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The W - Football - AFC DIVISIONAL ROUND: Pittsburgh Steelers 35, San Diego Super Chargers 24
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.17
    Originally posted by CRZ
    Could you start the last AFC DIV thread for me? I will be at a Red Lobster when the game ends (mother-in-law's birthday) and I'm sure you'll have something to say about the game...


Boom here comes the boom ready or not

    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    Every road team about whom 'nobody believes dey can do dis' has won. This does not bode well.


This guy is gutless.
ANYTHING IS POSSIBLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLE


Like, far and away the Steelers' most complete game of the year. The offensive line was unrecognizable -- it was stunning to see what Roethlisberger and Parker were capable of with timeandspace.

Tomlin is a significantly more aggressive playoff coach than Cowher. Plus he calls the playoffs "elimination football" which is awesome.

It's gotta be tough for the Chargers to gut out all these playoff wins but then be without their star players in the games of great import.

It's Not Easy To Beat A Team Three Times In One Season, but someone also told me that A Rookie QB Has Never Blah Blah Blah.

(edited by JustinShapiro on 12.1.09 0123)
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.32
    Originally posted by Me from Last Week
    What do you think was going through LDT's mind as he sat on that sideline? Because you KNOW San Diego has its new RB next season and it ain't him.


Yeah, about that...

EDIT: I'm guessing Roger Goddell's doing backflips of joy right about now, with the Steelers moving on. Had the Chargers won, next week would have seen two shitty west coast champions hosting two #6 seeds. I'm sensing great relief within the NFL brass.

(edited by It's False on 11.1.09 1846)


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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.59
    Originally posted by It's False
    EDIT: I'm guessing Roger Goddell's doing backflips of joy right about now, with the Steelers moving on. Had the Chargers won, next week would have seen two shitty west coast champions hosting two #6 seeds. I'm sensing great relief within the NFL brass.


I don't think I agree with your logic here. San Diego is a very popular team, whereas the Steelers were part of one of the least-watched Super Bowls in recent history just a couple of years ago. Strictly from a ratings perspective, if I was in the NFL offices, I would have been rooting for the Chargers.
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.63
    Originally posted by Gugs
      Originally posted by It's False
      EDIT: I'm guessing Roger Goddell's doing backflips of joy right about now, with the Steelers moving on. Had the Chargers won, next week would have seen two shitty west coast champions hosting two #6 seeds. I'm sensing great relief within the NFL brass.


    I don't think I agree with your logic here. San Diego is a very popular team, whereas the Steelers were part of one of the least-watched Super Bowls in recent history just a couple of years ago.


Disagree.

Super Bowl 2008 - 97.5 million viewers
Super Bowl 2007 - 93.1 million
Super Bowl 2006 - 90.7 million***
Super Bowl 2005 - 86.1 million
Super Bowl 2004 - 89.8 million
Super Bowl 2003 - 88.6 million
Super Bowl 2002 - 86.8 million
Super Bowl 2001 - 84.3 million

***Steelers/Seahawks



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.54
It was during a game last season that I noticed that Rothlisberger does this thing where he looks the defense off on one side of the field and then turns and heaves it down the other side. I've seen other QBs do this, but not as quickly as Ben does and definitely not as deep as he goes with it. It's like he doesn't even take time to find his receiver and make sure he's on route, he just turns and fires, and he does it with very good accuracy. He did this once or twice in yesterday's game and it's astonishing that he can have such success with it.

Also, he's a pretty keen punter.
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.24
    Originally posted by Kevintripod


    Super Bowl 2008 - 97.5 million viewers
    Super Bowl 2007 - 93.1 million
    Super Bowl 2006 - 90.7 million***
    Super Bowl 2005 - 86.1 million
    Super Bowl 2004 - 89.8 million
    Super Bowl 2003 - 88.6 million
    Super Bowl 2002 - 86.8 million
    Super Bowl 2001 - 84.3 million

    ***Steelers/Seahawks

I think those numbers show that the participants don't matter. Other than Super Bowl 39 (New England vs. Philadelphia), the viewers have gone up every year no matter who's playing.

Now, It's False was talking about the Conference Championships. Maybe those ratings are more dependent on the teams participating.
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.96
Damn, I was hoping the Chargers would pull this out. It's amazing how much easier they are to root for with Shawne "Steroids" Merriman out.

Can someone please pull that fork out of Tomlinson's back?
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So much for a Ryan Grant return. Cedric Benson, welcome to Titletown. (Packers.com) Considering the injuries to the Packers' RB corps, it make some bit of sense. (Even if the running game is just a changeup pitch in Mike McCarthy's offense.)
- The Thrill, Packers sign RB Cedric Benson (2012)
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