Pissed Off Steelers DC Keith Butler Changing Things Up For Ravens Rushing Attack

As you can probably imagine, Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler isn’t happy with the way his unit played in Sunday’s road loss to the Chicago Bears. While the Steelers defense did play well against the Bears passing attack, it was the opposite when it came to that unit attempting to stop Chicago’s running attack and especially when it came to the outside zone stretch play. On Thursday, Butler held his weekly press conference and he wasn’t shy about saying how pissed off he was about what happened at Soldier Field on Sunday.

“Of course, I am,” Butler said when asked if he’s pissed off with what he saw out of his defense on Sunday. “It wasn’t a game that we couldn’t have won. We had so many chances to win that freaking football game and didn’t win. So, I’m pissed about that, I’m pissed off about fundamentally we weren’t sound in what we were doing. I think we’re all working towards getting back to where we were before, where we were all fundamentally sound in terms of making tackles and getting off blocks and stuff like that.”

One glaring issue the Steelers defense had against the Bears was missed tackles and they had more than their fair share of them. Butler was asked Thursday if it seems like those missed tackles come in bunches when they happen.

“I don’t know but they did,” Butler said. “The thing that we always have to do, we’ve kind of always done this, is that we have to take time out to work on it. Try to become better as the week comes along. Sometimes it’s the running backs that you’re playing against, sometimes you take bad angles, depending on what you’re looking at and we did a little bit of both.”

As previously mentioned, the Steelers defense had quite a few issues against the Bears offense when they ran their outside zone stretch plays and with the Baltimore Ravens up next on Sunday, Butler expects their offense try to run some of those same kind of plays.

“They run stretch play outside, they cut it back,” Butler said. “They do a lot of the same things that the Bears are doing so there’s not much difference there. They have good running backs and you know they’re going to try and run the football on us. They’re going to try and protect their quarterback. Try to make it a short game and beat us over there and play good defense. That’s their recipe for trying to beat us and our recipe is to try and beat them with the same thing. We have to stop the run, get them in passing situations, get pressure on the quarterback. Try to create turnovers or create sacks and win the football game. It’s going to be a tight game. It always is.”

While the Ravens are almost assuredly going to try to run the outside zone Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium against the Steelers defense, Butler said Thursday he’s making corrections in hopes of being able to shut those runs down this weekend.

“We’re not going to give similar looks with what we did,” Butler said. “We’re going to change up things, too. We’re not going to sit in the same thing as last week that’s for sure. We’re going to try to collect some of this stuff so we’ll see what happens when we get out there.”


  • kev4heels

    Butler is probably not as pissed as the defense is gor putting them in two high with 13 personnel on the field. Or continuing to run fire/x when the bears were exclusively running outside zone. Not that I’m bitter… 😉

  • Edjhjr

    Ya well , I’ve been saying for 15-20 years, for these guys the preseason lasts 3-4 games into the season

  • Paul Rainey

    Maybe they can spend a lot more time on what they want to do during the national anthem as they botched that as bad as they did their game plan. Out coached, out played and for the first time in over 70 years rooting for them “OUT CLASSED”

  • Michael Mosgrove

    oh god shut up.

  • Paul Rainey

    Now even the fans have no class.

  • Michael Mosgrove

    i’m not the one whining about “dumblin” and “no class for last 4 days” steelers did nothing to be sorry about neither did al. wipe the sand out of your vag and be quiet or get out.

  • Darth Blount 47

    Hey now, Michael… Paul is totally entitled to his opinions. Even if they are misguided (out-coached) debatable (out-played) and asinine (out-classed).

  • Weaser3655

    Defense aint been bad! Is it just me or are the steelers better in “hurry up” “2 minute” offense? Why dont they do it more?

  • walter

    Dark sunglasses indoors?

  • capehouse

    Look closely into those glasses.

  • AndyR34

    Look in the mirror

  • John Noh

    They lost to THIS Bears team?? 😡😡😡

  • AndyR34

    Haley & Tomlin lose control.

  • Kevin Artis

    I know right. It’s like reliving the misery over again.

  • JohnB

    Hmm..you think Butler reads the Depot?

  • Wil Masisak

    Hey Keith, thanks for closing that barn door!

  • SeventhHeavan

    I’m sure the Bears wish they can play the Steelers every week.

