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Go_Cats
02-06-2006, 09:14 AM
Congrats to Steelers fans, but Big Ben's 9/21 for 123 yards, ZERO TDs and 2 INTs has to rank with the worst performances of a Super Bowl winning QB.

Ben played a very shakey game. He looked tentative and his passes weren't sharp like they had been leading up to the Super Bowl. Not sure why that is, but he didn't play well at all.

He made a few mistakes and a lot of bad throws, and he made a couple nice plays.

He's still a Super Bowl winning QB, and he's a HUGE reason they got there in the first place.

Nice job by Ben tho, handing off the football and all, it still stand seems like he chokes in big games.

BlitzburghRockCity
02-06-2006, 09:25 AM
Credit seattles defense..they came toplay and really gave our offense fits for most of the first half. Ben looked tentative when seattle dropped those 3 guys back into coverage and just basically dared him to throw it. I felt we ran way too much on first down setting us up in 3rd and long like we werent used to do doing.

It wasnt until we got some decent field position that we started to take advantage of them some .

Ambridge
02-06-2006, 10:08 AM
Nice job by Ben tho, handing off the football and all, it still stand seems like he chokes in big games.


Yeah!! I guess the expectations were way too high for a second year QB in his first Superbowl.:rolleyes:

83-Steelers-43
02-06-2006, 10:17 AM
So the kid had a bad game in his first Super Bowl at the age of 23. Big deal? Just proves this team can still win when their QB is having an off-day......in the Super Bowl nonetheless.

bmovierat
02-06-2006, 10:24 AM
If anything, I think it's a tribute to the steelers as a team. Ben threw some very questionable passes and wasnt able to do much of anything, but he didn't need to win it for us. The defense, Hines Ward and Willie Parker stepped up and had great games. Imagine how things would have turned out if Ben actually had a good game.

TexaSteeler
02-06-2006, 10:33 AM
Nice job by Ben tho, handing off the football and all, it still stand seems like he chokes in big games.

He did scramble, stay on behind the line to complete a 3rd and 28. Run for a TD, run for a late first down, hit Ward in the hands in the end zone. He played poorly but would not call it a choke.

hardwork
02-06-2006, 10:39 AM
Imagine how things would have turned out if Ben actually had a good game.

Yeah, imagine how things would have turned out if the Hawks never came onto the field.

83-Steelers-43
02-06-2006, 10:44 AM
Yeah, imagine if we won the Super Bowl...oh wait...........n/m.

Really don't care how we played. All that matters is the final score. WOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

clevestinks
02-06-2006, 10:46 AM
Fat Cat you jealous???? If it weren`t for Ben, we owuldn`t have been there!

He is a winner, BOTTOM LINE!

He kicked your asses!

SalukiSteelers
02-06-2006, 12:43 PM
If scoring a rushing TD, picking up a block that helped ARE complete that pass to Hines, and getting a first down that basically put the game away, and, oh yeah, converting a 4th and 28 off a scramble, and winning a Super Bowl with a 27-4 career record is choking....I'll take it. Oh yeah, how's Carson's leg? Hopefully he kept it elevated while he was watching his daddies with the Super Bowl.

BlacknGold Bleeder
02-06-2006, 12:49 PM
Congrats to Steelers fans, but Big Ben's 9/21 for 123 yards, ZERO TDs and 2 INTs has to rank with the worst performances of a Super Bowl winning QB.

Ben played a very shakey game. He looked tentative and his passes weren't sharp like they had been leading up to the Super Bowl. Not sure why that is, but he didn't play well at all.

He made a few mistakes and a lot of bad throws, and he made a couple nice plays.

He's still a Super Bowl winning QB, and he's a HUGE reason they got there in the first place.

Nice job by Ben tho, handing off the football and all, it still stand seems like he chokes in big games.

Did he choke in Cincy,Indy, Denver?? No player is great every game that's why it's a team sport.

SteelerzGirl
02-06-2006, 02:09 PM
Nice job by Ben tho, handing off the football and all, it still stand seems like he chokes in big games.

