Speaking softly, carrying big sacks

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Bobby

New York, NY

#163 Dec 12, 2008
stew wrote:
<quoted text>peyton struggles against the 3-4 are you kidding, dont he own the ravens, he has beat the steelers a few times. wow do you watch football
You must didn't see in the playoffs when Baltimore held Indy from scoring a touchdown something just about no team has been able to do in the past decade. Their has been several occasions when Baltimore constantly confused Petyon. They lost because they were out on the field for 40 minutes which usually means you will lose. Should Baltimore have had a real coach at the time they would've won that game.
Bobby is a Fool

New York, NY

#164 Dec 12, 2008
Bobby wrote:
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Ben put them on his back? Whoa, slow down a bit there. Ben has never put the Steelers on his back. Their D has but not Ben. Ben is purely a hand off machine, that's all his is and probably all he will be. What's Ben record when he actually has to pass the football around more than say 15 to 20 times?...I'll let you think about that one. As for the Steelers run...remember when Van Oel Hoffen took out Palmer in that divisional round? I do. That's what sprung on their run.
News flash lil' Bobby: when the Steelers made their Super Bowl run, the Steelers run game couldn't break a stinking THREE yards a carry through the AFC playoffs! Meanwhile Big Ben was still putting up 125 and 145 rating games -- THAT'S called carrying a team on your back.(Betcha didn't know that didya smart guy?)

As for quality of Super Bowls, let's face it, Kerry Collins won that game for the Ravens... and THAT was probably the yawningnest boringest stinkiest Bowl I ever sat through.

As for "hand-off machines" that would be your boy Joe "Mr. Irrelevant" Flacco.
Bobby is a Fool

New York, NY

#165 Dec 12, 2008
Hey Bobby, I'm posting that playoff summary just for you:

Quarterback: Roethlisberger (2385 passing yards, 17 TD, 9 INT) had an outstanding regular season, posting a 98.6 passer rating and generally displaying the presence that led him to be named 2004 NFL Rookie of the Year, but reserved his best play for the postseason. "Big Ben" is 49-of-72 passing (68.1 percent) for 680 yards with seven touchdowns and just one interception through three 2005 playoff games, for a lusty passer rating of 124.8.

Running Backs: The Steelers running game has struggled somewhat during the playoffs, with both Willie Parker (1202 rushing yards, 18 receptions, 5 TD), and Jerome Bettis (368 rushing yards, 9 TD) averaging well under four yards per carry. Parker has just 132 yards on 47 carries (2.8 avg.) on the ground...
-- Cold Hard Football Facts

THAT'S what you call a Franchise QB stepping up and passing like a champ n9 matter how poor his "run support" is. It's what you hope your boy Joe "We Won By 2 TDs While I Put Up a Whopping 130 Yards Passing, And We Ran it 11 Straight Times on Our First TD Drive" Flacco might be someday. Ah you can dream...
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#166 Dec 12, 2008
Biff wrote:
<quoted text>You Sir, are an idiot. No, Mike Merriweather is not dead...and as far as we all know, he did not use steroids. He also did not really play in that era when some team/players used some sort of enhanncements.
So go do some research or shut the f up.
I am glad he is alive, and thank you for calling me sir ( as you should ). That means he'll be able to enjoy watching his old ( and mostly dead team ) get thier over rated a*ses kicked in Bmore for the 7th time in a row. Thanks for playing BIFF!!! You go girl!!
Biff

Annapolis, MD

#167 Dec 12, 2008
Joe Mess East BMore wrote:
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I am glad he is alive, and thank you for calling me sir ( as you should ). That means he'll be able to enjoy watching his old ( and mostly dead team ) get thier over rated a*ses kicked in Bmore for the 7th time in a row. Thanks for playing BIFF!!! You go girl!!
Again. Mike Merriweather did not play in that era, chief. So I am not sure why you keep driving at that point. I would venture to guess most of his teammates are alive and well.

Also, are you so niave that you believe that the Steelers were the only team that did have a few players who chose to use some sort of artificial enhancement? C'mon.

Man where have I been, I didn't realize that the Ravens have won 6 straight. wow.
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#168 Dec 12, 2008
Biff wrote:
<quoted text> Again. Mike Merriweather did not play in that era, chief. So I am not sure why you keep driving at that point. I would venture to guess most of his teammates are alive and well.
Also, are you so niave that you believe that the Steelers were the only team that did have a few players who chose to use some sort of artificial enhancement? C'mon.
Man where have I been, I didn't realize that the Ravens have won 6 straight. wow.
Yeah, that's what happens if you watch too much ESPN.
Biff

Annapolis, MD

#169 Dec 12, 2008
Joe Mess East BMore wrote:
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Yeah, that's what happens if you watch too much ESPN.
You don't even make any sense...where are your facts man? And again, what is your freaking point?

