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ffljaguar
02-07-2006, 08:20 AM
The best team and the best fans won the game there is no doubt in my mind, I think the Seattle fans should look back at this as a learning experience. They need to learn how to be better fans and support there team, their coach needs to learn how to conduct himself with some class and take reasonability for his part in the loss and show some class afterwards. Hell his own family was not even there to support him or the team, Cowers family was there you can bet money they would have put off any plans they had for one week.

I think that the Seattle organization really needs to look inward and stop making excuses. First off learn how to support your team. I mean all I hear is how the Seahawks had to play in an arena full of Steeler fans, whose fault is that? Last time I checked Detroit is only a few hour plane ride from any major city in the continental US. Then I read how Seattle fans were selling there tickets to steeler fans on eBay’s; again I ask you do you think any real steeler fan would give up their tickets for anything? Hell no they would not.

More importantly I think the Seattle Organization needs to learn how to conduct themselves with some class and dignity after a tuff loss. Don't blame the refs, the media, or that that the steeler fans showed up to support their team, look inside and learn how to be a better team for next year.

I think your team played one hell of a game and you should be proud of that, now stop crying and learn how to support them if they make it to the big game next year.

Fan Lesson number #1

Do not let Martha Stewart represent your team in any pregame media events, I was stunned watching her in her Seahawk jersey surrounded by Seahawk fans, explaining how to make the perfect game treats and how to color coordinate for the game, I mean common this football not tennis. I almost choked on my beer on that one.

Team Lesson number #1

Motivational speech before the game, Holmgren showed the Seahawks the winner’s share ($70,000+ in 1 dollar bills I guess it was all about the money baby for the Seahawk team.

Cowers Speech, lets win this one for Mr. Rooney, Jerome and the city of Pittsburgh. Do I have to explain this to any Seahawk fans?


X -Holmgren Fan No excuse for after the game behavior, none.

X- Bradshaw Fan No excuse not to be there for his team and the Burgh.

I agree with Casteel, Go outside, take a deep breath, and YELL at the top of your lungs, STEELERS....ONE FOR THE THUMB BABY!!!!!

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My Steeler Links: http://www.teamffl.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=2120

Livinginthe past
02-07-2006, 02:20 PM
How many more times do you plan on repeat posting this?

Out of 6 posts to your name 3 have been replicas of this.

NM

ffljaguar
02-07-2006, 04:41 PM
Wow Sorry get better support for my post over at on of the seahawk forums

http://www.seahawkshuddle.com/v1/viewtopic.php?t=5274

Just trying to stand up for my team the best way I know how. Maybe some others should go read how there tring to taint the win.

ZornToLargent
02-07-2006, 04:44 PM
Meaningless, pointless, stupid thread.

CASTEEL
02-07-2006, 05:05 PM
Meaningless, pointless, stupid thread.


I wouldn't go that far.....

Reposting is not too good....but there is some meaning, a few descent points, and stupid is purely subbjective...... :grin:



ONE FOR THE THUMB....DONE!!!

ZornToLargent
02-07-2006, 05:11 PM
I wouldn't go that far.....

Reposting is not too good....but there is some meaning, a few descent points, and stupid is purely subbjective...... :grin:



ONE FOR THE THUMB....DONE!!!
Actually, I just re-red it again, and nope, there was nothing relavant or insightful or knowlegable in his post. All just blah, blah, blah to get to One for the Thumb.

Nothing he said as a "learning Experience" was legit.

justplaythegame21
02-07-2006, 05:14 PM
I agree with 90% of what ffl said but have a hard time beleaving the martha Stewart thing. It seems to be some embelishment going on there.

MagicHawk
02-07-2006, 06:25 PM
Not that you would know but Holmgren's wife is over in Africa right now doing charity work. He booked that trip for her months ago as an anniversery present. Well before there was even the possibility of playoffs let alone the Super Bowl. It is well known here that she is heavily into many charities such as working with women's and children abuse on a weekly basis as are the daughters with the full support of her husband.

ffljaguar
02-07-2006, 06:48 PM
OK will give you that one and lets take that off the table. I can see that being a problem then, just seemed strange to me at the time. oh yea and the Martha Stewart thing did happen i did not make that up.

MagicHawk
02-07-2006, 07:00 PM
OK will give you that one and lets take that off the table. I can see that being a problem then, just seemed strange to me at the time. oh yea and the Martha Stewart thing did happen i did not make that up.Not a problem given I didn't think you would know what happens with Holmgren and his family behind the scenes. Just like I have no idea what Cowher is like other than on the sidelines. Don't really know what to say about Martha Stewart or care because it seemed to obvious that she was pushing for media coverage and not being relevant to the post.

tony hipchest
02-07-2006, 07:47 PM
Not a problem given I didn't think you would know what happens with Holmgren and his family behind the scenes. Just like I have no idea what Cowher is like other than on the sidelines. Don't really know what to say about Martha Stewart or care because it seemed to obvious that she was pushing for media coverage and not being relevant to the post. holmgrens daughter is a doctor and i find the work she and her mother is doing in the congo quite honorable. i also enjoyed the story of holmgrens donation to the christian college his wife and children attended in chicago. he wanted to keep it under wraps but they insisted on naming the sporting facility after him. good job mike!