So... How's Palmer and Kitna doing these days?

83-Steelers-43
02-06-2006, 02:20 PM
It amazes me that anybody can bust on Ben Roethlisberger. I don't care If you hate the kid or the Steelers in general. It's pure stupidity, mixed with a good amount of jealousy.

Twenty-three years old and won a Super Bowl. That's all there is to say about this topic. I'm not even going to bother going into how he got his team to the Super Bowl. You can watch that on ESPN for years to come. Enjoy!!!!

SteelCityPride
02-06-2006, 02:23 PM
you're right, I love it. I guess it's the same way ppl were bustin on Brady. Is there a such thing as a Junior Jinx? I guess everyone will be bringing that up next year. Ben is molding into a great quarterback. The people who are busting on him obviously never watched a game. his pocket presence is amazing, the way he moves around in the pocket to avoid defenders. His abilities to make plays, make plays on the run, and run the ball himself only help him become an amzing qb. Wait 15-20 yrs from now people will be admiring him and then I would love to come up to all the people who doubt him and just point in their faces and laugh at them.

augustashark
02-06-2006, 05:26 PM
Congrats to Steelers fans, but Big Ben's 9/21 for 123 yards, ZERO TDs and 2 INTs has to rank with the worst performances of a Super Bowl winning QB.

Ben played a very shakey game. He looked tentative and his passes weren't sharp like they had been leading up to the Super Bowl. Not sure why that is, but he didn't play well at all.

He made a few mistakes and a lot of bad throws, and he made a couple nice plays.

He's still a Super Bowl winning QB, and he's a HUGE reason they got there in the first place.

Nice job by Ben tho, handing off the football and all, it still stand seems like he chokes in big games.


Very disapointing year for ya cats, usc gets their asses handed to them and the mighty bengals go down to the great Steelers!!!!

You bitter SOB! Shape up or you'll get a swift kick in the ass!

3 to be 4
02-06-2006, 05:40 PM
If scoring a rushing TD, picking up a block that helped ARE complete that pass to Hines, and getting a first down that basically put the game away, and, oh yeah, converting a 4th and 28 off a scramble, and winning a Super Bowl with a 27-4 career record is choking....I'll take it. Oh yeah, how's Carson's leg? Hopefully he kept it elevated while he was watching his daddies with the Super Bowl.


hahaha :sofunny:

BlitzburghRockCity
02-06-2006, 05:50 PM
Face it doubters. Ben is the best young QB to ever hit the NFL in his first 2 years in the league, he's got more NFL records already than I feel like posting up right now but u know what they are..

and yes if Ben was not our QB we wouldnt have been able to win, period. He made the plays when he had too.

bigbensgirl7
02-06-2006, 06:29 PM
Ben, Ben, Ben...quit being such a hater...everyone can have a bad game from time to time...but what makes a good team is a team that overcomes their qb having a bad game. The Steelers did it, but Ben also made some good plays in big situtations. He got us there, and he deserves it as much as anyone else does.

Milkman
02-06-2006, 08:11 PM
Congrats to Steelers fans, but Big Ben's 9/21 for 123 yards, ZERO TDs and 2 INTs has to rank with the worst performances of a Super Bowl winning QB.

Ben played a very shakey game. He looked tentative and his passes weren't sharp like they had been leading up to the Super Bowl. Not sure why that is, but he didn't play well at all.

He made a few mistakes and a lot of bad throws, and he made a couple nice plays.

He's still a Super Bowl winning QB, and he's a HUGE reason they got there in the first place.

Nice job by Ben tho, handing off the football and all, it still stand seems like he chokes in big games.

Let's not forget that football is a "team" sport. One guy can't win it alone...JACKASS!

CantStop85
02-08-2006, 11:39 PM
Face it doubters. Ben is the best young QB to ever hit the NFL in his first 2 years in the league
That's debateable...but I'm tired and really don't feel like saying any more lol

Ben will be a great QB...the greatest of all-time? No. Will he be the greatest among current active QB's? No. Will he finish with multiple superbowl titles? Probably.

