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Curtis

Agreed...I had recorded this one and scanning through the first half thought "great, another blow out boring game". Glad I stuck around to watch the second half. Heck, I even usually fast forward the kickoffs because not much happens...but for some reason, I decided to watch the one Green Bay did and it turned out to be an onsides kick. That was it - I knew it was going to be a good one. And sure enough, it was!

mr obvious

panthers need breaston.

SL

Your Mom needs breaston

Larry Harris

. . . and about that face mask at the end????

Cobrabitn

Dude, the facemask didn't make him fumble the ball, it was already coming out. They lost and the birds won and I'm happy to see AZ going for another shot for a playoff win.

Matthew

I fail to see how the Cardinals/ Packers game qualifies as "great" by any stretch of the road. High Scoring, yes, but "Great"? No. "Great football", while being exciting, also needs to be well played. And the Cards/Pack game was anything but. Oh, sure, the offesnses had fun, but ANY team that gives up 45 points shouldn't come close enough to the Super Bowl to smell it.
There was no defense played during that game. None. A "Great" football game has good offense AND defense

panthersnbraves

I think I saw a lot of AZ plays where they ran 5-7 yd crossing routes, and then had huge Yards After Catch. I was having flashbacks to last year.

seminolemedia

SUPER SUNDAY BRUNCH

Sunday, February 7 at 11a.m. “Super Sunday Brunch” at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - The Seminole Tribe of Florida and Seminole Media Productions will host a Super Sunday Brunch featuring former Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys and University of Miami Hurricanes head football coach Jimmy Johnson on Sunday,
Feb. 7 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood.
Local sports radio talk show host and Miami Dolphins radio analyst Joe Rose will
emcee the Brunch, which will also feature the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders. Guests
will be able to talk X’s and O ’s with Jimmy and Joe about the big game, discuss
strategies, hear their keys to victory for both teams, and get their take on the 2009
pro football season. Jimmy, Joe and the Dolphins cheerleaders will also be available for photos with guests.

Sports memorabilia company Mounted Memories also will hold a silent auction
that will benefit The Russell Life Skills and Reading Foundation. The foundation was
founded by former Dolphins and Hurricanes linebacker Twan Russell. Johnson coached the Cowboys to world championships in 1992 and 1993, and he guided the Hurricanes to the 1987 National Championship. Johnson coached the Dolphins from 1996-1999.

Tickets are $175/person and a table of (10) is $1500. Three Alcoholic Beverages
and Full Brunch Menu Included in ticket price.

WHO: Jimmy Johnson, Joe Rose, Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders.
WHAT: Super Sunday Brunch.
WHEN: Sunday, Feb. 7, 2010 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
WHERE : Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Ballrooms A and B.

Join former NFL Coach and current FOX Broadcaster Jimmy Johnson and host Joe Rose for an intimate Q & A, and a silent auction benefiting the Russell Reading & Life Skills Foundation. Also on-hand will be Dolphin cheerleaders who will sign autographs, and interact with guests. Tables are $1,500 or individual tickets may be purchased for $175 and are available at the Hard Rock Live Box Office, open Monday – Saturday from noon to 7 p.m. and on Sunday – only open on event days at noon. Tickets also are available at all Ticketmaster outlets online at ticketmaster.com or charge by phone: 1-800-745-3000. *Additional fees may apply. For more information please contact Erica Bachelor at 954-985-5701, ext.10737 or [email protected]

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