Tuesday, February 07, 2006
Supes Bowl XL
Well, this past Super Bowl may not have been the greatest football game ever broadcast but the fact that both the head coaches involved are adorned with beautiful fluffy yet commanding moustaches was most definitely a wonderful treat. On top of the moustached coaches we somehow were lucky enough to end up with a moustached MVP: Mr. Likes it From Be-Hines Ward. All i can say is... WOW!! This is obviously a once in a lifetime treat which should be savoured like a romantic blow job. Unfortunately the moustaches overshadowed a fairly lackluster game, i would have rather seen a sword fight between Big Ben and Matt Hasselbeck. It was a very sloppy affair. The Seahawks came flying out of the gates and looked very strong during their first drive but fizzled out and ended up settling for a field goal and palyed the rest of the game on an empty tank. Pittsburgh started off way too slow and minus their three big plays looked pretty horrible, the game could have easily gone either way. The Seahawks in typical 2004 Seahawks fashion lost the game, more or less, because of three(!!!) dropped passes by their shit talking dummy of a tight end Jerramy Stevens (nice spelling, why can't you spell it the regular way, fucking loser). I think the spirit of Koren Robinson entered his body. He did end up catching two balls, one for a TD and another which was called back on what seemed to be the Seahawks 21st holding penalty (maybe their O-line wasn't as good as everyone thought, just really cheap). Mr. Batman and Robin Shaun Alexander was fairly quiet all game, although he put up reasonable numbers he didn't provide anything significant to the Seahawks offense. The best running back on the field was a rookie from NC who loves MJ, Willie Parker. With his record setting Super Bowl run Parker proved to all of us how important great blocking is to the success of a running back and furthermore solidified the fact Shaun Alexander is overrated. God do i ever hate that guy. At the end of the day the Steelers were the champions and Seattle still hasn't earned the respect they think they deserve.