Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by TitanJeff, Jan 31, 2014.
That man alone did a better job at stopping the Seahawks than the entire Bronco's defense.
Wow.. A 9/11 truther??? Over a decade late to the party, I see.
Glad this guy could enlighten us. Surely none of us have ever heard that 9/11 was an inside job 12 years ago or so.
LOL....that puts a punctuation point on the New York "experience" for this game. 90 minutes to board a train, people passing out at the train station, the whole world gasping for a week about the potential for.....shriek!!....20 degree weather and snow for a football game, only to have a late October weather day (in the Midwest, anyway), etc....etc....
I was in that boat too. After having worn out the mantra "Peyton Manning always chokes in the big game" from the time I first watched him choke against the Gators back in 96 (didn't he throw something like 5 interceptions in the first half of that game or something?), I was actually hopeful that his recovery from the neck injury had cleared him of this problem....oh how I was wrong.
That said, he had plenty of help. The Thomas "bread loaf" fumble, the atrocious kickoff coverage by the ST during that pop up kick turned into TD, and the D's attempt to imitate a pin ball machine during the Kearse TD catch were just plain painful to watch. It looked to me like the Broncos quit after the Harvin kickoff return.
I hate to admit this, but after the Kearse TD I looked at the clock (8 PM central time), and looked at my wife (who is not a football fan), then, realizing that a new episode of "Shameless" was about to begin, switched the channel to Showtime. First time in my adult life that I turned off a Super Bowl game before the final gun sounded. It was that bad IMO.
Kudos to the Seahawks though....they are really tough, and may be that way for a while.
Commercials are getting less funny/entertaining every year.
Needs more movie trailers these days.
The question now is how many players will be, can be, looted off either team?
Eli the ape is flawless. 7 straight correct picks.
I think he just hates dark colors.
I hate the (not) funny super bowl ads every year.. but these BS pandering to the troops, cancer funding, charitable deeds commercials really grate on me.. Anyone with a brain realizes that these companies are just trying to boost their image by associating themselves with these things.. and they are USING these things for their companies' benefit.
+1 on the silly false patriotism from an organization that shirks taxes. Corporate welfare tax dodgers to the max.
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