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Who will prevail in Superbowl XLV?

  • Pittsburgh Steelers

    Votes: 14 38.9%
  • Green Bay Packers

    Votes: 22 61.1%

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Different type of poll for TDG, but since we have members ALL over the place.....
 

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God I hope and pray everyday that the steelers don't win it.
 
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I think you all can guess what my vote is.:rock


Stairway to SEVEN!:woot::woot::woot::woot::woot::woot::woot:
 

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I think you all can guess what my vote is.:rock


Stairway to SEVEN!:woot::woot::woot::woot::woot::woot::woot:
with a rapist for a QB:damnit
 

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I'm going with Green Bay. Quarterback A. Rodgers grew up 20 miles from my home town.
 

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with a rapist for a QB:damnit
ACCUSED, not charged or convicted!












That doesn't mean he's not a good QB.:haha
 

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Packers! I really like Troy Polamalu, but have never been a fan of Big Ben even before the messes he gets himself into..
 

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...but have never been a fan of Big Ben even before the messes he gets himself into..
Guess you just don't like great QB's then?

Miami Redhawks records:
Miami University is in Oxford, Ohio, and all records are from the 2008 media guide.
Most Pass Attempts, Career - 1,304 (2001–03)
Most Pass Attempts, Season - 495 (2003)
Most Pass Completions, Career - 854 (2001–03)
Most Pass Completions, Season - 342 (2003; also a MAC record)
Most Pass Completions, Game - 41 (vs. Northern Illinois, 2002; MAC record)
Most Passing Yards, Career - 10,829 (2001–03)
Most Passing Yards, Season - 4,486 (2003; also a MAC Record)
Most Passing Yards, Game - 525 (vs. Northern Illinois, 2002)
Most Passing Touchdowns, Career - 84 (2001–03)
Most Passing Touchdowns, Season - 37 (2003)
Most Passing Touchdowns, Game - 5 (did it at Ohio in 2001 and at UCF in 2003; tied with Sam Ricketts)
Most Total Offense Yards, Career - 11,075 (2001–03)
Most Total Offense Yards, Season - 4,597 (2003)
Most Total Offense Yards, Game - 485 (vs. Northern Illinois, 2002)
Most 300+ Yard Passing Games - 14
Most 400+ Yard Passing Games - 4
Most Games w/4+ TD Passes - 7
Highest Completion %, Career (Min. 300 attempts) - 65.5% (2001–03)
Highest Completion %, Season (Min. 100 attempts) - 69.1% (2003)
(Tie) Most Games in a Season w/200+ Yards Passing - 14 (2003; NCAA Record)
(Tie) Consecutive Games in a Season w/200+ Yards Passing - 14 (2003; NCAA Record)​

NFL records:
Most regular season wins in a season, rookie QB — 13 (2004)
Longest regular season win streak to start a career for a NFL QB — 15 games (won all 13 starts in the 2004 season, won first 2 games of the 2005 season)
Most wins as a starting quarterback in first five NFL seasons (reg. season only) - 51 (from 2004–2008)
Highest passer rating, rookie season — 98.1 (2004)
Highest completion percentage, rookie season — 66.4% (2004)
Highest single-game completion percentage, rookie season (min. 20 attempts) — 84.0% (completed 21/25 passes at Dallas on 10/17/2004)
Most games with a completion percentage of 70.0% or higher, rookie season (min. 10 attempts) — 6 (2004)
Most games with a completion percentage of 80.0% or higher, single season (min. 10 attempts) — 4 (2007)
(Tie) Most touchdown passes, Monday Night Football game — 5 (11/5/2007 vs. Baltimore Ravens)
First QB to start two Conference Championship games in first two seasons in the NFL (2004 & 2005)
Youngest starting QB ever to win the Super Bowl (2005; second-youngest QB to play in the Super Bowl, behind Dan Marino)
Second quarterback in NFL history, along with Peyton Manning, to register three perfect passing games during the regular season, and the only quarterback to ever register two perfect passing games in one regular season.
Lowest passer rating for a Super Bowl winning QB — 22.6 (Completed 9 of 21 passes for zero touchdowns with two interceptions)
Tied for most seasons with one or more postseason starts in the first five years in the league since 1960, with four starts (tied with Bernie Kosar, Donovan McNabb, and Eli Manning).​

