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That kind of slide could have destroyed Reed's kneecap and turned it into an accordion.

Or worse!

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In Brady's defense, how else are you going to defeat Kung Lao?

Goddamnit, @CockyBelichick on Twitter is saving this night for me.

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I made two predictions before this season started that were absolutely spot on. First off, Baltimore vs San Francisco in the Super Bowl. That was win #1. The other one I made, which was even crazier, was that Colin Karpernick would be starting by week 10 and that he would lead the Niners to the Super Bowl.

Hell, even a broken clock is right twice a day!

What a great Super Bowl. The best (Personal) Super Bowl match up since the Raiders played the Bucs. FINALLY! A Super Bowl match up I like!

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I really hope Pollard gets suspended for the SB. He is a dirty player and that hit was one of the dirtiest plays I've ever seen. Couple that with a history of dirty plays and I can't see how he doesn't get suspended.

Oh please. Kindly get over the fact that the beloved New England Patriots just couldn't get it done.

YESSSS!!! The Pats lose and one of my all-time favorite players, Ray Lewis, might get to go out on top!

Um....ok? I don't seem to recall you ever saying Lewis was one of your all time favourites before tonight, but whateves.

Anyway go 49ers. Rooting for a legacy team is never a bad way to go when you don't have a dog in the fight.

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Let's go Ravens! I'm so pumped. Been a Ravens fan and going to games since they moved to Baltimore in '96. I remember Super Bowl XXXV, but it was only moderately important to me at the time. Hockey was my game back then. But, now I'm excited and I am so proud of this team and all their effort. Here's to hopefully walking out of New Orleans with a victory for Baltimore!

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I really hope Pollard gets suspended for the SB. He is a dirty player and that hit was one of the dirtiest plays I've ever seen. Couple that with a history of dirty plays and I can't see how he doesn't get suspended.

Patriot fans really shouldn't go there.

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Anyway go 49ers. Rooting for a legacy team is never a bad way to go when you don't have a dog in the fight.

Given how much you argue about the fraudulence of cities keeping team history and everything...

the Ravens, by their lineage, are also kind of a legacy team. :)

In fact, both teams began play in 1946 in the AAFC. How about that, for a little anecdote that won't get much attention these next two weeks.

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Anyway go 49ers. Rooting for a legacy team is never a bad way to go when you don't have a dog in the fight.

Given how much you argue about the fraudulence of cities keeping team history and everything...

the Ravens, by their lineage, are also kind of a legacy team. :)

Haha! Good point.

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I really hope Pollard gets suspended for the SB. He is a dirty player and that hit was one of the dirtiest plays I've ever seen. Couple that with a history of dirty plays and I can't see how he doesn't get suspended.

I agree with NEW.ERA, Ridley, essentially, KO'ed himself out. All Pollard did was square up & prepared to go low, but instead Ridley dropped his head and lead with it into Pollard. Pollard just so happened to be the one he made contact with. AND if anyone should be suspended, its Jerrod Mayo. That hit was on a defenseless Dennis Pitta, and NO flag was called on NE. Yet, a Ravens or Steelers clean hit would be considered ruthless and would be immediately flagged, fined, and banned. And that Brady slide was shady. But nothing ever happens to New England, but everyone doesn't get what they want or deserve.

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I'm already tired of Ray Lewis' emotions.

Couldn't agree more. WTF was that bit he was doing after the game where he was on the ground and the breathless groupies media were in that circle around him?

He was reenacting a scene from Boogie Nights.

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Anyway go 49ers. Rooting for a legacy team is never a bad way to go when you don't have a dog in the fight.

Given how much you argue about the fraudulence of cities keeping team history and everything...

the Ravens, by their lineage, are also kind of a legacy team. :)

In fact, both teams began play in 1946 in the AAFC. How about that, for a little anecdote that won't get much attention these next two weeks.

That dosent count. Arent the Ravens considered an "expansion" team?
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Anyway go 49ers. Rooting for a legacy team is never a bad way to go when you don't have a dog in the fight.

Given how much you argue about the fraudulence of cities keeping team history and everything...

the Ravens, by their lineage, are also kind of a legacy team. :)

In fact, both teams began play in 1946 in the AAFC. How about that, for a little anecdote that won't get much attention these next two weeks.

That dosent count. Arent the Ravens considered an "expansion" team?

'twas a sort-of joke, considering the fact that I'm against the "Cleveland Deal," and so I think the Baltimore Ravens should be considered the true heirs of the original Browns' legacy.

I'm already tired of Ray Lewis' emotions.

Couldn't agree more. WTF was that bit he was doing after the game where he was on the ground and the breathless groupies media were in that circle around him?

I wonder if anyone at ESPN, Fox, NBC, CBS, or the NFL Network will mention that Ray Lewis was once the lead suspect in a double murder investigation between now and the Super Bowl?

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Anyway go 49ers. Rooting for a legacy team is never a bad way to go when you don't have a dog in the fight.

Given how much you argue about the fraudulence of cities keeping team history and everything...

the Ravens, by their lineage, are also kind of a legacy team. :)

In fact, both teams began play in 1946 in the AAFC. How about that, for a little anecdote that won't get much attention these next two weeks.

That dosent count. Arent the Ravens considered an "expansion" team?

'twas a sort-of joke, considering the fact that I'm against the "Cleveland Deal," and so I think the Baltimore Ravens should be considered the true heirs of the original Browns' legacy.

I'm already tired of Ray Lewis' emotions.

Couldn't agree more. WTF was that bit he was doing after the game where he was on the ground and the breathless groupies media were in that circle around him?

I wonder if anyone at ESPN, Fox, NBC, CBS, or the NFL Network will mention that Ray Lewis was once the lead suspect in a double murder investigation between now and the Super Bowl?

They'll be to busy slobbering over the Harbaugh Bowl storyline. I probaly try to stay away from ESPN until the Super Bowl. EDIT:Also the joke flew over my head. :upside:
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I'm already tired of Ray Lewis' emotions.

Couldn't agree more. WTF was that bit he was doing after the game where he was on the ground and the breathless groupies media were in that circle around him?

I wonder if anyone at ESPN, Fox, NBC, CBS, or the NFL Network will mention that Ray Lewis was once the lead suspect in a double murder investigation between now and the Super Bowl?

I was beginning to think that I was the only one who remembered that.

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I wonder if anyone at ESPN, Fox, NBC, CBS, or the NFL Network will mention that Ray Lewis was once the lead suspect in a double murder investigation between now and the Super Bowl?

They'll be to busy slobbering over the Harbaugh Bowl storyline. I probaly try to stay away from ESPN until the Super Bowl. EDIT:Also the joke flew over my head. :upside:

Hehe no worries.

It'll be interesting to see what the Canadian networks say about it, as they tend to spend all their hero-worshiping points on NHL players.

I'm already tired of Ray Lewis' emotions.

Couldn't agree more. WTF was that bit he was doing after the game where he was on the ground and the breathless groupies media were in that circle around him?

I wonder if anyone at ESPN, Fox, NBC, CBS, or the NFL Network will mention that Ray Lewis was once the lead suspect in a double murder investigation between now and the Super Bowl?

I was beginning to think that I was the only one who remembered that.

Ray Lewis was once under investigation for possibly killing two people, and he quotes the Bible without anyone in the mainstream media seeing the irony. Jay Cutler doesn't say hi to the guy working attendance at the parking garage at Soldier Field and is thus revealed to be the scum of humanity.

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