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On Sunday evening, the New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts in a fantastic Super Bowl worthy of historical recognition. Drew Brees played an exceptional game, out-dueling Peyton Manning and writing his name into the record books of the NFL. But as a Cubs fan, it just doesn’t get much worse… Consider, if you will,... Read more »
One of the great things about the Super Bowl every year is the wonderful commercials. From talking babies talking about investments to fat guys telling people they’re not “living the High Life,” there have been many years that the commercials save the game. The other great part of the Super Bowl is the prop... Read more »
On Friday afternoon, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner told the world that his career as an NFL quarterback has come to an end. And, with all due (lack of) respect to Brett Favre, I believe this guy when he says he’s done. But does Warner belong in the Hall of Fame? Let the debate begin!... Read more »
Sunday gave football fans an AFC Championship game that ended as expected, with Peyton Manning and his veteran Indianapolis Colts running away from the New York Jets. Sunday also gave football fans a legendary NFC Championship game, filled with big plays, bad plays, turnovers and eventually tears as the New Orleans Saints eliminated the... Read more »
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