mattb47 wrote:Honestly, if I saw a survey like that, I wouldn't give it a second thought of filling it out. Like I said, the people who are more likely to take the time to fill something like that out are fans who were unhappy with the way the refs handled the game. Doensn't bother me one bit to see these results.
That's fine. I think the results of the poll represent the general consensus amongst neutral fans who really pay attention and enjoy the game. I don't give a rat's anus about the Seahawks or the Steelers. As a fan, it was my desire to watch a football game that was well played, fairly officiated, and without controversy. It's a shame that didn't happen. You obviously don't agree, and you know what? That's OK.
By the way, I feel the same way about PIT-IND AFC semi's. I love football, and hate to see it devolve into a WWE match..were the outcome is predetermined and every move is choreographed. We're obviously a long way from that kind of scenario...but these last few weeks of games have left me with a horrible feeling. My hat's off to the Steelers. The were good enough to overcome the officiating. The Seahawks weren't.
"Napoleon is not only a provider for his family; he’s an attacker on the field." - Napoleon Harris' website bio