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  • Fanofstan Fanofstan Dec 6, 2001 9:40 AM Flag

    Re: coso21, OT

    Sorry to burst your bubble guys, but the best you can hope for this year is to make it to the super bowl. Once there you are going to find the Steelers, 2001"s most complete football team. Have already booked tickets for New Orleans for my son and myself. Hope Bettis's injury isn't going to keep him out for more than a game.

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    • Go Eagles, yeah, and I am not even much of a sports fan.

      OKPJ

    • I know at one time they were called the "Steel Curtain," however, "Shower Curtain" was their moniker for the 90's. As I have not seen them in this millenium yet, my assumption is that they are still a little porous.

      Guess time will tell, but if they both make it, I know it will be a good battle.

      CB

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      • "Shower Curtain"? I guess 5 playoff appearances and a trip to the Super bowl in the ninties was embaressing? If they are porous on defense what does that make the rest of the nfl since they have allowed the fewest points and are #2 in overall defense.
        The Rams, Packers , and 49er's are the most complete teams in the nfc. The Bears don't have the offense for a sustained playoff run. Steelers, Oakland and the Ravens look the strongest in the afc.
        Our boys over at Simple have some competition looming in the flash memory area. I will post a link in the next hour. Check this out, there are some major players behind this operation. Maybe this will take up some of their time and keep them oput of the court system.

 
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