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Old 01-23-2009, 01:14 PM
 
Location: Pittsburgh--Home of the 6 time Super Bowl Champions!
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Don't you think it would be FUN to watch 2 SB teams playing in the snow? I do!!
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Old 01-23-2009, 01:15 PM
 
Location: Cane-Bay Plantation
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Most memorable moment, easy! : The catch by David Tyree in SB 42 and the GMEN beating the "so called" unbeatable NE Patriots
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Old 01-23-2009, 03:02 PM
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Location: Fort Worth
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Don't you think it would be FUN to watch 2 SB teams playing in the snow? I do!!
Oh, don't get me wrong, it'd be a site to see.

But the NFL just doesn't think so....
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Old 01-23-2009, 04:41 PM
 
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This week's topic: the Super Bowl... again

It's a classic!!!
What's your favorite Super Bowl moment?

The Untouchables
What's your favorite, all-time Super Bowl team (as in: year or decade)?

It's a Helluva Town!
What city do you think is best to host the Big Game?

A simple "yes" or "no"....
Should the Super Bowl become an official holiday?

5th Quarter

Let's see... how can I ask this without merging this thread with The Super Bowl 43 thread.....? Hmmm.... Okay, I got it!

Which would you rather see? The Steelers become the first team to win 6 Super Bowls, or the Cardinals finnish their Cinderella season?
1. A. Swann-y's acrobatic catch in SB X. B. Whitney Houston's national anthem at XXV. The 1st Gulf war had just started & she knocked it out of the park. It was a bit more emotional for me since I was in Saudi getting ready for the coming ground war.

2. Steelers 1979 SB team. 9 hall of fame players - Webster, Bradshaw, Harris, Stallworth, Swann, Greene, Ham, Lambert, Blount - HOF Coach - Noll. Greatest. Team. Ever.

3. Bring it to the cold weather cities that the NFL was built on - Chicago, Philly, NYC, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, DC. Enough of this sunshine crap. Play it in the snow. This is football, not women's tennis.

4.No

5.One for the other thumb! Steelers win #6.
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Old 01-23-2009, 04:52 PM
 
Location: In my house
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Yeah, well according to the NFL, that's only true OUTSIDE the Super Bowl.

Since SBs are only awarded to warm weather cities and dome stadiums, Chi-town would have to put a roof over Soldier Field... and you and me both know that's not gonna happen.
Unless global warming speeds up and northern cities get 70 degree tems in January, they can forget about hosting a Super Bowl.
half the problem of the game,warm indoor stadium?WTF,oh,i know why,if the held it in an actual football weather stadium,i.e.,outdoors,when it's cold,the only teams that would have any superbowl wins would be packers,steelers,and the like
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Old 01-24-2009, 10:46 AM
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Location: Fort Worth
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half the problem of the game,warm indoor stadium?WTF,oh,i know why,if the held it in an actual football weather stadium,i.e.,outdoors,when it's cold,the only teams that would have any superbowl wins would be packers,steelers,and the like
Good point....
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Old 01-24-2009, 11:31 PM
 
Location: Pittsburgh--Home of the 6 time Super Bowl Champions!
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Most memorable moment, easy! : the GMEN beating the "so called" unbeatable NE Patriots
This was a memorable moment for sure!!
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Old 01-26-2009, 04:05 PM
 
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1. A. Swann-y's acrobatic catch in SB X. B. Whitney Houston's national anthem at XXV. The 1st Gulf war had just started & she knocked it out of the park. It was a bit more emotional for me since I was in Saudi getting ready for the coming ground war.

I actually agree with the Whitney Houston thing.

2. Steelers 1979 SB team. 9 hall of fame players - Webster, Bradshaw, Harris, Stallworth, Swann, Greene, Ham, Lambert, Blount - HOF Coach - Noll. Greatest. Team. Ever.


You think? Great team, but they didn't go undefeated and they only went 12-4. I do recall the Bengals whuppin' them during that year 34-10. Now the 1978 Steelers were one of the best ever going 14-2. I know they beat my Bengals 7-6 when the Bengals were a pitiful 1-10 at the time.

3. Bring it to the cold weather cities that the NFL was built on - Chicago, Philly, NYC, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, DC. Enough of this sunshine crap. Play it in the snow. This is football, not women's tennis.

Would you be saying this if Pittsburgh wasn't a cold-weather city?

4.No

5.One for the other thumb! Steelers win #6.

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Old 01-26-2009, 04:26 PM
 
Location: Pilot Point, TX
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This week's topic: the Super Bowl... again

It's a classic!!!
What's your favorite Super Bowl moment?

The Untouchables
What's your favorite, all-time Super Bowl team (as in: year or decade)?

It's a Helluva Town!
What city do you think is best to host the Big Game?

A simple "yes" or "no"....
Should the Super Bowl become an official holiday?

5th Quarter

Let's see... how can I ask this without merging this thread with The Super Bowl 43 thread.....? Hmmm.... Okay, I got it!

Which would you rather see? The Steelers become the first team to win 6 Super Bowls, or the Cardinals finnish their Cinderella season?
1) Harvey Martin and Randy White winning co-MVP in SB XII

2) '92 Cowboys - shocked the world (and the 49ers) to get to the big show after going 1-15 three years earlier, then crushed the Bills...the beginning of dominance

3) Miami - great weather, with the history of great games

4) No -beware the idiocracy

5) Gimme Cindy - it's a season for me, not a legacy
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Old 01-26-2009, 04:33 PM
 
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This week's topic: the Super Bowl... again

It's a classic!!!
What's your favorite Super Bowl moment?

The Untouchables
What's your favorite, all-time Super Bowl team (as in: year or decade)?

It's a Helluva Town!
What city do you think is best to host the Big Game?

A simple "yes" or "no"....
Should the Super Bowl become an official holiday?

5th Quarter

Let's see... how can I ask this without merging this thread with The Super Bowl 43 thread.....? Hmmm.... Okay, I got it!

Which would you rather see? The Steelers become the first team to win 6 Super Bowls, or the Cardinals finnish their Cinderella season?
1. Bucs ending decades of crap by getting a win against the Raiders!
2. Personal fav? Monte Kiffin's Bucs, Steel Curtain from my dad's era or the Jim Kelly, Andre Reed, Thurman Thomas Bills.
3. Depends on what you're looking for... Miami or the Rose Bowl in LA.
4. No!
5. Dem Stillers!
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