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    Re: The Super Bowl Thread

    I didn't think GB could muster any semblance of a run game but because they can, the Steelers have their work cut out for them now.

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    Re: The Super Bowl Thread

    I wonder if Disney is getting a kickback for the Tron inspired Half-Time show.

    Oh well, it gives me time to get online rewatch commercials I like.

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    Re: The Super Bowl Thread

    Packers won 31 to 25.

    At least the game wasn't boring.

    As a Bears fan, I'm not happy that the Packers won, but I'll get over it. Now let the football knowledgeable discuss the finer points of the game.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbaraann View Post
    Packers won 31 to 25.

    At least the game wasn't boring.

    As a Bears fan, I'm not happy that the Packers won, but I'll get over it. Now let the football knowledgeable discuss the finer points of the game.
    Definitely NOT boring. I think the Steelers played a good game and gave the Packers a good run. And all that on top of the 3 turnovers the Steelers did, I definitely say not a bad game. Granted the Steelers may have won the SuperBowl if they didn't make 3 turnovers......who knows.

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    Re: The Super Bowl Thread

    Aaron Rodgers, is the MVP. That's hardly a surprise.


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    Re: The Super Bowl Thread

    I actually thought the game was a little boring ... the commercials weren't that great (too may car commercials). And I REALLY expected more of a drive out of the Steelers on that last drive.

    It was a fun game, not the worst, but I honestly never really thought the Steelers were going to make the comeback.


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    Re: The Super Bowl Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    It was a fun game, not the worst, but I honestly never really thought the Steelers were going to make the comeback.
    For a second there, I thought they were, but fortunately the Packers' defense decided to start playing again!
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    Re: The Super Bowl Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbaraann View Post
    Aaron Rodgers, is the MVP. That's hardly a surprise.
    Very happy for that kid. Defiantly a very entertaining game. The Halftime show though...ehh. And please tell me it was just my imagination that I saw Cameron Diaz hand-feed Alex Rodriguez his nachos *gag*


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    Re: The Super Bowl Thread

    It was a pretty awesome game. So much defensive pressure on each QB the whole game long. Most unexpected was the ramrod Rashard Mendenhall getting the ball knocked out of his hands. I think he'll have a fine career even with this minor mark on his résumé.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sediment View Post
    It was a pretty awesome game. So much defensive pressure on each QB the whole game long. Most unexpected was the ramrod Rashard Mendenhall getting the ball knocked out of his hands. I think he'll have a fine career even with this minor mark on his résumé.
    I honestly expected the game to be a LOT more hard-hitting than it was.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TCadillac View Post
    Dallas sure is an awful place for the SuperBowl this year. I read seven people have been injured by falling snow from the roof of the dome! Two in critical condition!
    I live in Dallas, and it's always exciting having a big game here, but maybe we should just stop. Last year, it was the NBA All Star Game and this year the Super Bowl and we get hit with ice storms both times.

    We never usually get hit that bad, just when we're on a national stage, I guess. My wife's a teacher and both she and the kids had schools closed for four days, which never happens. My work opened late and the roads were awful, but I just stayed on the main roads and drove slow and it was fine. We had more snow yesterday, and it's in the low 30s today, but will be in the 60s by the weekend and hit 70s next week. That's more likely than what we had.

    But between the ice issues, which they couldn't really have controlled, and the seating fiasco, which they most definitely should have controlled, it was a crazy week!

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    I love how much play Clay Matthews is getting. He's the next Troy Polamalu.
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