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There are 62 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Jan 19, 2009, titled Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt has advantage on Pittsbu.... In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

On the second play of the second half in Super Bowl XL, Ken Whisenhunt thought of Willie Parker.

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some guy

Auburn, WA

#1 Jan 20, 2009
f*** the steelers baltimore for life. and f*** the cards seattle son seattle. steelers gotta cheat to win a superbowl dont be surprised if they gotta do it to a lowly arizona team who gets lucky as hell
Your Creator

Chicago, IL

#2 Jan 20, 2009
some guy wrote:
f **** the steelers baltimore for life. and f **** the cards seattle son seattle. steelers gotta cheat to win a superbowl dont be surprised if they gotta do it to a lowly arizona team who gets lucky as hell
shaddap
FvsT

Houston, TX

#3 Jan 20, 2009
Word has it Seattle and Baltimore will be hooking up to WATCH the Super Bowl on TV together.
brainwise

King Of Prussia, PA

#4 Jan 20, 2009
There was no cheating in Super Bowl XL. Were there some questionable calls? Yes, but they didn't heavily favor either team. When it comes down to it, the team that made the least mistakes won the game.

The same will likely be true in Super Bowl XLIII

“The Lombardi Sixpack”

Since: Feb 08

Butler, PA

#5 Jan 20, 2009
some guy wrote:
f*** the steelers baltimore for life. and f*** the cards seattle son seattle. steelers gotta cheat to win a superbowl dont be surprised if they gotta do it to a lowly arizona team who gets lucky as hell
yeah ok douchebag. glad you could share some of your wisdumb with us. lol. Fool!

Since: Dec 08

Latrobe, PA

#6 Jan 20, 2009
some guy wrote:
f*** the steelers baltimore for life. and f*** the cards seattle son seattle. steelers gotta cheat to win a superbowl dont be surprised if they gotta do it to a lowly arizona team who gets lucky as hell
Bitter, bitter, bitter....

Hey...I am sorry there were questionable calls, but that happens in every game, and the SB is no different. There questionable calls against the Steelers too....it happens. You have to play through whatever comes your teams' way...some call it adversity.

Go Steelers!!!
Walter Solek

Warren, NJ

#7 Jan 20, 2009
The Steelers will destroy all in their path. They rule all living things!
Rex J Steelman

Slippery Rock, PA

#8 Jan 20, 2009
If this an Arizona thread, I wonder what the fans think of Anquan Boldin's little tantrum on the sidelines. I'm actually nervous about this game, but the thing that gives me the most hope is that the Cards don't yet seem to get what being a championship team is about. You would never see that kind of behavior on the Steelers sidelines. The players know not to do it, and if someone DID behave that way, the other players would be all over him in a heartbeat.

“The Lombardi Sixpack”

Since: Feb 08

Butler, PA

#9 Jan 20, 2009
Rex J Steelman wrote:
If this an Arizona thread, I wonder what the fans think of Anquan Boldin's little tantrum on the sidelines. I'm actually nervous about this game, but the thing that gives me the most hope is that the Cards don't yet seem to get what being a championship team is about. You would never see that kind of behavior on the Steelers sidelines. The players know not to do it, and if someone DID behave that way, the other players would be all over him in a heartbeat.
I hate cliches btu their is no I in team and the steelers are proof. what a jagoff that boldin tool is! whining about not being in the last drive and then pouting. He is a T.O. type receiver so F him. the Steelers look to Hines Ward to set the example that's the kind of receivers they pick. It's weird because that other guy over in 'zona, Fitzgerald, is a class act from everything I've seen or heard about him.
Bzzzt

Buffalo Grove, IL

#10 Jan 20, 2009
Bob Roberts wrote:
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I hate cliches btu their is no I in team and the steelers are proof. what a jagoff that boldin tool is! whining about not being in the last drive and then pouting. He is a T.O. type receiver so F him. the Steelers look to Hines Ward to set the example that's the kind of receivers they pick. It's weird because that other guy over in 'zona, Fitzgerald, is a class act from everything I've seen or heard about him.
What's weird about that?

Is it "weird" that Hines Ward is a stand up guy, while Santonio Holmes can't seem to stay out of trouble? Is it "weird" that Demarcus Ware doesn't get into trouble, while Pacman Jones (et al.) is his teammate? Not only is your comparison between Boldin and T.O. completely inaccurate and misinformed, the rest of your comment doesn't make any logical sense.

While Boldin has been unhappy with his situation all season in Arizona, unlike T.O., he never did anything to hamstring his team. He never called out Warner (in fact, they get along very well according to reports) and came back only TWO WEEKS after having major facial reconstructive surgery to help his team. You obviously mistake his passion for whining. I don't think his demonstration was the best way to go about it, but your comments really demonstrate that you have no idea what you're talking about. To top it all off, Boldin might have acted stupid on the sideline, but at least he wasn't arrested a couple of months ago. Can't say the same thing for a certain Steeler's receiver.
RJB

Calgary, Canada

#11 Jan 20, 2009
If the Steeler's play their game and stay focused I cann't see this Arazona team beating them.Warner won't hold up with the hits the Steelers are going to get on him.That is were the game is going to fall apart for the Cards.