  • kdubs412

    Who let Grandpa use the iPad again

  • srdan


  • Bartley Walter

    Lol…do u believe that guy..where do they find these people at????.

  • alevin16

    I’ve said it before, every cr*ppy team treats the Steelers like their own Super Bowl and the next week get pummeled by whoever they play. Yes the Packers are a very good team but I checked in and the Bears look beyond bad. I really hope Tomlin demanded each player watch that game.

  • Steelers12

    Thank U, people need to see we all human and there is a great life to live if we all treat others the way we want to be treated. That goes for all genders n races

  • Michael Conrad

    Man the Bears stink but they can run the ball . To me they should let the rookie QB play.

    Waste a whole year were he could get playing time to let a guy who stinks play.

  • Michael Mosgrove

    this fan base is tiring as hell at times. i was attacked on the fb page for the steelers because i pointed out people that burn their gear are idiots and dont understand what a sunk cost is. i’m super critical of this team at times, but jesus some of the people need high fived, in the face, with a shovel.

  • John A Stewart


  • John A Stewart

    Shut up shutting up

  • John A Stewart

    Because the Steelers are like the Yankees teams get up for Champions.

  • nutty32

    Hmmmm. Packers stacking the box, forcing Glendon to throw. It’s just so obvious it might just work.

  • nutty32

    Very functional D too. Think they’re going to wait until they get realistically eliminated before putting the kid in there.

  • John A Stewart

    I really wish the Steelers wasn’t so loyal to the coaching staff because Butler seems like he has no clue .I would really love the Steelers to look at Pepper Johnson .

  • Paul Rainey

    I have said all along that Al is the only one who can hold his head high. I guess you don’t want to face the problems, you just want to comment with crudeness. With that I am out of this conversation.

  • Paul Rainey

    Sorry to hear that you think my opinions are misguided as I consider you a real voice of reason and knowledgeable in your posts. Like to hear how it is misguided to believe they were out played and out coached.

  • Darth Blount 47

    I appreciate the compliment. I tried to separate out your 3 contentions, so that each would be given a corresponding 1-word response. I think saying we were outplayed is certainly debatable. When a team throws 1 pass to a WR and then wins, I’m not sure I would generally characterize them as having outplayed the other team. And I also don’t believe they should have been given a chance at halftime to tack on more points while we were in the locker room already. Tomlin stated that an official told him that the half was over. Done. Finito. Without our sloppy play and some VERY questionable calls and non-calls, when everything is taken in totality, I don’t consider us being out-played. However, it is debatable.

    I didn’t see that much in the game-planning, when stacking that plan up against the John Fox one, to say that the reason we lost the game, was because we were out-coached. I understand that others feel that way, but even though I wasn’t in love with Haley’s play-calls for example, I don’t think run, run, run, run, run, run, run, is very creative either. If the Pittsburgh Steelers come and just simply and ONLY tackle people in that game, we win by 2TD’s or more. So I believe it is misguided to think that coaching was a major concern. I wasn’t calling ALL of your opinions misguided. Just the coaching part.

    Lastly, the class argument is just not an easy one to make. Out of the 32 teams in the NFL, I can’t think of a classier organization or family, than the Rooneys or the Steelers. As was pointed out by Tomlin, though some people had some suddenly strong reactions this week, there was a reason why prior, when over half the teams in the NFL HAD players willing to protest, there wasn’t a single one in Pittsburgh. And beyond that, I can name a litany of ways in which the Steelers have proven themselves to be worthy of being exulted. The Bears did nothing this week that shone a negative light on Pittsburgh as though they had the moral high-ground. And as you yourself astutely noted…. it has been 70 years for you now cheering for the Steelers, and this was the FIRST time that you felt they were out-classed. That sure is a lot of games over a lot of years where one would think the Steelers would have earned the right by you to be given the benefit of the doubt. But I guess not.

    And as I honestly stated however, you are definitely entitled to your opinions and I enjoy reading all of the differing perspectives around here. Variety is certainly the spice of life!

  • Roberto Vaquero Bazán

    Are they ever in control?, Do they know What they are doing?

  • Roberto Vaquero Bazán

    You can always count with Tomlin!

  • NinjaMountie

    113-64 with a SB win and another appearance.
    10 years coaching (on his 11th) and he has seven 10+ win seasons and ZERO losing seasons.
    Yes, I think Tomlin knows what he is doing.

