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There are 22 comments on the The Morning Call story from Feb 2, 2009, titled CURTAINS FOR CARDS Steelers D forces turnover at end of each ha.... In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Much of Steelers Nation doesn't have to wait for its team to come home to celebrate Pittsburgh's record sixth Super Bowl championship.

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Good Game

Easton, PA

#1 Feb 2, 2009
This was a much better game than I thought it would be. Until 2 days ago I actually forgot there was a Super Bowl. Steelers (and by Steelers I mean Santonio Holmes) did a great job in the end.

The officiating was terrible and very 1 sided. The worst was the safety call that wasn't, but it was righted by the play after. Too bad they couldn't have gotten the Big Ben touchdown call right in the Super Bowl with Seattle when he wasn't in on that play either.

Play of the game was Harrison 100 yard interception return. He is one of my favorite players in the league. I was disappointed to see the play later in the game where he was punching and shoved the Arizona guy that was on the ground. He should have probrably ejected from the game.
BushWasRight

Springfield, VA

#2 Feb 2, 2009
GO STEELERS!!

Glad it wasn't the eagles in the super bowl, at least the CARDS played well and gave Pittsburgh a tough time!!
Steel curtain

Allentown, PA

#3 Feb 2, 2009
Look, I'm a Steelers fan, always have been, always will. Can you other "Steelers" fans PLEASE tell me why you have to keep bringing up the Eagles?????

I don't care if it was the cards or the eagles, the Steelers would've won. Can we please not ruin it and keep bringing up the Eagles???????
McNabbs Mom

Kernersville, NC

#4 Feb 2, 2009
You Steeler fans are lucky my son Donavan was not in that game it would have been a different story !
Reality

Harrisburg, PA

#5 Feb 2, 2009
They won. Now a bunch of losers can get on here and right blogs about how great "their" team is. Pathetic.

“Being polite is not a weakness”

Since: Feb 07

Emmaus

#6 Feb 2, 2009
Grats to the Cards for playing a hell of a game. I was on my feet a couple of times. The Cards kept me guessing and on the edge of my seat til the end when Holmes and Big Ben connected for that last touch down.

The reffing seemed decent enough... better than the Champ games at least.

I'm a born and bred Steelers fan and I'm proud of my team but my hat's definitely off to Arizona. GG
McNabbs Mom

Kernersville, NC

#7 Feb 2, 2009
Steelers sux !!

“Being polite is not a weakness”

Since: Feb 07

Emmaus

#8 Feb 2, 2009
McNabbs Mom wrote:
Steelers sux !!
Yes, definitely. That 6th Superbowl win, without a doubt, demonstrates their suckiness
ILObserver

Philadelphia, PA

#9 Feb 2, 2009
Ward's a little off but it's a common mistake. Steelers first to win six Super Bowls, but actual NFL championships have been won since 1933 and the Packers have nine

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Since: Aug 07

Norristown, PA

#10 Feb 2, 2009
Congrats to the Steelers. I was a fun game to watch.

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Since: Aug 07

Norristown, PA

#11 Feb 2, 2009
Sorry "It was a fun game to watch"
ilovemy2angels

United States

#12 Feb 2, 2009
That was an AWESOME game!! CONGRATULATIONS TO THE STEELERS!!
Only the truth

Allentown, PA

#14 Feb 2, 2009
McNabbs Mom wrote:
Steelers sux !!
Hey McNabb's Mom, is it true you make Donovan eat his Chunky Soup from the can because he chokes whenever he gets near a BOWL?
Black and Gold

Allentown, PA

#15 Feb 2, 2009
Once again, Steelers rule.

Once again, O'Rourke's prediction was wrong....
Pocono Pete

Scranton, PA

#18 Feb 2, 2009
"Steeler Nation"?

How freakin' orginal.

They may have won the big game, but those poor slobs still have to return to that hellhole of a town. There's a reason they call it "Pits"-burgh. The toilet of Pennsylvania.
Amused Crack-er

Bethlehem, PA

#19 Feb 2, 2009
I thought the game was - by FAR - one of the best Super Bowls ever! It wasn't a runaway for either team, and both teams seemed VERY equally matched.

Congratulations to the Steelers for a fine game! But, in my opinion, I also feel that the Cardinals deserve to be celebrating just as much. They may have lost, but they TRULY played their hearts out and earned the spot to be there. So, congratulations to the Cardinals for a game VERY well played!
WHO DEY WE DEY

Butler, PA

#20 Feb 2, 2009
McNabbs Mom wrote:
You Steeler fans are lucky my son Donavan was not in that game it would have been a different story !
Donovan the loser ?
AFC NORTH

Philadelphia, PA

#22 Feb 2, 2009
Good Game wrote:
This was a much better game than I thought it would be. Until 2 days ago I actually forgot there was a Super Bowl. Steelers (and by Steelers I mean Santonio Holmes) did a great job in the end.
The officiating was terrible and very 1 sided. The worst was the safety call that wasn't, but it was righted by the play after. Too bad they couldn't have gotten the Big Ben touchdown call right in the Super Bowl with Seattle when he wasn't in on that play either.
Play of the game was Harrison 100 yard interception return. He is one of my favorite players in the league. I was disappointed to see the play later in the game where he was punching and shoved the Arizona guy that was on the ground. He should have probrably ejected from the game.

Wow, what game, replays and reviews were you watching. The only bad call was the roughing the quarterback in the second of 3 penaltys the cards had on that one drive. And that call was close because he pushed has arms out swaying it to the roughing call, if you would have just bumped him it wouldn't have been called.
Harrison is a great player, the refs made the right call and that is as far as it should go. End of story.
Pitchfork Pat

Philadelphia, PA

#23 Feb 2, 2009
AFC NORTH wrote:
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Wow, what game, replays and reviews were you watching. The only bad call was the roughing the quarterback in the second of 3 penaltys the cards had on that one drive. And that call was close because he pushed has arms out swaying it to the roughing call, if you would have just bumped him it wouldn't have been called.
Harrison is a great player, the refs made the right call and that is as far as it should go. End of story.
Two separate Steeler penalities on the return. The Steelers held, like the Card, on every play, just no calls until their center TACKLED someone in the endzone where 80 million people saw it and they had to call it. The roughing penalty was bullshiiit. If its roughing because he's in the pocket, then its grounding as well. If he's outside the pocket, it's not roughing.

And if we ever get the Greg Brady sideline photo blow-up of the touchdown, everyone will see that the right foot does not get down.

Cards still should have made a stop. But the league got what it wanted, just like when the Seahawks got screwed.

Mike Tomlin is just like Barry Switzer. Inherited a great team and talks a lot of smack. Classless.
Igglessuk

Butler, PA

#24 Feb 2, 2009
Pitchfork Pat wrote:
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Two separate Steeler penalities on the return. The Steelers held, like the Card, on every play, just no calls until their center TACKLED someone in the endzone where 80 million people saw it and they had to call it. The roughing penalty was bullshiiit. If its roughing because he's in the pocket, then its grounding as well. If he's outside the pocket, it's not roughing.
And if we ever get the Greg Brady sideline photo blow-up of the touchdown, everyone will see that the right foot does not get down.
Cards still should have made a stop. But the league got what it wanted, just like when the Seahawks got screwed.
Mike Tomlin is just like Barry Switzer. Inherited a great team and talks a lot of smack. Classless.
lol... shut up already.... look at the td.
Both toes touched end of story....The Eagles suck ...get over it.

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