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    Default quick break in the forum subject

    Steelers about to unleash it's fury on the smallish cardinal birds...hide the women and children.....

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    Another ring the refs gave them. Not as bad as the Seattle Bowl but close. Both in the booth and on the field, the calls were horrible. Amny missed calls..on both sides but what they didn't show was how Santonio Holmes was so wide open. Push off. Let's see, knee down on Harrison to end the half and the list goes on. Hey, good for them, not an AZ fan by any means but come on. When is the ref issue going to stop.

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    must be a soccer fan....

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    Yes the refs called a bad game, not reviewing the last play of the game was bad, late hit on big ben was a bad call, but the cardinals got one or two calls (late personal foul out of bounds). However overall it was a great game and the only way it would have been better is if the Steelers had lost(or if it was last year's game)

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    Not a fan of either team, but was glad to see a close game all the way to the end. Officiating could have been a little stronger, but I did see calls go both ways for each team. It possibly was lop-sided on the calls, but I wonder if that's due to the President cheering for the Steelers??? Hmmmm??? Maybe the NFL needs a bailout too and the officials were trying to help their own cause!! haha!! Congrats to all the Steeler fans on here.

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    Definitely a lack of domestic auto ads too. Hyundai's advertising was not restricted by their bail-out agreement. So...i guess we'll have drink Bud or Pepsi and drive a Hyundai home to sign up for a web page from Go-Daddy to post our resume for a job that pays over 100k.

    Pepsi's "Forever Young" was my favorite ad, followed by GE's Scarecrow. Least favored--Go-Daddy, too blatant, with the network sit-com promo's in the same boat.

    Springsteen rocked the house, best halftime show in a while.

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