  • Roberto Vaquero Bazán

    A true wonder!

  • NinjaMountie

    We’re all aware that you can do better. Don’t worry.

  • Bradshaw

    Out coached = yes (the score is evidence enough, should the Steelers talent lose to Bears talent?, there are certain coaches that have the Steelers’ number and Fox is one, IMO), Out-played (see score again, blocked FG for near TD, 200+ rush yards… it used to be the Steelers wouldn’t allow 100 yard rusher), Out-classed (only a true homer wouldn’t think the Steelers players fumbled the anthem decision, outright fumble)

  • Hec

    Maybe Keith Butler need to watch the Bucs v Bears and Packers v Bears games to see what are our defense could have done better to win that game we lost!

  • Didi makes me Euphorius (J.C.)

    Whaddaya know? The Bears do suck and their running game ain’t really that special! Who’d have thought?

  • Michael Mosgrove

    Yes as a purple heart veteran I know nothing of dealing with issues you are sooooo right.

    As someone who has done volunteer work in low income areas for the last ten years I know nothing. You are sooooo right.

    As someone who had lived in 2 countries, 4 states and 9 cities, i kmow nothing. You are soooo right.

    Gtfo troll. I read your comment history. Your whining isn’t needed.

  • Darth Blount 47

    Do coaches make tackles now? Do coaches drop passes? Do coaches fumble punts? Do coaches let people cause your QB to get hit and fumble? Do coaches allow kicks to be blocked and returned? Do coaches not fall on easy fumble recoveries? Do coaches drop in-your-hands interceptions?

    Out-played, again, debatable.

    Out-classed? Pssshhh. I believe I did say they “fumbled” the Anthem. But that had NOTHING to do with “class” or the thought/plan. ONLY the execution of said plan. And only a true hater would think otherwise.

  • John Pennington

    Steelers need to go in a different direction at the DC position. Butler just not getting it done and the tackling has been bad for years and not getting any better and no one is being put on the bench for poor play. I just think the steelers can do better at that position.

  • Matt Manzo

    I loved Pepper Johnson as a player!

  • Hec

    Green Bay Packers 35 Chicago Bears 14

  • John A Stewart

    I truly believe Butler is lazy in all era’s we were a good tackling team not now. Nobody wants to hit and wrap and its more arm tackling don’t these guys get call out in the film room .

  • Reggie Cunningham

    i agree. We need a new Dc. Dick defense looked better than Butler. We need a young minded Dc and Oc.

  • Steve Johnson

    That entire team just looked pathetic last Sunday. I hope they keep their mouth shut about scoring 30 points a game. Shazier needs to shut up! Running his mouth about how much better they are.


    Fire this clown and toomlin.

    these idiots always fail to adjust during the game

  • Gautama Om

    And because you are a vet (ok decorated vet) you know better?

    I’m a vet and I will disagree with you.

    The same with Villanueva, who disagreed with how the Steelers handled the anthem.

    By the way don’t even bother going into someone’s posting history if you’ve locked others out of yours hypocrite.

    Oh and Get off your your high horse! , Mr. Righteous Veteran.

  • Jeff McNeill

    Wow, you said something I agree with.

  • Jeff McNeill

    You are correct some fans have no class.

  • Gautama Om

    You can plug in another decent HC and you’ll have pretty much the same or possibly even better. It’s the Steelers MO that is the reason for our success.

    Yes yes I know Tomlin is the best and we could not do better than this but anything is possible , even possibly finding a better HC…well unless your in the homer group that thinks Tomlin is the best period.

    Again, Steelers win because of our MO, starting from the owner to the GM and then to the HC…it all starts with the Steelers values which includes teamwork.

  • Gautama Om

    That is also a reflection of our X’s and O’s defensive oriented HC Tomlin. If Butler is terrible, then Tomlin is worse because he has no clue in guiding the DC into a capable DC as you say.

  • Gautama Om

    How about Tomlin do a better job of game planning and motivating his players…oh right the players should motivate themselves which is why HC’s are not needed to motivate and game plan right?

    The final blame is on the Steelers coaches for not preparing this team to win, period.

  • Besd1

    He definitely doesn’t know what he’s doing, because guy on the internet said he doesn’t. You can keep all your fancy facts and figures, because guy on the internet always knows best.

