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Old 07-29-2009, 10:16 AM   #21
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Default Re: Present-day Pats have become what the Steelers were in the 1970s

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Begs the question: Would the Pats be given the Steelers plays?


HOW did I miss that?????


I doubt ole' Patsie has a significant comeback for that one.
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Old 07-29-2009, 10:32 AM   #22
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OK, IF the 00's Pats have the playbook, the Steelers defensive signals, and can steal their radio signals, I have the 70's Steelers winning 31-28.

If the Pats have to play fair and square, a straight up contest, they lose 45-0. Lambert knocks Brady out of the game on the second play, and his replacement, Kevin O'Connell throws three picks (2 picks 6's) on the way to the rout...
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Old 07-29-2009, 12:02 PM   #23
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They picked Clive Rush rather than Chuck Noll?

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OK, IF the 00's Pats have the playbook, the Steelers defensive signals, and can steal their radio signals, I have the 70's Steelers winning 31-28.

If the Pats have to play fair and square, a straight up contest, they lose 45-0. Lambert knocks Brady out of the game on the second play, and his replacement, Kevin O'Connell throws three picks (2 picks 6's) on the way to the rout...
Okay, minus the Patriots illegal criminal sideline videotaping and minus the 'legal at the time' steelers steroids, I'd say it's a pretty even match.
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No, it's a 45-0 rout, a complete blowout.

IF the Pats have the full gamut of cheats on their side, they can hang in there but ultimately lose.
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Okay, minus the Patriots illegal criminal sideline videotaping and minus the 'legal at the time' steelers steroids, I'd say it's a pretty even match.
Well, if you want to make it even more interesting: How 'bout a hall of famers game? (present HOF for the Steelers - future HOF for the Pats). Oh wait, that's right. We'd out number you 3 or 4 to 1. Nevermind.
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HORSE-HOCKEY!!!!!



Teams of the 1970s feared playing against the Stillers



who fears playing New England?


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Nope, not the same. In terms of SB wins in as many years I concede but they are not the same. But throw in the cheating and well, its a no-brainer.
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The Pats did not dominate, did not set SB records, and did not win all of their SB's. Ok, Vinateri is better than Roy Gerela.

In fact, if BB can keep his dick in his pants the present day Steelers will probably end up resembling the 1970s Steelers in many more ways than the Pats, not including the uniform colors.
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The steelers have beaten the Brady-lead patriots only once in five games.
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