OK Boys and Girls! The 2005-06 NFL season playoffs

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by NPursuit
    Congrats to the Broncos! I wish I could have taken the loss a little better, the Pats played like total ****. That was not the team I'm used to seeing. Some was from a loud crowd, some was from a good Denver D. I would say most of it, was from self destruction. Oh well you can't win every Super Bowl.
    Well, you said it a lot more succinctly than I did!

    And it's true that the Broncos did cause some disruptions of the Patriots offense. Still they were able to move the ball.

    Anyway, it's all moot now.

    Good luck Broncos.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by natedogg
    That's if they can even make it past Pittsburgh next week.
    Who's doubting me now.
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  3. Congrats Steelers fans! You deserved that game. I can't believe they called that an incomplete pass. You were almost robbed.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by LCSULLA
    Didn't we beat you guys once? If Joe can get that pathetic offense to acutally do a few things then it will be a game.
    What was that you were saying? yeah, didnt think I would see a post in here looking for me. Seriously, good game to the skins. Just got outplayed a little. They will be a tough team agian next year.

  5. And how about that Bears defense.
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  6. what a finish in the colts steelers game

    good lord that thing looked like a movie script

    one of the best ever.

    WOW.

    the last two drives though were indy in a nutshell = poor judgements under stress. lots of playcalling that shouldnt have been made. just WOW.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by revodrew
    What was that you were saying? yeah, didnt think I would see a post in here looking for me. Seriously, good game to the skins. Just got outplayed a little. They will be a tough team agian next year.
    Yeah. Well at least they went to the second round of the playoffs this year. Hopfully they wil;l be able to buold upon this for next year.

  8. It gets easier to see from here:

    Steelers beat Broncos

    Panthers beat Seahawks



    Panthers = SB Champs

  9. Steelers <=> Colts was a great game. What a great win for the Steelers, that was amazing. I gotta feel bad though for Peyton & Tony Dungy. 13-0 tearing through the regular season, it seemed like it was going to be their year. Still you have to like that Bettis hung around another year and now has a shot.

    Mike Vanderjagt...... poor guy, what a way to end his season, Mr. automatic shanks. He'll beat himself up all off season for that one. Too bad. Almost was Bettis instead. I never thought the Steelers could beat Indy @ Indy.

    I did think the Panthers would beat Chicago though, the way they blew through the Giants. Made Chicago's D look very ordinary, didn't they? Steve Smith is incredible.

    Somehow I don't have any confidence in the Seahawks. Great record and all, though not the toughest schedule. When I think of them I think of how the Giants almost beat them during the season and did really, except their field goal kicker missed 3 makable field goals. Maybe they'll prove me wrong but I don't see them going all the way.

  10. ATTN: Vanderchoke
    The parking lot called and would like more footballs kicked their way.

    You think he'll be yelling LACES OUT! for the entire off-season??



    Ryan Leaf will win a superbowl before Peyton Manning



    great game Steelers!! Everybody's been all over Indy's jock all year long. Sure, they had one helluva season, but SD definitely revealed that they are also not invincible:


  11. Quote Originally Posted by sandinsciuz
    It gets easier to see from here:

    Steelers beat Broncos

    Panthers beat Seahawks



    Panthers = SB Champs
    You never learn

  12. Quote Originally Posted by sandinsciuz
    It gets easier to see from here:

    Steelers beat Broncos

    Panthers beat Seahawks



    Panthers = SB Champs
    Thanks Ms. Cleo.
    GO Hawks!
    Sage

  13. Bleh. Definitely didnt turn out as I had hopes.

    One theme I keep seeing over many games over the past 3-4 weeks is HORRIBLE penalty calls. On BOTH sides of the ball today there were just terrible calls by the refs. I enjoy a great game of football but I absolutely HATE it when so many poor penalties are called (or not called) and they have a chance of affecting the game.

    Indy started rusty; I was very worried about that to be honest. In the 4th quarter they began to play more like they usually do. Unfortunately, Manning went with a pass on 3rd and 2 when he still had a timeout left (and not going for the 1st down and then spiking it). I think his move was more boneheaded than Vanderjacht by far. You cant make all field goal attempts; especially from longer yardage (lets face it, 46 yards isnt exactly easy)

    I think if they went 2 out of 3; the Colts would win the next two. I also feel that the Pats would have taken the next two against the Broncos as well. Oh well... there's always next year.

    My prediction now? Panthers over Seahawks, Steelers over Broncos, Panthers win in a close one.

