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  1. #1
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    Request: Copy of Stillers game



    Hate to have to resort to this, but...

    The DVR crapped out on me this week, so I don't have a copy of the game. I was at the game (sec. 141), and couldn't wait to see/hear how loud we all were on the broadcast. But... nothin'.

    If anyone could make me a DVD of the game, I'd greatly appreciate it. Send me a PM.

    Thanks all.




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    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    me too...




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    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    why torture yourself?








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    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    I am still in the stone age, so I only have it on VHS. I am with Galen why tourture yourselves?




  5. #5

    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    NFL Reply tonight at 9:30 on NFL Network will be re-showing the game.

    From the Baltimore Sun:
    The NFL Network's NFL Replay presents the Ravens-Steelers game in its 90-minute format (9:30p.m.), which means you get more quickly to the part where Santonio Holmes doesn't score.
    Pffffff! I trust wikipedia more than the NFL. If anyone would know football, it is clearly wikipedia.
    -xmradiodave 9/13/08




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    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    I have it for what its worth, still need to burn it.




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    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    Quote Originally Posted by Galen Sevinne View Post
    why torture yourself?
    I'm a glutton for punishment I guess. I've got a collection of all the games since '04.




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    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswarrior19 View Post
    I'm a glutton for punishment I guess. I've got a collection of all the games since '04.
    that's cool. I actually started to watch it again last night for some stupid reason. Now I am agitated that mason did not catch that ball in the endzone....perfect pass, mason had perfect position but just jumped too soon.








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    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    Quote Originally Posted by Galen Sevinne View Post
    that's cool. I actually started to watch it again last night for some stupid reason. Now I am agitated that mason did not catch that ball in the endzone....perfect pass, mason had perfect position but just jumped too soon.
    Yeah, a game of missed opportunities.

    Mason jumping to soon on the play your described.
    Flacco overshooting him later in the opposite endzone.
    Ed Reed slipping on the 3rd and 10, allowing Nate Washington a 1st down.
    Ed Reed not scoring on the fumble recovery.
    Jim Leonard not getting by the punter on the bouncing return.

    Ugh.




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    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    Still hoping to get a pm. Anyone?




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    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    ripping from DVR to DVD isn't easy. I don't know if you'll get many replies.




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    Re: Request: Copy of Stillers game

    It's not that hard--its time consuming because you can't watch anything else. Ole dopey me has turned off the TIVO box halfway through an couple times and have had to start over. I still have 4 to do for this season.




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