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NFL Week 11 scores, highlights and lowlights

Green Bay Packers 31 Minnesota Vikings 3: Brett Favre struggled to find words to describe the beat down at home against his former team the Packers. Aaron Rodgers played pitch and catch with Gregg Jennings (3TDs) and James Jones (1TD) as the Packs’ ‘D’ held Adrian Peterson out of the end zone and to only 78 yards on the ground. Even the return of Sidney Rice couldn’t make Favre a winner (17-of-38, 1INT).  Rice caught three balls for 56 yards and he was the top receiver on the day for the Vikes.  Minny falls to 3-7 and the Tavaris Jackson watch is on.

New England Patriots 31  Indianapolis Colts 28: Peyton Manning threw an INT on the Colts first drive and played catch up all day. Driving to tie or win, Manning threw his final pass for another INT and the game was over. He had the better day as he threw for four TDs on 38-of-52 passing, but without more than a whiff of a run game, Indy was doomed. Brady only had to throw two TDs because his backfield of the “Law Firm” and Danny Woodhead each found the end zone.  Pats keep pace with the Jets at 8-2 and Indy falls to 6-4.

New York Jets 30  Houston Texans  27 : Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes for the game winner looks like it might become a habit. A week after a winning TD pass and catch in OT, the duo hooked up with seconds on the clock. The Jets blew a 16 point lead in the 4th. They came back to down Houston, who looked like they would send the Jets to 2-3 record at home. Sanchez threw two scores to Holmes and one to Braylon Edwards. Matt Schaub was a bit gimpy and it showed. He ended up with only one TD on 19-of-33 passing.

Washington Redskins  19 Tennessee Titans 16 in OT: The teams swapped TDs in the first Q and then combined for seven field goals between them, the last a game winner for Washington. The Titans lone touchdown was thrown by 3rd stringer Rusty Smith who came in after Vince Young tore a thumb tendon. Donovan McNabb had a 30-of-50 day for 376 total yards and one INT, with the offense stalling in the red zone throughout the game. Chris Johnson ran for 130 yards and for the Redskins, Keiland Williams and Clinton Portis racked up 100 yards rushing combined.

Jacksonville Jaguars  24 Cleveland Browns  20: Break up the Jags!  They are tied with the Colts for 1st place in their division after the close win over the Browns. Aren’t all Cleveland games close and no cigar? Seems so.  MJD had another monster game with a TD and 133 yards on the ground plus 87 yards receiving. Good thing since David Garrard threw three picks with two TDs. Browns’ Peyton Hillis had more than 140 all purpose yards and one TD.

Buffalo Bills  49 Cincinnati Bengals 31 : The Bengals have lost seven in a row and with their talent, that just shouldn’t be. It’s time to wonder if Carson Palmer needs a new home after being outplayed by Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Bills are known for their come backs this season, most of which end in defeat.  Not this time as they scored 28 unanswered points in the second half and their D held Cincy scoreless.  Bills double their win total as Fitzy threw for four scores on 21-34 and 316 yards. Palmer found the two divas, T.O. and Ochocino for a score each but threw two picks and finished with only 230 yards passing.

Tampa Bay Bucs 21 San Francisco 49ers 0: The 49ers lost at home in an awful way. I’m sure Mike Singletary is ready to fall on his sword after the team dropped to 3-7 in front of the home fans. Troy Smith fell back down to earth after last week’s win on 16-of-31 passing for 148 yards and one INT. Josh Freeman  threw for two scores and Cadillac Williams found pay dirt once, for the second week in a row. The Bucs look for real at 7-3.

Kansas City Chiefs 31 Arizona Cardinals 13: The Chiefs’ scored two by air and two on the ground as the Cards struggled to score from the red zone all day. You couldn’t tell from Derek Anderson’s numbers, 1 TD to Larry Fitzgerald on 25-of-46 passing for 295 yards through the air. The Cards RBs even topped the 100 yard mark between them Hightower and Wells. The Chiefs got two scores from Thomas Jones and Matt Cassel added two to Dwayne Bowe.

