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    I feel bad for Denver fans. There isn't enough marijuana in the state to make this one go away.

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    This is just crazy. Most epic choke job by a team I can remember.
    I've never seen a complete team wide choke job on this level.

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    The big question now is: Will they score a point?

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    Seattle came out focused and theyre playing with a chip on their shoulder
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    Denver will score 7 in garbage time when Seattle isn't trying anymore
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    so do people leave the Super Bowl early to beat the traffic?

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    so do people leave the Super Bowl early to beat the traffic?
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    That play sums up this game perfectly.

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    run it up Pete Carroll, I would

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    More missed tackles on one play than points in the game (OK, that doesn't say much).

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    Manning has played an absolutely horrible game. Unfortunately for him, his team has played even worse.
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    I can't even blame this on Peyton entirely, this is a team effort
    Don't ask Marvin Harrison what he did during the bye week. "Batman never told where the Bat Cave is," he explained.

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    If that doesn't scream "soft," I don't know what does.

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    Meanwhile, the Seahawks have played it smart and executed to near perfection.
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    I'm disappointed in you Bob

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    Meanwhile, the Seahawks have played it smart and executed to near perfection.
    They've certainly 'executed' the Broncos!
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    how pissed would you be if you bought a SB commercial, and they ran it in the 4th quarter?
    (i, for one, turned off the game...)

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    If that doesn't scream "soft," I don't know what does.
    That is one of the most pathetic things I have seen in a long time. It looked like some glitch you see in madden.

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    Come on Peyton throw another pixie sixie.

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    Once Denver saw that Peyton wasn't going to be able to carry them to victory and he was going to play mediocre today, the rest of the team collectively pissed themselves
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    wow, i have never seen such an AWFUL team performance.
    i hope denver doesn't score at all and seattle puts up over 50 on them.
    denver doesn't deserve a single point.
    might as well make it interesting in the form of an all-time blowout.

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    Pressure has been an issue, but I don't think his throws look to have much zip, even when he's been clean.
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    Manning has played an absolutely horrible game. Unfortunately for him, his team has played even worse.
    And there's no way he could retire now, not that he was going to but yeah...
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    guys, this may be Peyton's last game

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