vs. This is it people, ENDGAME! The Bears overcame the Saints yesterday afternoon, playing the villain to an America that needed New Orleans to keep winning so that people would remember the hurricane. The Colts and Pats game was much closer, though not for the historically accepted reason that Peyton screws up in big games. He did have an interception returned for a touchdown, but who was that dropping passes back there? MARVIN HARRISON! I know no one else remembers this, but Marvin had well-thrown passes bouncing off his hands when the Colts and Pats played Sept. 9, 2004 as well. How's that for citing precedent! Bottom line: Peyton is the best QB currently playing the game (yes, even better than Carson) and hating on him is like saying "I hated the way Michael Jordan was... always.... good."
Its the Ravens superbowl all over again. Defence wins champion ships. The colts couldn't move the ball VS NewEngland so how could they against the best defence in the league. The BEARS will use the same formula that the Ravens did and run the ball and punt with the very rare pass when no one and I mean no one in the building is looking for a pass. The Colts will only see the ball about 7 times in the entire game and won't score more than a field goal because the bears will force turnovers and run out the clock keeping P Manning + Marven Harrison on the bench.
Gross, man! Despite a soul-crushing kickoff return by the Bears' Devon Hester to start the game, the Indinapolis Colts beat their opponents at their own game -- defense and ground attack -- to claim victory in Super Bowl XLI. I, for one, could only be happier if the Bengals were holding that trophy, but my second favorite team will do. Peyton, I love ya, but I say split the MVP honors with Joseph Addai, Dominic Rhodes, and Bob Sanders.