Atlanta Falcons 34 St. Louis Rams 17: The Falcons scored seven times on four FGs by Matt Bryant and three TDs. Michael Turner scored one and Matt Ryan found Justin Peele and Brian Finneran for one each.  The Rams couldn’t stop Atlanta and Rams’ QB Sam Bradford couldn’t muster more than his average performance this season: two TDs, one INT on 233 yards through the air.

New Orleans Saints 34 Seattle Seahawks 19 The Saints rolled to their 3rd win in a row despite Drew Brees throwing two more picks. On the good side, he tossed two TDs on 382 yards, two each to Meacham and Colston. The Seahawks still struggle to find the end zone which they only did once on a Hasselbeck toss to Ben Obomanu. The Seattle QB avoided picks and sacks all day but with New Orleans’ D holding the team’s RBs to under 50 yards on the ground there was no hope for a victory

Pittsburgh Steelers  35 Oakland Raiders 3: The refs were “letting them play” until Oakland’s Richard Seymour threw a haymaker at Ben Roethlisberger who went down to the turf.  Ben had the last laugh as he ran for a score and threw for two more. The Raiders put both QB’s on the field and neither Gradkowski nor Campbell could move the team. Each passed for under 100 yards and one pick. Plain ugly.

Dallas Cowboys 35 Detroit Lions 19: The Boys are having a party in Big D as they win their second for interim coach Jason Garrett. Bryan McCann ran back a punt for 97 yards and a score after last week’s 101 yarder. Jon Kitna knows his Christmas has come early as he threw for three scores, two to Miles Austin and one to Dez Bryant, even adding one on the ground for himself. Shaun Hill was 32-of-47 for 289 yards. Two TDs and a pick but his running game was non-existent with a total 75 yards for the game.

Baltimore Ravens 37 Carolina Panthers 13: Brian St. Pierre got out alive and frankly, didn’t perform as poorly as some expected. One week a stay-at-home Dad, the next the QB of the struggling Panthers.  He got sacked three times, picked twice (one for a pick-six by Ray Lewis), but did throw a score to WR David Gettis. The Ravens got a one TD day from QB Joe Flacco on 24-of-33 passing for 301 yards and Ray Rice found pay dirt once.

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Paula Duffy is a national sports columnist for Examiner.com and the Huffington Post and regularly comments on sports/legal matters for radio affiliates of ESPN and Fox Sports. She founded the sports information site, Incidental Contact, is the author of a line of audio books designed for sports novices and in her spare time practices law in Los Angeles.

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Is NFL Commish’ Goodell losing his big stick?

With Vince Young, Cedric Benson and Michael Vick avoiding suspensions, is NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell losing his big stick?

Big Ben wouldn’t say so and neither would Detroit Lions exec Tom Leywand who was hit with a 30-day suspension and a $100,000 fine by the NFL for his recent DUI arrest but look at some of the history of the league’s policy and how Goodell may be slacking off a little bit.

One of the earliest acts of Goodell was his enactment of the NFL Personal Conduct Policy in April 2007.  This was in response to what had been a particularly disturbing season of player conduct issues in 2006.  Although the policy has been strongly defended by many members of the NFL it has faced equally as strong opposition from others.  This has left many wondering about how it is determined that a player or staff member be suspended.

Chris Henry and Adam “Pacman” Jones were the first two players to feel the wrath of the policy when they were both hit with suspensions shortly after the policy was enacted on April 10, 2007.  Henry was suspended for the first eight games of the season while Jones was forced to sit out for the entire season.

Henry was suspended following five arrests in the span of 28 months and a two game suspension late in the 2006 season.  He was warned that further arrests or off-field issues could result in the end of his career as an NFL player.

Jones was suspended following ten separate interviews with police in his short career.  His most recent offense before the suspension came in a strip club brawl in February 2007 that left one man paralyzed. 

Following an altercation with his bodyguard at a Dallas hotel on October 8, 2008, Jones was again suspended for the minimum four games for violations of the conduct policy.  Jones was eventually released by the Dallas Cowboys and played briefly for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.  He has since rejoined the NFL as a member of the Cincinnati Bengals.

