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Post Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 10:35 pm 
 

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Just walked past the American Chamber of Commerce having a superbowl party at Crown Casino.   All I could hear was loud American voices yelling and screaming.  Somethings never change  :lol:


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Post Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 10:40 pm 
 

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And no listening to Bears fans screaming they are the greatest team in football history....at least until next year.

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Post Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 10:44 pm 
 

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And no listening to Bears fans screaming they are the greatest team in football history....at least until next year.

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Indeed

Only 1 point off on both scores from a contest at work, so not sure if I'll win or not :)

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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:37 am 
 

I think it is a real shame that the much maligned Indy defense was not awarded the MVP. They deserved it. They played one the most dominating games I have seen in recent years.

Look at the time of possession: The Indy offense was on the field roughly 20 minutes to 10 in the first half. Not because the offense took a long time to score, they simply got the ball so often and ‘da bears' could not get past the defense. Overall, the Indy offensxe was on the field 38 minutes to ‘da bears' 22 minutes. Sure offensive ball control accounts for SOME of that disparity, but face it Indy's defense simply kept 'da bears' off balance the whole game.

What ‘da bears' had like 3 first downs the entire first half, and one of those was on that 52 yard run by the RB in the first quarter?

Speaking of that 'da bears' running back Thomas Jones ran for 112 yards, the first back to break the 100-yard barrier on the Colts in the postseason, but much of that was on a 52-yard run that set up the Bears' second touchdown.

‘da bears' offense had roughly 250 yards of offense total. ‘Da bears' best play was the first play of the game, after that it went downhill and picked up speed as it did. By the second quarter the game was basically over. The close score was the only thing in question. Could Indy keep from loosing it? Because ‘da bears' most certainly could not win it.

IMO: the only reason that Peyton won the MVP is that no single defensive player could be singled out from the team effort. The whole Indy defense as a team was dominating. The entire defense of Indy should have won the MVP award.

Not the first time that's happened in a SB though.

BTW: Can any of you name the only MVP of a super bowl to play for the loosing team?


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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:40 am 
 

Aneoth wrote:I think it is a real shame that the much maligned Indy defense was not awarded the MVP. They deserved it. They played one the most dominating games I have seen in recent years.

Look at the time of possession: The Indy offense was on the field roughly 20 minutes to 10 in the first half. Not because the offense took a long time to score, they simply got the ball so often and ‘da bears' could not get past the defense. Overall, the Indy offensxe was on the field 38 minutes to ‘da bears' 22 minutes. Sure offensive ball control accounts for SOME of that disparity, but face it Indy's defense simply kept 'da bears' off balance the whole game.

What ‘da bears' had like 3 first downs the entire first half, and one of those was on that 52 yard run by the RB in the first quarter?

Speaking of that 'da bears' running back Thomas Jones ran for 112 yards, the first back to break the 100-yard barrier on the Colts in the postseason, but much of that was on a 52-yard run that set up the Bears' second touchdown.

‘da bears' offense had roughly 250 yards of offense total. ‘Da bears' best play was the first play of the game, after that it went downhill and picked up speed as it did. By the second quarter the game was basically over. The close score was the only thing in question. Could Indy keep from loosing it? Because ‘da bears' most certainly could not win it.

IMO: the only reason that Peyton won the MVP is that no single defensive player could be singled out from the team effort. The whole Indy defense as a team was dominating. The entire defense of Indy should have won the MVP award.

Not the first time that's happened in a SB though.

BTW: Can any of you name the only MVP of a super bowl to play for the loosing team?


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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:40 am 
 

Aneoth wrote:I think it is a real shame that the much maligned Indy defense was not awarded the MVP. They deserved it. They played one the most dominating games I have seen in recent years.

Look at the time of possession: The Indy offense was on the field roughly 20 minutes to 10 in the first half. Not because the offense took a long time to score, they simply got the ball so often and ‘da bears' could not get past the defense. Overall, the Indy offensxe was on the field 38 minutes to ‘da bears' 22 minutes. Sure offensive ball control accounts for SOME of that disparity, but face it Indy's defense simply kept 'da bears' off balance the whole game.

What ‘da bears' had like 3 first downs the entire first half, and one of those was on that 52 yard run by the RB in the first quarter?

Speaking of that 'da bears' running back Thomas Jones ran for 112 yards, the first back to break the 100-yard barrier on the Colts in the postseason, but much of that was on a 52-yard run that set up the Bears' second touchdown.

‘da bears' offense had roughly 250 yards of offense total. ‘Da bears' best play was the first play of the game, after that it went downhill and picked up speed as it did. By the second quarter the game was basically over. The close score was the only thing in question. Could Indy keep from loosing it? Because ‘da bears' most certainly could not win it.

IMO: the only reason that Peyton won the MVP is that no single defensive player could be singled out from the team effort. The whole Indy defense as a team was dominating. The entire defense of Indy should have won the MVP award.

Not the first time that's happened in a SB though.

BTW: Can any of you name the only MVP of a super bowl to play for the loosing team?



Wasn't it a Cowboys player in Super Bowl V--drat, I can't remember his name.... :oops:  :!:

  

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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:47 am 
 

Dallas Cowboy linebacker Chuck Howley was the first defensive player named Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl V. And he is the ONLY player who has won Super Bowl MVP while playing on the losing team. He intercepted two passes and recovered a fumble, but the Cowboys lost 16-13 to the Baltimore Colts.

