How many total points do you think will be scored in Sunday's Super Bowl?
Despite each teams defensive strengths I am guessing 44pts will be scored on Sunday
this is why I don't gamble
The first number that popped into my head was 42 points Justin
I think it will be less of a shoot-out than expected, even with Peyton and Cam going head-to-head. Good defense is going to win this one!
Matt Blalock, I agree it is going to come down to defense. We know there are two good quarterbacks.
I think this will be a closer lower scoring game...
You were right Melissa Adams
Well I didn't see this happening. I guess Ole Peyton can ride off into the sunset on his Bronco (apparently carrying a bunch of Budweiser's and Papa John's pizza with him). Cam Newton did not look like superman at all. His "Camtrum" near the end of the game said it all. Time to sit back and wait for spring, as Baseball season is right around the corner.
Opening day is April 3rd Justin! Woo hoo!
Yea, they definitely didn't look on form at all. That early defensive touchdown kind of spelled out the way the game was going to go for the Panthers.
I bet its going to be a slow day down there in North Carolina today. When the Patriots lost to Denver 3 weeks ago everyone up here was moping around the office hardly saying a word to each other. I wonder if Andrew Simpson will even show up to work today .
Hahaha, funnily enough, he's not Same goes for David Thornton (both diehard Panthers fans)
"Camtrum" LOLOL! Showed his immaturity.
Yeah, he's not a classy guy when he loses. Cocky when he wins, pouter when he loses. I couldn't believe the one-word answers in his post-game interview.
I know nothing about football or this kid, but I did see a bit of his post-game interview this morning and I couldn't believe how immature he came across as. I know he's upset because he just lost the big game, but time to put on your big boy britches and act like a grownup for the cameras.
I don't know. I mean they were interviewing Bronco's players in the same room. I honestly would not want to sit there through that. Let the man have some time to mourn the loss before sticking him in front of the cameras like that. One of the things I hate the most about sporting events and the media, "Hey let's stick a mic in front of a player who just lost the biggest game of their life." It doesn't matter if they're professionals or not, they're human, treat them as such.
That's a good point about Broncos players being interviewed in the same room.
That's true and maybe we should give them a little grace. But it also comes down to whether a player is able to exemplify good sportsmanship. These players are role models and even if they don't feel like being interviewed, maybe they can defer the interview until later but in a sportsman-like way. I've been on the losing end and I'm sure I wasn't always the epitome of classy conduct; but I don't believe throwing a tantrum in front of millions of people is acceptable either. Just my two cents worth!
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