One June 4, 2007, Tank Johnson was suspended for the first eight games of 2007.  This was in response to a misdemeanor weapon charge.  Johnson was required to spend 45 days in prison along with the four month sentence he was already serving for probation violations.

Among the most notable of the suspensions might be that of then-Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick.  When police initially conducted a narcotics search of Vick’s property in April 2007, the wound up finding several animals that were part of an illegal dog fighting ring that Vick had established.

Vick was suspended indefinitely without pay by the NFL on August 24, 2007.  He would remain suspended while serving his jail sentence before being reinstated on July 27, 2009.  After being signed to a one year contract by the Philadelphia Eagles, Vick was allowed to play the final two preseason games of that year but was required to sit out the first two regular season games.

Donte Stallworth was suspended for the entire 2009 season following manslaughter charges for an incident that occurred in Miami on March 14, 2009.  Stallworth served 24 days of a 30 day sentence before being released from prison.  Stallworth was released by the Cleveland Browns and reinstated following Super Bowl 44.  He will be a member of the Baltimore Ravens for the 2010 NFL season. 

The latest to be suspended under conduct policy violations is Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.  Roethlisberger was accused of sexual assault at a Milledgeville, Georgia nightclub in March 2010.  Even though criminal charges have not been filed, Roethlisberger will miss the first six games of the 2010 NFL season.

Many have criticized the suspensions and stated they were too harsh when charges were never filed in some cases.  Many also point to the “spygate” incident in which members of the New England Patriots staff were caught videotaping defensive play calls of other teams following a September 2007 game against rival New York Jets. 

Coach Bill Belichick was never suspended but was fined $500,000.  Many were critical of no suspension being handed down even though videotaping is not listed as a violation in the policy.  Goodell later stated that the videotaping of the calls did not impact the game between the Patriots and the Jets – a game the Patriots won 38-14. 

Though Benson, who is mentioned earlier, was recently forced to meet with Goodell due to his arrest for assault with bodily injury, he was not suspended for personal conduct violations.   Jets receiver Santonio Holmes was recently suspended for the first four games of the regular season although it was in response to the substance abuse policy of the NFL. 

Tennessee Titans quarterback Young was recently cited for assault after a strip club brawl in Dallas but will not be suspended for any length of time from that offense. 

For the sake of clarity, one can only hope that Goodell will provide clarification in the future in regards to the reasons for suspensions or lack of suspensions.  If certain players are to be suspended without charges and others will walk free there seems to be some explaining that should be in order.

And should a personal conduct policy really be in place for current NFL players?  If a retired player or someone such as a general manager makes a colossal mistake it will still reflect negatively on the image of the NFL even if they aren’t on the field of play every Sunday.

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Cade Caldwell is an Atlanta-based sportswriter and contributor to Sports Climax.

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Will Benson join Big Ben and Santonio on sidelines?

Cedric Benson will meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday as the latest NFL player to be accused of disciplinary troubles off the gridiron.  The most recent trouble for Benson came on June 29 at an Austin, Texas bar where he was arrested on an assault charge.  Benson has previously faced criminal charges on three separate occasions. 

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis says that he “doesn’t believe Benson will be suspended” under the personal conduct policy of the NFL.  As the fourth overall pick by the Chicago Bears in the 2005 NFL Draft, Benson failed to find his stride and had personal issues with teammates that were well documented following a lengthy holdout.  After an alcohol related arrest, Benson was released in June 2008.

After serving a year as a backup in Cincinnati, Benson decided to remain with the Bengals in 2009 and rushed for 1,251 yards.  This made him the 8th leading rusher in the NFL on the season even though he missed 3 games due to injury.  In a tough postseason loss to the New York Jets, Benson set the team rushing record for a postseason game with a total of 169 rushing yards.  Under the guidance of Coach Marvin Lewis, Benson has become an integral part of the Bengals offense. 