  14. In my eyes, I think the Steelers are the sentimental favorite. I'm hoping they can finally make it to a Super Bowl and win one for the skipper after 14 seasons of disappointment. That's who I'll be rooting for.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by natedogg
    In my eyes, I think the Steelers are the sentimental favorite. I'm hoping they can finally make it to a Super Bowl and win one for the skipper after 14 seasons of disappointment. That's who I'll be rooting for.
    Ditto this. Now that my bears are out I am rooting for the Steelers.

    I wanna see Bettis retire in style. Class act and one helluva player deserves his moment.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by houseman
    Ditto this. Now that my bears are out I am rooting for the Steelers.

    I wanna see Bettis retire in style. Class act and one helluva player deserves his moment.
    I "third" this.

    And I wouldn't say I "never" learn, I've done it once or twice in my life . I know the Broncos are the new favorites, I just don't see it. But good luck to them nonetheless

    On Indy, everyone will point the finger at Manning for not being able to withstand the "pressure" of Blittsburgh.

    But if someone wants to point a finger of blame, start with the O line and coaching staff. Failure to make adjustments. How is it that after the 1st quarter of mostly 3 and outs, the coaching staff can't come up with adjustments in blocking, and play calling to compensate? If 8+ are in the box and coming, the short passing game will yield results, there's only so many defenders to cover receivers. Where were all the screen passes to Edgerrin James? Why was he used so sparingly (13 attempts) ?

    It just looked as if they went into this game with their plan and were going to run it and that was it. Finally in the 4th quarter it started to work for them, only because Pittsburgh started going conservative. Once Pittsburgh went back to blitzing, that was it.

    Failure to adjust to game circumstances....... I know Dungy delegates a lot of play calling to Manning, that was obvious when Manning waived off the punting team on a 4th and 2 play. However, blame the coaching staff for failure to assert themselves and be the coaches when it was necessary.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Bean
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    My prediction now? Panthers over Seahawks, Steelers over Broncos, Panthers win in a close one.
    Holy cow Bean, we're in agreement ?!?! Is this REALLY Bean, or has someone stolen his password?


  18. I'm guessing it's gonna be Seattle-Pittsburgh.

  19. Quote Originally Posted by milwood
    I'm guessing it's gonna be Seattle-Pittsburgh.
    Carolina-Blitzberg

  20. Quote Originally Posted by milwood
    I'm guessing it's gonna be Seattle-Pittsburgh.
    I agree

  21. that call in the steelers game, along with some of the spots were staight up robbery. That was bull**** to the max. Even more bull**** than the "tuck" rule. Also bull**** were Peyton Manning's comments after the game. He called out his entire offensive line, saying they didn't protect him well enough. When it was his responsibility to call out the blitz...hmm...

  22. Quote Originally Posted by Rictor33
    that call in the steelers game, along with some of the spots were staight up robbery. That was bull**** to the max. Even more bull**** than the "tuck" rule. Also bull**** were Peyton Manning's comments after the game. He called out his entire offensive line, saying they didn't protect him well enough. When it was his responsibility to call out the blitz...hmm...
    No. He didn't call out his O-line.

    He simply said he didn't get protection. Which he didn't. When the Steelers are bringing 8 and 9 ****ing guys you can't get protection.

    Tell me how YOU would pick up blitz packages that see 8 and 9 guys bringing the heat.

    I suspect he called them out. They simply couldn't match up.

    Steelers put together one helluva game plan.

  23. Putting pressure on Peyton is key as seen in the Chargers game and yesterday afternoon.

  24. I'm rooting for the Steelers to win it but I see the Broncos beating the Seahawks in the Super Bowl. Denver's defense will be too much to overcome for Pittsburgh. I still can't believe the Colts lost in the freakin divisional round.

  25. saying: "I am trying to be a good teammate.... But we had some protection problems" Is a direct shot at your offensive line. I don't know how you could read that any differently. Oh and here's what I would do, I would keep in packages which had the edge in them, and I would audible to running the ball and screen passes. It was also on their home turf, meaning audibling to completely new plays on offense would have been very easy to do. If they had kept the steelers defense on the field longer by running and grinding a little, that pass rush wouldn't have been half as effective in the end of the game. The Steelers are a tough team up the middle, but when they blitz like that there is no way you can run those medium to deep pass routes that the colts kept running. I think anyone that knows football or played football can answer those questions. They needed to use Edge more often due to the blitz, he is a good pass reciever and has been running with
    power this year. Peyton went out there and tried to do everything himself and in the end sunk his teams chances. He was overriding the coaches decision, which thank god for him turned out ok, but who is really the coach of this team? I like Tony D and all, but he has always been way too lenient with his players and not passionate enough during games... In Tampa Bay they were always good, but never super-bowl material, until a hard-ass coach came along (John Gruden). Players are loyal to Tony, because he is a good guy who knows what it's like to be out there, but I think his offensive planning and game management has always been very lackluster.
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