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Old 02-08-2006, 03:29 PM   #1
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Wink Bottom line, why the Seahags lost

Strong safety Michael Boulware whiffed on a clean shot at running back Willie Parker on Parker's record-setting 75-yard TD run.
Kicker Josh Brown missed 50- and 54-yard field goal attempts (accuracy rather than distance was the issue in both instances).
Stevens repeatedly dropped critical passes.
The Seahawks' vaunted offensive line lost the battle of the trenches.
Punter Tom Rouen (and cornerback Jordan Babineaux) couldn't pin the Steelers deep once.
Fullback Mack Strong (on a third-and-3 reception) and wide receiver Darrell Jackson (trying to get his feet in bounds) were too often more nonchalant than possessed in their efforts.
The Seahawks' defense got suckered on a 43-yard gadget for a TD. Holmgren should bring all that up the next time there's a get-together at Qwest Field.
And he should bring a team as schooled in responding to adversity as the Steelers to his next Super Bowl.

I love that. I think I need to join a seafags board to post this. :) Second thought, Why waste my time... WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS!
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They lost because we scored more points on them.
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Well, yeah outside the obvious! LOL!
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I thought it would be easy to read considering all the ANALysis that go into everything for the game to the refs, to all the other crap.......
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Rep points for you, great thread
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Default Re: Bottom line, why the Seahags lost

The Seafags lost because they wouldn't stop balling.
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They were swimming in raw sewage.....And I love it......
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