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    Quote Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966 View Post
    Ike Taylor with a big INT... returns it 30 yards to the CINN 8-yd-line. Hit Henry's hands but he was hammered and it bounced out for the pick. Turnovers...
    That looked like it hurt.

    In any case, I think this one might just come down to whoever has the ball last.
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    In any case, I think this one might just come down to whoever has the ball last.
    You may be right. I was shocked when they stated that all points have been scored w/ the wind.

    Parker stuffs it in from the 1-yd-line on 4th down to make it 17-14 PITT.
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    You may be right. I was shocked when they stated that all points have been scored w/ the wind.

    Parker stuffs it in from the 1-yd-line on 4th down to make it 17-14 PITT.
    The wind in that stadium wreaks havoc with the passing game all too often. It's why Pitt needs to put up, in my estimation, at least another 7 in the third to have a real shot at winning this ballgame.
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    The wind in that stadium wreaks havoc with the passing game all too often. It's why Pitt needs to put up, in my estimation, at least another 7 in the third to have a real shot at winning this ballgame.
    Yep... and CINN keeps throwing the ball. As a Bengals fan I am into running the clock and turning the other way before the playbook is opened past page 3. Almost had two throws picked there... leaves 4:45 on the clock as they go 3-and-out.
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    Yep... and CINN keeps throwing the ball. As a Bengals fan I am into running the clock and turning the other way before the playbook is opened past page 3. Almost had two throws picked there... leaves 4:45 on the clock as they go 3-and-out.
    Yep. Pitt needs to do more than eat the clock at this point because they need to be mindful of how hard it is to convert a FG into that wind if they get within range before the end of the 3rd.

    BTW, I found a DVD collection of all four Steelers playoff games yesterday (complete games) at Wal Mart. Anyone know if the NFL has released complete playoff games like that before?
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    Christ. How dumb are you, Ben? Seriously.
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    Turnovers have been crucial, as they usually are, in this game. And once again...

    Palmer fumbles for the third time and finally loses one. Sacked as two Steelers came almost untouched. Steelers ball at their own 31.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966 View Post
    Turnovers have been crucial, as they usually are, in this game. And once again...

    Palmer fumbles for the third time and finally loses one. Sacked as two Steelers came almost untouched. Steelers ball at their own 31.
    Was that the same RB who picked up the first fumble and ran for the 1st down who tried to pick up the last one?
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    Was that the same RB who picked up the first fumble and ran for the 1st down who tried to pick up the last one?
    I couldn't tell who it was that time. #33, Kenny Watson, had the 1st one that you mentioned.

    They turn around. Bengals need to hold onto the ball nad hopefully get Carson on target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966 View Post
    Turnovers have been crucial, as they usually are, in this game. And once again...

    Palmer fumbles for the third time and finally loses one. Sacked as two Steelers came almost untouched. Steelers ball at their own 31.
    Freakin' Steelers need to have their heads examined after this loss. Complete and utter stupidity shown today.
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    Re: Steeler Week

    TD pass to TJ makes it 21-17 Bengals with just under 8 minutes left.

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    Ballgame.

    If you'd like a couple more turnovers for a little icing on the cake, I'm sure the Steelers can oblige.
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    And just like that....

    28-17 Bengals
    What if this wasn't a rhetorical question?

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    I'm sure there will be some fire Cowher talk after today, Steelers will be 1-2.
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