biju wrote:How about this stat:
Pittsburgh's home record against teams with winning records is 1-3. (lost to Cincinnati, Jacksonville, and New England; beat Chicago)
We're not playing at home. That's the whole point of the stat.
Do you really consider this game an "away" game? Didn't I just hear everyone say this was going to be considered a home game due to the proximity of Pittsburgh to Detroit?
How about this: as far as how many Steelers fans are going to be there compared to the rest of the crowd it's going to be like
a home game.
biju wrote:The opponents regular season record is actually 126-130 (.492) for the Steelers and 110-146 (.429) for the Seahawks. Your numbers included the playoffs.
My stat is correct. You read it wrong. I didn't say it was their "regular season opponents regular season record". I said it was their "opponents regular season record".
Ok, but that's artificially creating distance between the two teams since you've played 3 playoff games as opposed to our two. Yeah I read it wrong but you're not comparing the same thing since the Steelers played more game.
Who cares really. The truth is one of us is going to be able to come back here in 24 hours and say "I told you so." Until then I don't care what silly statistic you think is going to determine the game.