Take what you want from it. Had Ben been playing for another team in the superbowl, his team would have most likely lost, but the Steelers have good enough personnel to carry Ben on their shoulders when need be.

BIGBENFASTWILLIE
02-08-2006, 11:40 PM
all i know is the steelers finally have a Quarterback for the future

Koopa
02-08-2006, 11:59 PM
Congrats to Steelers fans, but Big Ben's 9/21 for 123 yards, ZERO TDs and 2 INTs has to rank with the worst performances of a Super Bowl winning QB.

Ben played a very shakey game. He looked tentative and his passes weren't sharp like they had been leading up to the Super Bowl. Not sure why that is, but he didn't play well at all.

He made a few mistakes and a lot of bad throws, and he made a couple nice plays.

He's still a Super Bowl winning QB, and he's a HUGE reason they got there in the first place.

Nice job by Ben tho, handing off the football and all, it still stand seems like he chokes in big games.


yeah cause we all know the colts wasn't a big game, we all know the broncos wasn't a big game :rolleyes:. stfu fool, he made plays when they mattered, don't be made cause ya'll ain't ever gonna win a superbowl

R2sojr
02-09-2006, 12:09 AM
Congrats to Steelers fans, but Big Ben's 9/21 for 123 yards, ZERO TDs and 2 INTs has to rank with the worst performances of a Super Bowl winning QB.

Ben played a very shakey game. He looked tentative and his passes weren't sharp like they had been leading up to the Super Bowl. Not sure why that is, but he didn't play well at all.

He made a few mistakes and a lot of bad throws, and he made a couple nice plays.

He's still a Super Bowl winning QB, and he's a HUGE reason they got there in the first place.

Nice job by Ben tho, handing off the football and all, it still stand seems like he chokes in big games.

ha ha...screw you and kiss our 5th ring...AND LAST TIME I CHECK FOOTBALL WAS A TEAM GAME...im sick of ppl tryin to tarnish our win...we won dont hate and get overit...and who cares what else ppl think all that matters is that the players and fans are happy...and i hopr someone shots mike fatman holemgren with a ptotao gun...wait that would be useless seeing that he just open his mouth and eat it...funny how he can turn the game to the refs calls to cover up his bad play calling and poor ass clock management...sry you didnt have Farve to call different plays than u told him too...the real mike comes out...and i heard his wife called cower to congratulate him after the win and forgot to call mike..lol

tony hipchest
02-09-2006, 12:11 AM
ben>carson
5-1 vs. 0-1 in playoff games and more career victories. ben has been in the league for 2 years and carson 3. shove them stats up your ass go_cats!

WeNowHave5
02-09-2006, 12:16 AM
Ben did not have great day. One "sour grape" local radio station here in south florida who wanted to see a better game and who probably lost a boat load of $$$ was piling it up on Ben.

But like I told this azzclown, the truth is I'd rather have a guy (hypothetically) go 8 for 30 with 3 of those completions for TD passes than a QB going 25 for 30 for 450 yards but only 1 TD while also losing the game

To put to really put it in perspective, I'm sure Matt Hasslebeck would be willing to trade trade his superbowl stats for Bens stats if it meant him getting the ring

I also noticed a pattern with Ben. He alway seems to make mistakes as he gets farther towards a big game but then he recovers when he gets back to that same big game. Last year he made alot of key AFC Championship mistakes. This year he recovers and gets to the superbowl, a big game tahthe ahs never been in. I'd be willing to lay odds that the next time he makes it to a superbowl, he will be much closer to super.

