Steelers escape with 13-9 win over Br...

Steelers escape with 13-9 win over Browns

There are 10 comments on the Houston Chronicle story from Jan 1, 2012, titled Steelers escape with 13-9 win over Browns. In it, Houston Chronicle reports that:

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward tries to leap over Cleveland Browns defensive back Dimitri Patterson after a 9-yard reception in the third quarter of their NFL football game on Sunday, Jan.

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Ouch

Baltimore, MD

#1 Jan 2, 2012
Brees breaks Marino's record with TD!!

Hines Ward caught his 1000th pass for a 3 yard LOSS!! LOL!!!
Rex J Steelman

Slippery Rock, PA

#2 Jan 3, 2012
Ouch wrote:
Brees breaks Marino's record with TD!!
Hines Ward caught his 1000th pass for a 3 yard LOSS!! LOL!!!
Is this the most pathetic case of sour grapes ever posted? Wow, what a burn! Too bad they don't keep stats on "concussions handed out to Ravens defenders." It would be another great number to etch on his Hall of Fame pedestal.
Flag on the play

Baltimore, MD

#3 Jan 6, 2012
Rex J Steelman wrote:
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Is this the most pathetic case of sour grapes ever posted? Wow, what a burn! Too bad they don't keep stats on "concussions handed out to Ravens defenders." It would be another great number to etch on his Hall of Fame pedestal.
Also he must be proud of having a rule named in his Cheapshot-ass Honor the 'Hines Ward' rule!!

But .....

Ray Ray returned the favor and Hines hasn't been right since!! LOL!!

And in front of his HOME crowd !! KARMA!!!

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Steelerfan

United States

#4 Jan 8, 2012
Go Houston!!!!!!

;)
Bye Bye

Baltimore, MD

#5 Jan 9, 2012
Looks like Hines has played his last game, maybe he can try out for another dance show, I hear they're bringing back SOOOOOOUUUUUUULLLLLL Train! LOL!!!
clem

Hamilton, Canada

#6 Jan 9, 2012
Bye Bye wrote:
Looks like Hines has played his last game, maybe he can try out for another dance show, I hear they're bringing back SOOOOOOUUUUUUULLLLLL Train! LOL!!!
Don Cornelius

Since: Jun 10

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#7 Jan 16, 2012
The Baltimore Ravens are basically just the old Cleveland Browns in drag. Garbage franchise.
Sooo

Baltimore, MD

#8 Jan 16, 2012
Da Gubment wrote:
The Baltimore Ravens are basically just the old Cleveland Browns in drag. Garbage franchise.
How 'bout the Indy Colts, St. Louis Rams,Detroit Lions, KC Chiefs, Washington Redskins, NY Yankees, SF Giants, LA Dodgers,Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers, Washington Nationals, LA Lakers, Atlanta Hawks, Sac. Kings, NO Hornets, O.C. Thunder, Calgary Flames, Dallas Stars, Phoenix Coyotes, Carolina Hurricanes, Colorada Avalanche, NJ Devils .....?????

Since: Jun 10

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#9 Jan 17, 2012
Sooo wrote:
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How 'bout the Indy Colts, St. Louis Rams,Detroit Lions, KC Chiefs, Washington Redskins, NY Yankees, SF Giants, LA Dodgers,Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers, Washington Nationals, LA Lakers, Atlanta Hawks, Sac. Kings, NO Hornets, O.C. Thunder, Calgary Flames, Dallas Stars, Phoenix Coyotes, Carolina Hurricanes, Colorada Avalanche, NJ Devils .....?????
The obvious difference is that the Colts moved from Baltimore to Indy because of a complete lack of fan support. The Colts only averaged something like 22,000 fans for home games in their final season in Baltimore. Cleveland, on the other hand, fully supported the Browns no matter what and in the end they still lost their team to a city that only cares about their team as long as they are winning. Once the Ravens start having 3-13 or 4-12 seasons you can bet that their home stadium will be empty once again
Big Earl

Philadelphia, PA

#10 Jan 17, 2012
Da Gubment wrote:
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The obvious difference is that the Colts moved from Baltimore to Indy because of a complete lack of fan support. The Colts only averaged something like 22,000 fans for home games in their final season in Baltimore. Cleveland, on the other hand, fully supported the Browns no matter what and in the end they still lost their team to a city that only cares about their team as long as they are winning. Once the Ravens start having 3-13 or 4-12 seasons you can bet that their home stadium will be empty once again
All good points. I would add that most of today's Ravens fans were once Redskins fans back when the Redskins were winning Super Bowls under Joe Gibbs. If you notice once the Redskins got batter and the Colts started to suck in the early 80's Baltimore fans quickly jumped ship to root for the Skins. The Ravens and the City of Baltimore will never be respected for stealing the Browns from Cleveland after many years of whining about how the Colts snuck out of town in the middle of the night. Hippocracy at its' finest.

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