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I Will be a Saints Fan Next Sunday

I believe Peyton Manning is the best Quarterback in the history of league. I also know that Manning only has one ring and that will hurt his chances as being considered the best QB in the history of the league by many media outlets. Manning has the opportunity to win his second ring in less then two weeks and I am not rooting for him.

In most Super Bowls I really don’t care who wins unless the Squeelers or Ratbirds are in it and I am rooting against them with every bit of energy I have in my body. This Super Bowl is a little different for me, I said to myself I will never root for the Colts again because of that Sunday Night Football game against the Titans when it was the Jim Sorgi show and it was ugly. I know the Colts rested there players so nobody would get injured but I haven’t forgotten that night and won’t.

I am not rooting for the Saints because they used to be called the Aints and it is a feel good story because of Katrina or because the team almost moved and now they are in the Super Bowl. I am rooting for the Saints because I do not want to see the Colts win another Super Bowl for not helping our Cleveland Browns out. I know every year this situation comes up and most of the time players sit, but I might of forgiven the Colts but not forgotten. Who knows what could of happened in 07 if the Browns would of gotten in. Destination Super Bowl!!!

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4 Responses to “I Will be a Saints Fan Next Sunday”

  1. dale says:

    Someone please tell me why Randy does not know the difference between “are” and “our”?! In the last paragraph it’s “OUR” Cleveland Browns,not “ARE”!I think we all learned this in grade school! On top of that this article is pointless! What happened in 07 is irrelevent! “OUR” Browns would have done the same thing and will if we get in that situation! I will be rooting for the Colts because I like Peyton,but don’t care that much.

  2. Denolakes says:

    The Saints got to the SuperBowl being handed 5 turnovers — 2 by the Vikes inside their own 10-yard lines. They had a whopping 87 yards total offense in the second half — but they did pressure Favre throughout the game. He was on the ground a lot. The Saints are legitimate and very strong, but I don’t believe they are the best the NFC has to offer this year. That team is going to be watching from home, having handed the trip to the Saints by lousy execution. So be it. It does lessen my interest considerably, though. Could be worse, though. Think: Jets and the Saints.

  3. Chris says:

    You know, Dale, even worse that his “are” vs “our” issues is his insistence on using “of” instead of “have”. I’ll never get why we should gramatic license to people who can’t even hear contractions properly.

    And you know, Randy, you can take your anti-Colts logic and stick it. The ugly fact is if we had taken care of business vs Cincy we wouldn’t have been in an “and help” position. Which tells me we didn’t deserve the help you hate the Colts for not giving us.

    I’m leaning toward the Saints because the easy analysis all leans Indy’s way. But to paraphase Shakespeare, screw the 07 issues to the sticking place. That kind of thought can only hold us back. The sooner we eliminate garbage like you’re spewing, the sooner we can quit trying to choose between two other teams and actually have our own Dawgs in the fight. How about that idea?

    • Denolakes says:

      I agree with the sentiment expressed regarding the Colts “helping” the Browns. Had that team taken care of its own business, as it should have, then the Colts or any other team would not have had the power to dictate our play-off appearance. Bitterness towards the Colts is misdirected. I only have 3 rules to live by, and the second rule is “Never give an a****** power over your life.” That Browns team violated the second rule and paid for it.

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