My Crusade Against The CTEelers Is Catching On


CTEelers fans are losing their minds. They’ve been running their mouths about Vontaze Burfict for a couple years now, making themselves out to be the guardians of fair play in the NFL while their players have been lowering the crown of their helmets to deliver personal fouls without being called out by the national media.

The buck stops here. It won’t happen again. The fire is starting. My crusade to bring down the CTEelers for their disgusting play — handing out CTE shots to opponents and themselves — has just started and CTEelers fans aren’t enjoying it now that there’s one man, one website that will be the voice for the rest of the NFL.

We will not stand for this:

Let's post it again since Steelers fan deleted … I'm sure Steelers fans are defending Ryan Shazier for this cheap shot

— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) September 10, 2017

We will not stand for this…even though Wilcox is now the CTE recipient:

And another personal foul from a Steelers player. JJ Wilcox out here giving himself CTE

— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) September 10, 2017

And it appears the national media is catching on to this crusade. NFL guru — he appears on ESPN from his mom’s pantry, he must be important — is now saying the Shazier spear to DeShone Kizer is a “suspension-worthy” cheap shot.

My crusade is growing! This brings a tear to my eye.

It wasn't, he hit a receiver in the chest at LOS, Shazier is arrowing his helmet down on a QB who had long given himself up.

— Cian Fahey (@Cianaf) September 13, 2017

It’s not just the media who seems to be catching on. Mike Tomlin clearly knows his team is being watched like a hawk. He reads Twitter. He hears the drumbeat. Mike knows.

Ryan Shazier thought Kizer slid late when he hit Browns QB and drew a penalty. Tomlin: "Ryan thought wrong"

— Ed Bouchette (@EdBouchette) September 12, 2017

Pittsburgh media legend Ed Bouchette is joining the CTEelers crusade…he knows what’s coming…once you get the reputation as the CTEelers, it’s hard to shake it:

The numbers don’t lie for the CTEelers. Ed paints a picture as to what’s been going on, but the national media has let this slide because it’s the Steelers and it’s not good for business. Not BC. Not me. I have 31 fanbases behind me on this. Goodell’s phone will be LIT AF over this:

Gay’s was one of four unnecessary roughness penalties called against the Steelers defense in the opener. That not only leads the league, it follows a recent trend by the Steelers for roughing penalties assessed against them.

Last season, they were tied with Baltimore for 11 unnecessary roughness penalties. In 2015, they tied for fourth with 11, and in 2014 they tied for seventh with eight. They have not been out of the top 10 since 2012 when they had only two all season — half as many as they had in this year’s opener.

We won’t let this continue. Join the crusade! Let your voice be heard. Use #CTEelers on social. Let’s join together.

You know what they say, birds of a feather….JJ Wilcox joining the club. Launches to head/neck, uses his crown…classic "tone setting"

— Codiki (@codiki) September 11, 2017

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