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« on: Feb 02, 2009 at 08:15 »

Mike Sando, ESPN writer outta lose his job.  You can see he is still pissed about SB XL.

Mike Sando joined ESPN.com in 2007 after nine seasons covering the Seattle Seahawks for the Tacoma (Wash.) News Tribune. He previously covered Washington State University football and basketball for the Spokane (Wash.) Spokesman-Review. Mike grew up in Northern California before attending Whitworth College, graduating in 1992 with a B.A. in political studies. He lives in the Seattle-Tacoma area with his wife and their two sons.

Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando

TAMPA, Fla. -- Kurt Warner might forever replay in his mind the killer interception James Harrison returned for a 100-yard touchdown to end the first half of Super Bowl XLIII.

Warner needed referee Terry McAulay to review the final play of the game, but it never happened.

NFL history will never know what might have happened next.

Warner deserved a chance to find out.

A replay reversal would have given Warner and the Arizona Cardinals one last chance to complete a jump ball pass to Larry Fitzgerald, the king of jump ball receivers, from the Pittsburgh Steelers' 29-yard line.

For Warner, a second Super Bowl title and spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame might have been at stake.

Whether or not you thought Warner fumbled or threw incomplete on the Cardinals' final play, this epic finish merited a second look.



How is Harrison still in game for Steelers?

February 1, 2009 9:48 PM


Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando

TAMPA, Fla. -- Officiating won't be the reason for defeat if the Cardinals lose this game, but we'll hear plenty about James Harrison's dirty tactics against Arizona's Aaron Francisco on that punt.

The officials obviously saw the infraction. They penalized Harrison on the play. How could an official see one player punch another player in the back, then deck that player, without ejecting him from the game?

Expect the Cardinals to ask that question following this game.


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Unbelievable, except this is what Arizona does

February 1, 2009 10:01 PM


Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando

TAMPA, Fla. -- The Steelers weren't going to shut down Larry Fitzgerald all game, were they? No, they were not. That 62-yard touchdown for a 23-20 Cardinals lead with less than three minutes remaining bailed out a few people wearing red uniforms, and possibly some of the guys wearing black and white stripes (depending on your interpretation of the rules.)

Unbelievable, except that the Cardinals have been making plays on every defense during the playoffs. This game started to turn for Arizona when Darnell Dockett took over on defense for Arizona. If the Cardinals' defense holds, he needs to get a lot of the credit.




I would like to beat this douchebag into submission.

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« Reply #1 on: Feb 02, 2009 at 08:22 »

You know, we're just going to have to hear this tired crap, so we might as well deal with it.  I stupidly checked the Cardinals board this morning, and the whining is just unreal.  This talk about the refs is really just not worthy of the game and certainly not fitting to the Cardinals and their efforts as a team.
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« Reply #2 on: Feb 02, 2009 at 12:39 »

A replay reversal would have given Warner and the Arizona Cardinals one last chance to complete a jump ball pass to Larry Fitzgerald, the king of jump ball receivers, from the Pittsburgh Steelers' 29-yard line.

Im sorry but it would have been from the 45 yard line had the play been reversed anyhoo.  that 15 yard penalty by Farrior would have been negated.
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