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[[folder:Days of Our Steelers]]Steelers - 2018 Season]]




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'''UT''': '''FUCK! FUUU-'''\\

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'''UT''': '''FUCK! FUUU-'''\\[[CurseCutShort FUUU-]]'''\\

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* Oh well, at least Antonio Brown is gone, and his pre-season in Oakland is so drama-laden that they end up releasing him before he even plays a down, never mind a whole game. Time to indulge in some ''schadenfreude'', right? Except...
-->'''UT''': The Steelers just won the Super Bowl and all it cost us was $21 million in debt cap! PARTY TIME, BABY!\\
'''Narrator UT''': ''[as Video Tree sings in the background]'' This premature celebration of the yinzer in his habitat, something sinister was bubbling. The seismic activity would shake the very core of his fandom.\\
'''Headline''': ''[RecordNeedleScratch]'' [[AC:Antonio Brown Signs With Patriots Ahead of Season Opener]]\\
'''UT''': ''What?!...''\\
'''Narrator UT''': The Steelers had no longer won the Super Bowl.\\
'''UT''': He signed with the FUCKING PATRIOTS!?\\
'''Caption''': [[AC:Hell hath come to Yinzerland]]\\
'''UT''': '''FUCK! FUUU-'''\\
''[static]''\\
'''UT''': Why does God hate us? Antonio Brown to the Patriots!?\\
'''Caption''': ''[over footage of Brown running up and down his back garden in celebration]'' [[AC:I bet he's doing this to spite his old lover]]\\
'''UT''': The team the Steelers are always at least two steps behind on any given Sunday?! Do you understand they have to go into Foxborough and deal with their Super Bowl presentation, and now THIS!?\\
'''Headline''': [[AC:Antonio Brown Won't Be On The Sideline For Patriots-Steelers]]\\
'''UT''': I mean, at least he won't play, but you know what? I not only hope the Steelers win, I hope they fucking ''crush'' them. Hearing their misery will warm my cold, salty heart to a boil. Do this and all the drama of the past few years will be forgiven.


''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music ("Vesti la giubba" from Ruggero Leoncavallo's ''Pagliacci'') overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one of [[Film/AceVentura Ray Finkle's room of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia]], another from the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Whale Whores" where the Dolphins are killed by Japanese fishermen, and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkLiT1jV5Ms&t=5903s archive footage from Super Bowl VII]] where the Dolphins' placekicker Garo Yepremian turns the ball over to the Washington Redskins' Mike Bass, who would return the ball for a touchdown]''\\

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''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music ("Vesti la giubba" from Ruggero Leoncavallo's ''Pagliacci'') overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one of [[Film/AceVentura Ray Finkle's room of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia]], another from the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Whale Whores" where the Dolphins are killed by Japanese fishermen, and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkLiT1jV5Ms&t=5903s archive footage from Super Bowl VII]] where the Dolphins' placekicker Garo Yepremian turns the ball over to the Washington Redskins' Mike Bass, who would return the ball for a touchdown]''\\touchdown]''[[note]]Although the Dolphins still won, Yepremian's gaffe is still regarded as one of the worst mistakes in a Super Bowl, and it prevented a potential cherry on the sundae of the Dolphins' perfect season: a 17-0 scoreline to match their 17-0 record. Instead, the final score was Miami 14, Washington 7; it remained the lowest-scoring Super Bowl until 2019.[[/note]]\\


''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music ("Vesti la giubba" from Ruggero Leoncavallo's ''Pagliacci'') overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one of [[Film/AceVentura Ray Finkle's room of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia]], another from the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Whale Whores" where the Dolphins are killed by Japanese fishermen, and archive footage where the Dolphins turn the ball over to their opponents]''\\

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''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music ("Vesti la giubba" from Ruggero Leoncavallo's ''Pagliacci'') overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one of [[Film/AceVentura Ray Finkle's room of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia]], another from the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Whale Whores" where the Dolphins are killed by Japanese fishermen, and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkLiT1jV5Ms&t=5903s archive footage from Super Bowl VII]] where the Dolphins turn Dolphins' placekicker Garo Yepremian turns the ball over to their opponents]''\\the Washington Redskins' Mike Bass, who would return the ball for a touchdown]''\\


'''UT''': ''Fuck.''

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'''UT''': ''Fuck.''[[ThisIsGonnaSuck Fuck]].''


'''Headline''': ''[glass breaking]'' [[AC:NFL Week 1 Betting Preview: Steelers remain 6.5-point underdogs vs. Patriots]]

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'''Headline''': ''[glass breaking]'' [[AC:NFL Week 1 Betting Preview: Steelers remain 6.5-point underdogs vs. Patriots]]Patriots]]\\


* The Steelers' season gets off to a disastrous start with a 33-3 loss to, yes, the Patriots. Tree offers a teaser for the upcoming full-length evisceration of Pittsburgh's performance in the return of the ''Days of our Steelers'':

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* The Steelers' season gets off to a disastrous start with a 33-3 loss to, yes, the Patriots. Tree offers a teaser for the upcoming full-length evisceration of Pittsburgh's performance in the return of the ''Days of our Our Steelers'':



''[aerial shot of the former site of Three Rivers Stadium, accompanied by a very long StockScream of horror]''\\

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''[aerial shot of Point State Park (with Heinz Field just out of frame to the former site of Three Rivers Stadium, left), accompanied by a very long StockScream of horror]''\\


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!![[AC:The Boston Salt Party]]
* With Le'Veon Bell now the Jets' problem and Antonio Brown now the Raiders' problem, Tree is savouring the prospect of a drama-free season. His sense of calm is short-lived:
-->'''UT''': ''[over footage of the Steelers' pre-season training, Music/LudwigVanBeethoven's ''Pastoral'' Symphony playing on the soundtrack]'' Do you hear that? That sweet, serene nectar to the ears. ''No... drama.'' No more pain. No more anguish. No more ''Days of Our Steelers''. I can finally relax. I can sit back... and laugh at the Raiders. He's your problem now, boys! ''[contented sigh]'' I wonder who the Steelers are playing in their first game?\\
'''Headline''': ''[glass breaking]'' [[AC:NFL Week 1 Betting Preview: Steelers remain 6.5-point underdogs vs. Patriots]]
'''UT''': ''Fuck.''


