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    2 Words That Says It All

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    Re: 2 Words That Says It All

    Fighting back the tears of pride and joy right now...

    God, I love my Steelers!!!

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    Re: 2 Words That Says It All

    Quote Originally Posted by rpmpit
    Fighting back the tears of pride and joy right now...

    God, I love my Steelers!!!

    I'm with ya Pit. Love 'em always, no matter how critical I get sometimes.

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    Re: 2 Words That Says It All

    There have been lots of teams throughout the histroy of the league that have been able to keep it close and win in the end.

    We did it versus Dallas and others.

    But on the same note, we couldn't versus Philly, Giants, or Indy.

    The good thing is we've been in every game.

    And it's good to see a game like this at the end of the season.

    Great warmup for playoff football.

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    Re: 2 Words That Says It All

    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    There have been lots of teams throughout the histroy of the league that have been able to keep it close and win in the end.

    We did it versus Dallas and others.

    But on the same note, we couldn't versus Philly, Giants, or Indy.

    The good thing is we've been in every game.

    And it's good to see a game like this at the end of the season.

    Great warmup for playoff football.
    Flip, please change your sig...I like the happy Ronald...Thx
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    Re: 2 Words That Says It All

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerNation1
    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    There have been lots of teams throughout the histroy of the league that have been able to keep it close and win in the end.

    We did it versus Dallas and others.

    But on the same note, we couldn't versus Philly, Giants, or Indy.

    The good thing is we've been in every game.

    And it's good to see a game like this at the end of the season.

    Great warmup for playoff football.
    Flip, please change your sig...I like the happy Ronald...Thx
    I actually love the sig.

    Just do me a favor, flip - don't start hanging out with either of the Olsen twins!

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    Re: 2 Words That Says It All

    Quote Originally Posted by rpmpit
    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerNation1
    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    There have been lots of teams throughout the histroy of the league that have been able to keep it close and win in the end.

    We did it versus Dallas and others.

    But on the same note, we couldn't versus Philly, Giants, or Indy.

    The good thing is we've been in every game.

    And it's good to see a game like this at the end of the season.

    Great warmup for playoff football.
    Flip, please change your sig...I like the happy Ronald...Thx
    I actually love the sig.

    Just do me a favor, flip - don't start hanging out with either of the Olsen twins!
    I wouldn't suggest starring in any gay cowboy movies either.

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    Re: 2 Words That Says It All

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Quote Originally Posted by rpmpit
    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerNation1
    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    There have been lots of teams throughout the histroy of the league that have been able to keep it close and win in the end.

    We did it versus Dallas and others.

    But on the same note, we couldn't versus Philly, Giants, or Indy.

    The good thing is we've been in every game.

    And it's good to see a game like this at the end of the season.

    Great warmup for playoff football.
    Flip, please change your sig...I like the happy Ronald...Thx
    I actually love the sig.

    Just do me a favor, flip - don't start hanging out with either of the Olsen twins!
    I wouldn't suggest starring in any gay cowboy movies either.

    Ronald to Grimace: "I wish I knew how to quit you."
    not to point out the obvious here, but does anyone else find it disturbing that ruthless- knows the words to that movie???


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    Re: 2 Words That Says It All

    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    There have been lots of teams throughout the histroy of the league that have been able to keep it close and win in the end.

    We did it versus Dallas and others.

    But on the same note, we couldn't versus Philly, Giants, or Indy.

    The good thing is we've been in every game.

    And it's good to see a game like this at the end of the season.

    Great warmup for playoff football.
    good points flippy.
    btw you have hands down the best sig on this board. I'm in awe.

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    Re: 2 Words That Says It All

    Quote Originally Posted by ANPSTEEL
    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Quote Originally Posted by rpmpit
    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerNation1
    Quote Originally Posted by flippy
    There have been lots of teams throughout the histroy of the league that have been able to keep it close and win in the end.

    We did it versus Dallas and others.

    But on the same note, we couldn't versus Philly, Giants, or Indy.

    The good thing is we've been in every game.

    And it's good to see a game like this at the end of the season.

    Great warmup for playoff football.
    Flip, please change your sig...I like the happy Ronald...Thx
    I actually love the sig.

    Just do me a favor, flip - don't start hanging out with either of the Olsen twins!
    I wouldn't suggest starring in any gay cowboy movies either.

    Ronald to Grimace: "I wish I knew how to quit you."
    not to point out the obvious here, but does anyone else find it disturbing that ruthless- knows the words to that movie???

    Anybody can quote Shawshank or Talledega Nights here, but it takes a real man to quote Brokeback Mountain. At least it was a better movie than Asian's "Gayronimo" or Jiga's "Another Gay Movie".




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    3.94 CB Sidney Jones 6'0" 186 Washington
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    4.135 CB Howard Wilson 6'1" 184 Houston
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