Since: Dec 08

Latrobe, PA

#170 Dec 12, 2008
Joe Mess East BMore wrote:
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Yeah, that's what happens if you watch too much ESPN.
I am not too much of a fan of ESPN anyway
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#171 Dec 13, 2008
Biff wrote:
<quoted text>You don't even make any sense...where are your facts man? And again, what is your freaking point?
Biff. SHHH, your Mommy might her you typing too hard in the basement and throw you out. Quiet down before you get yourself in trouble BIFF. Man your parents must have hated you to give you that name dude. If my Dad named me that, I would have kicked his ass and changed it. You however, enjoy it obviously. Get off with your bad self. Merry Christmas BIFF ;---)
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#172 Dec 13, 2008
Biff 33 wrote:
<quoted text> I am not too much of a fan of ESPN anyway
Yeah me neither.

Since: Dec 08

Latrobe, PA

#173 Dec 13, 2008
Joe Mess East BMore wrote:
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Biff. SHHH, your Mommy might her you typing too hard in the basement and throw you out. Quiet down before you get yourself in trouble BIFF. Man your parents must have hated you to give you that name dude. If my Dad named me that, I would have kicked his **** and changed it. You however, enjoy it obviously. Get off with your bad self. Merry Christmas BIFF ;---)
You parents must have not liked you either to give you a long name like.:)
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#174 Dec 13, 2008
"It's so loud and crazy there," Roethlisberger said. "Their defense gets excited there. If you look at them, it's amazing, they're such a different team when they play at home.

"That's probably the place I hate to play at the most."

Roethlisberger has no good memories from Baltimore. The Steelers are 0-4 there during his era, although he has played just 1 1/2 games there. He sat out last season to get ready for the playoffs and missed the '05 game because of a knee injury.

Roethlisberger made his NFL debut in Baltimore early in the '04 season after starter Tommy Maddox went down with a serious elbow injury. His first pass was incomplete, his second intercepted. "I remember being scared to death," he said.

It's surprising Roethlisberger remembers anything about the '06 game. He was sacked a career-high nine times, including one brutal, but clean, hit from linebacker Bart Scott. "Oh, yeah," Roethlisberger said when asked if that's the hardest he has been hit. "I remember seeing my feet go up in the air. Then, I remember not being able to breathe."
Yard Birds

AOL

#175 Dec 14, 2008
Joe Mess East BMore and his big mouth. So sad to see the Ravens still cant beat a good well coached team. Bunch of jokes.
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#176 Dec 15, 2008
Yard Birds wrote:
Joe Mess East BMore and his big mouth. So sad to see the Ravens still cant beat a good well coached team. Bunch of jokes.
As for the game, you can't complain when you score only 9 points. As far as you go dude. You are a joke.
GO STEELERS

Philadelphia, PA

#177 Dec 15, 2008
Joe Mess East BMore wrote:
"It's so loud and crazy there," Roethlisberger said. "Their defense gets excited there. If you look at them, it's amazing, they're such a different team when they play at home.
"That's probably the place I hate to play at the most."
Roethlisberger has no good memories from Baltimore. The Steelers are 0-4 there during his era, although he has played just 1 1/2 games there. He sat out last season to get ready for the playoffs and missed the '05 game because of a knee injury.
Roethlisberger made his NFL debut in Baltimore early in the '04 season after starter Tommy Maddox went down with a serious elbow injury. His first pass was incomplete, his second intercepted. "I remember being scared to death," he said.
It's surprising Roethlisberger remembers anything about the '06 game. He was sacked a career-high nine times, including one brutal, but clean, hit from linebacker Bart Scott. "Oh, yeah," Roethlisberger said when asked if that's the hardest he has been hit. "I remember seeing my feet go up in the air. Then, I remember not being able to breathe."
And he won.
Yard Birds

AOL

#178 Dec 15, 2008
Poor Joe Mess, dishes it out but cant take it. I sure ope the mighty Ravens dont choke in the last 2 games.
Yard Birds

AOL

#179 Dec 15, 2008
hope...
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#180 Dec 16, 2008
Yard Birds wrote:
Poor Joe Mess, dishes it out but cant take it. I sure ope the mighty Ravens dont choke in the last 2 games.
I can take anything b*tch. If onlu you would craw out from your hole.....jsut once. I would.....
Burp

Houston, TX

#181 Dec 16, 2008
You sound like TO.

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