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How Much We Win By?
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Who Cares, JUST WIN
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big_palooka


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

JustPlainNasty wrote:
Congrats guys. Id say they & Palmer played some discipline football in the second half. It was too poetic for Seabass to not make that kick. I'm sure Al is smiling.

Knowledgable Steelers fans knew that this would not be as easy as it was perceived by many.


After seeing who lit his memorial torch, I doubt it. Laughing Laughing
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

oak42069 wrote:
big_palooka wrote:
oak42069 wrote:
oak42069 wrote:
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"guys were going to lose this game"

"a blow out"

"the boos will surface"


far from the reality of it.

Laughing

lets see what the fellas have to say today Wink


I'll bite.

The Steelers beat themselves. Penalties and turnovers kept the Raiders in the game and eventually gave it away.

Roethlisberger throws 384 and 4TDs and they lose? That will rarely, ever happen in the NFL.

It was great to get a win and props to the coaching staff for keeping them fighting and making some half time adjustments. But the defense can't play that way and expect to be competitive every week.

Manning is up next. The Raiders need to make some big time adjustments this week. Need to figure out a way to generate pass rush and cover underneath. Force Manning to throw deep where he's struggling. If they are going to give his WR 12 yard cushions all game, trouble is brewing.


oh please

we were without 2 starting corners playing with dbs that wouldnt make some teams practice squad.

we won cuz we played as well as they did and guess what?

better. score shows it, proof in the pudding

1-2 fans


And they played w/out their 2 star defensive players Troy and Harrison. Just saying.

They beat themselves with penalties and turnovers. The offense took their defense to task. But lets not pretend like Roethlisberger didn't just ease his way through the Raiders defense. It won't get any easier for a QB.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Congrats on the win guys. Much love from Vikings Nation. My dads a Raiders fan so we were rooting hard for you. Can't think of a much better team to get the first win on, My dad still hates the Steelers. It felt like in the first half they should have ran the ball more and the defense struggled for a good chunk of the game. But a win is a win. Beat Denver next week and good luck the rest of the way.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

big_palooka wrote:
JustPlainNasty wrote:
Congrats guys. Id say they & Palmer played some discipline football in the second half. It was too poetic for Seabass to not make that kick. I'm sure Al is smiling.

Knowledgable Steelers fans knew that this would not be as easy as it was perceived by many.


After seeing who lit his memorial torch, I doubt it. Laughing Laughing


I lol'd Laughing
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

big_palooka wrote:
JustPlainNasty wrote:
Congrats guys. Id say they & Palmer played some discipline football in the second half. It was too poetic for Seabass to not make that kick. I'm sure Al is smiling.

Knowledgable Steelers fans knew that this would not be as easy as it was perceived by many.


After seeing who lit his memorial torch, I doubt it. Laughing Laughing


Yeah I was legit a little pissed off when I saw that.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

oak42069 wrote:
big_palooka wrote:
oak42069 wrote:
oak42069 wrote:
1-2



"guys were going to lose this game"

"a blow out"

"the boos will surface"


far from the reality of it.

Laughing

lets see what the fellas have to say today Wink


I'll bite.

The Steelers beat themselves. Penalties and turnovers kept the Raiders in the game and eventually gave it away.

Roethlisberger throws 384 and 4TDs and they lose? That will rarely, ever happen in the NFL.

It was great to get a win and props to the coaching staff for keeping them fighting and making some half time adjustments. But the defense can't play that way and expect to be competitive every week.

Manning is up next. The Raiders need to make some big time adjustments this week. Need to figure out a way to generate pass rush and cover underneath. Force Manning to throw deep where he's struggling. If they are going to give his WR 12 yard cushions all game, trouble is brewing.


oh please

we were without 2 starting corners playing with dbs that wouldnt make some teams practice squad.

we won cuz we played as well as they did and guess what?

better. score shows it, proof in the pudding

1-2 fans


Yes and no.

I was talking to a friend of mine during the game who is a die-hard Steelers fan, and he was saying the same thing as Palooka all game long. On one hand, they killed us in the passing game, on the other hand, our offense stepped up big time in the second half. But you can't ignore all the penalties they had and those turnovers were key. They had scored TDs on 3 of the first 5 drives before the first fumble, they were in a rhythm and we took the ball away. The Steelers are 18-6 when Ben throws for 3+ TDs, plus the fact that it was such a close game means the odds of us winning would have been severely low had they not made those mistakes.
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http://www.whosay.com/AdamSchefter/content/402124?wsref=tw&code=LKu4eQk

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Darrius Heyward-Bey was released this morning from Eden Medical Center after spending the night under observation. He is resting at home with a concussion and neck strain, and expected to make a full recovery.

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NickButera wrote:
http://www.whosay.com/AdamSchefter/content/402124?wsref=tw&code=LKu4eQk

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Darrius Heyward-Bey was released this morning from Eden Medical Center after spending the night under observation. He is resting at home with a concussion and neck strain, and expected to make a full recovery.


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Can someone give me a link to that hit Giordano put on that one receiver. He absolutely destroyed him on a deep pass down the middle of the field! I wanna show it to my friend haha



I remember face-palming over the fact Gioradno seemed to be celebrating it. What a clown.


+1. Reminded me of Mike Mitchell. Whatta boob.


Fixed.

Giordano is actually a big hitter since his days at Cal. Laying somebody out cleanly is a great feeling despite how much you guys wanna clown somebody. Especially since he hasn't done it in a while. The fans loved it too.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Silver&Black88 wrote:
big_palooka wrote:
JustPlainNasty wrote:
Congrats guys. Id say they & Palmer played some discipline football in the second half. It was too poetic for Seabass to not make that kick. I'm sure Al is smiling.