While the tenure of Lewis has had its up and down moments; he has led the team to the NFL playoffs twice.  In 2005, the postseason ended after an early Carson Palmer injury in the opening playoff game after the team had posted a record strong enough to earn the first-round bye.  Last season, Lewis was awarded 2009 Coach of the Year by the Associated Press for turning the team around after a disappointing 2008 campaign. 

Despite the flashes of success on the field, Lewis has endured years of off the field issues by members of the team.  The most tragic of these was the death of wide-receiver Chris Henry in Charlotte, North Carolina last December after a domestic dispute with his fiancée.  However, Lewis is making the argument that the past issues of team members along with Benson’s previous history are the primary reasons why this case has received so much attention.

Benson isn’t the only NFL player currently facing possible disciplinary action. 

Earlier this week, recently released Oakland Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell plead not guilty to charges of illegal drug possession.  Russell was arrested July 5 after an undercover investigation led authorities to discover codeine syrup without a prescription. 

The image of Russell was already badly tarnished after several horrendous seasons that eventually led to the quarterback being benched.  Russell was then released on May 6 and his troubles grew further when the Raiders filed a grievance with the league in an attempt to recover $9.5 million of the $36.4 million that was paid to the former LSU star while in the silver and black. 

Although no arrests are planned from the incident in which Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young was cited for assault that resulted in bodily injury at a Dallas strip club. Young is expected to receive some sort of disciplinary action from the league. How severe or if a suspension would be included is left to be seen.

Successful Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has been no stranger to success on the NFL field twice leading his team to become Super Bowl champions.  However, off the field, Roethlisberger has been involved in several high-profile incidents including a nearly fatal motorcycle accident in 2006 and, most recently, accusations of sexual assault.   

While neither allegation led to the arrest of Roethlisberger, the most recent sexual assault allegation resulted in a six-game suspension without pay.  The league has since mandated a “professional behavior evaluation” and he must further adhere to counseling or treatment that may be recommended by the evaluators.  During the 2010 NFL Draft, Big Ben was often referred to as possible “trade-bait” that the Steelers might use to move up to a higher pick in the draft. 

The rumors turned out to be inaccurate and Roethlisberger remains a Steeler at the moment.  The six-game suspension has led to much debate in the media about what might happen if another quarterback gets on a roll during the mandatory time off.  Earlier in the season, Dennis Dixon started a game for an injured Roethlisberger and nearly defeated a defense-powerful Baltimore Ravens squad.  This led many that were already upset with Roethlisberger to insist upon his replacement.

While on this disciplinary topic, you need to include New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes who will miss the first four games of this season from a suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.

Holmes, no stranger to legal troubles, once acknowledged that he sold drugs on the street as a teenager. The star receiver has been faced with off the field issues twice in 2010.  The first came at a nightclub where a woman accused Holmes of throwing a glass at her and cutting her above the eye.  Shortly thereafter, a Twitter user spoke negatively of the incident to which Holmes responded with several disparaging remarks.

Holmes would later allege that his Twitter account had been hacked at the time of the responses and that it wasn’t actually him addressing the fans.  One month later, Holmes refused to turn an iPod off at the request of a flight attendant citing airline regulations.  Although no arrest resulted from the incident, Holmes was removed from the flight by police officers and reminded to comply with regulations. 

The ever popular Madden video game series will release its latest episode entitled “Madden 11” on August 10.  Although the game series doesn’t offer players the ability to live the life of their favorite players off the field the conduct of many stars as of late would have many wondering if it should be an option. 

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Cade Caldwell is an Atlanta-based sportswriter and contributor to Sports Climax.

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Roethlisberger suspended 6 games; involved in trade talks

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was slapped with a 6-game suspension today by NFL big ben roethlisbergerCommissioner Roger Goodell for dissin’ the league’s personal conduct policy.

Goodell also is requiring the star slinger to attend as the boss put it, “comprehensive behavioral evaluation by medical professionals.”

Like Michael Vick’s suspension after he came back into the league after serving jail time for dog-fighting charges, Roethslisberger’s penalty can be reduced to a lesser amount (4) games for good behavior.

