Super Bowl 45

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Sun Jan 23, 2011 10:02 pm

Well its Packer's and Steeler's! Lookin forward to a super bowl party...now who to cheer for...I like the Steeler's , but I also like the Packer's! What's a girl to do?

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Wed Jan 26, 2011 10:50 pm

Well, I like Aaron Rogers, but will go with the Steelers for the win. And yes, I do feel like I am being forced to watch the Pro Bowl. :shock:
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Thu Jan 27, 2011 6:59 pm

Packers, been a fan since I was 5 years old. GO PACK !!


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Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:37 am

Not really a fan of either of these teams...but will root for the Pack...just to prove that they can win it without that PRIMADONNA---Favre !!!
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Brett Favre was a lot of things, primadonna was NOT one of them. He was the only thing they really had through many, many lean years.
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Sat Jan 29, 2011 11:50 am

Robert---Don't get me wrong, --I have always liked Favre, but his actions within the last couple years have shown his true colors...he has turned INTO a primmadonna! A shame really! Just my opinion!
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Sat Jan 29, 2011 3:14 pm

Just be thankful you don't live within six miles of the host stadium. I don't care who plays or wins, love football, but this is a joke. Everyday is something different to get ready. My daughter works on the same street the sadium is located and they are a 7 day company, they have been asked to relocate for 2 days. Luckly they can do that but not all companies have that luxury. Thought we were going to get to hear it in stereo but they have decided to not open the roof. Then at 12:00AM after the game they lift the ban for the airplanes and there flight pattern is right over our house so till about 3:00 AM we get to hear all the planes leaving. Should be a lot of fun. I'm thinking Green Bay just a guess hoping all the commericals are great. Everybody have a good day and enjoy the game.

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Sun Jan 30, 2011 2:49 pm

You don't know him well enough then because there is nothing primadonna about him.


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Sat Feb 05, 2011 12:55 am

Go STEELERS!!! Where's the party icon? Well,maybe this will do 8) :!:

The Steelers have been my #2 favorite for decades. My #1(KC)did better than expected last season but the playoffs proved too much.

I'm still living my same old 1/2-hermit life but might go to my son's for the Superbowl,my tv is a bit bigger so I might just stay home too :lol: . Also have work Monday and SB Sunday at Jesse's might cause me to wake up on his couch,or floor,or porch,or snowbank! with a wicked hangover.

Anyhow folks,enjoy SB Sunday,eat drink and be merry..Stay safe too.

GO STEELERS! 8) :!:

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Mon Feb 07, 2011 6:55 am

Bret who?...... :wink:
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Mon Feb 07, 2011 8:39 am

i'm not a football kinda guy but like to watch a good game every now and then, just sorry that ,that wasn't my idea of superbowl quality game or anything :wink:
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Mon Feb 07, 2011 10:50 am

In which parallel dimension does the CHEESE slice the STEEL? It must have leaked into this universe last night,dang those rifts in the time/space continuum anyway. :?

Congrats Packers and fans,you did it.

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Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:09 pm

bilbar25 wrote:Bret who?...... :wink:


That's Brett. Going to take way more than a SB win and MVP to erase what Favre did in those 16 years.


On same note, Brett didn't erase what Bart did.


Aaron is a good QB and can be a great one if he can bypass the concussions long enough. He will leave his own legacy in the Packers organization.

It will in no way erase what Brett did or overshadow it.


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Wed Feb 09, 2011 7:41 pm

joedirt63 wrote:,that wasn't my idea of superbowl quality game or anything :wink:
I agree. Steelers were a long way from the best game of their season. Congrats Pac Fans!!
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Wed Feb 09, 2011 8:16 pm

JD wrote:
joedirt63 wrote:,that wasn't my idea of superbowl quality game or anything :wink:
I agree. Steelers were a long way from the best game of their season. Congrats Pac Fans!!


I disagree JD. That was a veteran team with SB exp. and a veteran coach with SB experience.


Playing in game 19, all the kinks were long worked out.


Their problem was that they were overrated this year and that was a typical game by them.


Had GB receivers not dropped those 6 passes and not lost 3 def. backs, 2 for rest of the game, this would have been an absolute blowout.

However, things happen and because of it, it turned into a close game toward the end.


7 td's, 2 fg's and 56 total points for a final score with only a 6 point defeat.



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