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    Two flies one pitcher. Minus the crap eating. obregon562's Avatar
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    yeah, Miami in...7_...2 i think? ? ?

    I was honestly disappointed, but not sad. I wanted to see history...but oh well...no big deal...
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    Two flies one pitcher. Minus the crap eating. obregon562's Avatar
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    Nah Bucky! They did...with 1 second left! They left after that, the game had ended for all intesive purposes...but still, why not do it again?
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    Yeah obregon your right '72 dolphins.

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    Time for COOPER Manning (the eldest brother) to win a Superbowl - and against Brady at that! heh heh...

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    Football is a waste of time. I don't mind the game but when it's televised... (though, I'd rather not play the game either) I hate the Superbowl (I was born when it was going on lmao), my step-dad keeps roaring like all Super-Bowl watchers (that I'VE seen) I see whenever the team they're rooting for gets points or if the other team does. I think when people watch Football in general their IQ drops below that of a caveman from what I've seen lmao, a bar full of people watching Football is terrible. Well, anyways, yippee to the New York Giants for throwing a ball and smacking into other people and falling over more times than the other guys.
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    NICK,NICK,NICK!!!!! Indians....... likeAstone76's Avatar
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    This was a game for the ages. All season you have heard nothing but Patriots going unbeaten, Cowboys Tony Romo, Green Bay Brett Favre, blah, blah blah.

    The Giants, a fifth seed, a wild card team, the underdogs, go out and beat all them. I think that's pretty cool, and is not a waste of time by a long shot. I for one enjoyed the game very much and might even be a little hoarse from yelling at the tv. I know I'm popping tagament like tic-tac's on account of the cheese dip.

    If watching a game once a year gives me the IQ of a caveman, then I guess sign me up for a GIECO comercial.

    WAY TO GO G-MEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Here's to the first of the of the day fellas!! To old, D.H. Lawrence!!!!

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    YES!!!!

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    I was surprised they cleared the field to make Eli Manning lose a yard on one last play after the Patriots gave up. I'm pretty sure I've seen the last few seconds run off the clock without a play in college football. Was the network able to squeeze in another 3 million dollar commercial? I can't remember any. But an announcer did say there's an NFL rule that a play has to be run to kill the final seconds. That seems unnecessary if the opposing team has already gone over to shake hands and say good game. But like all gambling enterprises, the NFL has a lot of rules to keep gamblers from questioning the results.
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