Ravens up 16-7 over Steelers after 3r...

Ravens up 16-7 over Steelers after 3rd quarter

There are 4 comments on the The State story from Nov 28, 2013, titled Ravens up 16-7 over Steelers after 3rd quarter. In it, The State reports that:

Tucker converted from 34 and 38 yards, sandwiched around Roethlisberger's 8-yard touchdown pass to Emmanuel Sanders.

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Tobar

Clayton, NC

#1 Nov 29, 2013
Who won the Thursday night game.............
Average Joe

Cypress, CA

#2 Dec 1, 2013
Coach Tomlin knew what he was doing when he altered a play on the field (the Jacoby Jones runback). If he wants to play have him put on some pads. His fine should have been $50K in line with other similar actions by coaches, yet his trying to sell us a sack of crap to cover it up should result in suspension. His grin after the play suggests how he really felt about pulling it off and should result in the suspension being multiple games. It will all come down to whether the Commissioner is a Tomlin fan or if he can be bought off. And we will all be watching him.
The crew that officiated the Giants Redskins game should also be asked to retire since they all had their heads up their butts calling for a first down and then after a first down play is run, deciding it wasn't a first down after all, making it 4th down. Their call affected the next offensive play called, changed the end of the game and should be used to change and end their careers as officials. No official should be allowed to change a call after it has been rendered and after another play has already been run. No Fun League (NFL) in full view. Poorly managed officiating crew. Wasted a few hours we will never get back. Makes us wonder why anybody wastes their time watching a league where the outcomes are predetermined anyway.
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#3 Dec 3, 2013
Average Joe wrote:
Coach Tomlin knew what he was doing when he altered a play on the field (the Jacoby Jones runback). If he wants to play have him put on some pads. His fine should have been $50K in line with other similar actions by coaches, yet his trying to sell us a sack of crap to cover it up should result in suspension. His grin after the play suggests how he really felt about pulling it off and should result in the suspension being multiple games. It will all come down to whether the Commissioner is a Tomlin fan or if he can be bought off. And we will all be watching him.
The crew that officiated the Giants Redskins game should also be asked to retire since they all had their heads up their butts calling for a first down and then after a first down play is run, deciding it wasn't a first down after all, making it 4th down. Their call affected the next offensive play called, changed the end of the game and should be used to change and end their careers as officials. No official should be allowed to change a call after it has been rendered and after another play has already been run. No Fun League (NFL) in full view. Poorly managed officiating crew. Wasted a few hours we will never get back. Makes us wonder why anybody wastes their time watching a league where the outcomes are predetermined anyway.
Too harsh on the Washington refs and too light on the Pittsburgh coach. No doubt refs screwed up and should be marked down and re-educated. Tomlin however is now circling his wagons and lieing through his teeth to make his case go away. We all saw what he did and he is saying it isn't so. What is that they say? The coverup deserves a greater penalty than the offense. That being the case, he deserves at least a $50,000 fine (or more because he is on the rules committee), then the coverup charges should result in a suspension and loss of draft picks. Anything less shows favoritism, lack of proper discipline and possibly another example of a wimpy white man in power wanting to placate the black populace so he will be liked by them. Come on man, Roger, no one likes you anyway. Might as well do what is right for a change. Tomlin willingly accepts the fine to make it all just go away, and wants all to believe it was an "accident" yet his checking out the jumbotron, looking over his shoulder, jumping in front of (onto the field of play) then out of the way of Jacoby Jones (changing his direction) and smirking like he just got away with it says it all. If he truly just wandered out there by accident as he says then he has no right to be on the sidelines let alone a coach. America is stupid based on what they buy from Clinton, Bush and Obama but they can't be this stupid to believe Tomlin too, or can they. The rule of law is in the balance.
Dave

Cypress, CA

#4 Dec 4, 2013
Janitor wrote:
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Too harsh on the Washington refs and too light on the Pittsburgh coach. No doubt refs screwed up and should be marked down and re-educated. Tomlin however is now circling his wagons and lieing through his teeth to make his case go away. We all saw what he did and he is saying it isn't so. What is that they say? The coverup deserves a greater penalty than the offense. That being the case, he deserves at least a $50,000 fine (or more because he is on the rules committee), then the coverup charges should result in a suspension and loss of draft picks. Anything less shows favoritism, lack of proper discipline and possibly another example of a wimpy white man in power wanting to placate the black populace so he will be liked by them. Come on man, Roger, no one likes you anyway. Might as well do what is right for a change. Tomlin willingly accepts the fine to make it all just go away, and wants all to believe it was an "accident" yet his checking out the jumbotron, looking over his shoulder, jumping in front of (onto the field of play) then out of the way of Jacoby Jones (changing his direction) and smirking like he just got away with it says it all. If he truly just wandered out there by accident as he says then he has no right to be on the sidelines let alone a coach. America is stupid based on what they buy from Clinton, Bush and Obama but they can't be this stupid to believe Tomlin too, or can they. The rule of law is in the balance.
Again today Tomlin uses "weasel" words to try to paint a better picture than what the truth actually is, and won't talk about it further because he has work to do going forward. Anybody else notice how much this Sounds so much like Clinton, Bush and Obama. So that's it, screw the pooch then claim its an accident and never speak of it again because you are just too busy. How is that taking full responsibility? You are watching the disintegration of America before your very own eyes. That's America not just Black America which disintegrated long before because of men like Tomlin and current Black Politicians. The whites and Latinos are following close behind. Tomlin is just part of it and not a worthy candidate for leadership at any level until he owns up and shows a contrite heart. Never gonna happen. If anything, more weasel words to follow. Use to love the Steelers, used to!

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