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 Super Bowl: Steelers vs. Seahawks, Make mine an XL
Posted: Feb 7 2006, 12:08 AM


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QUOTE (Soup Nazi @ Feb 6 2006, 11:05 PM)
in all honesty i think randle el should be back up qb as well as wr. he can through the ball better than charlie batch. id like to see randleel as a qb for one game.

I was saying that earlier in the season when they kept playing Maddox in Roethlisberger's stead. Maddox was so horrible, that putting in Randle El could hardly hurt.


Mike Patrick, Joe Theismann and Paul Maguire, ESPN -- How is it earthly possible to drop from half a star to none? Easy. They used to provide a teeny weeny bit of information. Now they provide none. And they contradict themselves, often from one series to the next. I don't think they're really fully aware of what they're saying.
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