Monday, January 23, 2006

Way To Go Steelers!

Great Game For the Steelers

Taking care of business: One, Two, Three.

Troy Polamalu turned in another hard-hitting performance in Sunday's AFC title game. (David Zalubowski / Associated Press)

The Steelers have gone through the top three seeded teams.

On to Detroit for the Big One, Super Bowl 40, Steelers vs. Seahawks.

Congratulations also to the Seattle Seahawks for making it to the Super Special event. With both Pittsburgh and Seattle with similar scores in their playoff wins it should make for a great game.

See the FOX Sports story: Steelers-Seahawks should really be Super

Now with a couple weeks worth of rest, both teams will surely be studing each other for the big event. Jeorme Bettis will be going back to his hometown of Detroit to play in front of what will most likely be a Steelers crowd.

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Saturday, January 21, 2006

Steeler Fans Showing Support

Steelers' Fans Showing Support

Ben Roethlisberger has the Steelers one game away from a return to the Super Bowl. (Darron Cummings / Associated Press)

My, what a change from last week to this week in the news reporting of the Steelers. Seems as though the Steelers have earned some respect with the news media. See the Fox Sports story, Steelers, Seahawks the picks for Sunday "Joey Porter is on a roll."

What is it about the Steelers that you can seem to find fans everywhere?

Does it come from the heart of Pittsburgh with the hard working people of Southwestern Pennsylvania? Is it the background that people around the country can relate to? Is it those cold winter days in past years where the Three Rivers have been frozen over that invoke such a fond reverence for such a hard working team? Is it the close community of friendly people that would stop on the street and reminisce with a stranger about the Terry Brandshaw era and the Steel Curtain and then talk about the new era with "Big Ben" and "The Bus," as Ben Roethlisberger and Jerome Bettis are affectionately called?

Fans everywhere are showing their support. From Pennsylvania to California, from New York to Florida, to the heartland of America, and to all corners of the world, fans are gearing up for the game. From the guy on the street of San Jose, that has a Steeler hat on and the conversation simply begins with, "It's going to be a great game to watch with the Steelers and the Broncos going at it."

Make no mistake about it, fans know that it is going to be a tough game. The Broncos certainly have their home field advantage and the mile high stadium, but these two teams have been equalized by the fact that they have not played each other this season. I am sure the homework has been done by both teams looking for the weaknesses of one another, analyzing the quarterback and key players, looking at what plays have been called in certain situations; but it still comes down to game time. Which ever team executes better with the least mistakes will win. I just hope that is the Steelers.

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Minutes later, with the Penguins playing out the fading minutes of a loss, the dwindling crowd chanted, "Here we go Steelers, here we go."

In any other city, hearing a football fight chant at a hockey game might seem strange. Not hearing it in Pittsburgh would be bizarre.

Sunday, January 15, 2006

Steelers Win 21-18 Over Colts

Steelers Win 21-18 Over Colts
Congratulations to the Steelers

Al Behrman, Associated Press
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger celebrates after the Steelers beat the Indianapolis Colts 21-18 in their NFL divisional playoff football game at Indianapolis.

Ben Roethlisberger not only had to have his "A" game but he probably saved what would have been a winning touchdown by the Colts when Jerome Bettis fumbled on the 2 yardline. See the rest of the story at:

Steelers win a nail-biter, 21-18

Sunday, January 15, 2006
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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On to the Denver Broncos
Go Steelers!

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Here is something not heard much out here on the west coast but it will be interesting to see how the Steelers handle Peyton Manning when he goes into his directing traffic before the ball is snapped. Hopefully the Steelers can ignore all the sign language, the pointing, the misdirection and what ever else is shouted at the line-of-scimmage to try and confuse the defense.

Ben Roethlisberger certainly will have to have his "A" game. If he stays calm and picks away at the Colts defense I think it will be a much closer game than what the sports writers and oddsmakers are saying. Get up-to-the minute Steelers news reports directly to your email box or go online.

Go Steelers!

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