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Post by Bryan Russell/Ink » January 17th, 2010, 9:11 pm

That must've stung...
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Post by rose » January 17th, 2010, 9:42 pm

No doubt, Ink. I would say I'm sorry, Lisa, but you would know it was a lie. How about if I just say that as a former SD resident and Charger season ticket holder, I feel your pain? It was one of those games that could easily have gone the other way, and looked like it would for most of the first half. I can't believe the Jets are still rolling.

Somebody, pinch me please! On second thought, if I am dreaming, don't wake me until after the Super Bowl.

Bring on the Colts...
and go Jets!

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Post by rose » January 24th, 2010, 1:26 pm

What, no smack talk? Go Jets!

Tzalaran, we will know by the end of the day whether or not the Bucs curse holds. Go Saints!

Have a happy football Sunday, fans. Except for you, Knight+tour. <g>

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Post by rose » January 24th, 2010, 9:41 pm

Good game, Knight_Tour! Congratulations! Peyton poured on the Manning magic in the second half, but I'll bet we had you worried there for a while.

On the bright side, My hub, the Bronx Italian, won't be listening to NY sports radio all week and I won't have to hear "ground and pound" five hundred more times between now and the SuperBowl!

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Post by Bryan Russell/Ink » January 24th, 2010, 10:30 pm

Okay, that was a hard way for my Vikings to lose. Can I just tape over the memory of that field goal?
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Post by Tzalaran » January 24th, 2010, 10:33 pm

rose wrote: Tzalaran, we will know by the end of the day whether or not the Bucs curse holds. Go Saints!
The Bucco Bruce curse could still hold up, and from what i saw today the Saints won't beat the Colts.

Our local channels have been out for over a month, so i didn't get to watch any of the playoff games until halftime of the Jets/Colts game today. Some really good football and i was glad to watch as a fan of the game. NFC championship was one of the best in memory (at least back to the Bucs Eagles for me).
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Post by knight_tour » January 25th, 2010, 4:18 am

rose wrote:Good game, Knight_Tour! Congratulations! Peyton poured on the Manning magic in the second half, but I'll bet we had you worried there for a while.

On the bright side, My hub, the Bronx Italian, won't be listening to NY sports radio all week and I won't have to hear "ground and pound" five hundred more times between now and the SuperBowl!

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Thanks. Your defense is tough, so if Peyton had been off his game...

Anyhow, though I am glad to be going to the Superbowl, I still would have been happier if we had attempted a perfect season.

The Saints looked sort of ho-hum today to me. I hope the Colts play as well against them as we did these past two weeks.

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Post by rose » January 31st, 2010, 4:43 pm

Sorry, Ink. I didn't watch the game,but I heard it should have gone the other way.

Knight, I now have to flip leagues and cheer for the Saints. Otherwise my Gulf Coast relatives will disown me. So....here's to a memorable Superbowl, however it goes.

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Post by Bryan Russell/Ink » February 1st, 2010, 9:48 am

Rose,

Well, it seemed like we were the better team... but we turned the ball over. A lot. That's football, I guess.
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Post by knight_tour » February 1st, 2010, 2:34 pm

Ack, I suddenly had to fly to London, so now I need to find a good place to watch the big game...

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