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February 07, 2010

Who Dat Win the Super Bowl … New Orleans Saints Defeat Indy Colts 31-17

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Who dat win that NFL Super Bowl … WHO DAT, WHO DAT!!!

The New Orleans Saints have won Super Bowl XLIV over the Indianapolis Colts 31-17. It is the first Super Bowl win in the teams history. After a history of futility the Saints are the Aints never more.

After falling behind Peyton Manning and the Colts 10-0, the Saints went on to outscore the Cots 31 to 7 over the remainder of the game and equal the largest come from behind victory¬† in Super Bowl history. With the game in the balance and the Saints leading by 7 in the 4th quarter, New Orleans Tracy Porter’s intercepted a Peyton Manning pass and raced 74 yards for a game clinching touchdown.

Congratulation to the city of New Orleans, God only knows the city needed a great victory like this. After 42 years of Saints futility … the New Orleans Saints are Super Bowl Champions.

I can’t even imagine what Bourbon Street will be like tonight.

Let me also say that The Who put on a fantastic half time performance.

UPDATE I: President Barack Obama once again is the kiss of death. Earlier today Barack Obama picked the Indianapolis Colts over the New Orleans Saints to win the Super Bowl.Just like in Virginia, New Jersey and Massachusetts … add Indy to the list of the Obama un-Midas touch.

President Barack Obama said Sunday that the Indianapolis Colts “have to be favored” in the Super Bowl, even though he has a “soft spot” for the New Orleans Saints.

Obama’s Super Bowl prediction was based on his opinion that the Colts have “perhaps the best quarterback in history.”

“Peyton Manning is unbelievable,” the president told CBS’ Katie Couric during a live pregame interview.


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