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AfricanMaster
1/2/2009     
Member I Hope E/everyone had a great Holiday season but, it is time to put those decorations up and prepare for the really best time of the year. THE NFL Playoffs.

Who Y/you got?

Who is Y/your team?



Week 1:

IND VS SD
BAL VS MIA


PHI VS MIN
ATL VS ARI



GO STEELERS!!!
Post #871766 Back to top ▲
1/2/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
I Hope E/everyone had a great Holiday season but, it is time to put those decorations up and prepare for the really best time of the year. THE NFL Playoffs.

Who Y/you got?

Who is Y/your team?



Week 1:

IND VS SD
BAL VS MIA


PHI VS MIN
ATL VS ARI



GO STEELERS!!!
Post #871766
AfricanMaster
1/2/2009     
Member Hey Bree , good to see you. Hope you had a great holiday and good luck to the

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1/2/2009
  
AfricanMaster
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Hey Bree , good to see you. Hope you had a great holiday and good luck to the

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AfricanMaster
1/4/2009     
Member Well Sorry for you bree. Dolphins couldn't hand the defense.
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1/4/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
Well Sorry for you bree. Dolphins couldn't hand the defense.
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AfricanMaster
1/5/2009     
Member agreed... The tuna has them on the right track.We all know that dolphins love tuna Wink
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1/5/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
agreed... The tuna has them on the right track.We all know that dolphins love tuna Wink
Post #872033
AfricanMaster
1/5/2009     
Member I am sure lilN is happy about the Ravens though.


OK E/everyone,who you got ? Y/you can just make your Super Bowl Picks.

AFC:
Baltimore vs Tennessee = TN
San Diego vs STEELERS!!!! = STEELERS!!!!

NFC:
Arizona vs Carolina = Carolina(GO Deangelo!!)
Eagles vs Giants = GIANTS
Post #872034 Back to top ▲
1/5/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
I am sure lilN is happy about the Ravens though.


OK E/everyone,who you got ? Y/you can just make your Super Bowl Picks.

AFC:
Baltimore vs Tennessee = TN
San Diego vs STEELERS!!!! = STEELERS!!!!

NFC:
Arizona vs Carolina = Carolina(GO Deangelo!!)
Eagles vs Giants = GIANTS
Post #872034
AfricanMaster
1/10/2009     
Member http://www.thespread.com/nfl-football-top-stories-100/nfl-divisional-playoff-picks-and-predictions-for-saturday-sunday-january.html

The 2009 NFL Playoffs are in full gear now as it enters its second week of action. Our team of writers and handicappers hand out their picks for the Divisional Round.

Bet the NFL Divisional Round Playoffs

Baltimore Ravens (11-5) at Tennessee Titans (13-3), 4:30 PM ET

The Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens have had two memorable meetings in the postseason and as two of the top defenses in the NFL prepare to meet again, there's no reason to believe this time will be any different.

Tennessee begins its playoff run on Saturday in Nashville with a divisional-round game against Baltimore, as another chapter is written in the heated rivalry between the two.

The AFC's top-seeded Titans start what they hope will be a journey to the Super Bowl after finishing the regular season 13-3 to clinch home-field advantage in the playoffs. That spot, however, hasn't been favorable to Tennessee in the past. In 2000, after a 13-3 season, it was also the top seed but lost to the Ravens. Baltimore eventually went on to beat the New York Giants in the Super Bowl.

The Titans got some revenge three years later as a wild card team, beating the AFC North division winners in the first round.

Both teams were eager to distance themselves from those matchups.

Tennessee and Baltimore have split the 18 all-time meetings between the two. The Titans have won three of the last four, but five of the last six games have been decided by less than a touchdown.

Pick: Tennessee – View Game Matchup | Best Line: -3 Sports Interaction

Arizona Cardinals (9-7) at Carolina Panthers (12-4), 8:00 PM ET

The Eastern time zone hasn't been very friendly to the Arizona Cardinals. The Carolina Panthers couldn't be more comfortable in their home just 200 miles from the Atlantic Ocean.

The Panthers look to improve to 9-0 at home by beating the Cardinals in Charlotte for the second time this season as the teams square off Saturday night for the chance to advance to the NFC championship game.

Carolina tied for the best regular-season record in the NFC at 12-4, thanks in large part to its first undefeated record at home since 1996. The Panthers won their eight games at Bank of America Stadium by an average of 15.4 points.

