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  • I didn't care which team won and I found myself just disappointed that the refs and calls had to be such a big part of the game.

    On the push-off in the end zone, I agree that by the absolute letter of the law, it was a penalty. However, officiating is done in the spirit of the law and I've seen the same play plenty of times when it wasn't called. The written rule doesn't mean as much when it is inconsistently enforced. In this case, I don't think they should have called it because I don't think the push matt
    • What makes you think Seattle would win two out of three games? The Steelers beat the 1, 2 and 3 seeds in the AFC, which is generally acknowledged as the better conference. Pittsburgh's offense played poorly for most of Sunday which I doubt would happen in successive games. (Plus, Pittsburgh and Buffalo are practically kissin' cousins!)

      I do wish we would only have one week between the conference and league championships. The break helps nobody but the media.

      • What makes you think Seattle would win two out of three games?

        The worst part is, it is just begging the question. Would it prove Seattle is the better team? If so, then why does one game not prove the Steelers are? If the Steelers won two, would they still not be better?

        The only best team in the league is the one that wins the Super Bowl. The only best team between two in a given game is the one that wins that game.

        There is a single exception I can think of: and that is when a team intentionally does no