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Old 06-20-2006, 08:47 PM   #11
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Default Re: Why are the Steelers Making it More Difficult to Repeat?

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I knew the worst troll ever (ICH). I was friends with the worst troll ever.

You, sir, are NOT the worst troll ever.
LMAO.......
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Old 06-21-2006, 12:35 AM   #12
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You never saw the great New England Patriots making such huge mistakes in their quest to repeat.

You are right ... I never saw a Great Patriots team....
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Old 06-21-2006, 09:31 AM   #13
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Winning back to back Super Bowls is extremely difficult. It took every ounce of energy for New England to beat Carolina and Philadelphia for the Championship. So why is Pittsburgh making it more difficult for themselves to repeat?

First Santurdio is arrested for Disorderly Conduct.

Then Big Ben crashes his bike while riding without a license and helmet.

and then Santurdio is arrested again for domestic assault.

You never saw the great New England Patriots making such huge mistakes in their quest to repeat.

Your Steelers are becoming an embarassment. What the hell is going on down by the river?
No one is perfect, that goes for your patriots and all other 31 teams of the nfl and for every person in the world.
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Old 06-21-2006, 05:43 PM   #14
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Because Denver is gonna mop the floor with everyone!!!!
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Old 06-21-2006, 05:55 PM   #15
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You are right ... I never saw a Great Patriots team....
Really? You don?t recall any great New England teams? Allow me to refresh your memory:

1. Patriots are 14-point underdogs to ?The Greatest Show on Turf.? Belichick teaches 31 other teams how to beat St. Louis.
2. Tom Brady sets up Vinatieri?s 41-yard field goal with four seconds left to give New England a 32-29 victory over Carolina in one of the most exciting Super Bowls ever played.
3. The Patriots beat Philadelphia 24-21 and win their 3rd SB in 4 years. With that victory New England posts a gaudy 32-2 record since Sept. 28, 2003.

The Patriots provided the world with exciting Super Bowls. Pittsburgh provided the world with a Super Bore. And if you don?t think a 32-2 record in today?s NFL represents greatness then you need to step away from the pipe and walk away slowly.
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Old 06-21-2006, 06:15 PM   #16
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Because Denver is gonna mop the floor with everyone!!!!
Just like the Broncos did in the AFC title game right? Broncos what a joke. Sure the Broncos will get their usual 11-12 wins in the regular season but then will fall apart compeltely in the playoffs like they do every since John Elway retired.
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Really? You don’t recall any great New England teams? Allow me to refresh your memory:

1. Patriots are 14-point underdogs to “The Greatest Show on Turf.” Belichick teaches 31 other teams how to beat St. Louis.
2. Tom Brady sets up Vinatieri’s 41-yard field goal with four seconds left to give New England a 32-29 victory over Carolina in one of the most exciting Super Bowls ever played.
3. The Patriots beat Philadelphia 24-21 and win their 3rd SB in 4 years. With that victory New England posts a gaudy 32-2 record since Sept. 28, 2003.

The Patriots provided the world with exciting Super Bowls. Pittsburgh provided the world with a Super Bore. And if you don’t think a 32-2 record in today’s NFL represents greatness then you need to step away from the pipe and walk away slowly.
one of the greatest sb's was bills vs. giants. 2 of the biggest sb bores was sf vs. san diego and sf vs denver. are you saying the giants were a greater team because of this? patriots are a damn good team but the only real competition they faced in this little run has been the steelers and the rams. they rely on the foot of a kicker to win 6 of their most important games (raiders, titans, colts, rams, carolina, eagles)

might as well watch soccer.
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one of the greatest sb's was bills vs. giants. 2 of the biggest sb bores was sf vs. san diego and sf vs denver. are you saying the giants were a greater team because of this? patriots are a damn good team but the only real competition they faced in this little run has been the steelers and the rams. they rely on the foot of a kicker to win 6 of their most important games (raiders, titans, colts, rams, carolina, eagles)

might as well watch soccer.
Are you on record as saying a 32-2 record can be characterized as "damn good?"

Because that is what I inferred.

Please clarify if that is what you really mean.

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Are you on record as saying a 32-2 record can be characterized as "damn good?"

Because that is what I inferred.

Please clarify if that is what you really mean.

Thank you.
pittsburgh beat that team with a rookie qb en route to a 15-1 season. im not impressed. ive seen better than the "slide by" patsies.

you better go to your homeboard if you want more jawdrippings than that.
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Really? You don?t recall any great New England teams? Allow me to refresh your memory:

1. Patriots are 14-point underdogs to ?The Greatest Show on Turf.? Belichick teaches 31 other teams how to beat St. Louis.
2. Tom Brady sets up Vinatieri?s 41-yard field goal with four seconds left to give New England a 32-29 victory over Carolina in one of the most exciting Super Bowls ever played.
3. The Patriots beat Philadelphia 24-21 and win their 3rd SB in 4 years. With that victory New England posts a gaudy 32-2 record since Sept. 28, 2003.

The Patriots provided the world with exciting Super Bowls. Pittsburgh provided the world with a Super Bore. And if you don?t think a 32-2 record in today?s NFL represents greatness then you need to step away from the pipe and walk away slowly.
You want to tell us what happend to you guys against Denver in the AFC Divisional Playoffs?
And Al, what happend in the AFC title game?
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