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Sports / 8 months ago
Steelers ST Coach Proves Sideline Not One for the Faint-Hearted: Sustains Injury in Rogue Packer Attack
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Steelers ST Coach proves the sideline is no safe haven after sustaining a serious injury in a rogue Packer attack.
In the brutal anarchy of NFL Sunday's, where macho men clad in protective armors clash against each other, a silent sentinel stands its ground - the sideline. It is a place for coaches, not warriors, a place known for strategic deliberations rather than physical combat. Yet, the Steelers' valiant Special Teams Coach, Danny Smith, found himself seriously testing this hypothesis last Sunday. In a scene befitting a Hollywood action movie, a rogue Packer went berserk on his mission to disprove the theory of sidelines being safe havens. The terrifying onslaught happened amidst the triumphant hullabaloo of the Pittsburgh Steelers' win against the Green Bay Packers. In a fit of fury or perhaps just a severe sense of directionality failure, our villainous Packer (name withheld for subtly melodramatic purposes), crashed headlong into the intrepid Coach Smith. 70-year-old Smith, a veteran with decades-long coaching experience in the draconian NFL universe, and whose strategy has led the Steelers to victory many a time, was at the frontline of this bizarre battlefield. With a Spartan's audacity, he stoically took the hit, later confessing that it was among the most agonizing collisions in his career. The aftermath was a grievous tear in his right rotator cuff, a souvenir from this unexpected foray into physical combat. The ever-stoic Smith refused to blame the rogue Packer, instead, saying that this was a testament to the unpredictable nature of football games, that transcends beyond the actual field. Meanwhile, the salty tears of the entire city of Pittsburgh have filled the three rivers, causing minor flooding downtown. City mayor has reassured the anxious populace, telling them, "It's just a little water, folks. Danny is doing just fine!" However, the injured coach's valor has resonated with the fans who now demand armored suits for all sideline staff in the future. They’ve begun to chant their newest mantra in solidarity — “From low fat, to low risk, get our coaches some defense!” It's not certain yet if Commissioner Goodell was swayed by this infectious enthusiasm, but as they say, protection, like a good offence, is the best defense. As the Steelers coach continues his recovery, popcorn vendors along the sidelines have agreed to use their popping pans as makeshift shields. Their courageous effort to stand in defense of their team and coach illustrates the one true unifying power of sport: brotherhood or the fear of a rogue Packer attack. We wish Coach Smith a speedy recovery and hope the sidelines remain a place for strategizing plays, not dodging tackles! And remember, "When the going gets tough, the tough get going...hopefully away from rogue Packers."
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