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01-08-2012, 05:52 PM
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Tebow's a nice kid, views aside, but I can't stand his bandwagoners.

Hope the Steelers play for real soon.

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Lol Tebow!!!!!!!!!

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All I have to say is wow.

What. A. Game.

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I didn't watch the whole game, just the end. How'd Tebow look throughout? Because if it was anything like that last play, wow is he proving people, along with myself, wrong.

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I didn't watch the whole game, just the end. How'd Tebow look throughout? Because if it was anything like that last play, wow is he proving people, along with myself, wrong.
After the first quarter he looked excellent. Throwing and with his movement in the pocket.

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I prayed for the Steelers to win. I guess this proves there is no god.

But Tebow prayed too - so whats the tiebreaker? Coinflip? R.P.S.?

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I didn't watch the whole game, just the end. How'd Tebow look throughout? Because if it was anything like that last play, wow is he proving people, along with myself, wrong.
I had it on in the background

I dunno, his throws look like **** when he winds up, and he threw away a lot of balls, but he also made some nice throws. Never really know what's going to come out when he throws the ball. Could be real nice, could be a bad miss on an easy throw.

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I didn't watch the whole game, just the end. How'd Tebow look throughout? Because if it was anything like that last play, wow is he proving people, along with myself, wrong.
He looked good, but the Steelers D looked a lot worse. They just didn't show up, this game should have been OVER way before overtime.

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Steelers got Tebowed.

Watch them beat Pats at Fox lol.

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Watch them beat Pats at Fox lol.
I would be terrified of the Broncos if they did. Hah.

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Both games were amazing. Boys in blue made it look easy, peaking at the right time. Followed by a very fun game to watch with a great finish. I don't care about how people feel about Tebow I'm a big fan of the kid personally. Oh and Frankie Edgar is awesome.

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Teeebow Ohohohho!!!!

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Only thing that worries me is that our rush killed the last 3 QBs confidence. This will be much much harder with Rodgers. He's going to escape & make plays far too often I fear.

I live in WI. All of my GB fan friends have been rooting for us to miss playoffs & then lose today. They're still shell shocked from 07. If we win again in GB its gonna be unreal.

I'll be getting dirty looks all week sporting the NY. Let's go blue!

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If the Broncos beat the Patriots my head might actually explode.

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Jon,

Who would get your broadway hat today?

Chris Canty for me. I've been hard on him but he made some important plays at important times.

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You take that back! He's a beautiful man! At least until the novelty of his WC heroics wears off....

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Your user name from Carton?

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Yes sir. Ever since I heard it, it started to stick.

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Chris Canty for me. I've been hard on him but he made some important plays at important times.
Canty! He's been beasting it this year!

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Was at the Giants game. Tremendous atmosphere as it was last week vs Dallas which was good because before this, Metlife has been underwhelming.

I have been very critical of Coughlin at times in recent years and thought while he should stay on this past season, there needed to be a serious talk about his job security. Too many of the same mistakes were being made and breakdowns were occurring. I give this team credit for sacking up vs Green Bay, Dallas and here today. The defense was successful today where it struggled for much of the year--it got off the field. At least three stops on 4th down in their own territory and two when the game was very much in doubt. The secondary performed admirably and the line is much different with Osi today, even if we didn't pressure Ryan as much as I would have liked. The line shut down Turner (how do you not give him the ball on one of the 4th and 1's?) and Atlanta running game.

If you double Cruz, Nicks is going to kill you and Manningham had an effective game in one-on-one coverage the deep drop notwithstanding. So if Green Bay tries to do the same, expect Nicks and Manningham to rip it up. Pleasantly surprised by the ability to run the ball, hope that happens again next week, too.

Extremely concerned about Ross' availability for next week and Grant's groin. Say what you will about Ross but he is certainly an upgrade over Prince right now, who Rodgers will carve up if given the chance. I think we can go into Lambeau and end their season again.

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Hopefully the weather is nice. I think bad weather hurts us more than them.

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Canty and Boley have been tremendous this year after underwhelming starts to their Giants careers.

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Yes sir. Ever since I heard it, it started to stick.
I've been calling him that too. Its pretty funny that he keeps it going I think. Plus it's nice that they actually talk rangers.

I actually set my DVR to record the show tomorrow morning after that amazing NYG game.

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Is it just my bias or was the ball spotting today extremely poor? The Hakeem Nicks spot ,where he was easily 2-3 yards past the first down marker, really stands out.

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