Meanwhile, he got us to the big show playing "super" in the post season and made the necessary big plays in the superbowl that we needed to win. And thats all that counts. No need to look any deeper. Ben is learning

melroseplace
02-09-2006, 12:14 PM
Ben got off to a rocky start, as did the entire team. he did have a couple of great plays, and for the ones he wasn't his best on, the rest of the guys made up for. that's why THE STEELERS won the Super Bowl, not any one player. Big Ben is an amazing athlete, especially when you consider he's only 23 years old, and he is a major reason we even made it into the SB this year

clevestinks
02-09-2006, 03:50 PM
Chokes in big games???? Go Cats is still an *******!

Indy wasn`t huge? Denver wasn`t huge? Look at his passer rating then. We had four drop balls in the Super Bowl, one for a TD!
Besides last season he went to the AFCC game, then lost, didn`t play well! Progression!
This year played awesome on the road, in the AFCC game Progression!
Made the Super Bowl, had an off day, and won! Progression!
At this rate the sky is the limit!

Dumb Ass Cats he is only 23, and getting better, and better!

Does Palmer have what it takes to win the big game on a profesional level??? Wouldn`t know would yah??? LOL By the time you find out ben maybe an old 25, and have three rings!

CantStop85
02-10-2006, 05:50 PM
ben>carson
5-1 vs. 0-1 in playoff games and more career victories. ben has been in the league for 2 years and carson 3. shove them stats up your ass go_cats!
Wrong.
Carson>Ben
but
Ben's Team>Carson's Team

TexaSteeler
02-10-2006, 05:55 PM
Wrong.
Carson>Ben
but
Ben's Team>Carson's Team

Carson's weak. He can't even take a simple 350lb DL rolling on his leg.

LambertIsGod58
02-10-2006, 06:20 PM
Congrats to Steelers fans, but Big Ben's 9/21 for 123 yards, ZERO TDs and 2 INTs has to rank with the worst performances of a Super Bowl winning QB.

Ben played a very shakey game. He looked tentative and his passes weren't sharp like they had been leading up to the Super Bowl. Not sure why that is, but he didn't play well at all.

He made a few mistakes and a lot of bad throws, and he made a couple nice plays.

He's still a Super Bowl winning QB, and he's a HUGE reason they got there in the first place.

Nice job by Ben tho, handing off the football and all, it still stand seems like he chokes in big games.


Leinhart is the biggest pretender of an NFL Quarterback that I've ever seen....He'll be a bigger bust than Tony Mandarich.....

Stillers#1
02-10-2006, 07:09 PM
The fact that the NFL needed to use brand new balls every play in the 1st quarter may have had a bit to do with his erratic passing. It didn't seem to bother Hassselbeck, but he doesn't have a jacked up thumb.

My thoughts are that the Super Bowl needs to be played like every other game. Maybe a bad weather Super Bowl would be nice. I think Pittsburgh would be an awesome place to host a Super Bowl. I know it will never happen, but it would be cool to see a game played in snow, or rain, you know....they way real football is supposed to be played.

Just a thought.

Go_Cats
02-10-2006, 07:14 PM
So... How's Palmer and Kitna doing these days?
Kitna is hopefully GONE. And Palmer recieved a cheap shot from Kimo Von Oelhoffen that allowed you to advance to the second round

83-Steelers-43
02-10-2006, 07:19 PM
Strange, you typed up a thread and the only post you bothered responding to is one that has nothing to do with what you posted to begin with. Why is that exactly? I'm not trying to stir anything up (responses to this post were enough to hopefully knock some commonsense into your head), I'm just curious why you only picked that specific post?

Suitanim
02-10-2006, 07:29 PM
Kitna is hopefully GONE. And Palmer recieved a cheap shot from Kimo Von Oelhoffen that allowed you to advance to the second round

You are like the last ****tard on the planet that still buys into this bullshit. If this was my board, I'd ban your ass for constant stupidity.

Go_Cats
02-10-2006, 07:32 PM
You are like the last ****tard on the planet that still buys into this bullshit. If this was my board, I'd ban your ass for constant stupidity.
Go back and watch the replay, if it was accidental he would have done that extra "tweek" that he did at the end

Suitanim
02-10-2006, 07:36 PM
Go back and watch the replay, if it was accidental he would have done that extra "tweek" that he did at the end

Get the **** outta here, loser. Palmer HIMSELF said it wasn't cheap, so do you know something HE doesn't?