“The Lombardi Sixpack”

Since: Feb 08

Butler, PA

#12 Jan 20, 2009
Bzzzt wrote:
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What's weird about that?
Is it "weird" that Hines Ward is a stand up guy, while Santonio Holmes can't seem to stay out of trouble? Is it "weird" that Demarcus Ware doesn't get into trouble, while Pacman Jones (et al.) is his teammate? Not only is your comparison between Boldin and T.O. completely inaccurate and misinformed, the rest of your comment doesn't make any logical sense.
While Boldin has been unhappy with his situation all season in Arizona, unlike T.O., he never did anything to hamstring his team. He never called out Warner (in fact, they get along very well according to reports) and came back only TWO WEEKS after having major facial reconstructive surgery to help his team. You obviously mistake his passion for whining. I don't think his demonstration was the best way to go about it, but your comments really demonstrate that you have no idea what you're talking about. To top it all off, Boldin might have acted stupid on the sideline, but at least he wasn't arrested a couple of months ago. Can't say the same thing for a certain Steeler's receiver.
Settle down francis you're making a fool of yourself.

Yes it is weird to us steeler fans that whiz would let that crap happen. no steeler player would even think of yelling at a coach or another player. They wouldn't make it onto the field with that kind of prima donna attitude. we find it odd that coach whiz didn't bring the team first culture with him. Our players take their example by the leader of their crew. Fitzgerald is their best receiver but boldin acts like a crybaby when it's not him. A real team first guy! lol. He's a punk and clearly you can relate to him. lol. fool.

And where do you get your info douchey? topix boards? Holmes isn't always getting arrested. he is a stand up guy who does a lot of charity work around here. he got pulled over because his vehicle matched one the cops were looking for. he told the cops he had 3 joints on him. no dui not under the influence. big deal. This is a hard partyin town and we don't care about the weed. Hell most of the tailgater are firing up pre game anyway. get over it douchey.

and if you're going to attempt to support you argument don't use dallas as an example. idiot. got brains? LMAO!!!
nfl

Buckeye, AZ

#14 Jan 20, 2009
Rex J Steelman wrote:
If this an Arizona thread, I wonder what the fans think of Anquan Boldin's little tantrum on the sidelines. I'm actually nervous about this game, but the thing that gives me the most hope is that the Cards don't yet seem to get what being a championship team is about. You would never see that kind of behavior on the Steelers sidelines. The players know not to do it, and if someone DID behave that way, the other players would be all over him in a heartbeat.
at least the cards don't cheat like you baby back clowns
nfl

Buckeye, AZ

#15 Jan 20, 2009
Biff 33 wrote:
<quoted text>Bitter, bitter, bitter....
Hey...I am sorry there were questionable calls, but that happens in every game, and the SB is no different. There questionable calls against the Steelers too....it happens. You have to play through whatever comes your teams' way...some call it adversity.
Go Steelers!!!
so don't sit there and act like yall all high and mighty your not YOU SUCK and to sit there and feel like yea buddy were going to the sb were the best is a bunch bull shyte your team is a joke and if had the oppurtunity to be at that gane i would had a collision with your ref who was nicely paid afterwards

Since: Jan 09

Omaha, NE

#16 Jan 20, 2009
nfl wrote:
<quoted text>,ain't that the truth neither one of those teams deserve a shot the cardinals hadn't played any good teams all year and when they did they got stomped and we are not talking sbout the panthers forget them we talking about new england and the giants and the steelers be sucking off their refs who are paid off by the mayor both teams are whack @ss clowns
Isn't it time for your medication?
Rex J Steelman

Slippery Rock, PA

#17 Jan 20, 2009
Bzzzt wrote:
<quoted text>
While Boldin has been unhappy with his situation all season in Arizona, unlike T.O., he never did anything to hamstring his team. He never called out Warner (in fact, they get along very well according to reports) and came back only TWO WEEKS after having major facial reconstructive surgery to help his team. You obviously mistake his passion for whining. I don't think his demonstration was the best way to go about it, but your comments really demonstrate that you have no idea what you're talking about. To top it all off, Boldin might have acted stupid on the sideline, but at least he wasn't arrested a couple of months ago. Can't say the same thing for a certain Steeler's receiver.
Screaming at your OC on the sidelines DOES hamstring a team. It creates discord, which can be fatal to a team about to step onto the NFL's largest stage. Boldin was repeatedly insulting Haley, who was growing red-faced and saying "Don't call me that!" six or seven times. You call that "passion." Well, that's EXACTLY what T.O. claims is behind all of his antics: he's so passionate about the game that he can't accept anything less than the best from any of his teammates. What a crock. Sideline tantrums--calling out your coaches on national television-- are pure selfishness. Having a blunt in your ashtray is stupid, agreed, but not remotely in the same category as a nationally-televised hissy-fit against your coach.
nfl

Buckeye, AZ

#20 Jan 20, 2009
Peste wrote:
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Isn't it time for your medication?
how about you mind your own business t.o
nfl

Buckeye, AZ

#22 Jan 20, 2009
Rex J Steelman wrote:
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What a brain-damaged little troll you are. I don't think I could make a post look like that if I tried. Do you type with your balls, by any chance?
can you read or are you TOO DUMB like the refs in the nfl sh t stain
Rex J Steelman

Slippery Rock, PA

#23 Jan 20, 2009
FvsT wrote:
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Y-Steaks...you should try some. Obviously angry masturbation is not working.
I don't think he's going to go for that. On another thread, he thought he was insulting us by caling us "carpet-munchers." He's got some serious psycho-sexual issues that just might be above our pay-grade.

Since: Jan 09

Omaha, NE

#25 Jan 20, 2009
nfl wrote:
<quoted text>how about you mind your own business t.o
I recommend Midol for you.

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