Pittsburgh Steelers franchise records:
In seven seasons, Roethlisberger has many individual accomplishments that are record performances in Steelers history.
Career records
79-31 (.718) record as starting QB (includes a 10-2 playoff record)
.718 winning percentage is the highest among all Steelers QBs with at least 20 starts
Highest Passer Rating (Min. 100 attempts) — 92.5
Highest Completion Percentage (Min. 100 attempts) — 63.1%
Highest Yards Per Attempt (Min. 100 attempts) — 8.04
Most 300+ Yard Passing Games — 16 (includes one playoff game)
Most 400+ Yard Passing Games — 3
Most 500+ Yard Passing Games — 1
Most 3000-Yard Passing Seasons — 5 (2006–2010)
Most Consecutive 3000-Yard Passing Seasons — 5 (2006–2010)
Most 4000-Yard Passing Seasons — 1 (2009)
Most Consecutive Games With a TD Pass — 15 (from December 3, 2006 through November 18, 2007)
Most 4th Quarter Comeback Wins — 19 (tied with Terry Bradshaw)
Most Games with a Passer Rating over 100.0 (regular season; min. 10 attempts) — 42
Most Games with a Perfect Passer Rating — 3
Most Games with 40+ Pass Attempts — 14
Most Games with 20+ Completions — 32
Most Games with 30+ Completions — 5
Most Games with Completion Percentage of at least 60% — 67
Most Games with Completion Percentage of at least 70% — 27
Biggest contract in Steelers history (eight years, $102 million)
Season records
Highest Completion Percentage — 66.6% (2009)
Most Touchdown Passes — 32 (2007)
Highest Touchdown Pass Percentage — 7.92% (2007)
Highest Yards Per Attempt — 8.90 (2005)
Highest Passer Rating — 104.1 (2007)
Most Passing Yards — 4,328 (2009)
Most 300+ Yard Passing Games — 5 (2009)[162]
Most Pass Completions — 337 (2009)
Lowest Interception Percentage — 1.29% (2010; 5 INTs on 389 attempts)
Fewest Interceptions (Min. 10 attempts/game) — 5 (2010)
Single-game records
Most Passing Yards — 503 (Completed 29 of 46 passes for 503 yards and 3 touchdowns on December 20, 2009 against the Green Bay Packers)
Most Pass Completions — 38 (Completed 38 of 54 passes for 433 yards on November 5, 2006 against the Denver Broncos)
(Tie) Most Consecutive Passes Completed, Single Game — 15 (Completed 15 straight on November 26, 2007 against the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football. Bubby Brister also completed 15 straight on October 1, 1989 against the Detroit Lions.)
Highest Completion %, Game (min. 20 attempts) — 85.7% (Completed 18 out of 21 attempts on November 26, 2007 against the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football)
(Tie) Most Touchdown Passes, Game — 5 (Threw five TD passes in the first half against the Baltimore Ravens on a Monday-night game November 5, 2007. Tied with Terry Bradshaw and Mark Malone)
Rookie records (achieved during 2004 season)
Most Pass Attempts — 295
Most Pass Completions — 196
Highest Completion Percentage — 66.4%
Most Passing Yards — 2621
Most Touchdown Passes — 17
Highest Yards Per Attempt — 8.88
Highest Passer Rating — 98.1
Wins as starting QB — 13
Postseason records
Highest Completion Percentage (Min. 50 attempts) — 61.1%
Highest Passer Rating — 85.4​
 

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Awesome!:haha I heard about that but forgot to check it out.....thanks for the post!!:haha
 

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Nadir,

HA HA Am I your personal pet peeve now? :roflol:

LOL stats don’t make a person, sorry try again..

Anyway…. Yes, he had a stellar rookie season and hopefully those Organizational Stats prove to be enough on Sunday, but it takes more than a quarterback to win a game ;)

Should be a good game either way! Good luck.. Go Packers!! :guitar
 

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Only a few voters in the poll, but even by the poll it is close! Can't wait for the game!!!:popcorn:woot:
 

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So your saying he is a good player so even though he is terrible person its ok because he is a good football player
 

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stats don’t make a person, sorry try again..
So your saying he is a good player so even though he is terrible person its ok because he is a good football player
If you mean a bad person by being naive or dumb enough to let himself get involved with gold-diggers and drunk college chicks, then yeah, I guess so. You really should try to form your opinions on actual facts, though. Makes you seem kinda dumb too:

On August 8, 2009, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published details of an affidavit filed as part of a motion by two of the other defendants named in the suit to relocate the case from Washoe County to Douglas County. In the affidavit, Angela Antonetti, McNulty's former co-worker, delivered a sworn statement that McNulty had bragged to her about having consensual sex with Roethlisberger. As part of the affidavit, Antonetti said she was "absolutely shocked" upon hearing of the case on the radio on July 21. Antonetti explained, "I knew that [her] lawsuit and false allegations would unfairly and unjustly hurt Mr. Roethlisberger".

According the affidavit, Antonetti claimed that McNulty had revealed she was hoping she had gotten pregnant with a "little Roethlisberger". Antonetti also claimed that she had been asked to travel to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in August 2008 in an attempt to "run into" the quarterback. In response, Antonetti advised McNulty she "shouldn't try to chase Mr. Roethlisberger".​

And as far as the other one goes, I'll give you my biased personal opinion if you don't mind: 28yr-old single superstar NFL QB partying with college chicks? Hell yeah!!!! Needs to "force himself" on women to get laid? Seriously? You really believe that? Risky and poor judgement from a PR perspective making himself the potential target for goldigggers like the one formally documented above? Yes, guilty on both counts.

He paid his dues. Live and learn. Don't worry guys, you'll have plenty of opportunity to despise him even more on Sunday after the Steelers emerge victorious once again.
 

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Go Steelers !!! Stairway to seven time :)
 
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