Idiot.

tony hipchest
02-10-2006, 07:37 PM
Go back and watch the replay, if it was accidental he would have done that extra "tweek" that he did at the end"when in rome.......

do as the seahawks do.:crying01:

83-Steelers-43
02-10-2006, 07:37 PM
"I don't know Kimo personally," Palmer said. "From what I've heard, he's a classy guy. Football is football. I don't think it was malicious at all. He's a guy with a high motor that plays hard and was playing hard.

"It just happened. I don't think in any way he was trying to do anything. It's just part of the game."

83-Steelers-43
02-10-2006, 08:18 PM
Cut and run once again?

Zero credibility, much like Skip Bayless.

clevestinks
02-11-2006, 06:18 PM
Go back and watch the replay, if it was accidental he would have done that extra "tweek" that he did at the end
go to hell cats, just has no friends so he start shit eeven he cant explain, just so we talk to him. Your jealousy just kills me. We have 5 rings, you have shit

Milkman
02-11-2006, 08:52 PM
If it was intentional, then why was there no flag thrown and why didn't the league fine good ol' Kimo?

Oh I remember now, the NFL is just in luv with Kimo and not the new golden boy QB!

Milkman
02-11-2006, 08:53 PM
Kitna is hopefully GONE. And Palmer recieved a cheap shot from Kimo Von Oelhoffen that allowed you to advance to the second round :crying01: Waaaaahhhhhh! :crying02:


Fixed.

CantStop85
02-12-2006, 03:08 PM
go to hell cats, just has no friends so he start shit eeven he cant explain, just so we talk to him. Your jealousy just kills me. We have 5 rings, you have shit
Actually, to be realistic, none of us have superbowl rings. :bouncy:

clevestinks
02-12-2006, 03:45 PM
Actually, to be realistic, none of us have superbowl rings. :bouncy:
Come 85, you know what I mean! I do have a picture of my wife wearing Robin Coles Super Bowl Ring, does that count?

mdhus
02-12-2006, 06:23 PM
Honestly, i dont think Palmer has much of a career left, that hit on his leg resulted in B-A-D damage to his ligaments. whenever he comes back and has a simple hit to that region his career could be toast.

SB XL CHAMPS

Livinginthe past
02-12-2006, 07:35 PM
Honestly, i dont think Palmer has much of a career left, that hit on his leg resulted in B-A-D damage to his ligaments. whenever he comes back and has a simple hit to that region his career could be toast.

SB XL CHAMPS

I always loved this forum - now I love it a little more - not many others can boast a fully qualified Doctor who specialises in D.T.T (Diagnosis Through Television).

I feel like I should pay you for your time.

NM

clevestinks
02-13-2006, 05:00 AM
Honestly, i dont think Palmer has much of a career left, that hit on his leg resulted in B-A-D damage to his ligaments. whenever he comes back and has a simple hit to that region his career could be toast.

SB XL CHAMPS
Thta could be said about all players, one bad hit to the knee and gone. I hope Palmer has a long healthy career. He may be a rival, but he seems like a pretty good kid.

Brady12
02-13-2006, 12:07 PM
What doesn't go in Big Ben's QB Rating, is the Touchdown he had, the block he had on Boulware preventing a sack on the Randle El pass, and other non - passing plays. everyone immediately looks at the QB Rating, and never notices the other plays Quarterbacks make. IMO That Block on Boulware was the biggest play of the game.

tony hipchest
02-13-2006, 01:30 PM
out of the 5 lowest qb ratings in a sb 3 of the qb's are in the hall of fame including elway and namath.

ben was 3rd in qb rating in the regular season

and broke the rookie qb rating last season.

his career will not be tarnished by this sb victory. in fact a sb ring is looked at as a good thing.

