1. You have chosen to ignore posts from underdogg. Show underdogg's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    [Quote]

    PatsGoinDown:

    You ask "Why do you start such assine threads?" Now, I have a question for you: "Why did you drop out of school? What the hell does "assine" mean?

    That said, answer me this: If your Indianapolis Colts played last season without Peyton Manning for the entire season, how many games do you think that they would have won? Nine games? Six games?

    Talk about undeserved wins and luck, Indy was extremely fortunate to edge out Minnesota (15-13), and Houston (31-27). They also needed the usual help from the zebras to hold off the Matt Cassel led Patriots, 18-15.

    So, you say that the Brady-less 2008 Pats sucked. Yet, the best that Peyton and the boys could do was to barely escape with a 3 point win, at home...LOL!!

    Incidently, what say you about the latest Peyton Manning choke job?[/Quote]

    I think the colts with their injuries may have won 4-5, which is why Manning was voted MVP. :0
     
  2. This post has been removed.

     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from underdogg. Show underdogg's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    [Quote]

    Perhaps theres' hope for you yet, my friend!![/Quote]
     
  4. You have chosen to ignore posts from underdogg. Show underdogg's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    [Quote]

    Perhaps theres' hope for you yet, my friend!![/Quote]

    Hope?? Actually, I haven't changed my tune at all. I don't need hope. I have a pretty good perspective of things.
     
  5. This post has been removed.

     
  6. You have chosen to ignore posts from tbone77. Show tbone77's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    winey bitches
     
  7. You have chosen to ignore posts from underdogg. Show underdogg's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    [Quote]


    Says who...your Mom?
    LOL!!
    [/Quote]

    My mom??? - Did you just really use a 70's put down?? LOL!! (remind you of anyone)

    But to answer your question, yes, my mom and many many many others. By the way, I don't need hope. You on the other hand could use a lot of luck.

     
  8. This post has been removed.

     
  9. You have chosen to ignore posts from agcsbill. Show agcsbill's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    I would take everything PGD says with lots of salt. Most posts of it rant about "weak schedule" and can't even read stats right and definitely hates the Pats. 9 wins against teams BELOW .500, from what I read it is 7 and ANY good team should be beating teams with records below .500. 2 of the Colts 4 losses came against teams with lower than .500 records. Is it a requirement your losses can't be against playoff teams? If anything, a team should always have a tougher time against "peer" teams.
     
  10. You have chosen to ignore posts from RETROP. Show RETROP's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    Lets keep it cool guys....

    Personally, I just can't see how Tomlin wouldn't have spent his week in complete and total FEAR preparing for the Pats in the playoffs (if they had made it) and anyone raising issues like the following:

    http://www.boston.com/sports/ot/2009/01/not_so_super.html

    simply has no handle on how weather effects the game.


     
  11. You have chosen to ignore posts from GA-PatsFan. Show GA-PatsFan's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    F_ck Shittsburgh & Go-Zona!!!!!!!!!

     
  12. This post has been removed.

     
  13. This post has been removed.

     
  14. This post has been removed.

     
  15. This post has been removed.

     
  16. You have chosen to ignore posts from Wizardsjag. Show Wizardsjag's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    I've moved on from 2008, but this season is history. Focused on the Celtics, Bruins, and in another month the Red Sox. Boston has so many good sports teams right now. Offseason for the Pats will be fun to watch. Just don't want to get in if's and but's discussions.

    Looking at next season schedule doesn't too tough. Atlanta and Carolina have yet to have back to back winning seasons in their team's history, plus we have both of those games at home. New Orleans is average. Tampa Bay new coach on a neutral field in London I can see a down year. Get the Titans and Jags at home, Titans will be tough but beatable. Colts with hopefully Brady/Manning and Texans who I think will be improved are good games. We'll sweep our division. Then Ravens at home should be a good game, and we'll roll McDaniels Broncos team in Denver.
     
  17. You have chosen to ignore posts from Wizardsjag. Show Wizardsjag's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    [Quote]There was also a noticable change in the lack of competition that the Pats faced in their last 3 or 4 games, which you fail to mention. The teams that the Pats played down the stretch either already won their division and didn't have anything else to play for (the Arizona Cardinals) or they just plain sucked and didn't make it to the playoffs anyway. Cassell hasn't proven anything yet. How many playoff games has he won? How many critical games against GOOD opponents has he won? Zero in both cases. You were lucky that the Patriots missed the playoffs and avoided a miserable defeat at the hand of the mighty Pittsburgh Steelers. Ha! Ha!

    BTW nitwit TexasPat...I am NOT a Colts fan moron. I am a Steelers fan! Just once try to get your facts straight before posting an assinine comment on the internet.[/Quote]


    You are pathetic, last month you were a Colts fan last month moron. At least we support our home team and don't jump from team to team Mr. BandwagonGoinDown. Go back to under the bacteria that's under the rock from which you came from.
     
