That was entertaining! At least most of them got it right! hahaha
Passion, Pride, Playoffs, Pacers
I wonder how many people thought the Patriots would beat the Rams, or the Giants would beat the Patriots before it happened. . . and then all of a sudden looked like geniuses when they were proven right.
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“That’s one thing where I wish they would have handled better was the situation with Roy,” West said. “I’ll be honest with you, that bothered me a little bit, and I told Roy that. I’m the type of guy who feels like we’re all in this fight together and I’m not designed in that way to put it all on one guy. That did rub me the wrong way. That threw me off. I started reading some of that stuff, I started thinking, ‘Whoaa.’ I just didn’t feel good about that. I told Roy that it bothered me, that he’s still my teammate"
David West on leaving the Pacers
A couple of them, 1) Kobe said Peyton is the best of all time already. Wow. 2) Hulk Hogan picks the Saints, and that's fine, but 35-6? Really? He's never watched a football game in his life, I think.
-- Steve --
I personally thought the Giants would beat the Pats because I knew they'd never win an SB with Junior Seau on their team. Dude is the Karl Malone of the NFL.
The Rams/Pats actually was a surprise I wanted the Rams to win too.
That being said if the Saints win its not that huge of an upset they also were the #1 seed in their conference and were undefeated almost as long as we were.
This is no walkover superbowl. The saints pretty much as good as we are. If their offense gets hot and we can't stop them from the endzone, then that's trouble, and it's very possible that they can do this. And if their defense gets more than 2 TOs, then that's trouble. Nothing is guaranteed, but I certainly hope we can pull it out.
Don't ask Marvin Harrison what he did during the bye week. "Batman never told where the Bat Cave is," he explained.