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post #61 of 86
No, Eastern PA dweller. and I don't think you want to face the defending champs. But congrats on locking up home field.
post #62 of 86
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Originally Posted by PA Ridge Racer
No, Eastern PA dweller. and I don't think you want to face the defending champs. But congrats on locking up home field.
Yeah having home field locked up is nice but I'm worried about TO now. Nothing is certain yet and I have faith in TO's work ethic.

Ridge Racer, what resorts do you frequent in PA?

I'm a big Elk and Montage Fan but Blue isn't bad for a quick hour drive from my house.
post #63 of 86
I hate to break it to the Eagles fans, but no NFC team has a chance in the the Super Bowl. I don't care if its against the Steelers, Pats, or even the Colts.
post #64 of 86

Jacksonville here we come!!!

Steelers going to punk the Bills next weekend then the Ravens the weekend after that. May need to take Super Bowl weekend away from the mountains. Anybody have Super Bowl tickets they want to sell?
post #65 of 86
Thread Starter 
go Miami!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
post #66 of 86
33-30 would be a win, 28-29 would be a loss!

CHRISTMAS HAS COME EARLY!!! GO FINS!!! That Giants game was ugly, but oh my, has that Dolphins game made me feel a whole lot better.

One more win for home-field advantage!
post #67 of 86
Is it just me but has there been a profound lack of yipping and yapping from the Patsie fans here this week?

I should be on the mountain today but I got a head that feels like it has been filled with cement and a nose and eyes that are running like the mouth of a ridge racer. I guess I'll just watch dem Stillers whoop on da Ravings today.

I gotta feeling..........
post #68 of 86
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Originally Posted by Springhill Crazie
Is it just me but has there been a profound lack of yipping and yapping from the Patsie fans here this week?

I should be on the mountain today but I got a head that feels like it has been filled with cement and a nose and eyes that are running like the mouth of a ridge racer. I guess I'll just watch dem Stillers whoop on da Ravings today.

I gotta feeling..........
I mean what can I say? I was trying to forget that disgusting loss on the slopes all weeK. But I'm looking at the bright side here. Your reward for gaining home field? Payton Manning and the Colts in the second round. I'll take the Chargers thank you. Congratulations on winning the #1 seed. The Steelers deserve it. They beat us and we made the stupid mistakes (Dolphins game). But remember who the defending Champions are. In the words of Darth Vader.."Do not underestimate the force".
post #69 of 86
Okay I stand corrected. It looks like the Chargers are the 4 seed. Stupid Payton Manning became superman again. I thought the Chargers had them
post #70 of 86
Hook set, fish reeled in.

Hey racer, it's gonna be a fun play-off no matter who meets who. The AFC is just tough. All the teams that make it to the post season are very good. I think the Steelers will go all the way but I'm just genetically predisposed to think that way having been born and raised in the Greater Pittsburgh area and having breathed in the soot and iron oxide dust from steel making all my life. Being old enough to have watched those marvelous teams of the '70's also cements my loyalty.
post #71 of 86
Unless the Broncos make it in because their competition can't win, either. They stink, and yet they may get a wildcard spot! They'll get their fannies kicked in the first game (like every year since Elway) and go home licking their wounds to figure out how to talk their way out of it, again.
post #72 of 86
Oh Dear God Ben... Get well soon! I'm guessing he'll be OK (after all, he was able to throw a couple passes even after he got hurt), but we need him for the stretch run.

Three games to go! (Buffalo doesn't count as it's meaningless to the Steelers).
post #73 of 86
Big Ben's bruised ribs should be good to go come playoff time. Tom Maddox will start against the Bills. The Bus will be resting a sprained wheel by his own request thus giving up the chance to get yet another 1000 yard season. Townsed will be nursing several broken bones in his hand and will not play until crunch time in three weeks. Many vets will see limited time against he Bills but I think the Stillers will play to win.

I vote Jerome team MVP. He has been a selfless leader and carried the Steelers to victory when the passing game went null after Plax's injury.