Knowledgable Steelers fans knew that this would not be as easy as it was perceived by many.


After seeing who lit his memorial torch, I doubt it. Laughing Laughing


Yeah I was legit a little pissed off when I saw that.


Not me. Marcus is a big reason why I became a Raider fan as a kid. My childhood ended when he wore that ketchup and mustard unitard in nobody cares Kansas City.
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RaiderX wrote:
Silver&Black88 wrote:
Raidin wrote:
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Can someone give me a link to that hit Giordano put on that one receiver. He absolutely destroyed him on a deep pass down the middle of the field! I wanna show it to my friend haha



I remember face-palming over the fact Gioradno seemed to be celebrating it. What a clown.


+1. Reminded me of Mike Mitchell. Whatta boob.


Fixed.

Giordano is actually a big hitter since his days at Cal. Laying somebody out cleanly is a great feeling despite how much you guys wanna clown somebody. Especially since he hasn't done it in a while. The fans loved it too.


I can't imagine how giving up a huge passing play is ever a good feeling no matter what you eventually do to stop them embarrassing you even more .
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ZoomWaffle wrote:
oak42069 wrote:
big_palooka wrote:
oak42069 wrote:
oak42069 wrote:
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"guys were going to lose this game"

"a blow out"

"the boos will surface"


far from the reality of it.

Laughing

lets see what the fellas have to say today Wink


I'll bite.

The Steelers beat themselves. Penalties and turnovers kept the Raiders in the game and eventually gave it away.

Roethlisberger throws 384 and 4TDs and they lose? That will rarely, ever happen in the NFL.

It was great to get a win and props to the coaching staff for keeping them fighting and making some half time adjustments. But the defense can't play that way and expect to be competitive every week.

Manning is up next. The Raiders need to make some big time adjustments this week. Need to figure out a way to generate pass rush and cover underneath. Force Manning to throw deep where he's struggling. If they are going to give his WR 12 yard cushions all game, trouble is brewing.


oh please

we were without 2 starting corners playing with dbs that wouldnt make some teams practice squad.

we won cuz we played as well as they did and guess what?

better. score shows it, proof in the pudding

1-2 fans


Yes and no.

I was talking to a friend of mine during the game who is a die-hard Steelers fan, and he was saying the same thing as Palooka all game long. On one hand, they killed us in the passing game, on the other hand, our offense stepped up big time in the second half. But you can't ignore all the penalties they had and those turnovers were key. They had scored TDs on 3 of the first 5 drives before the first fumble, they were in a rhythm and we took the ball away. The Steelers are 18-6 when Ben throws for 3+ TDs, plus the fact that it was such a close game means the odds of us winning would have been severely low had they not made those mistakes.


we kept em out of the end zone the entire 4th Q, minimized penalties, and secured the ball.. the difference

i agree that pittsburgh shouldve kept goin but we shut em down and forced the turnovers. they didnt hand us shish.

what they did is hand us the ball in the endzone for a touch back Laughing ..instead got 7 lucky break for big ben and the curtain..u kidding me

enjoy the win fellas
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 6:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

looked like gio was celebrating because he thought he made the wr drop the ball, he looked pist when he saw the wr with the ball
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 6:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Happy that it was Antonio Brown who fumbled the ball that led led to us tying the game.

For someone who goes out of his way to celebrate EVERY SINGLE CATCH, maybe this will remind him to save the celebratory stuff till after the game, but probably not.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 6:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

oak42069 wrote:
ZoomWaffle wrote:
oak42069 wrote:
big_palooka wrote:
oak42069 wrote:
oak42069 wrote:
1-2



"guys were going to lose this game"

"a blow out"

"the boos will surface"


far from the reality of it.

Laughing

lets see what the fellas have to say today Wink


I'll bite.

The Steelers beat themselves. Penalties and turnovers kept the Raiders in the game and eventually gave it away.

Roethlisberger throws 384 and 4TDs and they lose? That will rarely, ever happen in the NFL.

It was great to get a win and props to the coaching staff for keeping them fighting and making some half time adjustments. But the defense can't play that way and expect to be competitive every week.

Manning is up next. The Raiders need to make some big time adjustments this week. Need to figure out a way to generate pass rush and cover underneath. Force Manning to throw deep where he's struggling. If they are going to give his WR 12 yard cushions all game, trouble is brewing.


oh please

we were without 2 starting corners playing with dbs that wouldnt make some teams practice squad.

we won cuz we played as well as they did and guess what?

better. score shows it, proof in the pudding

1-2 fans


Yes and no.

I was talking to a friend of mine during the game who is a die-hard Steelers fan, and he was saying the same thing as Palooka all game long. On one hand, they killed us in the passing game, on the other hand, our offense stepped up big time in the second half. But you can't ignore all the penalties they had and those turnovers were key. They had scored TDs on 3 of the first 5 drives before the first fumble, they were in a rhythm and we took the ball away. The Steelers are 18-6 when Ben throws for 3+ TDs, plus the fact that it was such a close game means the odds of us winning would have been severely low had they not made those mistakes.


we kept em out of the end zone the entire 4th Q, minimized penalties, and secured the ball.. the difference

i agree that pittsburgh shouldve kept goin but we shut em down and forced the turnovers. they didnt hand us shish.

what they did is hand us the ball in the endzone for a touch back Laughing ..instead got 7 lucky break for big ben and the curtain..u kidding me

enjoy the win fellas


Thats true, we did great overall in the 4th, but early on the Steelers had costly penalties and a fumble. They should have been up even more going into half time. Our entire team looked pretty bad in the first half, aside from McFadden's big run. Those mistakes in the 1st half kept us in the game. In the second half, it was all our team stepping it up, which is why I said you and Palooka were both right.
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