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Referee of Seattle's Super Bowl loss admits errors

There are 26 comments on the St. Paul Pioneer Press story from Aug 6, 2010, titled Referee of Seattle's Super Bowl loss admits errors. In it, St. Paul Pioneer Press reports that:

Saying "I'll go to my grave" with regret, NFL referee Bill Leavy reopened a Seahawks' wound that won't heal by acknowledging he made mistakes in Seattle's disputed, 2006 Super Bowl loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Steel Crumpets

Leighton Buzzard, UK

#24 Aug 12, 2010
Quite agree about the Ocho Cinco/T.O./Antonio Bryant/Pac-Man Axis of Narcissism. It HAS to implode eventually (probably sooner than eventually). If they could all learn to be humble and team-oriented, the whole thing could be formidable, but just how likely is that?

“The Lombardi Sixpack”

Since: Feb 08

Butler, PA

#25 Aug 12, 2010
Steel Crumpets wrote:
Quite agree about the Ocho Cinco/T.O./Antonio Bryant/Pac-Man Axis of Narcissism. It HAS to implode eventually (probably sooner than eventually). If they could all learn to be humble and team-oriented, the whole thing could be formidable, but just how likely is that?
...and the browns could possibly win the afc north....lol! I can't wait to see how the bungles season unfolds. once they go on a losing streak watch those prima donnas start dumping on anyone and everyone.

“Steelers vs. Ditka? Steelers.”

Since: Aug 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#26 Aug 12, 2010
Steel Crumpets wrote:
Quite agree about the Ocho Cinco/T.O./Antonio Bryant/Pac-Man Axis of Narcissism. It HAS to implode eventually (probably sooner than eventually). If they could all learn to be humble and team-oriented, the whole thing could be formidable, but just how likely is that?
Yeah, and if they could possibly be humble they wouldn't all be playing for the Bengals right now!
Steel Crumpets

Leighton Buzzard, UK

#27 Aug 13, 2010
Steagle wrote:
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Yeah, and if they could possibly be humble they wouldn't all be playing for the Bengals right now!
Excellent point. One doesn't end up in purgatory for nothing. I imagine that Cincinnati is going to come out of the gate impressively, but the first time something doesn't quite go to T.O.'s liking (somewhere around the 3rd game), the locker room is going to turn into some cross between Big Brother 9 and Lord of the Flies. Should be entertaining!

P.S. Actually, though, I predict Antonio Bryant will be the 1st one to pout and stamp his feet. He's not going to like the other two runway divas getting all the media attention.
Bob Roberts

Butler, PA

#28 Aug 13, 2010
i luv tax hikes and socialized med. lol why, because i'm smarter than you. just like o

“The Lombardi Sixpack”

Since: Feb 08

Butler, PA

#29 Aug 13, 2010
Bob Roberts wrote:
i luv tax hikes and socialized med. lol why, because i'm smarter than you. just like o
lickspittle you're back. still got that hero worship thing going I see. lol! dipsh!t.

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