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    Sure. And welcome to the club
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    please o please o please may i join i was waiting for a club like this....umm my fav team are the pittsburg steelers i liked them since 98
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    Yep, you can join as well. Welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtra
    TOTD (March 27):

    Think Breet Farve will retire?

    I say he will. I mean, he's been at this for 16 years, he has a few Super Bowl rings, and he's probably the most popular Packer to ever walk on Lambeau field. I don't think he can do much more (except have his third bad year in a row.)
    no i think if he is going to he would have by now...
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    TOTD for March 26:

    Think the Steelers are going to make another appearence in Super Bowl XLI?

    I'm thinking probably not. They have a good team, sure, but getting 6th seed last year doesn't inspire a lot of confidence. And Bettis retired as well.
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    Anyone interested in the upcomong owners meeting and the draft?
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    I would like to join. My fav team is the Dallas Cowboys.

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    Okay, and welcome to the club
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    New NFL football rules:

    * Allowing down-by-contact calls to be reviewed by replay to determine if the ball came out before the ball carrier was down, and who recovered it. In the past, those plays were not reviewable when officials ruled the whistle had ended the play.
    * Prohibiting pass rushers from hitting a passer in the knee or below unless they are blocked into him. The officiating department showed low hits that caused serious injuries to Cincinnati's Palmer, Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger and Tampa Bay's Brian Griese, although in all cases, those would not draw penalties because the rushers were blocked in such a way that they could not avoid the hits.
    * Toughening the horse-collar rule enacted last season. It now bans tacklers from taking down ball carriers from the rear by tugging inside their jerseys. Last year's rule required that the tackler's hand got inside the runner's shoulder pads. Only two horse-collars were called in 2005 and the officiating department said one was an incorrect call.
    * Prohibiting defensive players from lining up directly over center on field-goal and extra-point attempts to avoid injuries to long snappers.
    * In end zone celebrations, you can't use the ball or any other object as a prop, and you have to stay on your feet.
    Last edited by Xtra; 30th March 2006 at 8:03 PM.
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