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cnalbers wrote:they are the best team in the NFL.
richardhead wrote:cnalbers wrote:they are the best team in the NFL.
I'll agree that the 2 best teams from this season are playing in the big game, but Indy is clearly the top of the class.
cnalbers wrote:What a great game. I had just got done saying to my son, "It's not right that NO should lose, they are the best team in the NFL. I hope some miracle happens..." and that was seconds before the snap on MN 3 & 15 pass play... the last play before the inevitable field goal for the win... the one that ended in a miraculous interception by NO. Wow, what a finish (unlike that boring AFC game)!
richardhead wrote:Hooked on Phonics worked for me. Just saying!!!
TomahawkChopper wrote:If it wasnt for Peterson Brett Favre would be in the Super Bowl not Dem Loser Saints .
Steve Adams wrote:I could have sworn the person who threw that interception with less than 20 seconds in regulation was white and had a big 4 on his jersey
jonp wrote:Hamartia. Brett Favre comes up a bit short of a character ...on Sunday he was brought low by hamartia all the same. It was not enough for Favre's team to reach the Super Bowl -- he had to get the credit. Game tied with 19 seconds remaining, Favre scrambled at about the New Orleans 40-yard line, with open field ahead of him. All he needed to do was run a few yards, hook-slide, call timeout, and the Vikings' strong-legged kicker, Ryan Longwell, had a solid chance to win the NFC championship. But the credit had to go to Favre; he had to throw a spectacular pass at the end, so television announcers would swoon. So he heave-hoed a dramatic across-the-field pass. It was intercepted, and the Saints won in overtime.
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Lewis wrote:The last time the Vikings lost the NFC Championship with a game-ending field goal situation, it was to the Falcons. Congratulations, Minnesota. You've lost your last two NFC Championships to the worst two franchises in NFL history.
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