  • Michael Mosgrove

    i’m probably farthest from a hypocrite as you will ever speak to. i make mistakes. i accept my strengths and i accept my faults. my status as a vet and the other things i mentioned are to show that i have first hand knowledge and experience in all areas of this debate. i have seen it, i have lived it. that is the reason i brought it up. not to grand stand. not to show boat. but because i actually know what is happening.

    but this isnt about me.

    it’s about the fact that the steelers didnt disrespect anyone. big al took it upon himself to fall on the sword as it were. necessary or not. the steelers had agreed in their saturday night meeting that they would as a team stay off the field in the tunnel.

    al didnt disagree with what the steelers did, he said and i quote ” i asked ben if there was a way to define where to stand and if i could watch from the tunnel. ” extrapolating ben said the captains would be right behind him as the plan as the grouping had changed on the fly.

    al went out earlier than the team. with permission from the coach to stand with the captains, ben and cam. they along with the rest of the team proceeded to travel down the tunnel and got caught in a cluster****. they were about 20 feet behind al when they heard the anthem start and didnt want to move while it was already playing. which is why there was a gap. al conferred with ben and cam’s story that they thought it would be a bad idea to both leave al by himself and bad to move during the anthem so they picked to stand still. THIS is what ben said during his interview what he regets. not going further to al.

    both were bad choices and they were going to be wrong either way.

    al then stated that only leadership knew. i.e. tomlin ben and cam. probably art as well.

    no one in their right mind would elect to have the team leave a single player out front. especially not at soldier field, especially not with al being former army.

    THAT is why he apologized.

    Being that the team was still together APART from a snafu in which they were separated involuntary and had to make a difficult choice.

    the “disrespect” stated by tom, dick and jane is unwarranted. i’m not going to tell anyone how to feel, but at the same time, if there is no intent, if there is no motive to intentionally insult, then it has no basis.

    as for me having my profile locked it is because i deal with many different websites that use the interface and most of them are outside football. on a football blog what i use on non football sites is irrelevant to the conversation. if you want a track record of what i say, just find an article and look in the comments. i’m on the majority of them in some way.

    if you a question, ask. i dont shy away from anything.

  • Ichabod

    I wonder if Haley is pissed???

  • jaison jaitley

    answer me this why are we in shotgun every time at the three yard line ? if u want to pass at least disguise your gonna run….we got nix and pouncey and the 16 million dollar kid run that shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit 4 times and call it a day…

  • jaison jaitley

    did i hear u say cowher

  • jsteeler

    As a veteran, I am dissapointed in the thoughts of the commenters on this page.

  • Rick McClelland

    Ya, hard to believe. Ravens get their ass handed to them in London and I’m betting they have their best game of the year against the Steelers. Tomlin probably took the whole team out for arcade fun and ice cream after practice this week, rather than working on tackling.

  • will

    What does Sunk cost have to do with expressing one’s feelings by burning gear?
    And leave Jesus out of your rant…….

  • Michael Mosgrove

    Everything. Many ex fans burning their gear because they believe it will be an influence of actions on NFL. Because the NFL has already profited from purchase, they no longer care what you do with the gear. This the sunk cost of the purchase being that you’ve already paid for an item of value. By destroying that item you are merely lowering the value of your total liabilities aka your property.they could have easily donated or given away said merch.

  • will

    Go back and look at Alex Kozora’s breakdown of Coach Butt’s defensive alignment “play calls” and tell us that he was not out coached.

  • will

    They find them in middle school English class.

  • will


  • will

    Michael, You appear to be only focusing on the financial aspect of this discussion. That fan is hoping that by publicizing the burning that the NFL might change future actions. All of the negative publicity (burning gear included) regarding the Steelers fumbling the anthem choreographics appeared to prod Rooney II to write that open letter to the fans. I believe that most fans believe that they are not financially impacting the NFL by destroying gear.

  • Darth Blount 47

    I see your Alex K. and raise you a Josh Carney. Go back and look at his “Missed Tackles Report” and tell me that even WITH the Steeler Defensive alignments, we wouldn’t have won that game if the Steelers only didn’t forget how to tackle people. Which is wholly on players and not coaches.

    To be “out-coached,” it isn’t about only what you called, but what the OPPOSING team was calling, in order to say that the other coaches were”out-coaching” you. There is no such thing, contrary to popular belief, that you simply “out-coach yourself.” And I don’t know about you, but I saw NOTHING special or particularly effective coming from the Bears sidelines, that would have prevented us from normally/usually, winning that game pretty handily.