Now can you name all of the players who have won as Co-MVP's of a SB?


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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:49 am 
 

Aneoth wrote:Dallas Cowboy linebacker Chuck Howley also was the first defensive player named Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl V. And he is the ONLY player who has won Super Bowl MVP while playing on the losing team. He intercepted two passes and recovered a fumble, but the Cowboys lost 16-13 to the Baltimore Colts.

Now can you name the only players who won as Co-MVP's of a SB?


Randy White was one of them.  Cant remember the other one.  Dallas Cowboys of course!  :D

  

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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:49 am 
 

Aneoth wrote:Dallas Cowboy linebacker Chuck Howley also was the first defensive player named Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl V. And he is the ONLY player who has won Super Bowl MVP while playing on the losing team. He intercepted two passes and recovered a fumble, but the Cowboys lost 16-13 to the Baltimore Colts.

Now can you name the only players who won as Co-MVP's of a SB?


They were Dallas Cowboys!!!  :wink:

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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:53 am 
 

DT Randy White and DE Harvey Martin of the Dallas Cowboys in SB XII.

Now a tuffy. Can you name the team with the most appearances in the Super Bowl all time?


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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:56 am 
 

Aneoth wrote:DT Randy White and DE Harvey Martin of the Dallas Cowboys in SB XII.

Now a tuffy. Can you name the team with the most appearances in the Super Bowl all time?


The Cowboys with 8.  

Now who can name the team with the best SB record of all time?


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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:57 am 
 

The complete list of Super bowl MVP's:

Super Bowl I  QB  Bart Starr  Green Bay  
Super Bowl II  QB  Bart Starr  Green Bay  
Super Bowl III  QB  Joe Namath  N.Y. Jets  
Super Bowl IV  QB  Len Dawson  Kansas City  
Super Bowl V  LB  Chuck Howley  Dallas  
Super Bowl VI  QB  Roger Staubach  Dallas  
Super Bowl VII  S  Jake Scott  Miami  
Super Bowl VIII  RB  Larry Csonka  Miami  
Super Bowl IX  RB  Franco Harris  Pittsburgh  
Super Bowl X  WR  Lynn Swann  Pittsburgh  
Super Bowl XI  WR  Fred Biletnikoff  Oakland  
Super Bowl XII  DT Randy White and DE Harvey Martin  Dallas
Super Bowl XIII  QB  Terry Bradshaw  Pittsburgh  
Super Bowl XIV  QB  Terry Bradshaw  Pittsburgh  
Super Bowl XV  QB  Jim Plunkett  Oakland  
Super Bowl XVI  QB  Joe Montana  San Francisco  
Super Bowl XVII  RB  John Riggins  Washington  
Super Bowl XVIII  RB  Marcus Allen  L.A. Raiders  
Super Bowl XIX  QB  Joe Montana  San Francisco  
Super Bowl XX  DE  Richard Dent  Chicago  
Super Bowl XXI  QB  Phil Simms  NY Giants  
Super Bowl XXII  QB  Doug Williams  Washington  
Super Bowl XXIII  WR  Jerry Rice  San Francisco  
Super Bowl XXIV  QB  Joe Montana  San Francisco  
Super Bowl XXV  RB  Ottis Anderson  NY Giants  
Super Bowl XXVI  QB  Mark Rypien  Washington  
Super Bowl XXVII  QB  Troy Aikman  Dallas  
Super Bowl XXVIII  RB  Emmitt Smith  Dallas  
Super Bowl XXIX  QB  Steve Young  San Francisco  
Super Bowl XXX  CB  Larry Brown  Dallas  
Super Bowl XXXI  KR  Desmond Howard  Green Bay  
Super Bowl XXXII  RB  Terrell Davis  Denver  
Super Bowl XXXIII  QB  John Elway  Denver  
Super Bowl XXXIV  QB  Kurt Warner  St. Louis  
Super Bowl XXXV  LB  Ray Lewis  Baltimore  
Super Bowl XXXVI  QB  Tom Brady  New England  
Super Bowl XXXVII  S  Dexter Jackson  Tampa Bay  
Super Bowl XXXVIII  QB  Tom Brady  New England Patriots  
Super Bowl XXXIX  WR  Deion Branch  New England Patriots  
Super Bowl XL  WR  Hines Ward  Pittsburgh Steelers
Super Bowl XLI  QB Peyton Manning  Baltimore Colts
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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:58 am 
 

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The Cowboys with 8.  

Now who can name the team with the best SB record of all time?


Steelers?

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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:58 am 
 

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Steelers?

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Nope, the Steelers are second.


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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:59 am 
 

Tampa Bay..only went once and won it that time.

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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 10:00 am 
 

Plaag wrote:Tampa Bay..only went once and won it that time.

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Nope, wrong again. :wink:


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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 10:01 am 
 

bclarkie wrote:
The Cowboys with 8.  

Now who can name the team with the best SB record of all time?

It is a tie: 5 Wins each for the Steelers, the Cowboy's and the 49er's.........


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Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 10:01 am 
 

Don't make me list all the teams :wink:

49ers?

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