Well, Boston staions interrupted their regular broadcasts this evening to let us know that Tom Brady will indeed be the starting QB at the Superbowl.
I think they should've kept quiet about it, and distributed misinformation that Brady's ankle was hurt worse than they originally thought. Then they could pull off a SHOCKING SWERVE~! when Brady came out to take the first snap. It'd confuse the crap out of the Rams, and the Pats need every advantage they can get. Of course, maybe they're doing that very thing, but in reverse.
ironcladlou, AKA Cygnet
"I am made from the dust of the stars, and the oceans flow in my veins"
Nah, you wouldn't need Montana or Young to take the snap. Give it to Brady, he's earned his loss.
For the Patriots to have any chance (Pats? I don't assign cutesy names to people that big), one guy on their defense needs to go out on the feild with a pool cue and a trash can lid, and one guy on their offense needs to get get a nasty case of crabs so nobody would want to tackle him.
So, WWF, if there was say, God forbid, a comet hitting the earth, or a nuclear holocaust, or chemical or biological attack, or a bomb, or the four horsemen of the Apolycolaspe come. All I have to do to survive is watch the WWF?
Along with old-timers Dave Robinson and Curley Culp, the five modern names chosen to join the Football Hall Of Fame were Larry Allen, Cris Carter, Jonathan Ogden, Bill Parcells and Warren Sapp. http://sports.yahoo.