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Steelers' comeback ability a worry to Ravens

There are 56 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Jan 15, 2009, titled Steelers' comeback ability a worry to Ravens. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Maybe it's premature to begin comparing Ben Roethlisberger to John Elway, even if the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback wears No.

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KGB

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Jan 16, 2009
I am a steelers fan but this game scares me, I dont think we can beat them 3 times ina a year.

Ravens 17
Steeelers 10

Sorry.
Big daryle

United States

#3 Jan 16, 2009
I agree, I think the ravens will force enough turnovers to win this game!

Since: Dec 08

Latrobe, PA

#4 Jan 16, 2009
If we can play mistake free and keep Ben off the sod, we will be in decent shape. Getting the ball to Heath Miller will be key to moving the sticks.

Our defense will stop the run and contain Flacco...

Its going to come down to one or two key plays.

GO STEELERS
ny boro

York, PA

#6 Jan 16, 2009
Why do birds fly upside down in pittsburgh? because there is nothing worth shitting on.
Robin

Arlington, VA

#7 Jan 16, 2009
First of all...GO RAVENS!

Secondly, and most importantly, this will be the game of the century. It's the two best teams in the NFL going against each other, and as much as I really hate the Steelers, they're a great team. No one can even predict how this is gonna end. I give it 1 point, either way.

“The Lombardi Sixpack”

Since: Feb 08

East Butler, PA

#8 Jan 16, 2009
ny boro wrote:
Why do birds fly upside down in pittsburgh? because there is nothing worth shitting on.
no it's because they just got their tail kicked and their equilibrium is all messed up!!!
Steel City Chick

Westminster, MD

#9 Jan 16, 2009
I am really tired of all these Baltimore fans!!! First off let me begin by saying these are the same people who cried that another city stole their team and then the city went out and basically stole another city's team. Secondly how can Ray Lewis even still be playing? In the NFL world we have a man who fought dogs and may never be allowed to play but Ray Lewis serves jail time for being involved in a murder of a HUMAN BEING and is still playing?!?! Lastly any team that puts a bounty out on injurying another player (Hines Ward read ESPN if you don't believe me)from another team should be punished by losing draft picks at the very least. I could add more but these posts only allow so many words. I live breathe and die the Steelers and beating the Ravens this weekend would be my Superbowl! Go STEELERS!!

Since: Feb 08

Virginia Beach, VA

#10 Jan 16, 2009
If the turnover differential is significantly in the Ravens favor (i.e. at least +2), I think they have a good shot. Without that, I think too much tilts toward the Steelers - at least on paper. But as they say, that's why they line up and play the game. And it should be a good one either way. The only thing that would really surprise me is if this game is a blow out one way or the other.

Since: Dec 08

Slippery Rock, PA

#11 Jan 16, 2009
ny boro wrote:
Why do birds fly upside down in pittsburgh? because there is nothing worth shitting on.
Someone from YORK dares to comment on anywhere else in the world? Your town makes Love Canal look like the garden of friggin' Eden.

Since: Dec 08

Slippery Rock, PA

#12 Jan 16, 2009
Biff 33 wrote:
If we can play mistake free and keep Ben off the sod, we will be in decent shape. Getting the ball to Heath Miller will be key to moving the sticks.
Our defense will stop the run and contain Flacco...
Its going to come down to one or two key plays.
GO STEELERS
My only real prediction is that we will see some brand new wrinkles on O and D from the Steelers. I expect the blitz schemes to get really exotic, and a lot of draws, traps, screens, reverses, etc.--anything to get runners some space.
Robin

Arlington, VA

#13 Jan 16, 2009
Steel City Chick wrote:
I am really tired of all these Baltimore fans!!! First off let me begin by saying these are the same people who cried that another city stole their team and then the city went out and basically stole another city's team. Secondly how can Ray Lewis even still be playing? In the NFL world we have a man who fought dogs and may never be allowed to play but Ray Lewis serves jail time for being involved in a murder of a HUMAN BEING and is still playing?!?! Lastly any team that puts a bounty out on injurying another player (Hines Ward read ESPN if you don't believe me)from another team should be punished by losing draft picks at the very least. I could add more but these posts only allow so many words. I live breathe and die the Steelers and beating the Ravens this weekend would be my Superbowl! Go STEELERS!!
Ray Lewis never served jail time, genius. He was placed on probation for a year for trying to be the peacemaker in the situation. Do your homework before you post and make yourself sound stupid.

Since: Dec 08

Latrobe, PA

#14 Jan 16, 2009
Robin wrote:
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Ray Lewis never served jail time, genius. He was placed on probation for a year for trying to be the peacemaker in the situation. Do your homework before you post and make yourself sound stupid.
Your right he did not serve official jail time, other than awaiting trial.

