Whatever happened in Week 17, it was still pretty incredible that, after starting the season at 0-4 (the first time since 1968), the Steelers STILL had a shot at the playoffs -- of course with a lot of help.
Studying the Constitution and the country's foundational documents can be very helpful. But so can be focusing on America's contemporary passion: football.
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This is huge. Baseball players will be randomly tested for HGH during this coming season, and the tests will be unannounced.
They're now at 6-5, and the hyped-up game against the Baltimore Ravens next week may not be as important as it could have been had the Steelers won against the Browns.
Panic time in Philly? Eagles coach Andy Reid has fired defensive coordinator Juan Castillo. I guess you have to blame the offense's 17 turnovers on somebody.
Midnight struck on all the upstarts. What we have left are four more traditional potential champions. They all have good stories. It's just that the O's, Nats and A's stories were better.
Ryan Fitzpatrick really does have Fitzmagic. I already knew this but it was even more apparent when he continued to lead the offense and get a passing game going when Spiller left the game.
No 0-2 team has made the playoffs the past three seasons. In fact, since the NFL expanded the postseason to 12 teams in 1990, just 12 percent of the 0-2 teams have made the playoffs.
The Cleveland Browns have a new owner and a new QB, the Steelers have new faces on the offensive line with old results, the Cincinnati Bengals hope to stave off sophomore slumps and the Ravens are still trying to make it over the hump.
So, as with most of the games this season, the Steelers finished their up-and-down season with an up-and-down game. With Mendenhall out for the playoffs, their entire game plan might need to change.
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If indeed Joe Paterno is on the way out then how about Penn State president Graham Spanier?
The Patriots were exposed last week by the Cleveland Browns, but the odds makers are still showing them too much respect.
I can't wait to see Roethlisberger run through that tunnel and hear the fan reaction. I can't wait to see how he plays. But more importantly I can't wait to see how the media will handle Roethlisberger.