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Demaryus Thomas, you almost wonder whether he's in debt to some mobsters.

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This is Tampa-Oakland revisited :rofl:

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That awesome moment when the empty Thomas TD bones the bartender outta $600 in the boxes (and you love it cause he never discounts drinks for anyone :P )

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Who wins MVP Wilson hasn't done anything to warrant it. Lynch? Or Kearse

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the defensive guy who has the two turnovers probably, I'm having too much fun to track names :lol:

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Chancellor probably.

the defensive guy who has the two turnovers probably, I'm having too much fun to track names :lol:

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Denver's defense really sucks. How many lazy, missed tackles can you have in one game?

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Who wins MVP Wilson hasn't done anything to warrant it. Lynch? Or Kearse

Harvin

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It's over gratz to any seagawk fans out there. You'll us niners after you,next year!

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All told, that might've been the worst Super Bowl ever. Even the commercials sucked.

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All told, that might've been the worst Super Bowl ever. Even the commercials sucked.

My wife's commercial during the puppy bowl was better than anything in the Super Bowl, except maybe the Radio Shack one. You'll have to guess which one was hers. A hint, Sherry Ross would have liked it.

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Yes. But Peyton isn't a piece of garbage slime ball like Pete Carroll.

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Part of me had a huge problem with the way they were trying to roll it up late, throwing the ball with two minutes left, going for it on fourth down...but with the way Denver just LAID DOWN I really have no sympathy for them either.  Good christ, even the Jets would be more competitive than that or at least Rex's defense would.

Malcolm smith mvp

 

I thought it should have been Harvin myself...but it probably seems more fitting if it goes to someone on the defense and defenders never usually get it anyway so whatever.

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I am stunned. I can't believe how badly Denver got outplayed. I never saw it coming.

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Happy for the people of Seattle, they are some of the best sports fans in the country.

 

All told, that might've been the worst Super Bowl ever. Even the commercials sucked.

Yep, pretty much a waste of time...don't even get me started on Bruno Mars. :argh:

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All told, that might've been the worst Super Bowl ever. Even the commercials sucked.

No argument from me. Denver had to be the worst prepared team ever to play in a Super Bowl.

And the ads sucked too. Only the Radio Shack ad was memorable.

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I am stunned. I can't believe how badly Denver got outplayed. I never saw it coming.

 

Time and time again these "high powered" offenses get shutdown come playoff time.  I've seen it happen for years with the Patriot offense.  I didn't think the Broncos would get held to single digits, but I wasn't that surprised to see them get stifled.  The Broncos are basically the Patriots West of the past several seasons...they can beat up on a lot of bad to mediocre Ds in the regular season (which covers up for their own bad to mediocre Ds), but put them up against a truly GOOD defense and a solid gameplan and the Pats and the Broncos suddenly look very vulnerable.  Everyone gets sucked in by the run-it-up big numbers (I used to, but I don't anymore), but it's a lot tougher when you're not going up Ds that have almost chance to shut you down.  BB should really take a good long look at what Seattle does on D.  Not saying he should try to emulate it exactly (not like personnel like Seattle's just falls from the sky), but enough with "bend but don't break".  It is possible to dominate and not hope to hold opponents to field goals or hope they make a mistake that leads to a turnover.

 

One thing for sure:  if the Pats had faced the Seahawks in the Super Bowl, I think the results probably would've been similar.  Pats probably would've lost by 30 or so.      

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I somehow think it would have been closer, I've never seen the Pats get flat-out embarassed the way the Broncos did yesterday (or the way Peyton did against the Jets in the '01 Wild Card game), but yesterday did bring to mind the whole AFC/NFC dynamic of the late '80's where the NFC Championship is the real Super Bowl.

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I somehow think it would have been closer, I've never seen the Pats get flat-out embarassed the way the Broncos did yesterday (or the way Peyton did against the Jets in the '01 Wild Card game), but yesterday did bring to mind the whole AFC/NFC dynamic of the late '80's where the NFC Championship is the real Super Bowl.

 

They've had some tough playoff losses.  Baltimore lit them up pretty good in that WC game and last season, and in NE no less. 

 

Pats' O-line didn't have a great year, not many offensive weapons at the moment...and their D is shaky.   

 

I think the Pats would've scored 10-14 points, but I also think they would've given up over 40.  That would've been an awful matchup for the Patriots.   

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I had pick Seatle, and was rooting for them ( tired of all teh Peyton hype, he's great, but definitely not the best ever).

 

Never expected Seatle to steam roll like that, but it wa fun

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