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Old 01-15-2006, 06:08 PM   #16
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Re: Colts/Steelers Thoughts

I am glad the Steelers won, they deserved it the entire game.
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Old 01-15-2006, 06:29 PM   #17
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great game and the steelers deserve it but i dont know what they were thinking after they got the ball on the 2 after the colts missed it on 4th and 16 then they run the ball??????? kneel on it let the colts use their timeouts at worst they kick a field goal go up by 6 and the colts would have to score a TD with not alot of time and no timeouts. Steelers got lucky seems like they didnt want to win it that bad. colts had their chances. also if harper doesnt make that move to the inside he scores. he could have ran right by Ben without the cut inside move.
no shit they should have knelt on it ,terrible coaching,and what was bettis doing not having both hands wrapped around the ball,what an idiot,I never have liked him,he gets up off the ground after a 10 yrd run huffing and puffing and stomping his feet likes hes the greatest running back of all time when the hole was so big you could drive a bus through it,(maybe thats why hes called the bus)I wish they would have lost on that play.Having said all that,the steelers would have been majorly robbed if they would have lost that game,that was def an interception,than the nocall on 4th down when the refs said there was a no play when the colts came offsides,I've never seen that before,and vanderjet,wtf? worst kick ever
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Old 01-15-2006, 09:53 PM   #18
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I am glad to see the Colts go down-- now I think a few people will get off their bandwagon. Good to see the underdogs advance-- Go Steelers and Panthers.
It would be fun to see the Panthers/Steelers in the Super Bowl. I think both teams have a good shot. Plummer will choke and the Seahawks are overrated.
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Old 01-15-2006, 11:46 PM   #19
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What about all the so called "experts" who picked Indy to go all the way. They were talking like it was a foregone conclusion that the Colts would be there. Dickheads like Tom Jackson, Salisbury, Stinky, Clayton, P. King etc. What a bunch of LOSERS. Chris Carter is a bet whelcher as is Salisbury. I hate those idiots who make these grand statements and then when it doesn't go the way they call it, they act as though they were thinking the other way all along. Like we, the audience are that friggin' stupid. One final note: Dierdorf makes me want to :vomit: He SUCKS as a commentator.
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Old 01-15-2006, 11:53 PM   #20
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I believe the Steelers made the right call when they were on the Colts 2 yard line. Jerome Bettis is normally one of the most reliable runners in football when it comes to not fumbling. If he had scored a touchdown it would've put the game out of reach, instead of kneeling 3 times, kicking a field goal, and giving the best offense in football a minute and 3 timeouts to go down the field and score a touchdown that would've put them ahead by one. I'm not saying that would happen, but what were the chances of Bettis fumbling before he got across the goal line?
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Old 01-16-2006, 12:20 AM   #21
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i believe that was bettis's first fumble of the season... either way the steelers played better all game... indy needs a better oline for mad blitzing 3-4s, they went 1-2 this year against them.
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Old 01-16-2006, 02:11 AM   #22
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Glad I'm not a Colts fan, although I do feel bad for Tony Dungy. I bet the pissing and moaning on the Colts discussion board dwarfs anything you'll read in DC.
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Old 01-16-2006, 08:42 AM   #23
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I believe the Steelers made the right call when they were on the Colts 2 yard line. Jerome Bettis is normally one of the most reliable runners in football when it comes to not fumbling. If he had scored a touchdown it would've put the game out of reach, instead of kneeling 3 times, kicking a field goal, and giving the best offense in football a minute and 3 timeouts to go down the field and score a touchdown that would've put them ahead by one. I'm not saying that would happen, but what were the chances of Bettis fumbling before he got across the goal line?
there was a minute left on the clock when pitts was at the goal line,indy would have had to burn all its timeouts to stop the clock,so they would have got the ball back with maybe 30 seconds and no timeouts,and if your going to go for the td,bettis has got to cradle the football with 2 hands!!
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Old 01-16-2006, 09:16 AM   #24
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Steelers had the better game plan and they came to play. Colts were flat from the opening kickoff and were out of sync most of the day. Even the refs couldn't help them enough.
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Old 01-16-2006, 09:19 AM   #25
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I think Peyton Mannig is pretty much the most incredible QB the NFL has ever seen, and a real class act to boot.

After yesterday's game I felt really bad for him, as it seems he's on his way to becoming nothing but a joke in NFL history. "The greatest player to never get to a Super Bowl." For a football player that's about the worst thing imagineable. Every stat, every record, a command of the game second to none, and he just can't get there.

You could see it on his face when Vanderjagt missed the field goal. A disappointed smile. That's about all you can do - it's at a point where the Colts are becoming a joke, the farce of the NFL every time playoff season rolls around.

I just hate seeing guys like Dungy and Manning, Harrison and Wayne keep coming up short when it matters most. - guys who seem to really epitomize what football is all about, guys who are humble and professional and at the same time some of the best at what they do in the history of the NFL.
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Old 01-16-2006, 09:44 AM   #26
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The refs were just horrible in this game. That pick that was called incomplete was one of the worst calls of the year.
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Old 01-16-2006, 10:38 AM   #27
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I don't really have any investment in that game. however, I am glad Bettis does not have to be responsible for the loss (should it have happened) on his potential retirement!
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Old 01-16-2006, 10:46 AM   #28
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Wow, great game, great ending!

I really felt bad for Bettis when he fumbled, he's one of the leagues real good guys, nice to see that mistake didn't cost them their season.
I did not want Jerome's career to end like that man ... he does not deserve it. Also, Cowher is a great coach and he is over due.
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Old 01-16-2006, 10:53 AM   #29
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The refs were just horrible in this game. That pick that was called incomplete was one of the worst calls of the year.
1. No one touched him.
2. The ground didn't cause a fumble.
3. He LOST the ball before making a football move.

I thought the call was on the spot. In all honestly that wasn't a fumble and if it isn't a fumble it's an incomplete pass!
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Old 01-16-2006, 10:59 AM   #30
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The refs were just horrible in this game. That pick that was called incomplete was one of the worst calls of the year.
I agree totaly with you and the Colts should have never had that second chance in the game. They where beat in every part of the game and the Ref's even tried to help them. I will be real intrested to hear the head of the Ref's explain this call on the NFL network.
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