But I would hardly call him a 'peacemaker.'
Jopa-n

Trafford, PA

#15 Jan 16, 2009
Robin wrote:
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Ray Lewis never served jail time, genius. He was placed on probation for a year for trying to be the peacemaker in the situation. Do your homework before you post and make yourself sound stupid.
Peacemaker is the guy who says "Hey, get in the limo! We gota get out of here!" Then, tries to deny he had anything to do with it, only to later admit he did let them into his limo to leave the scene of the crime. His claim of innocence based on only that he did not actually plunge the knife. Real peacemaker huh?
Robin

Arlington, VA

#16 Jan 16, 2009
Jopa-n wrote:
<quoted text>Peacemaker is the guy who says "Hey, get in the limo! We gota get out of here!" Then, tries to deny he had anything to do with it, only to later admit he did let them into his limo to leave the scene of the crime. His claim of innocence based on only that he did not actually plunge the knife. Real peacemaker huh?
During the trial, several witnesses whose testimony would supposedly prove Lewis’ guilt had altered their stories initially given to investigators.Their testimonies were supposed to show that Ray Lewis hit, kicked or stabbed someone, and that he even admitted as much afterwards. Instead, the vast majority of testimony had either been inconclusive, or else supported the defense’s contention that Lewis acted solely as a peacemaker, trying to prevent a tragedy that he would be tied to and potentially hurt his career. According to Alan Baverman, "as to Ray Lewis, there is no evidence that he assisted anybody in a stabbing or encouraged anybody to do a stabbing which would make him a party to felony murder, malice murder, or felony assault with a knife."

pulled from official records...try again

Since: Dec 08

Latrobe, PA

#17 Jan 16, 2009
Robin wrote:
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During the trial, several witnesses whose testimony would supposedly prove Lewis’ guilt had altered their stories initially given to investigators.Their testimonies were supposed to show that Ray Lewis hit, kicked or stabbed someone, and that he even admitted as much afterwards. Instead, the vast majority of testimony had either been inconclusive, or else supported the defense’s contention that Lewis acted solely as a peacemaker, trying to prevent a tragedy that he would be tied to and potentially hurt his career. According to Alan Baverman, "as to Ray Lewis, there is no evidence that he assisted anybody in a stabbing or encouraged anybody to do a stabbing which would make him a party to felony murder, malice murder, or felony assault with a knife."
pulled from official records...try again
I don't really care...but he was charged with 'obstruction,' was he not?
Robin

Arlington, VA

#18 Jan 16, 2009
Yes, basically for leaving the scene.

Since: Dec 08

Latrobe, PA

#19 Jan 16, 2009
Robin wrote:
Yes, basically for leaving the scene.
Oh...I thought that was in exchange for testfying against his boys, no?

Since: Nov 08

Manheim, PA

#20 Jan 16, 2009
Robin wrote:
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Ray Lewis never served jail time, genius. He was placed on probation for a year for trying to be the peacemaker in the situation. Do your homework before you post and make yourself sound stupid.
Think So? Just how DAM STUPID ARE YOU???? Ray Lewis is just a nother OJ.He's know more than trailer Trash with Cash.

GO STEELERS!!
Robin

Arlington, VA

#21 Jan 16, 2009
just how DAM stupid are you? That was in official court records pulled from West Law Library...but then again, Squeelers were never really much for rule and logic. Keep living in your inbred fantasy world peaches.
just saying

AOL

#22 Jan 16, 2009
Steel City Chick wrote:
I am really tired of all these Baltimore fans!!! First off let me begin by saying these are the same people who cried that another city stole their team and then the city went out and basically stole another city's team. Secondly how can Ray Lewis even still be playing? In the NFL world we have a man who fought dogs and may never be allowed to play but Ray Lewis serves jail time for being involved in a murder of a HUMAN BEING and is still playing?!?! Lastly any team that puts a bounty out on injurying another player (Hines Ward read ESPN if you don't believe me)from another team should be punished by losing draft picks at the very least. I could add more but these posts only allow so many words. I live breathe and die the Steelers and beating the Ravens this weekend would be my Superbowl! Go STEELERS!!
Well I agree with the Chick! Ravens fans and Marylanders in general are bunch on crybaby's. They did not support the Colts and they lost there team because of it. Damn the owner from leaving and then steal another team from a strong fan base city. Lets not forget how they crapped on the other team from the USFL when they stloe the Browns. Ray Lewis should be in jail and the other Lewis should of been at least kicked out of football too for his drug charges.

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