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Super Bowl Post Mortem?

  1. Mighty Mom profile image85
    Mighty Momposted 9 years ago

    Anyone have comments on today's Super Bowl? I thought it was a well matched and very exciting game, down to the end. Great to see Joe Namath at the end, too!

  2. gwendymom profile image78
    gwendymomposted 9 years ago

    MM, I thought it was great. What a roller coaster ride. I was just writing a hub about it, but then it took a turn towards my children and sports so I thought i'd take a break for a moment. I loved the second half of the game, it was pretty boring and one sided until then. I love a close game. I was pretty disappointed in the commercials thought this year. I had heard that because of the economy there would not be as many advertisers this year but I really didn't except it to be so few new ones.

  3. Mighty Mom profile image85
    Mighty Momposted 9 years ago

    I'm with you, G-mom. I hate a rout. My husband likes his teams to win big, big big. I much prefer close games. And this one was a real rollercoaster ride in the 2nd half. I loved that return by the Steelers' #92 (and then he needed oxygen)! And some really exciting TDs on both teams. It could have gone into OT which would have been interesting. Anyway, a great game. Even with two teams I don't care all that much about, a nicely executed game.
    Now we go into withdrawal till next season...

  4. crashcromwell profile image74
    crashcromwellposted 9 years ago

    I guess I'm not much of a pure football fan any more. If the Pats had been there, I would have been glued. These guys? I could care less.

    For me, winter is just the time between the World Series and Spring Training, so I can't wait for pitchers and catchers to report!

  5. elisabeth reid profile image63
    elisabeth reidposted 9 years ago

    Only 11 more days...I can't wait, either.  I agree...I don't really follow football very closely -- because of my job, I have to pay at least some attention to it, but I don't get terribly excited.  It fills the time between the end of October and the middle of February.  That said, last night's game was a good one -- I actually found myself enjoying the game this year. 

    Now...how 'bout them Cubbies?

    tongue

  6. Mighty Mom profile image85
    Mighty Momposted 9 years ago

    So funny. Diehard baseball fans look at winter as their dead time. Diehard football fans go into mourning in February. Although my Hubby likes both, he's definitely more of a football guy. And I agree, our teams didn't make it all the way this year. But in a way that made us able to enjoy the showmanship and sportsmanship of yesterday's game even more. Both teams played well but for different reasons. Some AWESOME running. A down to the wire ending.

    For those who are true Cubbies fans, I truly wish you luck this year. It's time!

  7. Paul Edmondson profile image
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    Paul Edmondsonposted 9 years ago

    Great 4th quarter.  I was pulling for Arizona, but that final touch down catch was great.  Definitely was an exciting game.

  8. reagu profile image74
    reaguposted 9 years ago

    The game was better than I had anticipated.  I didn't think that Pittsburgh will score on a lot of points on Arizona because they're not an offensive power.  But I didn't expect Arizona to have a pretty good shot of winning either because of Pittsburgh's defense.

  9. raiderfan profile image58
    raiderfanposted 9 years ago

    Even though the Raiders have sucked ass the last decade, I miss football already!

  10. crashcromwell profile image74
    crashcromwellposted 9 years ago

    I just received an email from someone through hubpages. When I tried to respond to the message, it turned out to be a bad email address. I found his remarks offensive, and the fact that he didn't even respond to a forum post makes him a coward. Here's what he wrote:

    randy smith weaver (rsmith1923@comcast.net)
    has sent you this message.
    (email address not verified)

    you should really get a life,first of all the pats coach is a cheater,liar,nad dirty.tom brady is a good qb but he has been hurt nad it will be forever on his mind when he get hit,many he will cry to the refs,but dont worry,he still has over the hill randy moss ,mile vrabel and cassel should thank their stars to be out of new england,they will never ever win another super bpowl,oh by the way we have been there 7 times and won only 6,ha ha ha .......

 
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