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    2014 Schedule

    Too soon for this? HELLO RYAN SUCCOP!!!! Per the Trib:


    The Steelers' 2014 schedule (2013 records). Time and dates to be announced in April.


    Home: Baltimore (8-, Cincinnati (11-5), Cleveland (4-12), Houston (2-14), Indianapolis (11-5), New Orleans (10-5), Tampa Bay (4-11) and Kansas City (11-4).


    Away: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Jacksonville (4-12), Tennessee (7-9), Atlanta (4-12), Carolina (12-4) and New York Jets (8-.

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    Wow - Carolina, NO, Atlanta. That sounds tough.

    Then again, one thing I learned this year, no matter the opponent, any game can be a win (or a loss).

    So ... who knows?


    We got our "6-PACK" - time to work on a CASE!

    HERE WE GO STEELERS, HERE WE GO!

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    Lookin' good. No trips to the west coast. Only dome game is in Atlanta.
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    Glad not to see the Raiders on the schedule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SanAntonioSteelerFan View Post
    Wow - Carolina, NO, Atlanta. That sounds tough.

    Then again, one thing I learned this year, no matter the opponent, any game can be a win (or a loss).

    So ... who knows?

    Cincy, Baltimore, and Cleveland play all those teams too. The Bengals 1st place schedule means they play Denver and New England (ouch). Our 2nd place schedule gives us K.C. And the Jets (2 teams we were rooting for today), Baltimore gets the Chargers and Dolphins (2 teams we were rotting against today), and the Browns get the Raiders and Bills (amazingly with yet another new coach...shocking that the franchise sucks consistently).

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    The referees love us once again: San Diego was in an illegal formation when Kansas City missed the potential game winning field goal with seconds to go in regulation. There is a maximum of 6 players that you can line up on either side of the snapper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    The referees love us once again: San Diego was in an illegal formation when Kansas City missed the potential game winning field goal with seconds to go in regulation. There is a maximum of 6 players that you can line up on either side of the snapper.
    Jesus effing Christ!! That's not even subjective, like a PI or a holding call...that is simple freaking math and a ref was staring right at it!!!!

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    If that bastard Goodell has ANY sense of justice, he will see how we got screwed out of a playoff spot and not take any of our draft picks....I hope Dan tells him that pronto...

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    Glad not to see the Raiders on the schedule.
    Haha... 100% right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    The referees love us once again: San Diego was in an illegal formation when Kansas City missed the potential game winning field goal with seconds to go in regulation. There is a maximum of 6 players that you can line up on either side of the snapper.
    This makes the loss hurt a little more. The missed FG, the fake punt fumble that wasn't and now this.

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