Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by Max_123, Jan 22, 2019.
Not even close to as bad as Broncos/Panthers a few years back
I'd say Seahawks-Broncos only because you didn't know who would win in the first quarter this game
I mean... I really don’t think he was 100 percent, even if he says otherwise. This is a bad take
Colts/Bears was pretty boring. No chance in hell Grossman was gonna win that game lol
I was kind of being hyperbolic with that statement. If anything I’d keep Gurley and trade Goff (depending on how Goff does next year, I’m still not a believer in him and would not pay him big money)
at least that game had some offense and some memorable plays
was there really anything memorable from tonight? the super long punt?
Yep yep. Biased because I’m a Seahawks fan but that game had tons of stuff.
The safety 12 seconds in on the first play
Chancellor hit on Thomas
INT returned for TD
Harvin KO TD 12 seconds in to start Q3
Great halftime show with Bruno Mars
Kearse TD where he broke like 4 tackles
That Twilight Zone show is on their streaming site? CBS couldn't find one show to bump off their network?
I thought this was the one positive thing from tonight but nope
Bruno Mars alone could be the tiebreaker
He should be permanent halftime entertainment.
you lost me at Bruno Mars
Actually Packers Steelers was the worst super bowl IMO
Nah cause while their may have been a few bad games in the past... to me it was the fact that leading up to it, this sb had nothing going for it
Plus...the bad game
I forgot that super bowl even happened so that’s gotta count for something
at least we got Beyonce that year
Considering commercials, half-time show, and the game itself were universally meh, this SB is definitely in the worst 3 ever at the very least.
Steelers-Seahawks is still the worst for me. This one was close but every Seattle play being negated by a penalty was overkill.
I’m sure this game was excruciating for anyone outside New England but I wouldn’t call it the worst Super Bowl ever. Skimming down a list of Super Bowls in my (conscious) lifetime I’d say Bucs Raiders was significantly worse, and Indy/Chicago, Denver/Carolina, and Steelers/Hawks were down there as well.
This one to me falls in the ballpark of the Seahawks win or the first Ravens win. I’ll concede it’s not quite on the level of either (the flat out domination by Seattle and the historical significance of perhaps the greatest defensive season in NFL history w Baltimore give those a real leg up), but the game was in doubt for 55 minutes and had some masterful defense.
I can’t believe the pats won a super bowl with Brady playing a C level game. Holding the Rams to 3 is just unbelievable.
I just...leading up to this game and thinking about the Pats roster, it REALLY didnt seem like holding the Rams to 3 points would be a surprising thing. Pats defense made plays when they needed to but Goff also just cant QB the way he needs to
This Super Bowl felt like the worst because it was the 3rd Pats bowl in a row and because the Rams REALLY didn't deserve to be there (even if we ignore that Saints call you could really feel that they weren't the best NFC team and didnt match well with NE), and while people try to act like it was a defensive slugfest a lot of it was just mediocre offensive play. There was SOME good defense going on, but offenses sucking helped a lot with that.
Steelers-Seahawks was infuriating
This year it just didnt feel like the SB happened. I didnt feel like Brady won his 6th and honestly I dont think Brady did either. Felt like everyone was just "going through the motions" of winning a damn Super Bowl
It literally did feel just like another game.
It was the most anti-climatic ending to a fun season
This should count as a point for me in our predictions