Anticlimactic... After that interception it was pretty much over, and made for a boring finale. Imagine if it were still 24-17 when the Colts were at the 5yd line with <2min to go. Man that would have been a bad-ass game.
I didn't watch, cuz football bores me and I'd rather transplant my own heart, but with that being said, I'm glad the saints won. Mostly because my brother use to live in New Orleans and I love that city.
I caught the ending (4th quarter)...not a fan but enjoyed watching the Saints turn it over. The Colts frustration was thickly spread.
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Originally Posted by Edgar
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I tuned in for the halftime show and watched The Who (is that it?). I was smiling mucho. Then left my tv for the net (bc the net is far more interesting and relevant to todays bystanders) and learned this morning the Saints won! The crowds were ecstatic and happy! That made me real happy for some reason. Btw I almost cringe at football played on tv and even in real life. But I do like to throw a football.
They Colts do their summer camp here, so the whole town is really bummed.
I can't even understand why anybody cares.
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