The Cardinals, meanwhile, went 0-5 in the East, losing to Washington, the New York Jets, Carolina, Philadelphia and New England by an average of 20.0 points. They are 2-20 in their last 22 games in the Eastern time zone.

The closest the Cardinals (10-7) came to a victory along the East Coast was their 27-23 loss to the Panthers on Oct. 26. Trailing 24-23 in the fourth quarter, Arizona drove to the Carolina 15-yard line before Kurt Warner's pass was intercepted by Pro Bowl linebacker Jon Beason. The Cardinals led 17-3 early in the third quarter of that game.

Warner threw for 381 yards, the most allowed by the Panthers until they gave up 386 to New Orleans' Drew Brees in their regular-season finale.

Pick: Carolina – View Game Matchup | Best Line: -9.5 Sports Interaction

Philadelphia Eagles (9-6-1) at New York Giants (12-4), 1:00PM ET

The New York Giants defied doubters and the odds last season, getting hot late in the year and riding that momentum to a stunning Super Bowl title despite entering the NFC playoffs as the fifth seed.

The Giants should see something very familiar in this year's Philadelphia Eagles.

New York opens the playoffs Sunday with a divisional-round game against the red-hot Eagles, who despite being the last seed in the conference, should pose a formidable challenge for their NFC East rivals at Giants Stadium.

New York (12-4) stumbled somewhat at the end of the season, dropping three of its last four, although it managed to clinch the top seed in the NFC with an overtime win over Carolina on Dec. 21. That earned a much-needed first-round bye for the Giants, who opened the season 11-1 and weathered a brutal schedule while playing 13 straight games after their bye week.

The Giants have won three of the last four meetings and six of nine. The teams have only met three times in the playoffs, with the Eagles taking the most recent matchup 23-20 at home Jan. 7, 2007 in a wild-card game.

Pick: Philadelphia – View Game Matchup | Best Line: +4 Sports Interaction

San Diego Chargers (8-8) at Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4), 4:30PM ET

San Diego's defense hung tough when threatened by the Pittsburgh Steelers in November. That type of resiliency has given the Chargers a rematch.

Another ineffective effort on offense for the Steelers isn't likely to be good enough this time against the streaking Chargers, who have advanced to this AFC divisional playoff game Sunday at Heinz Field even though LaDainian Tomlinson is doubtful for the game.

After a bye week, AFC North champion Pittsburgh (12-4) will face San Diego (9-8) for the first time since a game that embodied all of its ongoing concerns offensively.

The Steelers beat the Chargers 11-10 at Heinz Field on Nov. 16, but didn't score a touchdown despite making three trips inside San Diego's 20-yard line. One drive ended when Mewelde Moore was dropped for a 1-yard loss on fourth-and-goal from inside the 1, and Pittsburgh repeatedly hurt itself with 13 penalties.

Pick: San Diego – View Game Matchup | Best Line: -3 Sports Interaction

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Posted: 1/9/09 9:00PM ET
Post #872529 Back to top ▲
1/10/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
http://www.thespread.com/nfl-football-top-stories-100/nfl-divisional-playoff-picks-and-predictions-for-saturday-sunday-january.html

The 2009 NFL Playoffs are in full gear now as it enters its second week of action. Our team of writers and handicappers hand out their picks for the Divisional Round.

Bet the NFL Divisional Round Playoffs

Baltimore Ravens (11-5) at Tennessee Titans (13-3), 4:30 PM ET

The Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens have had two memorable meetings in the postseason and as two of the top defenses in the NFL prepare to meet again, there's no reason to believe this time will be any different.

Tennessee begins its playoff run on Saturday in Nashville with a divisional-round game against Baltimore, as another chapter is written in the heated rivalry between the two.

The AFC's top-seeded Titans start what they hope will be a journey to the Super Bowl after finishing the regular season 13-3 to clinch home-field advantage in the playoffs. That spot, however, hasn't been favorable to Tennessee in the past. In 2000, after a 13-3 season, it was also the top seed but lost to the Ravens. Baltimore eventually went on to beat the New York Giants in the Super Bowl.

The Titans got some revenge three years later as a wild card team, beating the AFC North division winners in the first round.

Both teams were eager to distance themselves from those matchups.

Tennessee and Baltimore have split the 18 all-time meetings between the two. The Titans have won three of the last four, but five of the last six games have been decided by less than a touchdown.

Pick: Tennessee – View Game Matchup | Best Line: -3 Sports Interaction

Arizona Cardinals (9-7) at Carolina Panthers (12-4), 8:00 PM ET

The Eastern time zone hasn't been very friendly to the Arizona Cardinals. The Carolina Panthers couldn't be more comfortable in their home just 200 miles from the Atlantic Ocean.

