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beerlover
10-17-2004, 08:58 PM
That had to be a heartbreaker for Cowboys fans, no I'm not talking about the late game collapse with the Rothlisberger led Steelers winning the contest 24-20, I'm talking about all those Steeler Fans out yelling the home team showing what great fans are all about. Cowboy fans should be ashamed of letting this happen, not the fact the let the game slip away to one of the newest hottest teams in the NFL.

I'm predicting here right now New England's consecutive winning streak comes to an end on October 31st in Pittsburgh, question is how many insulting, over zealous Pats fans can sneak in the gates. As oppossed to the Cowboys, Pittsburgh coach Cowers will imploy more than one steel curtain. lol:

V Man
10-18-2004, 10:27 AM
I also noticed the number of Steeler fans in the stadium. I really started to look when Staley got his first carry and I heard a loud Duece call from the fans, and I couldn't imagine the cowgirl fans saying that no matter how high they are.

cuppacoffee
10-18-2004, 10:38 AM
That had to be a heartbreaker for Cowboys fans, no I'm not talking about the late game collapse with the Rothlisberger led Steelers winning the contest 24-20, I'm talking about all those Steeler Fans out yelling the home team showing what great fans are all about. Cowboy fans should be ashamed of letting this happen, not the fact the let the game slip away to one of the newest hottest teams in the NFL.

I'm predicting here right now New England's consecutive winning streak comes to an end on October 31st in Pittsburgh, question is how many insulting, over zealous Pats fans can sneak in the gates. As oppossed to the Cowboys, Pittsburgh coach Cowers will imploy more than one steel curtain. lol:

I heard one of the announcers make the same statement, that the boys fans who let their tickets go to the steeler fans should be ashamed of themselves.
Personally I loved it. :jumpbanan
Even though the Steelers stopped our Oilers all those years it was still easy for me to cheer for them against the boys. Wonderful weekend, Texans win over the titans, Astros win, Irish win again, and the boys take it on the chin in their own house with their fans being schooled by the steeler fans. Sounded like a steeler home game. :rofl:

HowBoutThemCowboys!
10-18-2004, 07:55 PM
Hey, im definetly outraged with the number of Steelers fans there. That was unbelievable, along with Dallas losing a thriller to the Steelers

chicagotexan
10-19-2004, 11:59 AM
My guess is some of the Steelers must hail from Dallas and they had to buy tix for the family. That was a big family.

cuppacoffee
10-19-2004, 12:18 PM
Hey, im definetly outraged with the number of Steelers fans there. That was unbelievable, along with Dallas losing a thriller to the Steelers

I was at a few Oiler games where boys fans took over the dome. :thumbdown
It is discouraging to the home fans.

CAC :coffee:

WWJD
10-19-2004, 12:56 PM
I am sure when the Packers play here that there will be a lot of Packers fans come out. Some teams travel well and have fans across the country. And they have fans that travel to every away game. Some on this board do that.

TEXANS84
10-19-2004, 01:51 PM
Oh yeah....Raidernation was one thing, but the loyal Packerfans will be everywhere.
Reminds me of last year's game against the Pats. I tailgated over in the Maroon lot and little did I know that that was the HQ for the Pats fans. I stood in line for the porto-potties about 10 deep with nothing but thick east coast slang and me being the only one wearing a Texans jersey.

WWJD
10-19-2004, 03:06 PM
I heard about the obnoxious Pats fans.