We’re not…bitter, are we? 🙂
I’d have to say Super Bowl XLI will be intriguing because either….
a)Chicago will face Indy, in which case there will be a black head coach winning the Super Bowl.
b)Chicago faces New England in a rematch of SBXX.(no word on if there will be a remake of The Super Bowl Shuffle
c)New Orleans, long a doormat of the NFL, goes to the Super Bowl, one year after Katrina and a 3-13 record.
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have to break out the XBox for this one.
Y’know, Super Bowl XX was a traumatic experience when I was a kid. Of course, there was the Buckner thing later in the year. Still, I’d love to see that rematch.
I wouldn’t say I’m bitter. It’s more along the lines of, “We got beat, I gotta pick one of the remaining teams, and they happen to play the team that beat us.”
I loathe the idea of the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl YET AGAIN, no matter who they play. Nothing against the Pats in particular, I just hate seeing the same team year after year. This would be, what, their fourth trip in six seasons? Enough!
Saints/Colts, all the way.
Re: absolutely not!
a)Chicago will face Indy, in which case there will be a black head coach winning the Super Bowl. And why does the color of the coach’s skin matter? Funny you mention this on MLK day…
c)New Orleans, long a doormat of the NFL, goes to the Super Bowl, one year after Katrina and a 3-13 record. So? They got better. Their city was destroyed by a hurricane. What does that have to do with anything?
You may as well throw darts or flip coins to pick winners. Or root for teams you want to root for, as opposed to the team with a compelling back story. I was convinced before that you were a troll, now I know that’s true, and you’re an idiot. Go away.
Dont feel too bad, The hawks defense was stunning that day. Hasselback had so many opportunities to win the game but they did good at Soldier Stadium =)
The Saints are a pretty famous bad team. Them reaching the Super Bowl is something along the lines of the Cubs reaching the World Series. It’s huge, as far as sports goes, and people are going to be into it.
C’mon, “Loog Being Bitter After A Seawhaks Loss” is a tradition! We need it for closure. 🙂
Okay, let’s try this:
Damn you, Rex Grossman, for not stinking up the field like you were supposed to!
Like a huge weight lifting from my soul.
Any have Saints/Colts as the Super Bowl matchup before the playoffs????
What’s that? Playoffs? Don’t talk about– playoffs? You kidding me? Playoffs? I just hope we can win a game!-former Indianapolis coach Jim Mora.
as for some other teams like the Bucs…..
The second half, we just got our ass totally kicked. We couldn’t do diddley-poo offensively. We couldn’t make a first down. We couldn’t run the ball. We didn’t try to run the ball. We couldn’t complete a pass. We sucked. The second half, we sucked. We couldn’t stop the run. Every time they got the ball, they went down, and got points. We got our ass totally kicked in the second half. That’s what it boiled down to. It was a horseshit performance in the second half. Horseshit. I’m totally embarrassed. I’m totally ashamed. Coaching did a horrible job. The players did a horrible job. We got our ass kicked in that second half. It sucked. It stunk.-former New Orleans Saints coach Jim Mora.
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Indy/NO-The Jim Mora Bowl!(I’m sick of coulda, woulda, shoulda, coming close, if only….)
Re: Any have Saints/Colts as the Super Bowl matchup before the playoffs????
Could you please do the rest of us a favor and just be quiet? You’re making absolutely no sense, which is pretty much routine when it comes to your posts.
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