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    Quote Originally Posted by astrogirl_2100
    Count me among the Steelers fans .
    You go girl!!!

    Because I don't get Steeler's games up here in Mass, I watched the Bengals and Jets game. I'm pretty impressed with Carson Palmer. I think he'll mature in to a good QB.

    And although I hate the Giants, I thought Kurt Warner was robbed of a winning game. His TE and WR's blew many open field passes which could've changed the outcome of the game. Then Eli comes in, hands off the ball for a touchdown. You could see the anger on Kurt's face, and rightfully so. The recieving corps of the Giants are so full of it, I hate when they laugh off a potential touchdown drop.
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    i think eli manning is a punk. i'm so glad jerome mcdougle knocked the living day lights outta him.

    unfortunately, i'm a bears fan. whatever, i'm a huge NFL and fantasy football fan, and that's all that matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ping007
    unfortunately, i'm a bears fan. whatever, i'm a huge NFL and fantasy football fan, and that's all that matters.

    how about da bears beating up on GB in lambeau?

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    Hey, my :chefs are 0-2.

    Maybe this is a sign we will make the playoffs this time considering we were undefeated for so long last season and didn't make them.
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    Seahawks are 2-0! and we are at home vs. the 49ers so hopefully we can start the season 3-0!

    and how about those Lions starting 2-0?
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    The Seahawks game yesterday was a good one. Too bad I slept through the Detroit game, I am a big Harrington fan. The Falcons also won, so it looked like a good week for me.

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    Pretty bummed about the Green Bay loss.

    Super glad to hear the Lions are 2-0 now!

    What happened to the Steelers??! Wasn't able to see that game, lucky for me, I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maveno

    What happened to the Steelers??! Wasn't able to see that game, lucky for me, I suppose.
    Maddox got hurt and back-up Rothlisberger came in and lit it up, albeit too late. My buddies in Pittsburgh say that secretly the team hopes he fills in for Maddox next week as well. Keeping fingers crossed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedbump
    Maddox got hurt and back-up Rothlisberger came in and lit it up, albeit too late. My buddies in Pittsburgh say that secretly the team hopes he fills in for Maddox next week as well. Keeping fingers crossed.
    apparantly, maddox has some torn ligaments in his arm. he could be out 6+ weeks. i like Rothlesberger. he's big and mobile. he's on my Madden franchise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ping007
    apparantly, maddox has some torn ligaments in his arm. he could be out 6+ weeks. i like Rothlesberger. he's big and mobile. he's on my Madden franchise.

    Yeah, saw that last night. Out 6+ weeks. Go Rothlisberger!!!!!!!
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