* The Steelers' season gets off to a disastrous start with a 33-3 loss to, yes, the Patriots. Tree offers a teaser for the upcoming full-length evisceration of Pittsburgh's performance:

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* The Steelers' season gets off to a disastrous start with a 33-3 loss to, yes, the Patriots. Tree offers a teaser for the upcoming full-length evisceration of Pittsburgh's performance:performance in the return of the ''Days of our Steelers'':


* The 2019 NFL episodes saw the debut of a new EpicFail montage from the 2018-19 NFL season, including Bears kicker Cody Parkey's "double doink" missed field goal against the Eagles in the Wild Card round, the brawl between the Bills and the Jaguars in Week 12, Steelers kicker Chris Boswell slipping on the turf and missing what could have been a game-tying field goal against the Raiders in Week 14, and the "Miracle in Miami" of the Dolphins' Kenyan Drake scoring an improbable game-winning touchdown against the Patriots in Week 14.



!![[AC:Week One (2019)]]

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!![[AC:Week !![[AC:NFL Week One (2019)]]



''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music ("Vesti la giubba" from Ruggero Leoncavallo's '''Pagliacci''') overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one of [[Film/AceVentura Ray Finkle's room of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia]], another from WesternAnimation/SouthPark where the Dolphins are killed by Japanese fishermen, and archive footage where the Dolphins turn the ball over to their opponents]''\\

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''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music ("Vesti la giubba" from Ruggero Leoncavallo's '''Pagliacci''') ''Pagliacci'') overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one of [[Film/AceVentura Ray Finkle's room of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia]], another from WesternAnimation/SouthPark the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Whale Whores" where the Dolphins are killed by Japanese fishermen, and archive footage where the Dolphins turn the ball over to their opponents]''\\




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* The Steelers' season gets off to a disastrous start with a 33-3 loss to, yes, the Patriots. Tree offers a teaser for the upcoming full-length evisceration of Pittsburgh's performance:
-->'''UT''': ''[over footage of the Patriots' Super Bowl LIII championship banner being unveiled]'' We now go live to Pittsburgh to gauge the fan reaction to this game and activities.\\
''[aerial shot of the former site of Three Rivers Stadium, accompanied by a very long StockScream of horror]''\\
'''Caption''': [[AC:Pittsburgh Salt Level]]\\
''[ding!]'' [[AC:Potato Patch Fry Seasoning]]\\
'''UT''': I need another video to dissect how shit the Steelers were. I want to '''die'''. That is all.


'''Sports reporter''': Multiple players got their agents on the phone after today's loss and said "Get us out of here. We want to be traded, we don't want to be part of this effort to tank for Tua Tagovailoa or whoever the Dolphins would take."\\

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'''Sports reporter''': '''Mike Florio'''[[note]]NFL analyst for NBC Sports.[[/note]]: Multiple players got their agents on the phone after today's loss and said "Get us out of here. We want to be traded, we don't want to be part of this effort to tank for Tua Tagovailoa or whoever the Dolphins would take."\\


''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one of [[Film/AceVentura Ray Finkle's room of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia]], another from WesternAnimation/SouthPark where the Dolphins are killed by Japanese fishermen, and archive footage where the Dolphins turn the ball over to their opponents]''\\

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''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music ("Vesti la giubba" from Ruggero Leoncavallo's '''Pagliacci''') overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one of [[Film/AceVentura Ray Finkle's room of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia]], another from WesternAnimation/SouthPark where the Dolphins are killed by Japanese fishermen, and archive footage where the Dolphins turn the ball over to their opponents]''\\


''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one of [[Film/AceVenturaPetDetective Ray Finkle's room of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia]], another from WesternAnimation/SouthPark where the Dolphins are killed by Japanese fishermen, and archive footage where the Dolphins turn the ball over to their opponents]''\\

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''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one of [[Film/AceVenturaPetDetective [[Film/AceVentura Ray Finkle's room of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia]], another from WesternAnimation/SouthPark where the Dolphins are killed by Japanese fishermen, and archive footage where the Dolphins turn the ball over to their opponents]''\\


''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one where a room full of Dolphins memorabilia is vandalized, another from WesternAnimation/SouthPark where the Dolphins are killed, and archive footage where the Dolphins turn the ball over to their opponents]''\\

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''[a selection of highlights from the Ravens' [[CurbStompBattle 59-10 drubbing of the Dolphins]], with classical music overlaid on the TV commentators and three clips overlaid one after another, one where a of [[Film/AceVenturaPetDetective Ray Finkle's room full of vandalized Dolphins memorabilia is vandalized, memorabilia]], another from WesternAnimation/SouthPark where the Dolphins are killed, killed by Japanese fishermen, and archive footage where the Dolphins turn the ball over to their opponents]''\\

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