On any. given. Sunday! I love it. Not a big football fan but my best friend is married to one of the Saints so I felt personally invested this year. Who dat nation is crazy. But good for them!
Great game. The Colts were quite frankly outcoached. No shade on the brother but um... he's no Dungy.
Co-signing. Dungy would have planned for that onside kick. And he would have exploited the slot mismatch. H/T to Sean Payton and Saints, right place, right time, right team, right scheme.
Yes, I felt that Dungy would have expected the onside but who knows? Great win for the Saints.
Wait Wait Wait...THERE WAS A WIDE RECEIVER WHO HAD HIS HANDS ON THE BALL!!!!!What more do you want? You want Caldwell to CATCH IT FOR HIM TOO?Baskett was in position and shoulda smothered that idea. He's not up there for his BLOCKING. He's up there just in case. I LOVE Tony Dungy, but REALLY now? Stop.
No game could EVER live up to the hype. But the Saints did what they had to.
I'm very happy for the Saints.This goes to show everyone -- you can't discount anyone. There's never a sure winner. Teams make it to the Superbowl for a reason.I do worry about how people will find a way to blame this on Caldwell. That man had a HELL of a year for a rookie head coach, but that'll be overshadowed. Sad, since if they had one, everyone would've given all the credit to Manning.
I live in NOLA. Just got home from yesterday's party. Danced in the street with a hooker (don't judge me), bailed a homie out of jail, had breakfast at some strange woman's house in the Garden District. She flung open her doors as we were walking by and said "Breakfast!" we rolled up. She could throw down too. Now I'm going to sleep and pray it wasn't all a dream. My Saints are really world champs, right?
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