CowherLover
02-13-2006, 08:12 PM
What doesn't go in Big Ben's QB Rating, is the Touchdown he had, the block he had on Boulware preventing a sack on the Randle El pass, and other non - passing plays. everyone immediately looks at the QB Rating, and never notices the other plays Quarterbacks make. IMO That Block on Boulware was the biggest play of the game.
My sentiments exactly!!!! Points to you man!!!!! (As soon as I figure out how to do the whole rep points thing, LOL!)

bengalsfan21
02-13-2006, 08:58 PM
So... How's Palmer and Kitna doing these days?

Not cool at all but Palmer would be doing great if he wasn't injured.

bengalsfan21
02-13-2006, 08:59 PM
Honestly, i dont think Palmer has much of a career left, that hit on his leg resulted in B-A-D damage to his ligaments. whenever he comes back and has a simple hit to that region his career could be toast.

SB XL CHAMPS


This could be true, I wonder how long before someone goes for his knee

CantStop85
02-13-2006, 10:14 PM
This could be true, I wonder how long before someone goes for his knee
How long till we play Pittsburgh again? :blurp:

You have to believe that Palmer's knee will be secured by some heavy-duty brace, even stronger than the one he was wearing this season. It's the 21st century, folks, medical technology can work around these things now. And it's not like the football is thrown by his leg. Basically all he needs his leg for is a good balance/base for the throw and occasional mobility for eluding defenders in the pocket.

When Kimo takes a cheap shot on Carson's throwing arm, then we can start putting a cap on his career. :blurp:

tony hipchest
02-13-2006, 10:33 PM
but Palmer would be doing great if he wasn't injured.
im pretty sure he woulda done much better than mcnair in the pro bowl:cool:

steelguitar
02-13-2006, 10:43 PM
KEY WORD SB WINNER!

Motley Nate
02-14-2006, 02:23 AM
Honestly, i dont think Palmer has much of a career left, that hit on his leg resulted in B-A-D damage to his ligaments. whenever he comes back and has a simple hit to that region his career could be toast.

SB XL CHAMPS
Not much of a career left?

:doh:

Dr. Andrews, what are you doing on Steelers Fever?

bengalsfan21
02-14-2006, 06:34 AM
im pretty sure he woulda done much better than mcnair in the pro bowl:cool:

I'm sure he would have looked better then Peyton in the pro bowl

tony hipchest
02-14-2006, 09:58 AM
I'm sure he would have looked better then Peyton in the pro bowl yeah hes more used to playing with wet balls :sofunny:

pardon the pun

BlackNGold203
02-14-2006, 10:07 AM
yeah hes more used to playing with wet balls :sofunny:

pardon the pun

LMAO..................

XxKnightxX
02-17-2006, 06:47 PM
Carson's weak. He can't even take a simple 350lb DL rolling on his leg.

Oh man i just read that and i couldnt stop laughing. I dont know if your trying to be sarcastic or what, but that was funny.

Livinginthe past
02-17-2006, 06:51 PM
Oh man i just read that and i couldnt stop laughing. I dont know if your trying to be sarcastic or what, but that was funny.

Yep - season ending injuries are the stuff of comedians dreams.

Im laughing just thinking about all the injuries that might happen next year.

NM

XxKnightxX
02-17-2006, 06:53 PM
How long till we play Pittsburgh again? :blurp:

You have to believe that Palmer's knee will be secured by some heavy-duty brace, even stronger than the one he was wearing this season. It's the 21st century, folks, medical technology can work around these things now. And it's not like the football is thrown by his leg. Basically all he needs his leg for is a good balance/base for the throw and occasional mobility for eluding defenders in the pocket.

When Kimo takes a cheap shot on Carson's throwing arm, then we can start putting a cap on his career. :blurp:

I think the biggest problem is not his mechanics and its more of the playing conditions. If you look carefully at his injury, the biggest cause for his leg to snap like that was the turf on the field which will always increase the possibility of having a serious injury. As for the eluding part, easier said than done, as I am sure that Carson will be thinking about that leg every time he gets tackled, hit from his blind side, or being flushed out of the pocket.

