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Get out your Tear-ble Tahl!
January 12, 2009 - Print to web Print to Web
Everyone is already playing the famous 'Here We Go, Stillers, Here We Go, Pittsburgh's Goin to Da SuperBowl. Not so fast, for one it's at home and the Stiller's tend to choke in front of the home crowd during the BIG games and it will be very difficult to beat the Ravens on Sunday. Doing it twice is unusual in itself, and the Raven's never did really have a Quaterback as good as Joe Flacco. But in the end, the Still Curtain will prevail against the Rook, while going to win 20 - 16. So get out your Tear-ble Tahl and wave it till you knock your lamp over, stomp the floor till the pictures fall off the walls, and then relish in the fact that the Stiller's will meet the Iggles on February 1st in route to being the team with the most Lombardi's in the NFL.
That is at least most of the Ohio Valley's dream. The NFL's nightmare would have to be if the Steelers lose, and the Eagles lose. The Superbowl would lose all of its glamour to have the Cardinals play the Ravens. It just doesn't seem to have that draw to it. People outside of Boston watch New England play to see them get crushed, Payton Manning to see a team get embarrassed, Pittsburgh, well around here we watch it cause... well it just makes us feel better that we have at least 1 championship team in the area. (Sorry Guins, your season is slipping too fast with the amount of points and wins you need to at least get in the 8th spot, not counting a collapse of another team) But watching the Raven's play the Cardinals, well I can't seem to find the interest in even wanting to watch them play. A somewhat streaky team playing the one of the best defense in the NFL. Maybe it's because of the Cleveland connection, but I just don't care to see the Raven's win, or the Cardinals play. Hopefully someone reading this can change my mind, aside from Kurt Warner's rise from bench warmer to MVP like season. Please Do.
Entertainment 09 pt. 2 coming soon! YOY!
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