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  • PLEASE BRONCOS BEAT HELL OUT OF SEACHICKS

    Its been 8 + years since SB 40 & the Seachick fans are still crying foul

    Sure they had a few bad calls, but so did we no one seems to talk about

    I took time to compile the following facts if you care to read it

    I'm posting this should you guys find yourself in the same position should it be a close game. Hawk Fans are the biggest Cry Babies in the NFL. Like i said, Hawk Fans are STILL crying in Numbers about it to this day

    Very interesting to say the least>>>>


    My final thoughts on the SB, putting it to rest once and for all.
    I took time to give an objective, along with what i feel is a very accurate account regarding of SB 40.

    Lets start with FACTS shall we..

    Blockers cannot use their hands or arms to push from behind, hang onto, or encircle an opponent in a manner that restricts movement as the play develops. Whether the hook is a complete circle is irrelevant. I'm talking about the play in question where Haggans was held which is indeed a penalty. The framework of the body doesn't matter if Haggans got grabbed, which he did. Jackson did extend his arm on defensive back Chris Hope. There's no denying that. And if you extend your arm directly in front of the back judge, you're going to get called for it -- especially if you're in the end zone!

    Every week on NFL Total Access, Mike Pereira reviews the controversial calls, so when he clarified the penalties in the Super Bowl, it wasn't something he did for the first time.

    In the AFC Championship Game, the Steelers had a touchdown called back on an illegal formation penalty (putting them at 2nd-and-13 at the 17), but they scored a touchdown the very next play. I understand the illegal formation wasn't viewed as a touch call, but they still bounced back and scored anyway. Seattle failed to do this and still had the ball 1st-and-20 at the 26. The fact that the Seahawks gained minus three yards on the next three plays can't be blamed on the refs.

    Matt Hasselbeck completed a pass to Jeramy Steven's to the one-yard line only to have it called back because of holding. ABC made it seem like it was a questionable call by not mentioning the flag until after the play was over, when it was called immediately. The Flag was thrown before the pass was completed. (Watch tape if you have it) The Seahawks still had the ball on the 29 with over 11 minutes to go trailing by four points. The game was in their hands and they blew it.


    More facts:

    The Patriots won 2 Super bowls while being out gained in yards and first downs by the Eagles and Rams.

    The Cowboys beat the '95 Steelers though the Cowboys were out gained in yards, had less time of possession and fewer first downs.

    Converting a miracle 3rd and 28 into a first and goal, breaking a 75 yard TD run and running a trick play by no means says the Steeler's offense was playing well that night. I thought Seattle's offense played pretty good the whole game, minus the end of both halves. Its 60 minutes in the NFL, not 56 minutes though.

    If I was a such homer, I would never have admitted that I thought Ben didn't get in which I did at the time. Hasselbeck called for an illegal block was wrong and that Joey Porter got away with a horse collar tackle. The refs missed some calls but what I'm talking about they didn't miss.


    1. The Refs didn't give up the longest run in SB history...Seattle's defense did.

    2. The Refs didn't bite on a 43 yd trick play, Randle to Ward for a TD...Seattle's defense did.

    3. The Refs didn't allow Ben to scramble around on a 3rd and 28 and complete a long pass to the 2 yd. line...Seattle's defense did.

    4. The Refs didn't miss two field goals, that was Seattle.

    5. The Refs didn't fail to step out of bounds late in the 1st half to stop the clock in Pitt territory in a crunch time situation...Seattle's offense did.

    6. The Refs didn't let the 1st half clock tick down from 48 seconds all the way down to 13 seconds before finally running their next play at Pitt's 36 yd line...Seattle's offense did.

    7. And on this play, 3rd down 53 yds away from a FG, it wasn't the Refs who tried and failed to go deep for a TD rather than a safer 5 yrd play and timeout setting up a much easier FG attempt---that, again, would be Seattle's offense.

    8. The Refs didn't get confused by Pitt's zone defense and throw an INT...that would be Seattle's QB.

    9. The Refs didn't let a little physical contact intimidate them from catching 4 very catchable passes...that would be the Seattle TE Jeremy Steven's.

    10. With approx. 20 seconds left in the game, knowing they need a TD and FG, in no particular order, and in easy FG range on 4th down, it wasn't the Refs who ignored the FG and elected to throw up a prayer trying for a TD...that AGAIN would be Seattle.

    11. The Refs didn't constantly punt deep into the end zone, repeatedly giving Pitt the ball at the 20 yd line...that of course was Seattle. Opportunities to pin the Steelers really deep should have been capitalized.

    12. It wasn't the Refs who received a Christmas gift wrapped easy INT lobbed in perfect position to return deep into Pitt territory...the lucky beneficiary of that break would be Seattle.

    13. It wasn't the Refs who got a break when a Steeler DB dropped an easy int early in the game...that too would be a break for Seattle.

    14. It wasn't the Refs who caught a break when a Steeler WR dropped a very catchable TD pass...that break again would go to Seattle.

    15. It wasn't the scapegoat Refs that received a break when a WR caught the ball, turned, stepped, was hit hard enough to cause a fumble, and then ruled INCOMPLETE...that would be of course, another chance for Seattle.
    (this was an interesting call considering that after Troy's famous overruled Int, the NFL stated that it WAS a catch. If so, than this definitely WAS a catch)

    16. The Refs weren't the ones who caught a break when at the conclusion of a 2nd qtr play, as a Pitt DE was walking away, the Seattle Center blindsided the defenseless player, leveling him to the ground. This mysteriously unseen crime was again another break for Seattle.

    17. It wasn't the Refs who got a break when Pitt QB Big Ben was blocked in the back as he pursued the DB who he'd tossed an int to...that again would go to Seattle.

