Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by 801CRX, Feb 4, 2007.
Anyone watching the game?
Man the bears are giving the game away!
Whats your thoughts?
Damn, Bears lost.
Halftime was awsome. Me and my 3 friends killed off a 30 of Bud in less than 2 hours. Beer FTW.
Drinking in a frat hosue with the brothers for me.
the president drank a 40 every quarter and a few shots of gin
I am stone sober though
Prince was awesome I am still waiting to get his new album ffrom this guy.
Everyone out drinking tonight needs to watch out for bro rape.
Lets go rexx-xxxx lets go!
It was a good game. But my buddy had a keg, so it was a good game. Even though I quit drinking......
I threw up in the 3rd quarter. Dunno what the fuck is with my stomach. Then I did so again during the post game show.
Now I'm home and i still feel sick to my stomach, but there isn't anything in it.
It wasn't a good game it was pretty much like any other super bowl, just add rain. It's always a blowout. the only thing that made it worth any interest was how the weather affected the game.
It's the roofies talking y0!
It's fun to be right
My Pregame Prediction: Addai and the TE's would have many receptions because Indy would play a 3WR set and force the Bears into 3-4 or Nickle
Result: Joseph Addai ties Superbowl record for HB pass receptions in a game
If it weren't for the injuries and Grossman, we'd have won it.
Did anyone else notice how horribly bad the cameras were fogging up? $80,000 cameras and they can't apply a little anti-fog?
I would say could have, Manning decoded the Bears defense pretty early, and their running game was on. Grossman played well for Grossman (22/28 passing). He got in trouble when they were running out of time and had to throw the ball down the field, in the end he played like Rex Grossman so it's not fair to say "if not for" because that's the team you had all season.
IF Benson hadn't been injured the Bears would have been better but you still have to compete with the Colts scoring ability and you'll lose that battle more often then not.
True, it was a relatively good game for Grossman, but I think the defense has been carrying the team all season overall. The Colts did seem to crack the defense, but only after the injuries so I'm not sure what to think there.
Yeah, the first couple of minutes i was like...."yeah, thats what i thought, the bears are going to SHUTDOWN indy's offense" After the first 2 or 3 drives, that confidence started to dwindle. There were still a lot of super hard hits being dished out to both sides, but i could feel the bears start to slow down, while indy just kept up the pace. Those short passes and killer runs won the game for indy. sure they only had 2 offensive touchdowns (both in the first half) but the fact that they kept the ball and kept moving down field just sealed the deal for em. The bears pass defense was good in the first half, but as the game went on, they just broke down.
when Hester ran back for the TD, i thought the game was going to be a joke. Their first few drives had me thinking Indy's D was back to the way they were all season... but no. Atleast it was exciting for the first 1/4...
I knew the Colts would win it when I saw the halftime stats
Bears: 3 First Downs, 93 Yards of offense
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