Monday, February 5, 2007

Indianapolis Colts 29 Chicago Bears 17 !

The Super Bowl is over and the Indianapolis Colts won, 29-17, convincingly! Under sloppy and rainy conditions and with a mildly cold wind, the teams started off well with the Bears kickoff return by Hester and an early 7-0 lead.

Overall, the teams played well with clean, hard hitting that you could hear in the stands and on TV. Although the commentators were dwelling on the fumbles and dropped passes by the players, I assure you that both teams played very well under the nasty conditions. The tide started turning for the colts when they started the second half with a 16-14 lead. The game was exciting including two sets of back to back fumbles and some tremendous running and receptions. The stand out players were Addai, Rhodes, Harrison and Peyton who along with the rest of an excellent Colts team simply turned on the pressure and finished off the Bears, The final minutes of the fourth quarter were plainly written on the faces of the Bears players.

Prince played the halftime show, which I would give a grade of B+, especially considering that the artists also had to perform under the damp and rainy conditions.

The halftime report was the most comical because of Shannon Sharpe. An excellent player and a very sharp dresser, Shannon speaks in monotonic way that reminds me a lot of the way O.J. Simpson speaks. I just can't understand a word the guy says. He is very knowledgeable and I'm sure with some speech lessons, he will become a better commentator.

The Pictures: Me ! Because of my excellent prediction !

This Date In History: 1960;  Marty Robbins song "El Paso" tops both Popular and Country Charts and later wins a Grammy for Best Country and Western Performance.  1971;  Alan Shepard is the first person to play golf on the moon and the fifth man to walk on the moon.  1988;  Manuel Antonio Norriega, former Dictator of Panama, is indicted by a United States Grand Jury in Florida on drug and racketeering charges.

The Doritos Commercials were excellent and I managed to get a copy to you so you can watch it if you missed it. This one's my favorite, although they were all good! Budweiser, Cocoa Cola  andChevrolet commercials were also well made. Why don't these guys just make good commercials always! (Duh-tu-Duh)


Birthdays: John Dunlop, British inventor (1840),  Roger Staubach, professional football quarterback (1942),  Marie De Sevigne, French Writer (1850)

That's it for today, my frisky colts. More Tomorrow.

Stay Tuned !

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