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The Seahawks held the ball for 33 minutes, won the turnover battle, gained more yards ... and still lost.
Originally posted by quango
It didn't have anything to do with poor clock management at the end of both halfs?
Receivers, Stevens especially, dropping nearly every ball thrown to him? I mean, they yanked him in the 2nd half, and when they did bring him back in, he failed to get out of bounds on that last drive on the quick out.
Hardly using the NFL MVP at all? I mean, where was Alexander?
Hasselbeck throwing the ball all over the field (the two out of bounds deep balls to Jackson on the same drive)?
Last time I checked, stiffarming a defender in the chest to create distance is a push off.
Roethlisberger's hands were pushed back by that hit at the goalline and the true position of the ball was obscured. It was defintely close - but inclusive to overturn a decision.
Plus, how do you explain the Hasselbeck fumble that was overturned? Or would that have just been too obvious.
Seattle didn't play well - end of story.
And I'm a Browns fan, so don't think I have any allegiance to the Steelers...
Originally posted by irishmen3g
And it really says something when the winning qb has a rating of 22!