Super Bowl XLVII Thread

Submitted by MaizeMN on February 3rd, 2013 at 5:20 PM

I guess somebody had to do it. Less than an hour until the Cake-Demanding Harbaughs take on the Demands-Yet-To-Be-Uttered Harbaughs. As Bo smiles from football Valhalla...

Commence.

Comments

MaizeMN

February 3rd, 2013 at 7:45 PM ^

Sam: What was that play Mr. Goodell?

RG: Well, you see Sam, sometimes  a team...

Sam: Why do you smell like wet band-aids?

RG: It's called scotch honey. Want a Wearther's?

Sam: Can I go home now? 

cheesheadwolverine

February 3rd, 2013 at 7:52 PM ^

"You be super conservative with the football" -- because if you just don't turn it over, the 18 point comeback when the other team gets the ball next is totally reasonable.  Damn that was stupid thing to say Phil Simms

M-Wolverine

February 3rd, 2013 at 7:53 PM ^

But the 49ers look like they were ready to be had. Damn Patriots for not being ready to get Brady another Super Bowl.

Ravens were a funny case. They looked like the class of the AFC early, then the wheels kinda came off, then they fired Cam, and here they are.

Ira is going to be insufferable on WTKA this week.

M-Wolverine

February 3rd, 2013 at 7:59 PM ^

The Ravens can't give it back in a minute.

Edit: because I don't want to do 3 in a row...

He didn't pass it Sims because he had no intent to do anything other than run with it.

LSAClassOf2000

February 3rd, 2013 at 8:16 PM ^

So, it's an interesting comparison when you look at the 1st half  stats....

Baltimore has 14 1st downs to SanFrancisco's 10.

Baltimore has 54 rushing yards to San Francisco's 53. Indeed, the 49ers have actually gotten slightly more mileage out of the rushing game in terms of YPC in only one less attempt.

The time of possession literally is pretty close, with Baltimore having a slight edge - 15:30 to 14:30. 

Baltimore is clearly in charge through the air - Baltimore has 187 yards passing to San Francisco's 129 yards. Flacco has gotten yards from seven different receivers. 

 

MaizeMN

February 3rd, 2013 at 8:17 PM ^

RINGRING...

hello.

Jimmy,  it's Mommy. You are doing really good coaching.

I want it now!

I know Jimmy, it's o.k.

I want cake now!!

I know son...

I WANT IT NOW!!!

_______________________________________________

 

RINGRING...

Hello.

John, it's dad.

Hey Dad,what's up?

Helluva game you got goin' son.

Thanks Dad.

You need anything?

Yeah,  a Super Bowl trophy.

Now?

Yeah Pop, now.

 

Bodogblog

February 3rd, 2013 at 8:27 PM ^

Was it really necessary to quote Oprah up on the screen in that voice over?  I mean that sentiment (we haven't forgotten about you, vets) is hardly an original one.