The Panthers look to improve to 9-0 at home by beating the Cardinals in Charlotte for the second time this season as the teams square off Saturday night for the chance to advance to the NFC championship game.

Carolina tied for the best regular-season record in the NFC at 12-4, thanks in large part to its first undefeated record at home since 1996. The Panthers won their eight games at Bank of America Stadium by an average of 15.4 points.

The Cardinals, meanwhile, went 0-5 in the East, losing to Washington, the New York Jets, Carolina, Philadelphia and New England by an average of 20.0 points. They are 2-20 in their last 22 games in the Eastern time zone.

The closest the Cardinals (10-7) came to a victory along the East Coast was their 27-23 loss to the Panthers on Oct. 26. Trailing 24-23 in the fourth quarter, Arizona drove to the Carolina 15-yard line before Kurt Warner's pass was intercepted by Pro Bowl linebacker Jon Beason. The Cardinals led 17-3 early in the third quarter of that game.

Warner threw for 381 yards, the most allowed by the Panthers until they gave up 386 to New Orleans' Drew Brees in their regular-season finale.

Pick: Carolina – View Game Matchup | Best Line: -9.5 Sports Interaction

Philadelphia Eagles (9-6-1) at New York Giants (12-4), 1:00PM ET

The New York Giants defied doubters and the odds last season, getting hot late in the year and riding that momentum to a stunning Super Bowl title despite entering the NFC playoffs as the fifth seed.

The Giants should see something very familiar in this year's Philadelphia Eagles.

New York opens the playoffs Sunday with a divisional-round game against the red-hot Eagles, who despite being the last seed in the conference, should pose a formidable challenge for their NFC East rivals at Giants Stadium.

New York (12-4) stumbled somewhat at the end of the season, dropping three of its last four, although it managed to clinch the top seed in the NFC with an overtime win over Carolina on Dec. 21. That earned a much-needed first-round bye for the Giants, who opened the season 11-1 and weathered a brutal schedule while playing 13 straight games after their bye week.

The Giants have won three of the last four meetings and six of nine. The teams have only met three times in the playoffs, with the Eagles taking the most recent matchup 23-20 at home Jan. 7, 2007 in a wild-card game.

Pick: Philadelphia – View Game Matchup | Best Line: +4 Sports Interaction

San Diego Chargers (8-8) at Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4), 4:30PM ET

San Diego's defense hung tough when threatened by the Pittsburgh Steelers in November. That type of resiliency has given the Chargers a rematch.

Another ineffective effort on offense for the Steelers isn't likely to be good enough this time against the streaking Chargers, who have advanced to this AFC divisional playoff game Sunday at Heinz Field even though LaDainian Tomlinson is doubtful for the game.

After a bye week, AFC North champion Pittsburgh (12-4) will face San Diego (9-8) for the first time since a game that embodied all of its ongoing concerns offensively.

The Steelers beat the Chargers 11-10 at Heinz Field on Nov. 16, but didn't score a touchdown despite making three trips inside San Diego's 20-yard line. One drive ended when Mewelde Moore was dropped for a 1-yard loss on fourth-and-goal from inside the 1, and Pittsburgh repeatedly hurt itself with 13 penalties.

Pick: San Diego – View Game Matchup | Best Line: -3 Sports Interaction

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Posted: 1/9/09 9:00PM ET
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AfricanMaster
1/11/2009     
Member Well, I am 0-2 today. Hopefully tomorrow will be better for Me. Congrat lilN on your team winning today
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1/11/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
Well, I am 0-2 today. Hopefully tomorrow will be better for Me. Congrat lilN on your team winning today
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AfricanMaster
1/12/2009     
Member STEELERS!!!


YEAH!!!!
STEEEEELRS!!!!!!!!!
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1/12/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
STEELERS!!!


YEAH!!!!
STEEEEELRS!!!!!!!!!
Post #872750
AfricanMaster
1/12/2009     
Member I was 1 and 3 this week but, the one thing i predicted right was the STEELERS!!!

Here are next week's teams:

AFC:
Raven vs Steelers=Steelers

NFC:
Eagles vs Cardinals=Eagles

Edited: 1/12/2009 by AfricanMaster
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1/12/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
I was 1 and 3 this week but, the one thing i predicted right was the STEELERS!!!