Roethlisberger, who’s meat has dominated the news, is also banned from participating in any team off season drills or activities until he completes this evaluation.

Here’s what the boss had to say regarding the suspension:

“The Personal Conduct Policy makes clear that I may impose discipline ‘even where the conduct does not result in conviction of a crime’ as, for example, where the conduct ‘imposes inherent danger to the safety and well being of another person’,”

“As the District Attorney concluded, the extensive investigatory record shows that you contributed to the irresponsible consumption of alcohol by purchasing alcoholic beverages for underage college students, at least some of whom were likely already intoxicated. There is no question that the excessive consumption of alcohol that evening put the students and yourself at risk.”

“The Personal Conduct Policy also states that discipline is appropriate for conduct that ‘undermines or puts at risk the integrity and reputation of the NFL, NFL clubs, or NFL players.’ By any measure, your conduct satisfies that standard.”

Jason La Canfora of NFL.com reported that the Steelers have kicked up efforts to trade Big Ben.

Big Ben should draw some attention in the trade market, especially with two Super Bowl wins under his belt. You would have to assume he will straighten out knowing, like Vick, it’s shape up or ship out time.

According to La Canfora, the Steelers “had a brief conversation with the St. Louis Rams over the weekend, according to a league source, but the Rams weren’t interested in taking on Roethlisberger. The Steelers wanted to send Roethlisberger to the Rams as part of a package to move up to No. 1 overall in this week’s draft and select Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford.”

Other teams possibly showing interest are the Buffalo Bills and Oakland Raiders.

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Accuser: Roethlisberger ‘Came back with his penis out of his pants’

Ben Roethlisberger’s accuser told authorities she told the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback ‘No, it wasn’t okay’ and that ‘Ben came back with his penis out of his pants’.

It’s all right here in her statement she made to the Milledgeville police in Georgia. For 21 additional documents related to this investigation, go to The Smoking Gun website.



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Big Ben’s Meat Still in the News

PITTSBURGH – Ben Roethlisberger’s meat remains in the news.

Ty Ballou, the owner of PLB Sports, told the New York Times he is severing ties with Roethlisberger and will no longer bens-beef-jerky-reddistribute Big Ben’s Beef Jerky. Lately it appears Ben needs little help in doling out any goods related to meat.

Ballou is said to be an avid Steelers fan and also told the newspaper he is disgusted by the allegations made against Roethlisberger in a Georgia sexual assault case.

Although the Georgia D.A. refused to press charges on the Steelers quarterback and the player did read an apology in front of the cameras, Ballou decided to terminate the contract:

“I can’t imagine anyone touching Ben Roethlisberger. Enough is enough. I hope there is a suspension,” said Ballou. “At some point in time, Ben has got to put himself in the right position and understand what it means to be a celebrity, a quarterback, a Steelers player.”

Ballou’s website lists many other athletes as endorsers for his products like Joe Greene, Kurt Warner, Nolan Ryan and Terrell Owens but the details surrounding Big Ben’s personal meat at the Capital City Bar in Georgia was the last straw and too much for him to handle.

“We’ve made a lot of money together. I’m leaving a lot on the table by terminating this contract. Even thought there were no criminal charges, there are just enough issues here that it’s the best interests of PLB Sports to break ties.”

Just curious, was the jerky sold in mini bites or jumbo size?

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No Sexual Assault Charges Against Roethlisberger

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – District Attorney Fred Bright announced that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben ben roethlisbergerRoethlisberger will not be charged of sexual assault in the case involving a college student at a nightclub last month saying the 20-year-old’s accusations could not be proven.

The accuser, a Georgia College & State University student, told police that the Steelers star sexually assaulted her at the Capital City night club on March 5th. Bright said the investigation revealed the woman was boozing it up heavily and what happened in the bathroom between the pair is unclear.

Medical personnel who examined her after the incident could not confirm she had been raped and there was not enough DNA to confirm who it belonged to.

