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Franklin Countians root for 4 'home' teams in the NFL

There are 25 comments on the Public Opinion story from Sep 2, 2009, titled Franklin Countians root for 4 'home' teams in the NFL. In it, Public Opinion reports that:

This season promises plenty of excitement for local football fans, with the Pittsburgh Steelers trying to repeat their Super Bowl success and the returns of Michael Vick and Brett Favre.

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Elizabethtown, PA

#22 Sep 3, 2009
Danny Boy wrote:
GO STEELERS!!!! I'm feeling a REPEAT!!!
I alos can't wait to see Favre play The packers and to see how Vick does!
Me too, that's gonna be a hell of a game. I tried to get tickets....It would of cost about 5k between tickets, airfare, accom. not worth it.
thank goodness for the NFL pkg, on direct tv. I guess we should start a new thread though, probably boring some!
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Saint Paul, MN

#23 Sep 3, 2009
Vikings-Steelers in Miami. The guy in the article Tice thinking the cheese is going to the super bowl must have drank some bad beer after mass or something. 6-10 last year to super bowl this year? I will convert to a Packer fan if that happens. The whole key to our season is HEALTH (as you could argue for many teams I suppose) Please please put 8 or 9 in the box against us. Cheech Harvin and Bernard will light it up. Favre is already starting to get a vibe with Shiancoe. Play conventional and Adrian will rush for 2k this year. Our defense has been #1 against the run the last 3 years. It is 'the year', if we do not get it done this year it will not get done. I am tired of our coordinators (who were better than the head coaches at the time) Billick, Dungy and Tomlin winning the bowl for other clubs. Make or break for Childress this year also.
Felons league

Paris, TN

#24 Sep 3, 2009
Say What wrote:
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You better check again!!!! ONly jobs they'd be restricted from would be public schools and fed buidlings that required a clearance, all depending on the class of crime they've been convicted of.
I worked with and know of MANY former felons, including one convicted of murder have and are working on state and federal projects!
which is what is wrong with our country

Hagerstown, MD

#25 Sep 3, 2009
Anticipa-a-tion is making me wait......Heinz Field, go Steelers, go...all...the...way!
Georgia Dog

United States

#27 Sep 12, 2009
Felons league wrote:
<quoted text>which is what is wrong with our country
watch soccer

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