Sunday, February 05, 2006

Ref Bill Leavy Named Super Bowl XL MVP

In a Super Bowl first, a ref has been named the Most Valuable Player of the game. With his influential and unabashed Steeler love, he threw his Terrible Towel with grace and pride. You go Mr. Leavy! Way to make Stiller Nation proud!

The champ in action!

His weapon of choice!


Blogger Mike Barer said...

As a Seahawks fan, Pittsburgh became the great team everyone knew they were in the second half and smoked us. That said, this is a game of momentum and imbecilic call like the Rothelberger sneak really broke our spirit.

12:59 AM  
Blogger Adeel Ahmad said...

Grow up Chris. Seattle played a terrible game regardless. Down 14-10, they could've taken the lead if Hasselbeck doesn't get picked off. They then went on to give up a touchdown pass to a wide receiver. What do you expect?

Even if that Roethlisberger touchdown didn't stand, we'll give Pittsburgh a field goal, meaning that it would've been a 10-10 tie before the Taylor interception.

1:14 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

They would've been in it if not for multiple phantom calls against the Seahawks adeel(the most obvious being a phantom holding call that no one I know even saw happen, which negated a pass to the 1 yard line).

1:42 AM  
Blogger Matt Heckman said...

I may not see eye to eye with Chris on Politics, but I'm with him on this one. I could see the bias of the official favoring Pittsburgh. Despite what the score would have been, the fact that the bad call was made, especially the Roethlisberger touchdown lowered the morale of the team, and had to change their game plan.

Bottom line is the NFL really needs to crack down on things like this.

7:31 PM  
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7:31 PM  
Blogger Mike Barer said...

I got to visit Philly last year. Stayed with our in-laws in West Chester. It really is a neat place to visit.

12:33 AM  

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