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10-14-2017, 11:56 AM

Walter Abercrombie.  There's a name from the past.  The pass to stallworth for 79 yards was just amazing.  Even at that point in his career Bradshaw had a gun.  He just like flicked his wrist and hit that long pass.  Saw Abercombrie make one carry.   Man what a bust that was
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10-14-2017, 12:41 PM

He was a good player. Not as good as he could have been but I wouldn't call him a bust, him and Pollard were a good tandem.

The Steelers were still pretty deep depth wise at RB even with the declining Franco.

He was done when a media guy asked him something Noll said and told the media guy "Noll can go fuck himself."
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10-15-2017, 12:40 AM

(10-14-2017, 11:56 AM)Rollers Wrote: Walter Abercrombie.  There's a name from the past.  The pass to stallworth for 79 yards was just amazing.  Even at that point in his career Bradshaw had a gun.  He just like flicked his wrist and hit that long pass.  Saw Abercombrie make one carry.   Man what a bust that was

Yeah, Bradshaw was pretty fantastic. Hard to believe he was playing hurt in that game.
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10-16-2017, 09:43 AM

(10-14-2017, 11:56 AM)Rollers Wrote: Walter Abercrombie.  There's a name from the past.  The pass to stallworth for 79 yards was just amazing.  Even at that point in his career Bradshaw had a gun.  He just like flicked his wrist and hit that long pass.  Saw Abercombrie make one carry.   Man what a bust that was

The OL  during his tenure was not exactly up to the dynasty standard, but I’m not so sure the playbook changed much.
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