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    F@&k You Joe Buck

    him and his snide comment about "Not that the Seahawks would worry about how the game is officiated" comment. You can kiss my arse you asshat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by birtikidis View Post
    him and his snide comment about "Not that the Seahawks would worry about how the game is officiated" comment. You can kiss my arse you asshat.
    The crybabies are walking all over Peyton. I think Ben and the Steelers take this seahawks team easily, but Denver is busily handing over the ball repeatedly, one for a pick six. This is going to be a massacre.

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    That's how you play defense in today's NFL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bostonsteeler View Post
    The crybabies are walking all over Peyton. I think Ben and the Steelers take this seahawks team easily, but Denver is busily handing over the ball repeatedly, one for a pick six. This is going to be a massacre.

    You think we take this Seahawks team easily? I'd love to be able to agree with you... but I don't think we're in their class right now.

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    Has there ever been a Super Bowl where one team didn't score at all?

    And this is the 5 time MVP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bostonsteeler View Post
    The crybabies are walking all over Peyton. I think Ben and the Steelers take this seahawks team easily, but Denver is busily handing over the ball repeatedly, one for a pick six. This is going to be a massacre.
    That's crazy talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bostonsteeler View Post
    The crybabies are walking all over Peyton. I think Ben and the Steelers take this seahawks team easily, but Denver is busily handing over the ball repeatedly, one for a pick six. This is going to be a massacre.
    Thank you for moving away from the computer. The Steelers would have been DOA against that defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bostonsteeler View Post
    The crybabies are walking all over Peyton. I think Ben and the Steelers take this seahawks team easily, but Denver is busily handing over the ball repeatedly, one for a pick six. This is going to be a massacre.
    I think what he is referring to is the Steelers team from SB 40 vs. this Seahawks team of 2014... Not sure. Ben sukked in that game, but maybe the SB43 team....
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    seahawks got lots of calls today
    1) CB D Dennard
    2) OLB R Shazier
    3) DE J Ellis
    4) WR M Bryant
    5a) OG D Yankey
    5b) OLB J Tripp
    6a) RB D Archer
    6b) NT D McCullers
    7) WR J Janis

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    Quote Originally Posted by kindlecatsb'ng View Post
    Has there ever been a Super Bowl where one team didn't score at all?

    And this is the 5 time MVP.

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    The Steelers shutout the Vikings in IX, except for a punt block for TD in the 4th quarter. The Vikings had 17 yards rushing, 102 yards passing, and 5 turnovers for a total of 119 yards and 0 TDs. The Steelers committed penalties equaling 122 yards which is more than the Viking offense gained. Pretty dominant from where I sit, but that was in the dark ages of football.

    The Steeler defense was so dominant that it was obvious the Vikings offense was not going to be able to move the ball and score points.

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