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Old 02-03-2010, 08:37 PM   #31
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Re: Super Bowl XLIV

The only thing I am worried about is the officiating. Last few SB's have had too many yellow flags that killed off momentum of the eventual loser. Let the players play the game, unless it is really flagrant, backoff from the nit picky holding calls.
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Old 02-03-2010, 08:50 PM   #32
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The only thing I am worried about is the officiating. Last few SB's have had too many yellow flags that killed off momentum of the eventual loser. Let the players play the game, unless it is really flagrant, backoff from the nit picky holding calls.
I am worried about it as well, I'm sure they will call anything around Peyton after Favre last week and Grilliams words this week. I really hope they let these guys play and not a flag fest.
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Old 02-04-2010, 08:03 AM   #33
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I'll honestly be happy with either team winning. I'd love to see Manning win another and obviously New Orleans is a great story for many reasons. I'll probably find myself rooting for whoever has the ball. I just have a feeling about the Saints though.
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Old 02-04-2010, 08:11 AM   #34
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Jim Sorgi already has his ring, it's time for Brunell to get one. Plus it would be kind of cool to see Lombardi's grandson (Joe-Saints QB coach) hoisting the Lombardi

But I think I'm going to be rooting for the Colts. I see a Peyton led 4th Qtr comeback and Indy wins 27-21

Chargers fans must be just thrilled by the way, Eli wins a Super Bowl and now Brees is now one game away
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Old 02-04-2010, 08:12 AM   #35
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Payton = Poetry in motion.

However I'm rooting for the underdog. Saints haven't won a SB. Lastly although I think Payton is an awsome QB I can't stand all the man crush for him and his family from the media. It reminds me of all the Dallas media crush.
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Old 02-04-2010, 12:38 PM   #36
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If you decide to come to N.O. PM me, I'll give you some pointers on where the best places to go SB Sunday.
The regulars that I tailgate with here, (New Orleans), are having a SB party at a downtown Bar-Restaurant we rented out. $25 a person, 150 people max. Kegs of Abita amber, and Coors light, plenty of food, and wine included. Cash bar for liquor. Party starts at noon, and the bar is located along the Mardi Gras parade route downtown. Parade stand tickets are included in the $25, and the stands are located out front of the establishment. There are 2 parades rolling Sunday starting at noon.
If the Saints win, which I believe they will by more than a touchdown, We will all probably start our own impromptu second line parade to the French Quarter!!
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Jim Sorgi already has his ring, it's time for Brunell to get one. Plus it would be kind of cool to see Lombardi's grandson (Joe-Saints QB coach) hoisting the Lombardi

But I think I'm going to be rooting for the Colts. I see a Peyton led 4th Qtr comeback and Indy wins 27-21

Chargers fans must be just thrilled by the way, Eli wins a Super Bowl and now Brees is now one game away
why?
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Old 02-04-2010, 05:48 PM   #39
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why?
Well Brunell has been a well respected QB with a strong career for the past 15years...but really I was just trying to make a joke. Which apparently didn't go over well, I thought the Jim Sorgi has a ring set up was the give away.
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Well Brunell has been a well respected QB with a strong career for the past 15years...but really I was just trying to make a joke. Which apparently didn't go over well, I thought the Jim Sorgi has a ring set up was the give away.
yeah i got you, i just heard a bunch of people calling in saying they would like to see brunell get a ring on the radio today and really didn't understand why anybody would think that.

i can somewhat understand the people that say they want to see gregg williams get a ring, but i could honestly care less, he was a good guy here, but he isn't in the burgundy and gold anymore so...

if it was a life long redskin who never got a ring who was coaching, like chris samuels may be doing in the next few years then i could get behind the whole "i'd like to see him get a ring" bandwagon
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Old 02-04-2010, 06:02 PM   #41
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Super Bowl fact of day: The Bucs have the record for most defensive TDs scored in a super bowl (3). That is more defensive TDs than the Redskins have scored in the last four seasons. Combined.

Just out of curiosity, can anyone name the last 5 Redskins defenders to score? If you have to look it up, I won't blame you.

HINT #1: Two of the five are still Redskins.

HINT #2: Three of the five were not defensive backs.
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Old 02-04-2010, 06:05 PM   #42
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Brunell had PLENTY of opportunities to get a ring, u know, when he was a STARTER. In both Jacksonville AND with the Redskins. Who cares if he gets one now? Both teams are deserving but Peyton is the man. I agree there is a man crush out there on him, but he ACTUALLY deserves it. Dallas NEVER did.
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Old 02-04-2010, 07:08 PM   #43
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Super Bowl fact of day: The Bucs have the record for most defensive TDs scored in a super bowl (3). That is more defensive TDs than the Redskins have scored in the last four seasons. Combined.

Just out of curiosity, can anyone name the last 5 Redskins defenders to score? If you have to look it up, I won't blame you.

HINT #1: Two of the five are still Redskins.

HINT #2: Three of the five were not defensive backs.
That is one sad fact of the day. I'm going to try to guess without looking it up.

London Fletcher and.........Carlos Rogers-Marcus Washington-Sean Taylor-D. Evans?
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ill be pullin for the saints even thoo im a big fan of peyton.

me and the lady were going to go down to NO, man that place would probably be the funnest place in the world sunday night (if they win). ive always wanted to be somewhere where that place was THEY place to be for that moment, hour evening.

bourbon street during and right after a saints superbowl win? forgetaboutit
You can have fun rooting for which ever team has the ball, either way you won't be disappointed with the outcome. It break's my heart to see any team hoist the Lombardi that's not called the Redskins.
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Old 02-04-2010, 08:34 PM   #45
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Just out of curiosity, can anyone name the last 5 Redskins defenders to score? If you have to look it up, I won't blame you.

HINT #1: Two of the five are still Redskins.

HINT #2: Three of the five were not defensive backs.
Sean Taylor, LeMar Marshall, Marcus Washington, and the current players re London Fletcher and um maybe Carlos Rogers?
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