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6 hours ago, hugevolsfan said:

Man I am just enjoying the games that are getting played. I really enjoy the NFL game though with some exceptions. A very small percentage of these games are being moved or having issues so I think the NFL has done a pretty good job considering the circumstances. I sure wish everyone held themselves accountable like they try to hold everyone else accountable. I believe the world would be a better place. I hope they play a full season and keep making moves when needed.

 

How are they holding everyone accountable when they're bending over backwards to allow the Ravens to play after they completely screwed up and put unknown numbers of people at risk?  We already know they're not upstanding-responsible people, so besides the two dozen or however many players tested positive, how many unknowing people did they spread it to?

 

I'm glad the games are being played too, because it's about the only normal thing in the world right now, but there comes a point where someone needs to be a mature adult and really hold teams accountable here.  It's not just each other they're putting at risk.

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There's been too much "holding accountable" lately. Everywhere I turn, I'm being told to hold someone accountable. I say less accountability! Never expect anything of anyone. 

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Steelers DL Stephon Tuitt (who missed the game due to COVID close contact) basically confirmed before the game that the Steelers players were overlooking the game on Twitter. What a loser mindset to have before playing your arch rivals. I've never been more disappointed in a victory than this (plus the refs actively helped us out with the lack of a delay of game penalty). If they bring the same effort next week, the Washington [name redacted]s will easily hand us our first L.

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Yeah, if Lamar had been playing, I’m certain Steelers would have lost. 
Steelers have always been known for their arrogance. 
Like when they were looking past Jacksonville in the 2017 playoffs. 

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32 minutes ago, AustinFromBoston said:

Yeah, if Lamar had been playing, I’m certain Steelers would have lost. 

 

Or maybe they wouldn't have been looking past the Ravens in that case.

 

I don't blame the Steelers at all for being less than 100% into this game.  The league basically sodomized them by putting them in the situation to have to play on a Wednesday afternoon to begin with - throwing them completely out of their routines not only for this game, but now they have to start preparing for a Monday game on Thursday of the previous week.  That's garbage.

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League definitely did Baltimore & Pittsburgh dirty, but let's not pretend this is the only time the Steelers have looked opponent. 

Playing down has basically become a trademark for them. They're just lucky it hasn't cost them....yet. 

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It’s amazing, the NFL got the longest jump on all of this and somehow they’re going to walk away with the most farcical season of any of the pro sports leagues. Absolutely the Americanist of all the American sports leagues. 

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15 hours ago, AustinFromBoston said:

League definitely did Baltimore & Pittsburgh dirty, but let's not pretend this is the only time the Steelers have looked opponent. 

Playing down has basically become a trademark for them. They're just lucky it hasn't cost them....yet. 

The NFL didn’t do the ravens dirty, they did it to themselves by not following protocols.

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9 hours ago, FiddySicks said:

It’s amazing, the NFL got the longest jump on all of this and somehow they’re going to walk away with the most farcical season of any of the pro sports leagues. Absolutely the Americanist of all the American sports leagues. 

Football, at both the pro and collegiate levels, has been a complete farce. The NFL will complete the season but not because they did anything right.

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2 hours ago, AustinFromBoston said:

Please be San Diego. 
 

LOL but imagine. 

 

San Diego is still in California.

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51 minutes ago, MJWalker45 said:

San Antonio has a stadium that can handle both teams, . . . just saying

So does St Louis.... just saying.... 

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L.A. shut down a covid testing site so that TikTok teens could shoot a remake of She's All That there. Why should the Rams have to play by the same rules as the plebes? No one else who matters does.

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The league built the schedule under the assumption that California might shut things down. Rams and Cowboys aren't home at the same time, nor 49ers and Cardinals or Chargers and Raiders (except for next week).

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11 hours ago, Sec19Row53 said:

The league built the schedule under the assumption that California might shut things down. Rams and Cowboys aren't home at the same time, nor 49ers and Cardinals or Chargers and Raiders (except for next week).

Maybe they should make the Chargers play at The Star instead so they feel at home. The Star fits 12,500 I believe.

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Down 24-7 midway through the second quarter in a game you need to win to keep the division lead--on your home turf, no less.  Yep--there's the Snatit we all love and remember!🤦‍♂️ (Also, maybe they should not wear light blue over light blue anymore; last time they did they ended up shatting the bed in a must-win game against the Texans, again on their home turf.)

 

Well hey, at least the Jaguars are up by 3 going into halftime...for now anyway...

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2 hours ago, DEAD! said:

Cleveland couldn't blow a 38-7 lead could they? 

 

If they do it would be about the Brownsiest thing the Browns could ever do.

 

Of course, if the blowout holds, this will also be about the Snatitest thing the Snatit could ever do at the same time, further exposing the Snatit for the frauds they've been all season long, King Henry being excepted of course. (Bear in mind this team was also beat pretty soundly in a trap game at Cincinnati, which if I remember correctly deployed almost an entire offensive line of backups and yet still ran roughshod over them boys.)

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