Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers Almost Ruined by Two Big Missed Calls

December 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sunday night, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens got together for their second meeting of the year. It was one hell of a game, to say the least. It was basically a playoff game, played by two very good teams, in a playoff atmosphere.
It was another prime example of why the Ravens-Steelers rivalry is the best that the NFL has to offer. It mixes old-time football, played with passion and grit, with great skilled and talented players on both sides of the ball.
Yet, the officials did their best to try to ruin the game. They missed a few big calls but none were a bigger miss on than the Heath Miller hit. In the third quarter, Miller attempted to catch a pass and was took a viscous hit by Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain. The hit was obviously against the rules as Miller was in a defenseless position and was stuck in the head, forcing his neck to bend back in an awkward position.
At the time of the hit, I thought that Miller was going to be severely ...

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