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Super Bowl: People, get a grip!

Marshawn Lynch

The NFL Super Bowl has become not the biggest football game of the year or even the biggest sporting event of the year. The Super Bowl is the biggest event of the year. With any big event, there seems to be mandatory goofiness. So, instead of detailed analysis of the Seattle Seahawks and/or the Denver Broncos, we are getting a blow-by-blow description of how upset the media is that we’re not listening to Marshawn Lynch wax poetically. Who cares? We should be treated to an absolute fabulous game on Sunday in which Marshawn Lynch will be a major player. I really don’t care what he has to say today or tomorrow. It’s by far more important to me what he has to say on the field on Sunday. People, let’s focus.

By |2014-01-30T21:41:44-04:00January 29th, 2014|NFL|Comments Off on Super Bowl: People, get a grip!

NFL: Super Bowl edition

It began back in August or July for some of these players. The two-a-days, the film study, weightlifting, the mental and physical preparation has come down to this day.

The New Orleans Saints versus the Indianapolis Colts. If you’d like to look at the hard numbers, Brian is giving the Colts a 52% chance of winning. I know that the smart folks are saying that Peyton Manning is just too much for the New Orleans Saints. That may be true. In spite of all the conventional wisdom, I think the New Orleans Saints will be prepared to play and will play well. Sean Payton is a great coach. All we have to do is go back and look at who the Saints had to beat this year in order to get to the Super Bowl. They destroyed the New York Giants in a game which exposed the Giants’ defense and destroyed their confidence. They dismantled the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Jets. They beat the Miami Dolphins in almost exactly the same method that the Indianapolis Colts beat the Miami Dolphins. Both teams got behind early then rallied to win in the final quarter.

I look for this to be an offensive battle with both defenses trying to make plays. Turnovers will kill whichever team commits them. New Orleans has an edge in special teams, in my opinion.

I look for this to be a 34 — 31 type game. I’m picking the Indianapolis Colts by three. I think this is going to be a great game.

By |2010-02-07T07:16:42-04:00February 7th, 2010|Sports|Comments Off on NFL: Super Bowl edition
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