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    Not to much of a choice betwwen the Pats &Rats, but if I have to pick one I'll take


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    The Ravens are our sworn enemies and most bitter rival. I will root for ANY other team in the NFL before them.

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    Let's go Pens!

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    Baltimore represented our division well, big underdogs, but Ray's on the Bus to the SB.

    Btw, see what an O-line can do for a team.

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    More importantly, a QB who doesn't turn the ball over. Flacco is playing for a contract... wow, he's had a few good weeks.
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    both harbaugh brothers, took their teams on the road, trailed and halftime, held the home team scorless, en route to 28 points for their own teams, and victory...

    am i remembering this correctly?
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    2. Jordan Matthews, WR, Vandy
    3. Ed Stinson, DE, Alabama
    4. Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor
    5. Zachariah Kerr, NT, Delaware
    5a. Shaquille Richardson, CB, Arizona
    6. Marcel Jensen, TE, Fresno State
    6a Greg Blair, ILB, Cincinnati
    7. Kaleb Ramsey, DE, Boston College

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    Quote Originally Posted by supersteeler View Post
    Baltimore represented our division well, big underdogs, but Ray's on the Bus to the SB.

    Btw, see what an O-line can do for a team.
    Is there a less gracious team in victory? It was great seeing Tommy boy lose and all, but Lewis laying on the field surrounded by reporters for a good 5 minutes. Harbaugh being a douche all over the field. Mr and Mrs Harbaugh must be a bit ashamed watching their kids on tv trying to upstage the game.

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    ...and just like that, the NFL got their Cinderella story line, the Hairball Bowl. I'll sit this one out, I'm pretty sure. Belicheat is a sore loser, can't stand that guy and it was beautiful watching him walk away in defeat. LMAO>



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    Sharpe rips him a new ars... True what he said on CBS... Belicheat can't even go out and talk to media in defeat. WHAT A LOSER!
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    I look at it in a different way, that they earned their right to celebrate.

    Very few if any gave this team any chance, just like our Steelers in 2005 when we had to win our last four regular season games just to get to the playoffs. Then we put the Bengas out, the mighty Colts, and Denver in that thin air all on the road.

    I love our Steelers, but I respect what Baltimore was able to accomlish dealing with injuries and their best cover corner out for the year.
    Let destiny rule, no sixth for the 49ers!

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