XxKnightxX
02-17-2006, 06:59 PM
Yep - season ending injuries are the stuff of comedians dreams.

Im laughing just thinking about all the injuries that might happen next year.

NM

YOu must of misunderstood me. The reason why i laughed is because whoever posted that is either being sarcastic or just dosent have an idea of the magnitude of such an impact on his leg. I dont want to laugh at his injury, its just the statement that he made that made me laugh, that is all.

Stlrs4Life
02-28-2006, 04:47 PM
Keep laughing at this stat, so what? He still won, damn, i don't care if he has a 22.6 rating the rest of his careeer as long as he wins!

83-Steelers-43
02-28-2006, 05:00 PM
Keep laughing at this stat, so what? He still won, damn, i don't care if he has a 22.6 rating the rest of his careeer as long as he wins!

Bingo!

MAN-O-STEEL
03-01-2006, 11:52 AM
WINNER, THAT'S THE KEY WORD. maybe people should get away from all the stats. to many people think in line with fantasy football instead of "REAL" football. fantasy says Manning and Palmer, real world says Brady and Big Ben.:chair:

TexaSteeler
03-01-2006, 12:24 PM
YOu must of misunderstood me. The reason why i laughed is because whoever posted that is either being sarcastic or just dosent have an idea of the magnitude of such an impact on his leg. I dont want to laugh at his injury, its just the statement that he made that made me laugh, that is all.

LITP likes to take any opportunity to correct someone, even if the reason is illegitimate. His theory on bringing himself up is by bringing other people down.

It was an obvious joke taking an easy shot at Bengals fans, and they correctly didn't react.

Livinginthe past
03-01-2006, 12:48 PM
LITP likes to take any opportunity to correct someone, even if the reason is illegitimate. His theory on bringing himself up is by bringing other people down.

It was an obvious joke taking an easy shot at Bengals fans, and they correctly didn't react.

See that white writing in the black bar at the top of each post?

Yes?

Good.

Now them numbers, if read correctly, will allow you to deduce exactly when a post was made.

I'll help you with the first one to get the ball rolling.

xXKnightXx posted on 02-17-2006.

This means he made that post on the 17th February 2006.

See how that works?

That was approximately two weeks ago.

Im sure you will pick it up fine if you concentrate hard enough.

NM

Suitanim
03-01-2006, 01:01 PM
Hey, didn't you guys get the memo? LITP is beloved on this board (Don't believe it? Just ask him, he'll tell you), everyone loves his witty retorts and posts that he cribs from other sites, and he's never, ever leaving.

Livinginthe past
03-01-2006, 01:08 PM
Hey, didn't you guys get the memo? LITP is beloved on this board (Don't believe it? Just ask him, he'll tell you), everyone loves his witty retorts and posts that he cribs from other sites, and he's never, ever leaving.

Hello suitanim.

Fancy seeing you on this thread!

Seeing as you deal in the unadulterated truth perhaps you will enlighten everyone which posts I cribbed from another site?

No?

Dont want to?

Or cant?

Either way, this line of inquiry appears to be as impotent as your attempts at seducing SG :sofunny:

NM

Suitanim
03-01-2006, 01:12 PM
Seeing as you deal in the unadulterated truth perhaps you will enlighten everyone which posts I cribbed from another site?

NM

I'd guess that any post which required you to synthesize knowledge about the game of football was probably something you saw on some Pats board somewhere and plagiarized here.

Is this a fact? MAYBE not, but most of what you post about me is bullshit, so what comes around goes around...

Livinginthe past
03-01-2006, 01:17 PM
I'd guess that any post which required you to synthesize knowledge about the game of football was probably something you saw on some Pats board somewhere and plagiarized here.

Is this a fact? MAYBE not, but most of what you post about me is bullshit, so what comes around goes around...

Hmmm.

A vague answer at best..followed by rapid backtracking.

Not your best moment.

