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Monday, January 22, 2007

Super Bowl XLI

Who do you think will win, Da Bears? Da Bears! Or Da Colts? Da Colts.

I think you have Da Colts, with their stellar quarterback, and despite a messed up thumb, will be healed in time for Da Bowl. Expect Manning to do some good stuff. But, do not rule out Chicago. Chicago who was odds on favorite to lose to Nawlins yesterday, but showed themselves better and Nawlins showing themselves crumbling apart. So close, but not close enough for Reggie Bush.

It will be a close Super Bowl, no doubt.

No betting pools starting hear, just talk football, as after Feb 4, there will be jack about Football til April's NFL Draft, and August when pre-season and college start back up. Til then, it will be like wandering the Wilderness in The Sinai for 40 years.......

At the very least, the commercials could be funny this year. We hope.

7 Comments:

  • At 1:32 PM, Blogger Mooneyguy said…

    This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

     
  • At 3:28 PM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Unlike some twits, I ain't totally consumed with bitterness. Sometimes even death takes a holiday. By the way, f-ck off moron.

    2008 is going to be a nightmare when you twits put Hillary in as your golden girl.

    Boy, you suck. And no e-mail or site, so no one can respond to you. Typical nameless coward that you are.

     
  • At 11:07 PM, Blogger Marshall Art said…

    You should leave the twits posted for a couple of days so we get to point and laugh. I know this ain't the Museum, put highlighting a jerkwad can be good comedy. It works with cartooney-guy.

     
  • At 5:36 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    OK, well, when moron posts again, we'll leave it up. I just hate leaving crap all over the place. That's all.

     
  • At 5:43 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    I can't help it that he's not man enough to see that real Americans take a break from politics and enjoy man's sports! Real sports!

    Bet moonshine doesn't watch sports. Probably got picked last at dodgeball all the time. Pussy.

     
  • At 9:28 PM, Blogger Marshall Art said…

    Probably didn't get picked at all. Most likely they just nailed him repeatedly until he left. If so, that would explain a lot and put him in a different classification. Might not be able to rag on him then. Couldn't do it. Better he stays the arrogant, self-absorbed idiot he appears to be now.

    But to the original point:

    I think if da Bearss blitz a lot, Manning will pick them apart. Blitzing plays right into his hands and gives him the opportunity to do what he does best. The Bear front four will have to do the lion's share of putting pressure on Manning. With two weeks to prepare, they will need a twist or two to their defensive scheme without trying to get too clever. Just a little something that they wouldn't be expecting. The Colt D has been better of late, but the Bears have relied on their defense for a couple of years. They miss Tommy Harris since his injury early in the year, but they seem to make the big plays when necessary. Certainly giving them too many opportunities to do so is suicide because they will make plays. Both teams have absolutely excellent kickers, so if it's a defensive game, it will come down to who misses first. Beyond that, the Bears special teams are the best in the NFL and Devon Hester scares the crap out of everyone. He only needs the slightest of openings and he's in TD City. Thus, the most important aspect of this game will whether Rex Grossman plays or Wrecks Grossman plays. If it's Rex, Bears win.

     
  • At 12:28 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    real Americans take a break from politics and enjoy man's sports! Real sports!

    I think it's pretty hard to watch a sport in this country and not still be consumed by politics - don't you?

    ...American football is at the top of that ladder I might add.

     

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