Which Super Bowl team was better? The Super Bowl 40 team? Or the Super Bowl 43 team?
Hearing pundits talk about this weekend's NFL divisional playoff games, which don't include the Steelers, is like hearing a love song after a breakup. Steelers fans can't celebrate Super Bowl victories every year, but some non-championship finishes are easier to take than others. In a AFC divisional game at Tennessee, master thespian Joe Nedney kicked the game-winning overtime field goal in the Titans ' win.
Nearly three decades of agony. However, after making the playoffs in each of the last four years, and surging out of the gates at this season, it seemed as though was finally going to be the year Cincinnati seriously competed for a championship again. I say that not just because the Bengals lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sundaybut also because they are the Bengals.
You are who you root for. And from August to January in America, plenty of people are more likely judge you based on what jersey you wear on Sundays than they are to judge you based on your job, home state, underwear preference, and so on. Because while some fanbases are pretty unobjectionable -- and, therefore, people you could actually see yourself being friends with -- others you make a point to avoid from Saturday night until Monday morning. And a good rule of thumb: The better the team, the more unpleasant the fans.
Stand by for the chorus who thinks I'm talking about Marvin Lewis. They're always the quickest to weigh in. No this isn't about Lewis.
Brown is highly competitive and works as hard as anyone ever has at his craft. It puts him under contract through That said, Steelers contracts are typically structured so that anyone but Ben Roethlisberger can be released after a year or two with minimal financial impact.
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Post a Comment. In Chuck Noll was hired as the head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Noll turned the team around from what is commonly referred to as "The Four Decade Famine.
Kordell Stewart came back to Pittsburgh today to announce his retirement, seven years after he last played a down. Stewart, now years old, has not played since last suiting up as a backup for the Baltimore Ravens in The fact that Stewart chose to retire as a Steeler is no surprise, as he spent the majority of his career in the black and gold.