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    Re: Super Bowl XLV

    The 2010 Champions of the National Football League are the Green Bay Packers

    Football season's over! That means baseball is close!!

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    Re: Super Bowl XLV

    Quote Originally Posted by Redsfan320 View Post
    The 2010 Champions of the National Football League are the Green Bay Packers

    Football season's over! That means baseball is close!!

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    The Steelers lost, Rodgers has as many SB wins as the drama queen, and P's & C's just over a week away. I'll take it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blumj View Post
    The Steelers lost, Rodgers has as many SB wins as the drama queen, and P's & C's just over a week away. I'll take it.
    So far as I know, Super Bowl wins:

    Rodgers: 1
    Drama Queen: 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vottomatic View Post
    The better team, The Packers, survived despite losing their best defensive backs late in the first half allowing the Steelers to start passing again, because they were getting shut down until those two went out.

    Congrats to the new dynasty in football and Aaron Rodgers.

    Steelers are done. Put a fork in them. Their dynasty is over.
    Guess you're pretty loose in handing out on that dynasty label.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Ray View Post
    So far as I know, Super Bowl wins:

    Rodgers: 1
    Drama Queen: 2
    Sorry, I was referring to the previous Packers QB.
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    Packers = class

    Steelers = trash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutaman View Post
    Gun to my head: I think Rodgers has a big game as he usually does indoors. I don't think Capers will be embarrassed by Ben R two years in a row. Green Bay 31 Steelers 24. And despite two defensive coordinators who have invented modern NFL defense, take the over.
    I'll try to do better the next time. I didn't factor in that Nolan would go for the two point conversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutaman View Post
    I'll try to do better the next time. I didn't factor in that Nolan would go for the two point conversion.
    I hope you made some money off of that prediction. Well played.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slyder View Post
    I would be shocked if the spread is any bigger both teams have outstanding defenses. It should be a very well played game where it might come down to a big play by one of the defenses is deciding factor.
    I know, I know I said 1 play but 3 big plays from the GB defense won this game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt700wlw View Post
    Packers = class

    Steelers = trash
    This Super Bowl certainly has brought out the best in Bengals fans.

    The Pittsburgh Steelers are the class of the NFL. Literally, the best organization the NFL has to offer. Off the charts in classiness. Well run from top to bottom with a world-class owner.

    Oh, wait, they employ a dude to play quarterback with no criminal record who was crucified in the court of public opinion. Right. Morally reprehensible, that is.
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    Being a lifelong Browns fan I am really happy for Clay Matthew III (Thor), who is the spitting image of his Dad who, in 19 yrs, never got to experience a SB.

    Good article.... Matthews Family Is Football Royalty

    http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/news/story?id=6068060

    Can't wait to get to work this morning and hear what one of the most obnoxious, big-mouthed, Steeler fans I have ever met has to say. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    Being a lifelong Browns fan I am really happy for Clay Matthew III (Thor), who is the spitting image of his Dad who, in 19 yrs, never got to experience a SB.

    Good article.... Matthews Family Is Football Royalty
    Clay is a gift from heaven to all Packer fans. What's amazing is that he was a walk-on in college who never started until partway into his senior season. Whats more amazing is that despite his weak college resume, Ted Thompson had the wherewithall to trade up and grab him in the first round of the draft. Kudos to Kevin Greene who spotted Matthews' talent from the getgo and who has been his coach with the Packers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveat Emperor View Post
    This Super Bowl certainly has brought out the best in Bengals fans.

    The Pittsburgh Steelers are the class of the NFL. Literally, the best organization the NFL has to offer. Off the charts in classiness. Well run from top to bottom with a world-class owner.

    Oh, wait, they employ a dude to play quarterback with no criminal record who was crucified in the court of public opinion. Right. Morally reprehensible, that is.
    I think many would point to on-field issues when making charges against the Steelers, such as going for knees, trash talking, head hunting, all of which is excessive and would not be considered "classy." All of that has nothing to do with the QB.

    I would agree with you that they do have a good football program that produces consistent winning football.
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    I dislike most franchises, although I'm thankful it was a close game and that the Steelers didn't win. Pack were the best team throughout the playoffs, no doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razor Shines View Post
    Guess you're pretty loose in handing out on that dynasty label.
    Young team.

    Great young QB.

    They'll be in the playoffs for years to come.
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