Yinz Luv 'Da Stillers: AFC Championship Edition

We are going to the Bowl that is Super. BBQ at Jerry's house!

Check out this unreal video by the Yinz Luv 'Da Stillers crew. I think we can all relate to their emotions. After watching the AFC Championship game, I felt like I played a series or two. Complete exhaustion.

When Santonio caught the 45-yard bomb, I snapped the recliner back in such Cutler-faced disgust that I nearly tore my ACL.

But as Yinz Luv points out, the Steelers have always loved to make us nervous, even in the Steel Curtain era:

Rashard Boyz II Mendenhall needs to steal Jim's touchdown dance.

Also, I thought this was a nice visual metaphor for Rex Ryan's season. Take it away, Rex:

 

Want more from Jim and Yinz Luv? Follow the show on Twitter @YinzLuv

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