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 Post subject: Randy Fichtner had lost all confidence
PostPosted: 08 Jan 2020, 03:45 
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Alejandro Villanueva thought he was in the Not For Long league. He was about to turn 27 , had never played a regular-season game and had moved to the offensive line from defensive tackle.So Villanueva, a former Army Ranger with three tours of duty in Afghanistan, enrolled in the Tepper School of Business’ part-time, on-campus MBA program in the fall of 2015. “I never thought I was going to make it in the NFL. The odds in the NFL to make it aren’t very good,” Villanueva said, via Mark Kaboly of TheAthletic.com. “I felt that the reason why I was here was so I could afford to go to business school.”He attended three hours of evening classes at Carnegie Mellon’s Pittsburgh campus twice a week. It took him four years to earn his degree , one more year than most students need, but Villanueva graduated last week with his Master’s.In between, he earned the Steelers’ starting left tackle job, made over $15 million, went to two Pro Bowls and started a family.“It was a little crazy, but it all becomes normalized ,” Villanueva said. “One of the biggest things I learned at West Point was time management. They are always going to put more on your plate than what you can handle.”Now that he doesn’t need a fallback plan, Villanueva has one. He now is considering going to technical school to learn how to build engines. The Pittsburgh Steelers were embarrassed on national television in Week 11 when they lost 21-7 to the Cleveland Browns on Thursday Night Football. There was certainly some injury to insult as the team saw JuJu Smith-Schuster, James Conner, Diontae Johnson, Ola Adeniyi and Artie Burns all leave the game with injuries.Already short-handed, the Steelers stumbled their way through four quarters of play before the brawl with 8 seconds left in the game stole the spotlight from such a horrid performance by Pittsburgh.But not everything was negative. For this , the fine folks at Pro Football Focus produced some instant reactions from the game. Plenty were bad, but there were some bright spots as the Steelers’ record dropped to 5-5 with six games left on the schedule. See what they had to say: Positive marks for Heyward and Dupree are worthy of that distinction, as are the negative marks for both Rudolph and Barron. What might have been dismissed, and understandably so after so much went wrong on Thursday night, was the Steelers’ dismal short-yardage offense. The Steelers failed on multiple 3rd, and 4th , and short situations throughout the game, and it seemed as if offensive coordinator remaining in the running game to the point where he had an empty offensive set in a short yardage situation. Then again, there were so many blunders during the game PFF could have done about three pages of negatives on the Steelers. What were some positives for the Steelers after Week 11, outside of Heyward and Dupree? Can you think of anything? Let us know in the comment section below and be sure to stay tuned to BTSC for the latest news and notes surrounding the black-and-gold as they prepare for the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 12.


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