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Author Topic: AFC CHAMPIONSHIP-- January 18th-- Ravoons at Steelers  (Read 18547 times)
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« Reply #340 on: Jan 18, 2009 at 23:23 »

One more for a shot at number six. Wow. This is a sweet feeling.

Five seemed so so far away at times and now we're right on the cusp of a record-setting sixth. Let's get back in the lab, work out what we need to, and prevail.

One more, boys. Let's get it.

FEBRUARY FOOTBALL
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« Reply #341 on: Jan 19, 2009 at 09:01 »

Steelers 24 Ratbirds 13.  I just see the RC Coach and QB for Balt. being exposed in this one.  Fucco has completed like 20 passes in two playoff games.  He will have to throw in this one as their running attack probably will have a bad day. 
Ben 240 Yds and 2tds Ward and Ward ( the Ratbirds favorite Steeler) 1 Int.  Parker 95 yds and a TD.  D 5 sacks and 2 picks.
Ratbirds 89 yds rushing and Fucco 14 of 33 170 a TD and 3 picks.
Here We Go STEELERS!

Almost had the score right and almost with Fucco also. 
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« Reply #342 on: Jan 19, 2009 at 13:43 »

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Running him consistently between the tackles was a mistake, and that's on BA.

When the Ravens ran the ball effectively, they did so with counters designed to slide off the back side of the blitz or run support.  I couldn't figure out why in the hell BA wouldn't at least attack the edges of Baltimore once or twice; and, no, WR screens and end arounds don't count.  Give Willie a chance to find a cut back lane; student body left ain't cutting it with this team.
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« Reply #343 on: Jan 20, 2009 at 08:06 »

I have to say, I feel partially responsible for the win vs the Ravens.  I went with the long sleeve Steeler fleece, just like the previous game vs Chargers.  Was getting pissed, and hot, when it looked like the game was slipping away, The O couldn't do crap, the Ravens were getting the ball back, and the D was starting to leak.  As soon as the Raven's returned the kick, I shedded the fleece.  BANG - Unnecessary roughness, and Balty starts at their 15.  Shortly after that, Troy returns the pick for a TD.  YAHTZEEEEEE!!!!!!!
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« Reply #344 on: Jan 20, 2009 at 09:14 »

I have to say, I feel partially responsible for the win vs the Ravens.  I went with the long sleeve Steeler fleece, just like the previous game vs Chargers.  Was getting pissed, and hot, when it looked like the game was slipping away, The O couldn't do crap, the Ravens were getting the ball back, and the D was starting to leak.  As soon as the Raven's returned the kick, I shedded the fleece.  BANG - Unnecessary roughness, and Balty starts at their 15.  Shortly after that, Troy returns the pick for a TD.  YAHTZEEEEEE!!!!!!!

You mean I sacrificed my neighbor's pet for nothing!!?
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« Reply #345 on: Jan 20, 2009 at 11:37 »

I did say partially, so the sacrifice wasn't for nothing.
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