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Murphy's Law and the Steelers

Over the past few months this is what quite a few of the post have felt like.

If it can go wrong it will go wrong. That is part of the Steeler Way that many do not talk about. Think about these "winners" from recent history:

  1. The Bus gets a shot before a playoff game that numbs his whole leg.
  2. That the team would have to lean on Mwelde Moore to get them to the Superbowl.
  3. You will have to depend on an offense line that just gave up a safety and got called for holding on the 1st play of your final drive.
  4. Hey! What about a fumble by a Hall of Fame caliber running back on the "goal line" in the AFC Championship?

I have no idea why the Hard Way at times feels like the Steeler Way too. The scary part is that if there was a meteor stike, there are some fans that would ask "Why wasn't the team ready for metor strike? They had to know that they do happen from time to time!" If you want something scary and funny read the posts from the 1st and 2nd half of the Giants game. It has be a record for the largest group of bi-polar people ever. I love them. I hate them. Haley's great. Haley sucks.

The rough patch the team has hit is nothing new. It is SOP. I am at the point that if everything went as planed I would be a nervous wreck. As long as I see team playing hard it is all good to me.

(P.S. The Haley bashing has gotten insane. Was not a fan of the firing or his hiring, but I know it going to take till the end of this season and maybe till the middle of the next to get a good idea of the offense.)

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