Did Mike Holmgren graduate from the Denny Green school of clock management? They wasted a sure field goal at the end of the first half and any chance they had to come back at the end of the game. Absolutely pathetic. If I was a Seahawks fan I'd be wearing a bag over my head right about now.
Wasn't it nice of the local nursing home to put together a group of senior citizens to perform the halftime show?
Back to the Seahawks--I've never seen a team try so hard to give a game away since the '98 NFC Championship game. Smells like Black Sox Part 2 to me. Say it ain't so, Matt!
Did you know that Detroit is Jerome Bettis's home town??? I had no idea.
No, I don't care which commercial was the best.
Do Seattlites realize they have an NFL team or not? Your team makes it to the Super Bowl for the first time in it's mediocre existence and you only fill 10% of the stadium with you own fans? I realize it's a long trip to Detroit from Seattle but you had two weeks to get there. Once again, get out the paper bags.
I'm very happy for the Steelers. I like Cowher, Bettis, Roethlisberger, Ward, Randall El, Rooney, Palamalu, Lebeau, and everyone else on that team. It's not often you get to see such a likeable team win it all.
I'm tired of hearing people say it wasn't that good of a game just because it didn't come down to the last play. What do you want, triple-overtime every year? The game may not come down to the last play but the season always comes down to the last game (unless the Bills are in it) and this one was pretty good despite the fact that the Seahawks tried so hard to give it away.
The Seahawks need to go back to the old uniforms.
It's very weird seeing two AFC teams in the Super Bowl. Although Seattle originally started in the NFC in 1976, and Pittsburgh was originally an NFL team but moved to the AFC after the merger so it's kind of like two NFC teams. Either way it was weird.
I wonder if I will ever see the Vikings in the Super Bowl. Sigh. I was three months old the last time the Vikes were in it. I remember it like it was yesterday. Well, not really, but my dad says I watched it. I think my first words were, "Hey Tarkenton, I could throw a better pass than that!"
It sure is a lot more comfortable watching the game from my own recliner than from a Jacksonville hotel room.
Okay, that's enough football for now. I've got a big fat theological issue to address tomorrow. Here's a hint: it rhymes with Dupralapsarianism.