  • razaard2

    Yeah run defense was ugly, but the D did shut the bears the entire second half, and the overtime campaign was marked by blatantly holding calls on haden and burns that could have changed the result of that drive…
    Again, not saying the run d was pretty, but the 220 yards number would be 74 yards shorter had the game not gone to overtime.
    I believe the other phases of the game were much worse. Special teams gave up as many scores as the D, and the offense was really, really terrible

  • NinjaMountie

    Difference being that I’ve never claimed that Tonkin is the greatest HC. I just don’t take every opportunity to bash him that comes around. Could we get a better HC? Probably. However, I’d say that it’s more likely we wouldn’t. He’s in the top tier of coaches with BB being in a tier all his own.

  • SilverSteel

    Not that I agree with a lot of this vitriol but – You think we out coached AND out played the Bears? I must be missing something 🤔

    The guy was 66% correct. We were out coached and out played. Kinda thought that was obvious Darth.

  • SilverSteel

    There really is no question. I think we all know that we were handed our hat concerning coaching, playing with passion, being prepared, having a good scheme, making adjustments, maximizing our talent etc… why is this a question? Our standards as fans have officially bottomed out. So much for objectivity.

  • Darth Blount 47

    Not to me. I saw no coaching from the Bears that intimates that we were “out-coached.” I think the reason we lost the game was because of the players. So does that automatically means we were”out-played?” Well, Not at the QB level. At the RB level? Yes. At the WR level? Nope. We won that too. Run Defense? Yep. But Pass Defense? Nope. Special Teams? Well, we did have a kick blocked. Buuuut… then we chased their guy down and made him pay for show-boating. So that’s why I said it was certainly “debatable” as to what being “out-played” really means. Both teams 3/4 in the Kicking game. Both teams with 2 turnovers. I think it is pretty lazy to just always assume that the team who wins the game, automatically “out-played” the other. I’m not saying we weren’t, just that it’s debatable.

  • #beatthepats

    The film break down by Alex was telling, not in a position to stop the run, not coached well enough to adjust to a te shift.

  • Mark Cole

    I have zero faith in our coaching staff. Butler is pissed off at the players maybe he needs to look in the mirror. I’m pissed at him for not having his defense ready to play a team that only has one option to run the ball. If his defense can’t stop the run knowing that it’s coming imagine what’s coming against better offenses.

  • SilverSteel

    Cool. Good debate today. Have a great weekend. I turn 50 today. Not sure whether to be happy or depressed 😕

  • dennisdoubleday

    Not to mention that they’ll have to go buy a new one after they get over their public tantrum.

  • StrengthOfVictory

    The Steelers are pissed going into Ravens week? Good. The best way to be, really.

    Trust me, I’m the first to be upset about losing to the hapless Bears last week. BUT…remember that we all bemoaned the fact that the Steelers’ schedule this season started with three out of the first four games on the road. THREE OUT OF FOUR! That’s brutal for any team, no matter who the opponents are. So, if the Steelers can get a win in Baltimore, a 3-1 record won’t look so bad, considering.

  • dennisdoubleday

    You do realized that playing with good fundamentals is part of being well-coached?

  • dennisdoubleday

    I wish we had Dom Capers back.

  • FATCAT716

    Just would like to know what would you have done for the anthem?

  • Randy


  • Soopakatt

    A Hot Shovel at That!! 😂

  • Zarbor

    Exactly. But you forgot that he did all of that against Mike Glennon…..Like that guys is a threat passing the ball and the second coming of Tom Shady. We need someone on this defense like Farrior or Foote who wasn’t afraid to disagree with his defensive coach….respecfully

  • Xclewsive

    Butler should be even more upset after the Bears game last night. SMH

  • Jeff Burton

    If Butler wants to be pissed about something he needs to look in the
    mirror. It’s his gutless play calling and vanilla defensive packages
    that has robbed the Steelers of their identity. That and his REFUSAL to
    play James Harrison.

  • Steel Realist PAul

    Why do I have the feeling this is going to be an issue all year?

  • Alex K

    This mess was more about coaching than anything the players did. Butler should go scream at himself in a mirror.

  • hojo

    I hope this is not his “unleash hell” moment.

