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1/ One more #NFL thing before the Day of Atonement. Last night's #MNF was very satisfying as a #Steelers fan. The ending of the game was nuts and I want to reproduce the nutty live-texts I sent to my sleeping son, not expecting it to become a saga of silliness.
2/ [11:31 PM] 55 yard FG to send it into overtime!

{Little did I know that this would be the least surprising thing of overtime. I should also add that many people expected BAL to go to the Superbowl and the Raiders to get a top 5 pick in the 2022 draft} Screencap from the ESPN app...
3/ [11:40 PM]: RAIDERS WIN
[11:41 PM]: wait hold up
[11:42 PM]: CORRECTION. will be at the half yard-line

{It was so exciting to think LV would get the ball and then just drive down the field and score. Of course, it couldn't be that simple. TD taken back.} ESPN screencap. 7:22 in OT,...
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59.01/ Week fifty-nine, Aug. 28-Sept. 3, 2021, thread begins here.

Week 58 thread below.
59.02/ Scoring a run on a balk is such sweet victorious humiliation. Like in NFL when a QB gives up a safety by running out the back of the endzone. Thanks Nationals. #LGM
59.03a/ One year without fans in the stands and they forgot how to act right.

The fans can't be abusive, throw objects, hurl slurs. This we know. But we cheer and boo. That's our job. And if players enjoy the cheering they need to fear the booing as well.
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55.01/ Week fifty-five, July 31-Aug 6 2021, thread begins here.

Week 54 below
55.02/ I have no idea (yet?) how to handle this case brought up by @AnaMardoll and I think I need to because I can envision needing a solution IRL.

(Note, it also illustrates why conservatives were so afraid of D&D: it allows kids to broaden their worlds)
55.03/ As I've gotten older I've come to view this mishnah from Avot as more & more central to both practical & ideal wisdom. Especially for the internet.

It's an early indictment of #DunningKruger blowhards: stop talking! Listen. Less talk, more rock.…
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Happy Birthday Danny Abramowicz
Danny went head first into the 🎥 on the sidelines, ripping a hole in his helmet.
#Saints Image
Week 7 vs the #Steelers
Whitsell has 2 INT’s.
Danny Abramowicz catches 12 passes for 156 yards
14-10 #HereWeGo
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16.01/ There are some really promising signs. It's a good feeling that increasing the number of voters - without even knowing how they voted - is good for the Democrats. It's good for democracy and the "Democrat" party. Funny that
16.02/ A reminder that huge crowds - and 40% of the vote - is also what Hoover inspired in 1932.
16.03/ Florida is a true toss-up because it's Florida and it's designed to be a god-awful mess. But I have a good feeling about Texas (and Georgia). A gooooooooooooood feeling about Texas
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15.01/ From last night, about the newest COVID outbreak from within the White House. As I've said before, the core value of Pence/GOP is anti-expertise, which leads to their self-destruction
15.02/ #Steelers @ Titans is the game of the week and as the picture below shows, nearly everyone in the 50 states will get to see it except... me in Jersey. But I'll get to listen to the game on my laptop, 10-70 seconds behind (why?!) #HereWeGo CBS broadcast map for 1pm g...
15.03/ @Dameshek is (basically) my age and we were both kids in Pittsburgh at the same time so we have the same abject fear of Mr. Yuk.

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Turkey Jones Terry Bradshaw.
You would never be allowed to play again if you did this today.
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The Browns and Steelers matchup features two of the best pass rushes in the NFL, but they get pressure in different ways.

➤ 42.9% pressure rate (1st), 46% blitz rate (2nd)

➤ 30.8% pressure rate (4th), 23% blitz rate (22nd)

#CLEvsPIT | #HereWeGo | #Browns
Under new defensive coordinator Joe Woods, the Browns have decreased their blitz rate by 15 percentage points (only team over 10%).

Despite blitzing less often, the Browns have their highest pressure rate this season over the last 4 seasons.

#CLEvsPIT | #Browns
The Steelers high blitz rates over the last 3 seasons have been driven by early down blitzes.

Early Down Blitz Rate by Season
➤ 2018: 42% (1st) | 3rd down: 32% (15th)
➤ 2019: 43% (3rd) | 3rd down: 20% (30th)
➤ 2020: 55% (1st) | 3rd down: 27% (22nd)

#CLEvsPIT | #HereWeGo
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Sure, "polls aren't votes", but 15 pts down means Trump's (ym"sh) vulnerable, dries up fundraising, allows GOP electeds to contradict him publicly, allows reporters to treat him normally & not as the magician of 2016 who commands a cult of violent kooks.
To combat the complacency that the polling imbalance could bring, I suggest telling fellow anti-Trumpites that no matter how much DJT is down in November, when you vote, it will feel as good as punching him in the face with all of your strength

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L'accordo sulle volumetrie, ultimo ostacolo tra Comune e clubs, se ufficializzato diraderebbe le nubi che facevano temere un traccheggio in vista delle elezioni. Ed aprirebbe la strada ad un futuro diverso x il Milan: nuovo socio o proprietario che risolva davvero problema UEFA.
Ufficiale. Ecco il comunicato congiunto Milan/Inter 👇 #NuovoStadio #HereWeGo #NewFuture Image
Comunicato completo 👇 il tanto agognato compromesso si è trovato a 0,51. Adesso la palla passa alla giunta comunale per la conclusione dell'iter burocratico. L'auspicio è che a questo punto la prima pietra venga posata nel corso del 2021, con inaugurazione prevista 3 anni dopo. ImageImageImageImage
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It’s hard for people who weren’t in western PA at that time to fully comprehend the despair that pervaded the region & conversely, the euphoria that came from our sports teams’ success. One could write an entire book on the subject, so I’ll never address it in a few characters.
One analog is the celebrated Super Bowl victory by the New Orleans Saints after Hurricane Katrina. I don’t want to minimize the physical & social damage caused by that disaster, but a key difference is that NOLA remained a tourist destination, a city with prospects to recover.
Pittsburgh had none. New Orleans lost over 250K people, about half of its population, due to Katrina but within a decade more than half of those losses were regained.
Pittsburgh, on the other hand, had been hemorrhaging residents for decades.
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