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Old 04-05-2009, 10:29 PM   #11
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damm babies can cry to the end of time, won't change anything

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Old 04-05-2009, 10:40 PM   #12
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Oh yes they are.

"It wasn't a catch. His feet weren't down. The Steelers bought the refs. You cheated."

Whine, Whine, Whine etc. etc. etc.

I hear that crap all the time from the ignorant Turdnial fans.
It's always nice 2 have some cash lying around.
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Old 04-05-2009, 11:01 PM   #13
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how can we buy the refs when the Rooneys are so cheap?
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Old 04-05-2009, 11:21 PM   #14
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ahh , let the Seahawks cry , and whine , or whatever they feel like doing. Don't make no difference nohow to us. There was an expansion time when they were in the AFC.
They made the bed , but it seems they don't sleep so well. They were moved, and we stayed put. Suck it in Seatle , you sucked then , and you will continue to suck for a long.......,long......, time.

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Old 04-06-2009, 12:58 AM   #15
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Old 04-06-2009, 01:50 AM   #16
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The Hawks aren't all that great - I mean they were in a VERY bad division during that Holmgren window...pretty much their "good at best" players ended up looking fantastic b/c of all that.

Matt Hassellbeck isn't all that good - if you make him move around even a LITTLE BIT in the pocket, you end up throwing off his accuracy. And their D has consistently been one of the smallest AND lightest in the league. But again - a halfway decent team who's divisional opponents are high schoolish will spell tons of success for them. Of course too, QWest field is THE loudest outdoor stadium in the entire NFL, which helps their defense TREMENDOUSLY(as opposing offenses can't hear snap counts well et al).
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Old 04-06-2009, 02:19 AM   #17
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They had one season. They shot their wad, and they know it's going to be a long time before they get another chance.

Let 'em whine. I'll be happy when fans from all NFC teams can whine that we stole a championship from them.
They also had no business winning a few of their games that year - which ended up helping them get that #1 seed...

Against Dallas - a Hawks defender tackled Jason Witten in the endzone and the officials threw a PI flag on it. But some other bonehead official stepped in and said how the rain made the Hawks defender slip. Their kicker also missed a chip shot along the way as well. The Hawks went on to score the last 10 pts of the game, including the game winning 50 yard FG at the end...obviously, those 2 plays by the Boys were the big difference.

Against the Giants - both of the Giants lines just bullied the Hawks lines a good one. On offense, Tiki was having a fantastic day running the ball. On defense, Osi/Strahan were just bullying Hassellbeck around. However - the crowd noise forced some 11 false starts on the Giants OL(6 by their LT Luke Pettigout), and Jay Feeley choked a good one at the end of reg AND OT...THREE times.

Against the Eagles - Neither McNabb, Owens, Westbrook, NOR Tra Thomas played...IOW - they were playing against their B team and won easily.

Against the Rams(1st game) - they looked like they were going to lose until the Rams PR muffed one at the end.

Against the Colts - it was Christmas Eve at QWest Field, and with the Colts wrapping up everything, they played their B team. But nonetheless, the Hawks struggled against them a bit.

Against the Redskins in the NFCDG - Carlos Rogers(Skins CB) dropped an INT TD early in the game. Otherwise, Skins go up 10-0, and their power running game would have taken over. And the Skins missed an easy FG in the 4th qtr when it looked like they had the momentum.

So if anything, they got just about every break in the book that year. They really can't complain.
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4 years later and they're STILL whining.

Get.

Over.

It.

Already.

SheHawks fans, your team has won a grand total of 20 games since XL. Try worrying about that rather than endlessly bitch and moan about a game that your team lost because they didn't play well enough to win, not because of the damn referees. I personally have had it up to here with fans whining about officiating when their team loses, and I swear to God, if a SheHawks or Cardinals fan comes up to me with that bullshit...well, let me just end it here before I say something I'll regret later.
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Oh yes they are.

"It wasn't a catch. His feet weren't down. The Steelers bought the refs. You cheated."

Whine, Whine, Whine etc. etc. etc.

I hear that crap all the time from the ignorant Turdnial fans.
How can they say his feet wasn't down it shows it in the replay plain as day.
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How can they say his feet wasn't down it shows it in the replay plain as day.
Yep. You can buy a framed photo of the catch from the Post-Gazette that shows both feet down and Santonio's hands on the ball.
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