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you are just biased against the Bears.
Da Bears and Da Pats...46-10 DA BEARS
Rafi G - I am! But they're going to lose.DAG - DREAM. ON. You're good with dreams this week... :P
Yankees over Raptors in 3. That's what I say.
it is looking like you should not have bene betting in the football pool this week!! GO BEARS!!!
Ezzie,I knew I should have bet you on both games. If I play my cards right, I could be eating free sushi all year.
Well, you were half right. Colts-Pats was one of the most exciting games I can ever recall watching... one of the few times I've had goosebumps watching a game that didn't involve one of my teams.
Well, I was 1-1, anyway. David - we'd have held even this time! :PI can't believe this. We had to go to a vort tonight, and I MISSED THE COLTS-PATS GAME!!!
Had the Saints kicked that field goal and got their noses in front things may have been different but the miss seem to take away all the momentum they generated.
Are you kidding? I can't believe you missed that game! Don't people know that football was on?
1-1, not bad, I sont' know how you predicted that comeback.
.co.il - I think the punt by Maynard to the 5, followed by the safety, is what really did them in... but you're right, that FG miss was a turning point.Shoshana - :( A bunch of guys kept checking their cellphones and PDAs to see what was happening - and EVERYONE was going for the Colts. :)David - I actually did, to my friend. :) I said the Colts would march down on the first drive and score, putting the game within a TD, and that they'd tie it up soon afterwards.