Didn’t Follow too Many Games

The 2015 – 2016 football season was a busy year for me with Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, some Girl Scout stuff, and bowling.  I watched three games this year and missed the season ending game against the Broncos.  A little bummed they didn’t make it to the AFC Championship this year, but I was not emotionally invested in the season.

Found some cool Steelers themed wallpaper on the webs.

Pittsburgh Steelers 2011 Preseason Schedule

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Today I received a twitter post from CBS Sports with the Pittsburgh Steelers 2011 preseason schedule.  I’ve created a new schedule page which can be found here or by clicking the menu above.

Update:

The Pittsburgh Steelers 2011 Regular Season Schedule was released.  I updated my page for the 2011 season.  Let’s go Steelers!

Super Bowl XLV

Congratulations to the Green Bay Packers on winning Super Bowl XLV.  It was a gut-wrenching game for me.  Green Bay took advantage of the three turnovers, one ranback for a touchdown.

We enjoyed the game at a neighbors house.  Plenty of drinks, pepperoni rolls, buffalo chicken bites, buffalo cheese dip, and fondue dessert.  The kids played nicely in the basement and watched the half time show performed by the Black Eyed Peas.  We enjoyed the show and the Doritos commercials.

I guess I’ll follow hockey (Pittsburgh Penguins currently in second place one game behind the Philadelphia Flyers)  till the end of the season and wait for pre-season in August.

Pittsburgh Steelers Win AFC Championship

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Congratulations to the Pittsburgh Steelers on winning the AFC Championship Game!!  This is the sixth time the Steelers have won the AFC title at Home and this will be the eighth time the Steelers are going to the Super Bowl.  I have already ordered my AFC Championship cap and will be getting ready for the big game on February 6th.

I would also like to say congratulations to the Green Bay Packers.  I don’t follow the Packers too much, but I know several folks in Delaware who are loyal Packers fans and will be rooting for a packers win.  I think the Steelers fans will be louder.  I wonder, will be see more Terrible Towels waving or Cheeseheads.

Here is a song from a Tweet that came across my screen from Steelersaddicts.com.  Enjoy!

Ben Roethlisberger's crucial first-down pass with under two minutes left secured the Steelers' eighth Super Bowl trip. Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Steelers Move onto AFC Championship

Last night The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Baltimore Ravens 31-24 and advance to the AFC Championship game. This is the fifth time the Steelers play for an AFC Championship game in the last ten years.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is 9-2 in his career against the Baltimore Ravens.

Today I will be cheering for the New York Jets to beat the New England Patriots. With a Jets win, the AFC Championship game will be played at Heinz Field.

The last Steelers game I attended was the AFC Championship against the Ravens on January 18th 2009. I’ll have to see if I can get tickets if the Jets win.

Joe Flacco was sacked four times in the second half and the Steelers held the Ravens to only three points after halftime.

New Orleans Saints Win First Superbowl

Congratulations to the New Orleans Saints on winning their first Superbowl over the Indianapolis Colts with a score of 31  17.  Being a Steelers fan I usually cheer and support the AFC team, but I was also glad to see the Saints win.  The Saints did a great job with dominating the second quarter.  The on-side kick for the start of the second half of the game was fantastic.  Totally unexpected.  Watching The Who was also fun.  The kids would have liked the show if they didn’t fall asleep.