Here we go Stillers, here we go!
post #74 of 86
Cheer the Stillers, the black and the gold...the town of pittsburgh's heart and soul...cower power will get the job done...F the Pat were going to get oone for the thumb

suck it ridge racer....go steelers!!!!!
post #75 of 86
will be beat by the Bills tomorrow!
post #76 of 86
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Originally Posted by Lars
will be beat by the Bills tomorrow!
Maybe Lars but it matters not to the Steeler. With hopes for the post season on the line the Bills should win this game. Most Steeler starters will see limited action but I think the Steelers will still give them a tough time. In fact, I think they'll win and send the Bills to an early golf outing.
post #77 of 86
Thread Starter 
Nice Egg you laid there Buffalo!
post #78 of 86
The Bills got beat by the Steelers JV team!!
post #79 of 86
Well, I thought for sure that the Steelers would be facing the Chargers, but I guess we have to take on the Jets, again. I don't think the Steelers will win in a walk, but I think the Steelers have too many weapons on both sides of the ball for the Jets to deal with.

I'm just glad the Colts and Pats are taking care of each other!
post #80 of 86

Skiing on hold for playoffs?

Maybe its just a coincidence, but has anyone else noticed that the regions with teams still in the playoffs have no skiing? My case: Utah with no teams...Skiing in early November. California Bay Area teams never in the running, skiing started in October. Once Seattle lost, big snow in January. Denver ousted, big storm. Green Bay out...bitter cold temps and snow mid-January in N. Michigan and Wisconsin. Texas, Arizona and New Mexico have had more snow than parts of New England. Still some holes in the theory, but then again, there never was any skiing in Miami, Orlando or Atlanta.

So when do you think skiing will begin at 7-Springs? After the Super Bowl?
BTW, waving my terrible towel between runs
post #81 of 86
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cirquerider
Maybe its just a coincidence, but has anyone else noticed that the regions with teams still in the playoffs have no skiing? My case: Utah with no teams...Skiing in early November. California Bay Area teams never in the running, skiing started in October. Once Seattle lost, big snow in January. Denver ousted, big storm. Green Bay out...bitter cold temps and snow mid-January in N. Michigan and Wisconsin. Texas, Arizona and New Mexico have had more snow than parts of New England. Still some holes in the theory, but then again, there never was any skiing in Miami, Orlando or Atlanta.

So when do you think skiing will begin at 7-Springs? After the Super Bowl?
BTW, waving my terrible towel between runs
HAHA that is a pretty interesting theory there!

In that case, I hope it doesn't snow in Philly until Feb. 7th to celebrate!
post #82 of 86
Oh my god, they did it. It didn't look too good for a minute or two...
post #83 of 86
On the two missed FGs:

"I've never seen anything like it," Steelers linebacker Larry Foote said. "I'm not going to say it was a miracle, because that's crippled people getting up and walking, the blind seeing. But that's the closest thing to it I've ever seen."
post #84 of 86
Thread Starter 
Tickets for Sunday's AFC Championship game between the Steelers and the New England Patriots were selling for between $200 to $500 a ticket this morning on eBay.

But some New York Jets fans, still stung by the gut-wrenching loss Saturday to the Steelers, are selling something else: their kicker who missed two field goals that could have beaten the Steelers and given the Jets a shot at the AFC title.

The head of Jets place kicker Doug Brien, probably one of the most reviled New Yorkers this week, is being sold on a silver platter (all in good fun, of course) and so far has garnered bids as high as $11.50. The seller says the winner can "own a piece of history. The sole reason the Jets season is over!"

One eBay seller is jokingly selling the kicker himself.


"Up for auction is the New York Jets kicker, Doug Brien. Free delivery if auction reaches $5.00. The NY Jets have decided he's absolutely worthless and are willing to sell him at any price. ... We're interested in a kicker who can make a field goal at least once out of two attempts when a playoff game depends on it," the auction item reads.
post #85 of 86
boy the steelers are getting destroyed right now

24-3



Go EAGLES!!!!
post #86 of 86
Well, I tried to watch the game in Austria. The closest thing I could find was the Welsh Snooker Championships.

Perhaps it is just as well.
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