Here are next week's teams:

AFC:
Raven vs Steelers=Steelers

NFC:
Eagles vs Cardinals=Eagles

Edited: 1/12/2009 by AfricanMaster
Post #872758
AfricanMaster
1/12/2009     
Member The Bird thing is freaky bree. Happy we didn't play a bird team but, next week the streak shall end for the Ravens..
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1/12/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
The Bird thing is freaky bree. Happy we didn't play a bird team but, next week the streak shall end for the Ravens..
Post #872771
1-Bills-Drive
1/19/2009     
Member I am so glad I don't gamble
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1/19/2009
  
1-Bills-Drive
Member
I am so glad I don't gamble
Post #873407
AfricanMaster
1/19/2009     
Member Cardinal and STEELERS!


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GO STEELERS GO!!!!Hehe
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1/19/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
Cardinal and STEELERS!


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GO STEELERS GO!!!!Hehe
Post #873425
AfricanMaster
1/19/2009     
Member Well bree Ravens didn't Win..


Steelers ALL THE WAY


HERE WE GO STEELERS HERE WE GO!!!!:w00t:
Post #873427 Back to top ▲
1/19/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
Well bree Ravens didn't Win..


Steelers ALL THE WAY


HERE WE GO STEELERS HERE WE GO!!!!:w00t:
Post #873427
AfricanMaster
1/19/2009     
Member http://www.nfl.com/superbowl/story?id=09000d5d80e3751c&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true

PITTSBURGH -- Now that the Steelers have reached their second Super Bowl in the last four seasons, they will strut into Tampa, Fla., certain of what unites a team, what boosts its will and makes it a champion. They will enter the big game playing Steelers football, executing what the Steelers do -- playing physical, playing smart, peeking occasionally for the big shot, the hammer play. They will feature fundamentals, Steelers staples like blocking and tackling and ball security. They will artfully prepare to become world champions.

They will do this in order to bring a full-tilt attack against the Arizona Cardinals.

And they might as well hold up a mirror and prepare to engage themselves.


Because the Cardinals are Pittsburgh Light, a near carbon copy, the Steelers of the West, the Steelers of the desert. The Cardinals make no bones about it, no apologies.

Two seasons ago they hired Ken Whisenhunt to lead them. He has, all the way to multiple playoff victories for the first time in 61 years and to their first Super Bowl.

Whishenhunt had served three seasons as Pittsburgh’s offensive coordinator. He told the Cardinals he would bring his Pittsburgh upbringing to Arizona. The Cardinals welcomed it. Counted on it. Whishenhunt delivered.

And now Pittsburgh can count on this: Whisenhunt will give them that extra oomph in Super Bowl XLIII. Oh, he wants a Super Bowl title desperately for his players, his organization and Cardinals fans. But he wants to stick it to the Steelers.

Remember, two season ago Steelers owner Dan Rooney was faced with the challenge of replacing coach Bill Cowher. Steelers players always assumed that Whisenhunt was the head coach in waiting. But Rooney passed over Whisenhunt for then Minnesota defensive coordinator Mike Tomlin.

Whisenhunt was disappointed, hurt.

Now he gets the Steelers in the biggest game of the season.

Rooney gets it.

"He’s a great coach, a good person, I know his family," Rooney said of Wisenhunt in the Steelers' joyous locker room after they bashed Baltimore in the AFC title game on Sunday. "He’s doing the job. Do I know what we’re getting into here? Do I think he’s extra motivated against us and me? Yeah."

No doubt. Some Steelers painted the picture even more clearly, more directly.

"Everybody thought he was the next guy, our next head coach," Steelers receiver Nate Washington said of Whisenhunt. "I’m pretty sure he’s highly motivated against us beyond the normal Super Bowl motivation. I expect he’ll have his guys flying. I was very happy to see him win today. He got to go somewhere else, to a place that had been struggling, and show that he could have been the guy to carry the torch from coach Cowher. He is really going to come after us. That is definitely going to happen."

His problem will be that the Steelers are the originals. The real thing.

They took the NFL’s toughest schedule this season and won 12 games and the AFC North division. They whacked San Diego in the playoffs and then Baltimore, turning a 16-14 lead into a decisive 23-14 victory with a pick returned for a touchdown. The Ravens hardly knew what hit them, especially since their defense had been doing the scoring in this postseason.

Whisenhunt knows the Steelers. He knows all about them.

He has fashioned his team in Arizona in their likeness, especially now with the Cardinals' revitalized running game. And he has given them that noticeable, late-season spice that so many NFC champions have presented in recent years.