  18. You have chosen to ignore posts from RETROP. Show RETROP's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    TPitty,

    Once again, I could't agree with you more. The Pats have truely owned the Steelers this decade which makes it so hard for me to understand how the Steelers destroyed them like they did when they played; obviously both teams were fighting for the playoffs at that point but its obvious to me that, in the playoffs, a different Patriots team would have come to play. Anyway, there is also no doubt that Cassels play took a remarkable leg-up in those final four games and I'm pretty sure it was by that time he became totally battle tested - PGD is way off suggesting that competion could have had some impact. Perhaps in Cassel, the NFL has found itss next Derek Anderson?

    As far as Mazz is concerned, again you are right, being from Chicago immeadiately make anything he has to say illegit. (you should mention the residual radioactivity in the area from work on the Manhattan project, that helps to better make the case. Also, he has an Italian surname, so maybe there is something there for you to work in).

    But again, we are in total agreement. The Pats could stand-in hit for hit with the toughest of the NFL in 2008. How is Pierre Woods? How did he break his jaw?

     
  19. This post has been removed.

     
  20. You have chosen to ignore posts from lquintin. Show lquintin's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs



    [Quote]
    Pierre Woods got hurt in the Steelers game he took a helmut in the face.

    TPitty,

    Once again, I could't agree with you more. The Pats have truely owned the Steelers this decade which makes it so hard for me to understand how the Steelers destroyed them like they did when they played; obviously both teams were fighting for the playoffs at that point but its obvious to me that, in the playoffs, a different Patriots team would have come to play. Anyway, there is also no doubt that Cassels play took a remarkable leg-up in those final four games and I'm pretty sure it was by that time he became totally battle tested - PGD is way off suggesting that competion could have had some impact. Perhaps in Cassel, the NFL has found itss next Derek Anderson?

    As far as Mazz is concerned, again you are right, being from Chicago immeadiately make anything he has to say illegit. (you should mention the residual radioactivity in the area from work on the Manhattan project, that helps to better make the case. Also, he has an Italian surname, so maybe there is something there for you to work in).

    But again, we are in total agreement. The Pats could stand-in hit for hit with the toughest of the NFL in 2008. How is Pierre Woods? How did he break his jaw?
    [/Quote]

     
  21. You have chosen to ignore posts from Wizardsjag. Show Wizardsjag's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    Yeah I had them sweeping the division last year too. Trust me BB will keep the Pats focused, but fans like myself who aren't getting paid by the Pats can have confidence. I wouldn't be surprised if Miami comes down to earth a bit finishing 8-8.
     
  22. You have chosen to ignore posts from JohnHannahrulz. Show JohnHannahrulz's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    It's plain and simple. The Pats did not make the playoffs, even though we killed the Cards down the stretch. With a healthy Brady , our offense is clearly superior to the Steelers offense, however, the Steelers D is much better than the Pats D, right now. Ergo, the Pats have to improve the D to beat the Steelers. 1st against the run, 2nd against the pass....like or not this Steelers D is better than the Giants D we faced in the SB. The Giants D might have a better D Line, but that's it. Secondary and LB corps are both better than the Giants.

    As for our division rivals Miami will fall back to reality and the Jets will continue to be a circus (Kellen Clemons at QB )

     
  23. This post has been removed.

     
  24. You have chosen to ignore posts from McLovin.. Show McLovin.'s posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    [Quote]

    Pierre Woods got hurt in the Steelers game he took a helmut in the face.

    [Quote]

    That is correct, Pierre Woods broke his jaw when he laid a lick on the Steelers Heath Miller. The irony in that is that its Woods that can't come up, rather than Miller. The Steelers are a nasty team and, based on the play in the AFC Championship game, nasty appears what the AFC North breads. For general health concerns, I think the Patriots gotta be happy they didn't face either the Steelers or the Ravens.
     
  25. You have chosen to ignore posts from RETROP. Show RETROP's posts

    Steelers Fortunate That Pats Didn't Make Playoffs

    TPitty,

    I know we need to discredit Mazz somehow, but I stumbled across something that blows our theory about him being a "Chicago transplant" out of the water...


    "Things just got even better for Boston.com readers, who will have a new voice to turn to starting in September, when Tony Massarotti will bring his astute insight and commentary to Boston.com and The Boston Globe. Massarotti has been one of the leading reporters and columnists in Boston for nearly 20 years, and has a natural love of the city, growing up in Watertown and Waltham and attending Tufts University."

    on that basis, seems he might know a little more about the "Patriot Way" than say, someone who lives in Texas. I'm sure we can come up with something....

    p.s. Lets hear more about the Miami - Pittsburgh in London last year; you are generating quite a track record for the "facts" that support our positions! In that regard, it's funny that the "Colts fan" PatsGoingDown would have "Reveled" (remember that thread by chance) with me after the Steelers victory in SB XL. But I am sure he is a Colts fan if you posted it.

     
Sections
Shortcuts