  • Shane Mitchell

    I would start with reduced playing time for Artie Burns and Sean Davis and by reduced I mean replaced as starters for a game, send a message to these players that if they can’t tackle, can’t get off blocks and can’t make reads their ass will be on the bench, too much coddling and handing out starting positions by Tomlin to his personal draft selections at the expense of the team. We cant afford this BS of developing players on the field when every game must be approached as a must win if we want to win a superbowl this season, Will Gay at outside CB and JJ Wilcox at SS and the run defense is much improved.

    At the very least I would be replacing Burns on running downs with Will Gay, and Sean Davis would only play if we are running a prevent defense or Cover-2 zone, he isnt a SS

  • Ed Smith

    Ummm, do the math. 220-74=146 yds rushing in regulation. Embarrassing BEFORE overtime. OT was not the whole issue.

  • Conserv_58

    I find appalling that we are talking about grown men whom by the time they become pros should not have to be taught the fundamentals of tackling. They should have had that imprinted in their minds and muscle memory by the time they enter the draft. I find it to be more a testiment to how poor the coaching is at the high school and college level.

  • Conserv_58

    Your comment is the antithesis of what used to be standard operating procedure just a few short years ago. Cowher and Coach LeBeau were not in favor of starting rookies for the very reason why we’re seeing Artie and Sean struggle to develop as qickly as is expected of them. There certainly are exceptions, but the pressure to get rookies ready and on the field is wreaking havoc with coaching staffs simply because not all rookie are created equal, despite their draft status.

  • dennisdoubleday

    So….you’re questioning the Steelers’ talent evaluation, not their coaching?

  • John A Stewart

    I really think Tomlin didn’t want him it was the Rooney`s because of his connection with Lebeau.

  • razaard2

    Bad? Yeah. Embarrassing? Not really. Their total offense was limited and scoring happened mostly on special teams gaffes.
    St were embarrassing. Offense were embarrassing. Overtime holding no calssificado were embarrassing

  • Shane Mitchell

    I recall something Tony Dungy said in a defensive coaching seminar he gave when he was still the defensive coordinator for the Steelers, natural football instincts is what separates a great player from average in the NFL, and it is very hard to coach instincts into a player, its possible but he said it takes years and years to do it and very rarely does he keep players that long to try to develop it into them, there is no time for it in the NFL. He said the Steelers would cut many players that could run 4.3 and jump over tall buildings in a single bound but lacked football instincts every training camp. The problem is when you invest a top pick in one of these players and force them in the starting lineup.

    This season might be our last chance with a legitimate shot at winning another superbowl, and I dont think that happens if we dont win home field advantage throughout the playoffs. There is a time for accepting some weaknesses because we are trying to develop some players, that time is not the present.

  • Darth Blount 47

    That had never crossed my mind. But I suppose that may be because we held both Cleveland AND Minnesota to under 100 yards rushing AND under 190 yards passing, so maybe I assumed that “fundamentals” were already decently ingrained in a team that has professionals and veterans, littering their ranks.

    Your contention seems to be that they in fact suddenly forgot how to play defensive football and tackle. My contention is that coaches can only do so much pre-game, and that much of the onus must fall where it should when a horrendous tackling performance occurs, and a team wins after only throwing for 84 net passing yards. Yes, that’s right, 84.

  • Darth Blount 47

    Happy birthday, Silver! Honestly my brother/sister, if you woke up today, you are supremely blessed. I do hope you have a wonderful weekend and that the Steelers can cap it all off with a nice and easy beating of the Ravens for ya. 50 is a wonderful milestone. Plenty of years gone by to instill mass amounts of wisdom. And plenty of years ahead, to be able to put that wisdom to its perfect use!

  • will

    Just commenting on that Coach Butts was out coached………..again!

  • Roberto Vaquero Bazán

    Uff thanks, I was too worried, but no I can’t do better, but I am not a Coach.
    For me is like all The players that were someone until they Left The Steelers, in The minute he would leave, he would vanish in The air.
    If he ever gracefully leave The Steelers!

  • SilverSteel

    Thanks Darth!

  • SkoolHouseRoxx

    Every year breathing is a blessing my friend! You get better with age!

  • will

    If nothing from the Bears sidelines was met with what Alex showed us from Coach Butts……….then Coach Butts it worse than I thought. Incompetent and out coached. Nothing > Coach Butts

  • SilverSteel

    Thnx SHR!