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Old 02-07-2010, 07:58 PM
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Super Bowl XLIV

As much as I hate to say it, congrats to the Saints. I was pullin' for the Colts but just wasn't meant to be. What are your guys take on the game?
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Old 02-07-2010, 08:00 PM
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Good game over all. Not alot of penalties and the refs didn't blow any calls.
Glad the Saints won it.
Not looking forward to the Katrina dribble for next week though.
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Im pissed, I love the colts! Should have recovered onside kick, some dropped balls that should have been cuaght, peytons bad pass that was intercepted.

Atleast we saw that Addi can run the ball against one team!

Not saying we should have one, it should have been closer.
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Im pissed, I love the colts! Should have recovered onside kick, some dropped balls that should have been cuaght, peytons bad pass that was intercepted.

Atleast we saw that Addi can run the ball against one team!

Not saying we should have one, it should have been closer.
Would have been nice to recover, but who in their right mind would have been expecting an onside kick at the beginning of a half? Crazy call, but worked out for the Saints.
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I think the Saints coming out with an on-side kick to start the second half took the Colts off gaurd.

I actually think that the Saints came out and played a great game. They dominated the stat boards. If they would have lost it would have been because they beat there selves. Not that they got beaten by the Colts.

Also I am glad the coach challenged the conversion. It was very clear in the replay before the commercial break that the pass was completed and it was a good 2 point conversion.
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I think the Saints coming out with an on-side kick to start the second half took the Colts off gaurd.

I actually think that the Saints came out and played a great game. They dominated the stat boards. If they would have lost it would have been because they beat there selves. Not that they got beaten by the Colts.

Also I am glad the coach challenged the conversion. It was very clear in the replay before the commercial break that the pass was completed and it was a good 2 point conversion.
to the challange
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Old 02-07-2010, 08:53 PM
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colts outplayed the saints in the first quarter hands down... both teams played equally in the second quarter. second half belonged to the saints.... colts handed them the win with the interception. overall it became a good gave in the second half.
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Officials did a great job! They are human and wont catch everything the first time until they can see it in slow motion like we get to.

The colts had 2 weeks to plan for the saints. Obviously they didn't do enough research because the onside kick is exactly the type of play calls that Sean Payton does.

Congrats to New Orleans!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Very Well Played all around
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Old 02-07-2010, 10:31 PM
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crazy game!! i was afraid of a boring super bowl based on most of the first half but the closer it got to halftime the better it got. turned out to be a really good game
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WHO DAT BABY? Folks down here are going crazy. Fireworks, screaming, celebrating its awesome. If I wasn't at work I'd be on Bourbon right now!!!! I knew if we kept it close we would have a chance. Our team has played better in the second half all year especially in the 4th quarter. I like the Colts when the Saints aren't playing them but all week long its been Manning this and Manning that with how he's so great. Look at the stats since Drew has come back from his injury and joined the saints.. since 96 nobody has been better throwing the ball. NFL record 70.6 completion pct. WHO DAT? Not this year.
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