Friday, February 10, 2006

Super Bowl Depression and Arrest Warrants

It's taken me a few days to recover from the Super Bowl loss. Being a first-hand witness to criminal activity has a way of stifling creativity.

What has puzzled me the most is how the referees managed to avoid the arrest warrants post game. Either way, I think there was a bit of justice. I heard from a reliable source that one of the referees was stopped on the way home from the here to see what happened.


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Anonymous said...

There were some bad calls, but it didn't cost the Seahawks the game. Converting less than 30% of their thrid downs lost them the game. Only making one big play (Herndon's interception) lost them the game.

Dennis Smith said...

I agree. I do believe the Steelers deserved to win. Just had to grouse about it a bit.