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O M Garrett

Was it worth it, Brett?

Let's see what Deanna thinks about this. There she is.

I guess Hartley can be forgiven for the miss in the Tampa Bay game now. ;-)



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Perfect way to send Favre into the sunset. with an INT.

How many times will we see Archie Manning in the next two weeks?




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What the booth missed before the final Favre choking dog pick: If they hadn't thrown the flag for too many men in the huddle, they were going to have to throw the flag for unsportsmanlike conduct as Favre was attempting to call back-to-back timeouts. That would have been 15 instead of 5.
Couldn't tell from watching the game, but I wonder if Favre's wife was watching the game someplace.
Saints offense looked very flawed for most of the game. If the Vikings hold onto the ball, they win by 21.
And, after the Giants/49ers game several years ago, I was surprised after the Vikings called time-out with 19 seconds left why they didn't attempt the field goal on 3rd down in case of problems with the snap.

(edited by redsoxnation on 24.1.10 2227)
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Brett Favre's last pass for every pro team he's played for has been an interception.

Going into the last 4th qtr possession for the Vikes, they had more fumbles lost (3) than Penalties (2).

It was like watching an NBA game there for awhile.



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    Originally posted by odessasteps

    Perfect way to send Favre into the sunset. with an INT.

    How many times will we see Archie Manning in the next two weeks?



If Peterson et all stopped fumbling or if there was no CFL Imitation Favre wouldn't been in a position to throw the last interception. That said......man, that last interception was BRUTAL, and I was glad Aikman broke down why.

For the Saints, Reggie Bush is showing this playoffs why he was drafted first overall.

Now for the next prediction; the "when's CajunMan showing up to post after celebrating pool?".


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And Pierre Thomas is showing why he should've been drafted.



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This was a fantastic game, made better by the fact that the team with Brett Favre lost. And the game being lost on a boneheaded throw by Brett Favre was the only appropriate way for it to go down.

Considering Chester Taylor ran for 1,000 yards the year before Peterson arrived in Minnesota, I think the Vikings need to let Peterson know he's not valuable enough to justify putting the ball on the turf so much. He definitely wasn't as great this year as he was last year.

I'm really happy for Saints fans. Even though I wouldn't call myself a fan of any one team anymore, I still look back very fondly at the Bucs' Super Bowl run of 2002, in an almost identical story to that of the Saints: decades of futility followed by a few years of competitiveness and then it all coming together in one dream season. I bet New Orleans is going crazy right now.

Also, one former Packer QB is going to Miami: Mark Brunnell!
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I wasn't sure if Favre was ever going to go down for good in this one. With all the hits, all the turnovers but still hanging in there it was setting up to be another classic Favre comeback game.

I'm Favre'd out. I'm glad for a Favre free Super Bowl and I'm glad I don't have to root for the Colts.

The Super Bowl looks good ... on paper.
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What's STILL the smallest room in the Metrodome? The trophy room.

What do you STILL call a Viking with a Super Bowl ring? Thief.

He's not done. He's still got too much football addiction in him.

Congrats Saints.

Me, bitter? Yeah, you could say that.
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    Originally posted by El Nastio
    For the Saints, Reggie Bush is showing this playoffs why he was drafted first overall.


Only in that fantasy football commercial. Mario Williams says hi.





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    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    What the booth missed before the final Favre choking dog pick: If they hadn't thrown the flag for too many men in the huddle, they were going to have to throw the flag for unsportsmanlike conduct as Favre was attempting to call back-to-back timeouts. That would have been 15 instead of 5.


That's technically true, but Favre was only calling that time out because he saw that there were too many guys in the huddle.

I know it's the cool thing to rag on Favre, but I feel horrible for the guy. He played his ass off just like everyone else in the game and with fewer fumbles it likely wouldn't have come down to that.

Those were two AWESOME football games today. Hopefully the Super Bowl follows suit.



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    Originally posted by drjayphd
      Originally posted by El Nastio
      For the Saints, Reggie Bush is showing this playoffs why he was drafted first overall.


    Only in that fantasy football commercial. Mario Williams says hi.


Thank you for correcting me. I now have zero credibility (not that I had any to begin with).



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    Originally posted by odessasteps
    Perfect way to send Favre into the sunset. with an INT.


Assuming he rides off into the sunset. I think we've got another six months of the "Will Brett Favre Seriously Retire?" game still yet to be played. Enjoy, Minnesota.

Before the AFC title game, I saw the Sears commercial with Favre refusing to buy a TV because it was showing a green color and then taking a TV that displayed purple and gold. I don't know if that was necessarily that commercial's debut, but if it was, I think it was Favre tempting karma one time too many. He deserved the ending he wound up getting tonight.

The end of the first half was mind-boggling, with Bush fumbling the punt return, only for Peterson to fumble it right back a few plays later.

The closest game I've seen in a long time. It could have been a potential Minny blowout if they could have just held onto the ball.

One last Favre thought. If he really does retire this time, how long before Vikings fans start banging their heads over the Brad Childress extension they're now stuck with?




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I'm pretty drunk right now, so I'll just leave this for now




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    Originally posted by CRZ
    Let's see what Deanna thinks about this.


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    Originally posted by It's False
    Assuming he rides off into the sunset. I think we've got another six months of the "Will Brett Favre Seriously Retire?" game still yet to be played. Enjoy, Minnesota.


Ahh....2 years in a row a headache Packer fans no longer have to deal with, we love you Aaron Rodgers!! :)



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Anybody else remember last weekend when Favre rolled right, and threw across his body for a completion and Joe Buck and Troy Aikmen just couldn't heap enough praise on him for his strong arm, and his "determination" to make a completion in that manner?

Great game, and I called the Favre INT two plays early. BUT it was a great game to watch.

That being said "tails never fails". You call heads, you lose in the OT.





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My wife screamed so loud on the inevitable Favre pick that she woke up all 3 kids. Now to get ready for Manning Overload.

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After all the Favre drama, he falls short of another SuperBowl appearance.

Will Brett Favre retire? I won't believe until I see it (where he actually does stay home for good). As far as I know, he will be 50 and still be on the fence of retirement.

Anyway, glad to see the Saints go to the big game and especially for a team that went through so much Hell the past 4 years and here they are, one win away from being SuperBowl champs. Congrats Saints.
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    Originally posted by Packman V2
    Ahh....2 years in a row a headache Packer fans no longer have to deal with, we love you Aaron Rodgers!! :)


True. At least Rodgers had the good sense for HIS season-ending turnover at the end of a ridiculously tense game be both IN overtime AND returned for a touchdown. Well done.



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