Pittsburgh gets payback on Ravens

Pittsburgh gets payback on Ravens

There are 8 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Nov 6, 2007, titled Pittsburgh gets payback on Ravens. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

In a season in which the Ravens have taken several shots to their pride, they might have received the knockout blow last night.

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Since: Jun 07

AOL

#1 Nov 6, 2007
Steve Bisciotti, is sitting in his easy chair, he sees his Ravens being humiliated by the hated Pittsburgh Steelers. His venerated defense, so highly respected at the beginning of the year, looks like a last place Pop Warner team. His multi-million dollar quarterback cannot throw the football more than eight yards, and his back-up can't seem to throw it under seventy. On each offensive play, the $4 million left tackle is yelling at his defensive opponent, "Watch my toe! Watch my toe!" and the defensive end obliges by running around him. Meanwhile, the team's offensive guru/ head coach is running up and down the sidelines looking for the lost pages of his playbook with the plays over eight yards. Bisciotti jumps up from his chair, and mutters, "That's the last time I'm eating a whipped cream and anchovies pizza this late at night." Thinking his horrible dream over, he yells to his wife in the other room, "Hon, you wouldn't believe the nightmare I just had." The answer came almost immediately, "Yes, I would, dear, I watched the game, too!" Stunned, he slowly turns toward the TV set, he hears the announcer saying, "..and, now, here's a recap of tonight's Baltimore/Pittsburgh game." Steve grabs his head with both hands and screams!(insert Twilight Zone theme)
CMH Stiller

Columbus, OH

#2 Nov 6, 2007
The Purple Browns are done. Does the genius realize that McNair, Mason, Ogden and R Lewis are rapidly fading into the twilight of their carreers? Time to start rebuilding, Billick.
Justin

Sterling, VA

#3 Nov 6, 2007
We are Steeler nation. This is looking like 2006 season with Ben and our defense looked unstoppable on Monday night. All I can say is bring on the Pats.
Silverback Rising

Slippery Rock, PA

#4 Nov 6, 2007
Justin wrote:
We are Steeler nation. This is looking like 2006 season with Ben and our defense looked unstoppable on Monday night. All I can say is bring on the Pats.
i hope you mean january/february 2006.
Adrian Grant

Simcoe, Canada

#5 Nov 6, 2007
I am a huge Steeler fan who resides in Toronto. They are the real deal. They will most certainly finish at worst 3rd in the AFC. Watch for a possible upset victory over the unbeaten Patroits. Nobody is perfect. Pittsburgh will be ready to bring the defence needed to tame Brady. The whole nation will be shocked.
Ex-Ratbird Fan

Silver Spring, MD

#6 Nov 6, 2007
Justin wrote:
We are Steeler nation. This is looking like 2006 season with Ben and our defense looked unstoppable on Monday night. All I can say is bring on the Pats.
Justin,
You must mean the 2005-2006 season. The Steelers could have scored 60 points on the Ratbirds but let up just to be sportsmanlike in the second half. As for the Ratbirds the stench of Modell is still haunting the franchise forevermore!
Warren

United States

#7 Nov 7, 2007
This game was an overwhelming statement for the Steelers and was all the sweeter due to the fact that Ray Lewis ineffectively attempted to intimidate the Steelers before the game with his street-thug personality. This game proved that Ray Lewis is no longer a major force on the field and is a has-been in the making.
Rex J Steelman

Slippery Rock, PA

#8 Nov 7, 2007
Warren wrote:
This game was an overwhelming statement for the Steelers and was all the sweeter due to the fact that Ray Lewis ineffectively attempted to intimidate the Steelers before the game with his street-thug personality. This game proved that Ray Lewis is no longer a major force on the field and is a has-been in the making.
I do love the way Ray Lewis jumps up and down and foams at the mouth and it rarely seems to do anything at all for his team. They showed a close-up of one of the youngsters on the team as Lewis screamed into his face, and the kid was sullen and glassy-eyed and distant, obviously thinking about his X-Box score from that afternoon. They weren't around when Lewis was THE MAN, and now, even if he thinks he's a father-figure, he's really more of a crazy uncle. Just nod and smile and ignore.

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