“We are not condoning Mr. Roethlisberger’s actions that night,” Bright said. “But we do not prosecute morals. We prosecute crimes.”

The investigation lasted for weeks over which time the accuser urged prosecutors not to move forward any charges.

“I know when I have a case and I know when I don’t. I do not have enough evidence to convince 12 jurors beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Roethlisberger was guilty of rape,” said Bright.

“If this is sexual assault, it has to be proven that it happened without consent, and that’s difficult especially if both parties consumed alcohol,” added J. Tom Morgan, a former D.A.

Roethlisberger, who owns a home in Georgia, has not participated in recent offseason workouts with the Steelers.

With this ordeal over, Roethlisberger, currently playing under a $102 million contract, is expected to have a sit-down with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in the near future to discuss his many off-the-field issues.

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Off Season Trouble Again For Ben Roethlisberger

PITTSBURGH – Big Ben’s off-season troubles continue for the two-time Super Bowl Champion. Ben Roethlisberger Photo

Roethlisberger’s first off-season incident came back on June 12th, 2006 when he suffered serious injuries after colliding with a car while riding his Suzuki Hyabusa motorcycle in downtown Pittsburgh.

Although his multiple facial fractures were repaired in time for the regular season and he didn’t miss any time from that accident, he clearly was not the same quarterback who had just one season prior won a Super Bowl.

After leading the Pittsburgh Steelers to another Super Bowl victory in February of 2009, prior to the season’s start he was accused of rape by Andrea McNulty of Nevada. No criminal charges were filed but a civil law suit is still pending.

In the most recent incident, Roethlisberger and his posse were out celebrating the QB’s 28th birthday this past Friday and after a night of alcohol and partying, assault accusations were made, this time by a 20-year-old female student of Georgia College and State University.

After the alleged sexual incident took place, the student and her friends sought out a police officer to notify of the attack. The student was then taken to a local hospital and treated and released. Her identity is being kept confidential by Milledgeville, GA police.

The police have interviewed the accuser and Roethlisberger and the incident is still under active investigation.

The Steelers’ organization would only say that they are monitoring the situation and will take action when deemed necessary. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s office is also keeping up with the ongoing investigation, and charges if filed could lead to a suspension of the star quarterback.

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Bitch-Slap-of-the-Week – The Pittsburgh Steelers

After losing to the 2-11 Cleveland Browns 13-6 Thursday night in front of a national television audience and Photo: Peter Diana / Post-Gazette throwing all but their mathematical chances of a playoff spot down the drain, the 6-7 Pittsburgh Steelers get this week’s Slap-of-the-Week.

The loss was the 5th in a row for the Steelers drawing sharp criticism from some of their local columnists like Ron Cook who pulled no punches.

The Browns attacked Ben Roethlisberger from the start, sacking the scrambling QB eight times during a night where temps were reported to be -12 below zero chill factor at kickoff time.

Here are a few post-game quotes from the under-achievers who were last year’s Super Bowl Champions.

WR Hines Ward: “To lose five straight coming off a Super Bowl from last year, it’s embarrassing for me. It just hurts, it hurts a lot. There’s nothing fun about losing games, especially five in a row. We’re better than that, we should play better than that.”

WR Mike Wallace: “It was like every time I go out for a pass, when I looked back, he’d be getting hit,” referring to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. “I’d just be coming out of my break and he’d be going down.”

Coach Mike Tomlin: “I thought they fought. I thought they stuck together, but it wasn’t enough to win the football game. … Fighting and sticking together are not winning football games. We’re finding new and different ways to not rise up. This one tonight happened in all three phases.”

Tackle Willie Colon: “This was probably the worst we played up front all year. I know it was probably my worst game. I feel like I let the line down.”

Defensive Back Deshea Townsend: “Mind-boggling.”

Nose Tackle Casey Hampton: “Like a bad dream. [The season] is a wrap, this [explicate] is a wrap.”

Yes it is. It’s not only a wrap but it’s a full-on Bitch-Slap to go along with your record for most consecutive losses (5) for a Super Bowl winner the season following a Super Bowl win.

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