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So who do we root for? Steelers or Jets?

Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Ice_Ice_Brady, Jan 17, 2011.

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  1. Steelers

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  2. Jests

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  1. dalero

    dalero PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Re: So who do we root for?

    I'd dine with Andrew Zimmern for a year before I'd root for the Jesticles.
     

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    Those 5 people better be Jets fans.
     
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    Re: So who do we root for?

    I cringe at the thought of the Jets hoisting the Lamar Hunt Trophy as AFC Champions... Even more then I cringe at the thought of the Steelers doing so.

    But on the other hand I would grin in delight to see them smacked (preferably by the Packers) in the Superbowl. To see their dreams of ending that 40-whatever year drought crushed in that final game. What a delight that would be. I think I would find that more enjoyable then the Steelers losing in Dallas.

    I guess I'm at fork in the road. So I'll answer 'no preference' and just hope the NFC representative wins February 6th.
     
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