We currently have 3 threads on the go - maybe you are going to have to rethink your plan to make me post less on this board.

I really dont think its working.

NM

TexaSteeler
03-01-2006, 01:20 PM
See that white writing in the black bar at the top of each post?

Yes?

Good.

Now them numbers, if read correctly, will allow you to deduce exactly when a post was made.

I'll help you with the first one to get the ball rolling.

xXKnightXx posted on 02-17-2006.

This means he made that post on the 17th February 2006.

See how that works?

That was approximately two weeks ago.

Im sure you will pick it up fine if you concentrate hard enough.

NM


Thanks for proving my point.

LITP likes to take any opportunity to correct someone, even if the reason is illegitimate. His theory on bringing himself up is by bringing other people down.

Livinginthe past
03-01-2006, 01:23 PM
Thanks for proving my point.

Hey, you are very welcome.

I know not everyone picks these things up straight away - its just nice to be useful.

NM

Suitanim
03-01-2006, 04:19 PM
No, by all means LITP, keep posting...it's comedy gold.

I'm sorry I went over your head talking about reasoning and such...I like your response to things you don't understand though...but, really, it's not my fault if you don't grasp the concept.

Livinginthe past
03-01-2006, 05:39 PM
No, by all means LITP, keep posting...it's comedy gold.

I'm sorry I went over your head talking about reasoning and such...I like your response to things you don't understand though...but, really, it's not my fault if you don't grasp the concept.

Hey,

At least you are learning something from our exchanges, if I was a cynical type I could accuse you of cribbing other peoples material.



It also amused me that you really expected people to believe that a female could be made to 'tingle' at the fashion in which you handle 'interlopers' - that was pure comedy gold...I just wish you had intended it is as such.

Maybe I should copyright some of my stuff?

Let me guess your response - "you aren't the only person to ever use that phrase"

Allow me to pre-empt that : You havent used it once before in all your time here, then right after I use it so do you.

They do say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery...what do you think?

NM

Suitanim
03-01-2006, 05:47 PM
Holy shit, you are off your ****ing rocker...it's a "Seinfeldism:" and I've been using that for literally YEARS!

I'm laughing pretty hard now...copyright YOUR material.
Bwahahahahahaha!

http://forums.steelersfever.com/showthread.php?t=2751&page=2&highlight=comedy+gold
http://forums.steelersfever.com/showthread.php?t=4529&page=2&highlight=comedy+gold
http://forums.steelersfever.com/showthread.php?t=2858&page=3&highlight=comedy+gold


LITP...Owned, yet again.

Livinginthe past
03-01-2006, 05:55 PM
Holy shit, you are off your ****ing rocker...it's a "Seinfeldism:" and I've been using that for literally YEARS!

I'm laughing pretty hard now...copyright YOUR material.
Bwahahahahahaha!

http://forums.steelersfever.com/showthread.php?t=2751&page=2&highlight=comedy+gold
http://forums.steelersfever.com/showthread.php?t=4529&page=2&highlight=comedy+gold
http://forums.steelersfever.com/showthread.php?t=2858&page=3&highlight=comedy+gold


LITP...Owned, yet again.

I hate to say it...but Seinfeld got that phrase from me...all goes back to a poorly lit, smoky comedy club many moons ago - I knew I shoulda said something when he started using it on that damn sit-com of his.

NM

figg
03-02-2006, 09:16 PM
Kitna is hopefully GONE. And Palmer recieved a cheap shot from Kimo Von Oelhoffen that allowed you to advance to the second round

This is a far cry from what you said right after it happend :rolleyes:

Originally Posted by LambertIsGod58
Dude, quit bein' such a homer... It was no cheap shot. He was blocked into Palmer.

+1 he was blocked into Palmer http://forums.steelersfever.com/showthread.php?p=47345#post47345 :dang:

We were the weakest team in the AFC playoffs, didnt look like we even belonged there. http://forums.steelersfever.com/showthread.php?p=48196#post48196 :dang: :busted:

I love making you look stupid :dancing: