It Wasn’t Pretty but it Was a Win

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Neither extortion, nor frigid cold, nor Chargers’ pass rush could stop us. Destiny was on our side tonight. 18-0 on our way as Junior Seau says to “ever.” As in the first “ever” to do this or that…

Sixth AFC championship, eleven Division championships, sixth time to the Superbowl (Superbowl XX, XXXI, XXXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX.) The first half was not great to watch, nor easy on the nerves. Halftime seemed to show some adjustment, some improvement. Like when they sent Moss out to test if it were zone or man, seeing no coverage of him, went with another open receiver… I learn something every time I watch this team play.

Love it.

Credit to the Chargers who really showed how tough they were. Who would have thought they could play without so many key players healthy? I feel for LT sitting the game out on the sidelines. They’ll do well next year though if they keep building on the direction they’re moving in.
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Green Bay suffered such a sad loss. In OT – off an INT.

I give that swamp rat Favre a lot of credit. Gutsy play (franchise record 90 yd TD to Driver) and even gutsier post-game press conference. I mean, how many times do you want the guy to say how bitterly disappointed he was? He took it like a champ, gave credit where credit was due, took blame. He really earned it tonight on the field and off. Big ups Brett. Even if you wear Wranglers.

Now we have to face the Gmen…who, let’s face it, have been playing pretty good football. Won their last ten games, they keep winning on the road too! Eli looks like he’s grown up. And they’ve done it lately w/o Shockey. Phew.

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~ by jacqueline1230 on January 22, 2008.

2 Responses to “It Wasn’t Pretty but it Was a Win”

  1. I thought the Giants looked really good last night until Eli started looking for his Mommy and Daddy at the end of the game. I love the Manning boys but that was embarrassing.

  2. It was a sweet win, wasn’t it? I want both teams in games like these to play well and then I want my team to win, and yesterday the Pats did just that.

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