Well, we lost the game. Or, I should say, Rex lost the game. I really hope they explore new options at quarterback in the future. They're talking about slapping the franchise tag on Lance Briggs, which would irritate me.
Yes, it would guarantee he'd stay in Chicago, which I'm all for. But for Christ's Sake, we're like 35 million under the salary cap. Pay the man.
On to the title, the Super Bowl MVP. Peyton Manning was voted, but if you ask me, 250-something, 1 TD, 1 INT are pretty pedestrian. They're RB ran all over the place. If it's got to go to someone on the winning team, make Dominick Rhodes and Joseph Addai co-MVPs.
If you want my vote, it goes to Devon Hester, despite the fact he was on the losing team. He was the first person ever to return the opening kick for a touchdown, and after that, they wouldn't kick to him. He changed the other team's game plan. The Bears average starting point was the 41 yard line as a result. They would have been better just kicking the ball out of bounds.
Awesome pick, Bears. With that sort of talent, he'll be winning a lot of games for us. Hopefully next time the rest of you can help close the deal.
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