This morning, one of the greatest Steelers ever is looking down and waving his Terrible Towel in celebration of the team’s sixth title. Take it away Myron Cope… Advertisements
First off, congratulations goes out to the Steelers who were two minutes and change away from one of the biggest meltdown in Super Bowl history. All of their good fortune in the first three quarters (Harrison’s game-changing play, Terry “Pittsburgh” McAulay’s penalties, and Ben slipping away from Cardinal […]
9:10PM- Good to see that this game is spiraling out of control. Another Arizona penalty puts the Cardinals into a 3rd and 13 situation. Warner then proceeds to throw six yards short to Hightower, which is incomplete. Bad officiating, no deep balls. Great. Game ovvve…well not yet. 9:16PM- […]
8:35PM- Well, geez. Ending Arizona’s first drive was a ridiculous call by Terry McAulay, who seemed as if someone was asking him a Trigonometry question when he tried to make a call there. Warner clearly tried to throw the ball but McAulay says Steeler ball. It’s thankfully reversed […]
7:09PM- If you had Gary Russell not scoring in a prop bet…YOU LOSE! He goes in from one yard out. Well, can’t say that I’m all that surprised. When the Cards don’t force turnovers and aren’t playing Jake Delhomme they’ve been relatively ordinairy in the playoffs. They have […]
6:31PM- Gary Russell, who is a part of numerous prop bets, returns the opening kick and we’re off!! 6:43PM – Oooh. The Wiz challenges a Ben TD run and WINS! After running over the Cardinals D in the opening drive, a disappointing way to the cap the drive […]
6:09PM – It’s Al, John and the rest of our somewhat subdued rowdy friends on NBC for Super Bowl XLIII live from Tampa. The AFC Champion Steelers enter to “Right Here, Right Now” by Fatboy Slim. If history says anything, it’s an ominous sign. The 2001 Sixers used […]
Brett Favre retiring leaves a void with the Packers…and John Madden. Favre is this year’s Madden coverboy. Check out this cool trailer showing Favre through the Madden years.
It appears that Terrell Owens will cash in with the Cowboys, according to ESPN. Owens is set to receive a new four-year, $34 million contract. The Owens deal makes him one of the richest wideouts in the NFL.
One of the features on this new blog will be to pay tribute to something somewhat ridiculous or cool relating to the league where they play for pay. Today’s choice channels Super Bowl XLII as interpreted by Tecmo Super Bowl. Sorry Pats fans, here comes the pain. Well, […]