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The Phinisher
11-08-2010, 11:58 PM
I'm sitting here watching the Steelers/Bengals games and granted the Bengals are playing like absolute crap, the zebras are calling all the ticky-tack penalties on the Bengals and obvious call that should go against the Steelers are being ignored. My hatred for the Steelers is almost up there with the Jets.

WVDolphan
11-09-2010, 12:01 AM
The Steelers are destroying the Bengals, like good teams do.

Roethlisberger has already taken more deep shots in 3qtrs than Henne has all season. And he just hit one for a TD as I type this.

They arent settling for 5 FGs vs. that ****ty secondary. Matty Ice lit them up to the tune of 39 points as well.

Ilovemyfins4eva
11-09-2010, 12:02 AM
The Steelers are destroying the Bengals, like good teams do.

Roethlisberger has already taken more deep shots in 3qtrs than Henne has all season. And he just hit one for a TD as I type this.

They arent settling for 5 FGs vs. that ****ty secondary. Matty Ice lit them up to the tune of 39 points as well.randel el has thrown more deep balls than henne this year.

The Phinisher
11-09-2010, 12:04 AM
randel el has thrown more deep balls than henne this year.

So has the Ravens punter

utahphinsfan
11-09-2010, 12:06 AM
I'm sitting here watching the Steelers/Bengals games and granted the Bengals are playing like absolute crap, the zebras are calling all the ticky-tack penalties on the Bengals and obvious call that should go against the Steelers are being ignored. My hatred for the Steelers is almost up there with the Jets.

Stuck the fealers! As of a few weeks ago, The donkeys & jest are my 30th and 31st favorite teams. Care to guess who #32 is?

Roman529
11-09-2010, 01:03 AM
Did any of you really think the Steelers would lose tonight's game? It never happens with the Refs on their side.

tylerdolphin
11-09-2010, 02:22 AM
Cincy got some pretty iffy calls go their way towards the end. But hey, if you guys want to believe the NFL has some crazy Steeler love affair, by all means believe it. The refs didnt even screw us in the Steelers game...the rulebook did.

afishfan
11-12-2010, 05:09 AM
Cincy got some pretty iffy calls go their way towards the end. But hey, if you guys want to believe the NFL has some crazy Steeler love affair, by all means believe it. The refs didnt even screw us in the Steelers game...the rulebook did.

ummmm have to disagree on this one.....the ref that signaled touchdown COULD NOT SEE THE BALL.....do you understand that???? HE COULD NOT SEE THE BALL.....it was fumbled ONE YARD BEFORE THE ENDZONE....and YET he was quick to signal the play dead and call a touchdown. not just a simple mistake but A CLEAR disregard for the rules that apply to his JOB. and the man was ****ing from pittsburgh. give me a break. in addition HOW THE **** DO OFFICIALS DETERMINE WHO RECOVERS A BALL IN A PILE????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? BY WHO COMES OUT OF THE ****ING PILE THANK YOU!!!!!!! THERE WAS CLEAR EVIDENCE OF THE RECOVERY ON TAPE....MORE CLEAR EVIDENCE THAN ON A NORMAL RECOVERY ON THE FIELD IN FACT. this was NOT a case where they followed the rules and CERTAINLY not the SPIRIT of the rule (which of course is actually most important) this is a case where an official used the wording of a rule to FIT THEIR DESIRED OUTCOME and HID behind the rulebook and the NFL covered it up as if there is no conspiracy so it simply goes away....so people will forget about it and be appeased.....just like the tuck rule....EVERYBODY KNOWS WE GOT ****ED and the NFL covered it up......and i personally believe the officials in this game had an agenda

tylerdolphin
11-12-2010, 06:23 AM
ummmm have to disagree on this one.....the ref that signaled touchdown COULD NOT SEE THE BALL.....do you understand that???? HE COULD NOT SEE THE BALL.....it was fumbled ONE YARD BEFORE THE ENDZONE....and YET he was quick to signal the play dead and call a touchdown. not just a simple mistake but A CLEAR disregard for the rules that apply to his JOB. and the man was ****ing from pittsburgh. give me a break. in addition HOW THE **** DO OFFICIALS DETERMINE WHO RECOVERS A BALL IN A PILE????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? BY WHO COMES OUT OF THE ****ING PILE THANK YOU!!!!!!! THERE WAS CLEAR EVIDENCE OF THE RECOVERY ON TAPE....MORE CLEAR EVIDENCE THAN ON A NORMAL RECOVERY ON THE FIELD IN FACT. this was NOT a case where they followed the rules and CERTAINLY not the SPIRIT of the rule (which of course is actually most important) this is a case where an official used the wording of a rule to FIT THEIR DESIRED OUTCOME and HID behind the rulebook and the NFL covered it up as if there is no conspiracy so it simply goes away....so people will forget about it and be appeased.....just like the tuck rule....EVERYBODY KNOWS WE GOT ****ED and the NFL covered it up......and i personally believe the officials in this game had an agenda
Just so we're clear...The fix was in for the Steelers to win in a game where we scored three times as often? OK. Whatever makes you feel better I guess.

Yea, the ref shouldnt have been so quick to signal TD, but he did. And once he did that the rule was that the replay had to show who recovered the fumble. It didnt, and here we are. I am as bummed about that loss as anyone, but we only have ourselves to blame for that loss. You cant kick 5 FGs and then whine about the refs losing the game for you or a fix being in.

JCane
11-12-2010, 06:26 AM
ummmm have to disagree on this one.....the ref that signaled touchdown COULD NOT SEE THE BALL.....do you understand that???? HE COULD NOT SEE THE BALL.....it was fumbled ONE YARD BEFORE THE ENDZONE....and YET he was quick to signal the play dead and call a touchdown. not just a simple mistake but A CLEAR disregard for the rules that apply to his JOB. and the man was ****ing from pittsburgh. give me a break. in addition HOW THE **** DO OFFICIALS DETERMINE WHO RECOVERS A BALL IN A PILE????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? BY WHO COMES OUT OF THE ****ING PILE THANK YOU!!!!!!! THERE WAS CLEAR EVIDENCE OF THE RECOVERY ON TAPE....MORE CLEAR EVIDENCE THAN ON A NORMAL RECOVERY ON THE FIELD IN FACT. this was NOT a case where they followed the rules and CERTAINLY not the SPIRIT of the rule (which of course is actually most important) this is a case where an official used the wording of a rule to FIT THEIR DESIRED OUTCOME and HID behind the rulebook and the NFL covered it up as if there is no conspiracy so it simply goes away....so people will forget about it and be appeased.....just like the tuck rule....EVERYBODY KNOWS WE GOT ****ED and the NFL covered it up......and i personally believe the officials in this game had an agenda

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