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Postby Alkaholik » Mon Jan 15, 2007 4:00 pm

lol how bout them steelers?

oh yea thats right, you didnt make the playoffs.

good luck on that coach-4-hire campaign too.
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Postby A Fleshner Fantasy » Mon Jan 15, 2007 6:14 pm

steelerfan513 wrote:
SeaWolf wrote:
Alkaholik wrote:
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SeaWolf wrote:Great game by both teams. I knew deep down inside that Chicago would not blow us out like many people thought would happen. I felt we would win, take out some bad calls and maybe we would have had a better chance.


I seriously hope you were implying bad PLAY calls and not trying to blame this on the refs again... :-?


Sorry, I should have said, take out some bad play calling by Holmgren/Hasselbeck. The refs didn't blow the game for us.


lol, i was gonna say.....i didnt see much bad reffing....it was a well fought game.


The bad calls or nocalls by the refs didn't cost us this game, unlike the game last year that ended our season. ;-)


Wow, you're still talking about that? :-t :-t


Stop complaining about Seahawks fans complaining. As a Pats fan I get more ... for people talking about how "lucky" the Pats are, cuz they can't admit they are good in 1 day than you do about the reffing in a full year.

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Postby fantasizing » Mon Jan 15, 2007 8:24 pm

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fantasizing wrote:But after watching Hass and SA work that Chicago D pretty good, Im even more convinced New Orleans will spank Chicago pretty good.


I'm trying to figure out if you are saying Seattle's O sucks and NO sould roll on Chicago's D or that since Seattle could move the ball NO will too. :-?

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The latter. Seattle did have the number 1 ranked offense last year. Eventually talent like that breaks out sooner or later. But all you hear all year long is how great Chicago's D is, yet Seattle was able to move the ball. New Orleans should have no problem.
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Postby SeaWolf » Mon Jan 15, 2007 9:10 pm

fantasizing wrote:
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fantasizing wrote:But after watching Hass and SA work that Chicago D pretty good, Im even more convinced New Orleans will spank Chicago pretty good.


I'm trying to figure out if you are saying Seattle's O sucks and NO sould roll on Chicago's D or that since Seattle could move the ball NO will too. :-?

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The latter. Seattle did have the number 1 ranked offense last year. Eventually talent like that breaks out sooner or later. But all you hear all year long is how great Chicago's D is, yet Seattle was able to move the ball. New Orleans should have no problem.


This what I thought you said. NO in a route. ;-D
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Postby steelerfan513 » Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:17 am

Alkaholik wrote:lol how bout them steelers?

oh yea thats right, you didnt make the playoffs.

good luck on that coach-4-hire campaign too.


I'm honestly not jealous at all. First of all, the Steelers would be at least 11-5 if they had your wimpy schedule. They could beat the Seahawks any day. Second, at least I'm able to take them being ousted like a man. If the Seahawks missed a playoffs, it would be the refs' faults.

I'm still waiting for a Seahawks fan to give the Steelers credit for what they did last year. :-t

And Fleshner, at least the Pats won 3 Super Bowls. No one can question that. The Steelers only won one, and it is still being questioned by Seahawks fans, even almost a year later.
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