For much of the 1980s and into the 1990s, the NFC champion seemed to always rotate between Washington, Dallas, San Francisco, Green Bay and the New York Giants. Those teams formed the core of the NFC’s best. The door for others was relatively shut.

Then as we entered this decade, St. Louis cracked through with a couple of Super Bowl trips over three years.

These, however, are the NFC champions since the 2002 season: Tampa Bay, Carolina, Philadelphia, Seattle, Chicago, the New York Giants and now Arizona. Surprise entrants all around. Some, like these Cardinals, out of the blue. Or red, in the Cardinals' case.

We have a Super Bowl where both quarterbacks (Ben Roethlisberger of the Steelers and Kurt Warner of the Cardinals) have already won championship rings. We have a matchup of powerful receivers and swift, full-of-punch defenses. Exceptional kickers all around. Imaginative teams on both sides of the ball.

It is the Steelers. It is the Cardinals.

They are related.

This game will have that cat-and-mouse element of which party knows the other best, which one can identify and exploit weaknesses it intricately knows and which can turn familiarity, kinship, into an advantage.

"Coach Whisenhunt must have been upset the way it went down here and I’m sure he knew he was going to be a good head coach wherever he landed," Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes said. "He will definitely pull out all of the tricks. He’ll be on us. We’ll be on him."

Post #873469 Back to top ▲
1/19/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
http://www.nfl.com/superbowl/story?id=09000d5d80e3751c&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true

PITTSBURGH -- Now that the Steelers have reached their second Super Bowl in the last four seasons, they will strut into Tampa, Fla., certain of what unites a team, what boosts its will and makes it a champion. They will enter the big game playing Steelers football, executing what the Steelers do -- playing physical, playing smart, peeking occasionally for the big shot, the hammer play. They will feature fundamentals, Steelers staples like blocking and tackling and ball security. They will artfully prepare to become world champions.

They will do this in order to bring a full-tilt attack against the Arizona Cardinals.

And they might as well hold up a mirror and prepare to engage themselves.


Because the Cardinals are Pittsburgh Light, a near carbon copy, the Steelers of the West, the Steelers of the desert. The Cardinals make no bones about it, no apologies.

Two seasons ago they hired Ken Whisenhunt to lead them. He has, all the way to multiple playoff victories for the first time in 61 years and to their first Super Bowl.

Whishenhunt had served three seasons as Pittsburgh’s offensive coordinator. He told the Cardinals he would bring his Pittsburgh upbringing to Arizona. The Cardinals welcomed it. Counted on it. Whishenhunt delivered.

And now Pittsburgh can count on this: Whisenhunt will give them that extra oomph in Super Bowl XLIII. Oh, he wants a Super Bowl title desperately for his players, his organization and Cardinals fans. But he wants to stick it to the Steelers.

Remember, two season ago Steelers owner Dan Rooney was faced with the challenge of replacing coach Bill Cowher. Steelers players always assumed that Whisenhunt was the head coach in waiting. But Rooney passed over Whisenhunt for then Minnesota defensive coordinator Mike Tomlin.

Whisenhunt was disappointed, hurt.

Now he gets the Steelers in the biggest game of the season.

Rooney gets it.

"He’s a great coach, a good person, I know his family," Rooney said of Wisenhunt in the Steelers' joyous locker room after they bashed Baltimore in the AFC title game on Sunday. "He’s doing the job. Do I know what we’re getting into here? Do I think he’s extra motivated against us and me? Yeah."

No doubt. Some Steelers painted the picture even more clearly, more directly.

"Everybody thought he was the next guy, our next head coach," Steelers receiver Nate Washington said of Whisenhunt. "I’m pretty sure he’s highly motivated against us beyond the normal Super Bowl motivation. I expect he’ll have his guys flying. I was very happy to see him win today. He got to go somewhere else, to a place that had been struggling, and show that he could have been the guy to carry the torch from coach Cowher. He is really going to come after us. That is definitely going to happen."

His problem will be that the Steelers are the originals. The real thing.

They took the NFL’s toughest schedule this season and won 12 games and the AFC North division. They whacked San Diego in the playoffs and then Baltimore, turning a 16-14 lead into a decisive 23-14 victory with a pick returned for a touchdown. The Ravens hardly knew what hit them, especially since their defense had been doing the scoring in this postseason.

Whisenhunt knows the Steelers. He knows all about them.

He has fashioned his team in Arizona in their likeness, especially now with the Cardinals' revitalized running game. And he has given them that noticeable, late-season spice that so many NFC champions have presented in recent years.

