I was sad when I learned that this game would not be televised (we got Jets/Panthers in this area) because I figured it would be the game of the week. Looks like I missed a route. Oh well. When the Steelers have a running game going, they look like they can beat anyone.
I think they are prooving that having a killer schedule is what makes you a great team.
Pats still have an outside shot though; I don't think the past two weeks offense has been a fluke. I just think the Steelers D is just better.
Originally posted by AngryServerWhat a delight it's gonna be to hear all the analysts that were jocking Cassel so hard backpedal this week.
He's still going to get good money from somebody, but he better be careful with what system he ends up picking. Once the guy hits a rough patch it seems almost impossible for him to shake it and it just seems to get worse. He's had some nice high points, but a lot of that is all yards after the catch yards, by a talented bunch of receivers and Faulk. I can just see him going to a lousy team for big money and tanking because he can't seem to break the funks.
And Miami's inability to put the ball in the endzone from the two on four tries. This was by far the best college football game I have ever seen, and it ranks up there with the best pro games I've ever seen.