    18. It wasn't the Refs who stopped Seattle RB Alexander in a few key situations.... That would be the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    19. It wasn't the Refs who converted many of their 3rd downs yet stopped their opponent on 3rd downs. The Seahawks had one penalty on third down.


    And that is why all of this talk of a ruined game and an undeserved win are just Plain Stupid. There were many many chances for Seattle to win that game. If they had not dropped so many passes, missed a couple of field goals, managed the clock with a little bit of skill, been able to place a punt within the twenty just once while instead had four outbacks, made a few key tackles, not bit on a fake — if they had been able to do any number of things, the game would have turned out very differently. But they didn't, and they lost.

    Furthermore, It's not as if the Seahawks played so great and barely lost. They lost by 11.

    Remember - no one ever remembers the Super Bowl loser unless they are interesting, like Buffalo and the Vikings losing so many. Think about it, the Niners barely beat the Bengals in 1982. No one remembers that Bengal team, except Cincy fans.

    Mike Holmgren STILL can't get over the fact that HE lost the game for his team. He was completely out coached by a coach that had a history of losing in big games. How's that feel Mike? Does it make you want to quit the competition committee?

    I can't twist the rules (Self-explanatory) only bring them up. Some of You deny the Holding and PI happened, while they did. The only question is should they have been called, not they didn't happen. You've convinced yourselves they didn't happen, no matter how much proof is provided, because most of you simply can't face the truth of what really took place in that game.

    Desperate to be right? You people go on to no end about being right about everything. (Sure sign of Insecurity) You always have on this board at least since I've been here. Your arguments go to the word "Delusional" for every case concerning everyone who disagrees with

    A parting thought:

    "The great teams don't always play great. They only play great when they have to

    BTW---In the Opening game the following season we played the Hawks
    Outcome---STEELERS 21 HAWKS ZIP---Limited to 170 total yards

    PLEASE BEAT THE HAWKS BRAINS IN

    GOOD LUCK, BRING THE LOMBARDI HOME TO DENVER

  • #2
    I'm still pissed at you guys for kicking our asses the game before that game.

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    • #3
      Didn't drunk ass/wife beating Stevens drop a couple key passes in that game?

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      • #4
        Tldnr

        Thanks for the well wishes but in all honesty we don't care about your game. 8 years ago. What's done is done. My opinion is that the refs did blow some calls. Any objective spectator saw that.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by DenverBound View Post
          Tldnr

          Thanks for the well wishes but in all honesty we don't care about your game. 8 years ago. What's done is done. My opinion is that the refs did blow some calls. Any objective spectator saw that.
          I think you missed my point. I only posted that to give you guys a heads up should you win close

          Give these hawk fans a 1/4 of an inch, they will choke you forever

          Remember, this is 8 yrs later i'm talking about, not 1 or 2

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          • #6
            Originally posted by WolfpackGuy View Post
            Didn't drunk ass/wife beating Stevens drop a couple key passes in that game?
            Sure did Wolf, but its NEVER brought up

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            • #7
              Originally posted by spdirty View Post
              I'm still pissed at you guys for kicking our asses the game before that game.
              Steelers were on a roll that year winning their last 8

              To be honest, I didnt give Steelers much of a chance in that title game

              They won their last 8 coming from the 6 spot. First time it was done

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              • #8
                Ben Never Broke the plane. -7 points.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jmz313 View Post
                  Ben Never Broke the plane. -7 points.
                  THATS NOT WHAT ESPN HI TECH EQUIPMENT SHOWED. THEY DID A 30 MIN SPECIAL ON THAT PLAY ALONE....NFL CHANEL SHOWED A NEVER BEFORE ANGLE---RESULTS: TD. THINK I'LL GO WITH THOSE 2

                  SORRY ABOUT THE CAPS, MY KEYBOARD IS TEMP STUCK

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by bronco militia View Post
                      . FUNNY
                      HAWK FANS INUNDATED OUR BOARD WITH THAT PIC AFTER THE GAME

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by STEELCURTIN View Post
                        THATS NOT WHAT ESPN HI TECH EQUIPMENT SHOWED. THEY DID A 30 MIN SPECIAL ON THAT PLAY ALONE....NFL CHANEL SHOWED A NEVER BEFORE ANGLE---RESULTS: TD. THINK I'LL GO WITH THOSE 2

                        SORRY ABOUT THE CAPS, MY KEYBOARD IS TEMP STUCK
                        Hey SC,

                        What is your take on SB 48? Matchups, expectations, Prediction, etc.

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                        • #13
                          The refs and the Steelers STOLE that Super Bowl from the Seahawks. However, that has nothing to do with the upcoming game.

                          Oh, one more thing:

                          Lynn Swann: 336 receptions, 5462 yards, 51 touchdowns
                          John Stallworth: 537 receptions, 8723 yards, 63 touchdowns
                          Rod Smith: 849 receptions, 11369 yards, 68 touchdowns

                          Guess which one ISN'T in the HOF? Go **** yourself, Pittsburgh.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by BowlenBall View Post
                            The refs and the Steelers STOLE that Super Bowl from the Seahawks. However, that has nothing to do with the upcoming game.

                            Oh, one more thing:

                            Lynn Swann: 336 receptions, 5462 yards, 51 touchdowns
                            John Stallworth: 537 receptions, 8723 yards, 63 touchdowns
                            Rod Smith: 849 receptions, 11369 yards, 68 touchdowns

                            Guess which one ISN'T in the HOF? Go **** yourself, Pittsburgh.
                            It does have to do with this years game if they're going to treat it like a makeup

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                            • #15
                              So he comes here to wish us good luck basically, and we **** with him. Makes sense.

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