do realize some of us are trying to work here…..? I cannot stop laughing at the Verron Haynes video…that was classic…

  • Cols714

    Gotta get my prediction in before I listen to the podcast.
    Steelers 27-10

  • Cols714

    Something I noticed last Sunday was Ben’s ability to dump it off to Mendenhall. You almost never saw that with FWP.

    Mendenhall suits this offense much much better.

    • RoB D

      Excellent point. I am still a little stunned at how fast Mendy has developed into a terrific back. I had lowered my expectations considerably for him (must have been the fumbles) and then the proverbial light goes on for him…and PAF! ..He’s one of the best in the league.

      I guess Pouncey’s light is like the sun. That thing just doesn’t have an off switch. Been burning since he was born.

  • Randy Steele

    I miss Verron…

  • http://www.steelerslounge.com/ ryan

    So I mentioned above that my all-time favorite Verron shimmy came prior to the ’04 Eagles game. I was hoping NFL.com would have it in this clip. Alas, no. But it’s still a fun little stroll down memory lane.

    Remember how awesome Farrior was that year? Off the top of my head, I think 2004 was the season Ed Reed stole the NFL Defensive Player of the Year award from him. Other tidbits: look at Hines on the end-around! William Williams with a sack! A Plax sighting! T.O. still sucks! etc…