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Best Superbowl Plays (Updated)

No one really talks about SuperBowl 34 (XXXIV). It is as if it wasn’t played or was a boring game. It was played and it was anything but boring. Tennessee Titans verses the St. Louis Rams. I think it was one of the greatest SuperBowls ever played. Steve McNair versus Kurt Warner. Neither quarterback threw an interception. Warner passed for over 400 yards and two touchdowns. McNair threw for 214 yards and ran 8 times for 64 yards. Both QB’s had great games. The Titans were trailing 23 – 16 (Update: score was corrected.) The clock was ticking. McNair marched the Titans

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Cowboys versus Giants

The Dallas Cowboys played the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week. If you had an opportunity to see the game, you saw a Dallas Cowboy team get gashed by the run. The Dallas Cowboys gave up 174 yards on the ground to the Bucs. Basically, the only reason the Dallas Cowboys won this game was that we outscored them. Once they got behind, late in the third quarter, they had to start throwing the ball. If Tampa’s pass defense had been a little more stout, the Dallas Cowboys would’ve been in real trouble. Now the Dallas Cowboys play the division champs, the

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Bush sprinting toward something

Bush has been trying to put his neo-con stamp on everything just before he walks out the door. I guess this is just like Barney marking his territory in the White House. More from Think Progress: In its “sprint to the finish,” the Bush administration is working tirelessly to enact or alter a wide array of federal regulations that would weaken government rules protecting consumers, workers, and the environment. As Rep. Nick Rahall (D-WV), chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee, told the Wall Street Journal, “This administration will stop at nothing to jam through as many reckless proposals as they can

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Errington C. Thompson, MD

Dr. Thompson is a surgeon, scholar, full-time sports fan and part-time political activist. He is active in a number of community projects and initiatives. Through medicine, he strives to improve the physical health of all he treats.


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