It’s gonna be the POT bowl!

Looks like the got their wish and we will be watching Peyton Manning and his Broncos (from Denver Colorado, which legalized pot recently) and Russell Wilson and the Seahawks (from Seattle Washington which also recently legalized wacky tabbacy) duke it out for Super bowl. Potheads rejoice!

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  1. Seattle Outcast

    And the 40-Whiners have already started bitching and moaning about losing – apparently there was a lot of cheating going on that only the people watching in SF could see. Seriously, my cousin in SF is practically frothing at the mouth with rage – I’ve already had to remove two of his posts on Facebook because of his personal attacks.

    Of course, the best part of beating SF is punking that egotistical douchebag Kaepernick,….. again.

    It was an edge of the seat game, the turnovers had my wife screaming, and I could really have done without seeing that horrible injury to NaVorro Bowman in slow-motion 4 extra times. It was already cringe inducing the first time, and I kept reliving my ACL injury every time they replayed it.

    The Denver game? Over in the first ten minutes.

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  2. Section8

    I’m still bitter about the Chief’s loss. I’m still bitter about the Chiefs period. Oh well, wait until next year. That line has served us fans for decades now.

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  3. AlexInCT *

    So what’s the Seakawk’s chances against Denver, SO? Maybe New England simply was not playing at the same level as Denver, which is why it looked like Manning was playing a high school team, but Denver looked formidable, and as you pointed out, the game was done and done by the end of the first half.

    Seattle and San Fran were more evenly matched, so that was defenitely the better game of the 2. The New England fans up here are all pissy they lost too. They are evenly devided between those that admit New England was lucky to get as far as they did, considering how mediocre the team really was, and those that wanted to pretend the reason New England lost was bad refereeing. I asked several fans in that second category what the fuck they were smoking, and they didn’t like that.

    I am an NFC guy by heart and will be rooting for Seattle, but my money is going on Denver.

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  4. AlexInCT *

    I’m still bitter about the Chief’s loss. I’m still bitter about the Chiefs period.

    Maybe you can take a page from an ingenious Brown’s fan that requested the Chiefs let you down one last time too.

    And I know about disappointment myself I am a Redskins fan from back in the early Joe Gibbs days. Had such high hopes for this season, after they did decent last season and they told everyone RG3 was back to full health, only to see them suck ass as they have for 2 decades now.

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  5. Starving Writer

    I’m a Panthers fan, so I’m not too heartbroken over all the calls that went against the Niners, considering all of the calls that went against us in our divisional match-up against them. The refs missed a 12-men-in-huddle penalty, didn’t call a headbutt from their WR (while calling a similar headbutt from our player), and missed a blatant pass inference call.

    I’m not saying those calls helped SF win the game, as the Panthers’ offense was completely sputtering in the second half, but those certainly didn’t hurt SF any.

    As far as I’m concerned, the Seattle game was karma for the Niners.

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  6. Seattle Outcast

    The Denver game is going to be tough – for both sides. I’m calling it a coin toss right now.

    If Seattle gets Percy Harvin off the injured list then I’d feel a lot better about the Seahawks offensive line (which is too fucking porous) in terms of scoring. At least Seattle won’t have to worry about Manning deciding to run the fucking ball himself like Kaepernick. Kaepernick always runs like a total spaz, but he eats up yardage.

    Classic master of the pass game up against the defense that swears you intended for them to catch the ball all along. 2nd half turnovers when the Bronco’s offensive line gets tired and the Seahawks secondary is still all fired up should be a factor – they pull too many magic tricks out of their ass after halftime to discount how much they turn things around.

    And watch for another on-air meltdown by Sherman if the Bronco’s spend a week or two trash talking him like Crabtree did.

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  7. richtaylor365

    Congrats to those fans in the Pacific Northwest, it’s no wonder they are so excited, since they have never EVER been to the Superbowl in their entire history of mediocrity, better late than never. But we here in the Bay Area, having been there so many times already, we find it rather hoe hum. Been there before, we will be there again, more time to work on our tan.

    You guys have a ball. I remember our first Superbowl, at least I think I do, after a while they all kinda blend in together.

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  8. Seattle Outcast

    Congrats to those fans in the Pacific Northwest, it’s no wonder they are so excited, since they have never EVER been to the Superbowl in their entire history of mediocrity, better late than never

    Did you forget all about Superbowl XL? You know, where the Seahawks had to play the Steelers AND the refs? And even then it wasn’t as bad as Elway getting his ass handed to him in Superbowl XXIV, which actually made me like the Whiners for once (Elway is a total asshole and a horrible excuse for a human being).

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  9. Seattle Outcast

    There’s a bit of history there, and it looks like Crabtree started it in the preseason at a charity golf game. Have you seen the picture where Crabtree shoved Sherman in the face after the play?

    Sherman’s an awesome player, and getting him to control that motormouth will likely be as effective as wishing the tides would change.

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  10. Hal_10000

    I also think Joe Posnanski had a point (http://joeposnanski.com/joeblogs/postgame/). To be able to play in the NFL, you have to get yourself into such an adrenalized state, it’s kind of strange to shove microphones into their faces five minutes later and expect wisdom (“Got to play ‘em one game at a time. They’re a good team. We have to play within ourselves.”) Some guys carry themselves better, obviously, but I’m having a difficult time working up too big a lather over Sherman.

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  11. richtaylor365

    I am always amused at people that excuse bad behavior with the weak ,”He’s just competitive”. Anyone that has stayed in sports passed middle school dodge ball knows that you can be competitive and still be gracious. Maybe he is just not used to winning,

    And did anyone see Goodell’s new ideas for revamping the extra point rule;

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/01/20/roger-goodell-nfl-will-explore-eliminating-the-extra-point/

    “The extra point is almost automatic,” Goodell said. “I believe we had five missed extra points this year out of 1,200 some odd (1,256-for-1,261, to be precise). So it’s a very small fraction of the play, and you want to add excitement with every play. There’s one proposal in particular that I’ve heard about. It’s automatic that you get seven points when you score a touchdown, but you could potentially go for an eighth point, either by running or passing the ball, so if you fail, you go back to six.”

    Interesting idea, to take a point off the board for failure, I think I like it.

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  12. Hal_10000

    I think Goodell may on to something. Easterbrook suggested that teams get an option — try for two points from 2 yards out or move the extra point out to something like 30 yards where it’s less of a gimme. My idea was that they can try for two or, on the kickoff, they can try to get it through the uprights for one.

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