Originally Posted by madtowndrunkard
Get your facts straight... the play is designed for Harrison to read and make the call on his own. He made the right call. Which brings up another point... that play never happens if we were playing a 4-3. great when he did it.... but that still says nothing to the fact that our Ben lead offenses for the most part have struggled to score points at a rate any higher then the league average.
Originally Posted by WokeUpWithaWoodley
Ummmmm get ur facts straight.
By ALAN ROBINSONAP Sports WriterLATROBE, Pa. —[B]One of the greatest plays in Super Bowl history apparently resulted from Steelers linebacker James Harrison's guess work, not the Pittsburgh coaches' game plan.Harrison revealed while reporting to training camp on Friday that he didn't follow his coaches' orders on his 100-yard interception return touchdown that ended the first half against Arizona on Feb. 1 and has quickly become one of the signature plays in any Super Bowl.
Geee, who to side with? A poster on a message board stating he knows the facts, or the words from a player that actually made the play.
I reject your reality and substitute my own.