For much of the 1980s and into the 1990s, the NFC champion seemed to always rotate between Washington, Dallas, San Francisco, Green Bay and the New York Giants. Those teams formed the core of the NFC’s best. The door for others was relatively shut.

Then as we entered this decade, St. Louis cracked through with a couple of Super Bowl trips over three years.

These, however, are the NFC champions since the 2002 season: Tampa Bay, Carolina, Philadelphia, Seattle, Chicago, the New York Giants and now Arizona. Surprise entrants all around. Some, like these Cardinals, out of the blue. Or red, in the Cardinals' case.

We have a Super Bowl where both quarterbacks (Ben Roethlisberger of the Steelers and Kurt Warner of the Cardinals) have already won championship rings. We have a matchup of powerful receivers and swift, full-of-punch defenses. Exceptional kickers all around. Imaginative teams on both sides of the ball.

It is the Steelers. It is the Cardinals.

They are related.

This game will have that cat-and-mouse element of which party knows the other best, which one can identify and exploit weaknesses it intricately knows and which can turn familiarity, kinship, into an advantage.

"Coach Whisenhunt must have been upset the way it went down here and I’m sure he knew he was going to be a good head coach wherever he landed," Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes said. "He will definitely pull out all of the tricks. He’ll be on us. We’ll be on him."

Post #873469
{sasha}N
1/30/2009     
Member
Hey African Master ~warm hugs and smooches~ it is great to see your still here ~beams~


Go Cardinals, Go Cardinals, Go Go Cardinals

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1/30/2009
  
{sasha}N
Member
Hey African Master ~warm hugs and smooches~ it is great to see your still here ~beams~


Go Cardinals, Go Cardinals, Go Go Cardinals

Post #874981
AfricanMaster
1/31/2009     
Member hey sasha[N] How have you been (skotc)..mmmm..you a Cardinals fan too? Where all the Cardinals fans coming from?I never heard any of them before the Super Bowl.

Edited: 1/31/2009 by AfricanMaster
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1/31/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
hey sasha[N] How have you been (skotc)..mmmm..you a Cardinals fan too? Where all the Cardinals fans coming from?I never heard any of them before the Super Bowl.

Edited: 1/31/2009 by AfricanMaster
Post #875007
{sasha}N
1/31/2009     
Member
African Master ~~ well it is sorta like this.... i have always been a huge Edgerrin James fan and when Peyton Manning got too greedy and Edgerrin had to leave the Colts - i became his #1 fan - ~laughs~ plus i always root for the underdog....

So where are you hanging your hat these days? Hit me up on msn if you have it paintedcreature@hotmail.com

shakes my pom poms on my way out ~ss
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1/31/2009
  
{sasha}N
Member
African Master ~~ well it is sorta like this.... i have always been a huge Edgerrin James fan and when Peyton Manning got too greedy and Edgerrin had to leave the Colts - i became his #1 fan - ~laughs~ plus i always root for the underdog....

So where are you hanging your hat these days? Hit me up on msn if you have it paintedcreature@hotmail.com

shakes my pom poms on my way out ~ss
Post #875066
Debbie
1/31/2009     
Member Hi all*Smiles

I really know it will be a game and whoever makes the least mistakes will win.

Here's to both teams, time to play!

And yep, GO STEELERS~~ I am already proud of how far they've come with the tough schedule this year! Smile
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1/31/2009
  
Debbie
Member
Hi all*Smiles

I really know it will be a game and whoever makes the least mistakes will win.

Here's to both teams, time to play!

And yep, GO STEELERS~~ I am already proud of how far they've come with the tough schedule this year! Smile
Post #875072
AfricanMaster
1/31/2009     
Member Hey Debbie, very nice ICON *S..Well we going all the way.. No doubts but it will be interesting to see

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Post #875081 Back to top ▲
1/31/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
Hey Debbie, very nice ICON *S..Well we going all the way.. No doubts but it will be interesting to see

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GO STEELERS
Post #875081
AfricanMaster
1/31/2009     
Member hey sahsa Smile I love your ICONS. I will email you ..Hope all is well (Skotc).I live in Nashville for the moment. Economy got so bad that I had to move but everyting is ok now.

Edited: 1/31/2009 by AfricanMaster
Post #875083 Back to top ▲
1/31/2009
  
AfricanMaster
Member
hey sahsa Smile I love your ICONS. I will email you ..Hope all is well (Skotc).I live in Nashville for the moment. Economy got so bad that I had to move but everyting is ok now.

Edited: 1/31/2009 by AfricanMaster
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