Should any of the Steelers Super Bowl Titles be viewed as Tainted?

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    Re: Should any of the Steelers Super Bowl Titles be viewed as Tainted?

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    In Response to Re: Should any of the Steelers Super Bowl Titles be viewed as Tainted? : dreg this through your memory bank http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8BP0ChEfZQ&feature=related
    Posted by jbolted

    Amazing. Are the Chargers the first 8-8 team to win a playoff game or something?

     
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    Re: Should any of the Steelers Super Bowl Titles be viewed as Tainted?

    Plus - San Diego is a west coast team with a temporary address.  No one of any significance really cares about them. 

    Pretty brash coming from a fan of a team who snuck out of town in the middle of the night! As far as I can remember, the Colts have moved just as many times as the Chargers...and at least the Chargers had the balls to let people know about it first!!!
     
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    Leave it to Bub to take the easiest most uninformed shot.  Bub, here is all you need to know: 

    "on March 28, the Maryland state legislature passed a law allowing they city of Baltimore to seize the Colts from Irsay."

    As I see it, this little action by the City of Baltimore (they lobbied for it) and the State of Maryland played their hands.  It was Irsay's time to react, and he did.  Was Irsay a jerk, yes.  Come to think of it he and belichick probably would have been fine friends. 

    But if a we are measuring character, Irsay's actions were forced upon him.  Belichick chose his systemic cheating ways of his own accord. 
     
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    Leave it to Bub to take the easiest most uninformed shot.  Bub, here is all you need to know:  "on March 28, the Maryland state legislature passed a law allowing they city of Baltimore to seize the Colts from Irsay." As I see it, this little action by the City of Baltimore (they lobbied for it) and the State of Maryland played their hands.  It was Irsay's time to react, and he did.  Was Irsay a jerk, yes.  Come to think of it he and belichick probably would have been fine friends.  But if a we are measuring character, Irsay's actions were forced upon him.  Belichick chose his systemic cheating ways of his own accord. 
    Posted by underdogg


    Whatever reasoning Irsay had is beside the point. He snuck out of town under the cover of darkness. Had he run the team better he may not have been in the situation he was. Not to mention he very well could have appealed the law all the way to the Supreme Court, and even if he had not won, he would have bought years before he had to make the move if at all. I was merely responding to your claim that the Chargers were a "transient" team. Reasons aside, the Colts could be labeled the same.
     
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