Wow! I thought the Saints could win, but didn't dream it'd be by two TD's. I thought Indy's offensive output had been too sluggish the last few games and told friends that if Peyton couldn't crack 30 he'd be in trouble.
Caldwell was classy not to throw #18 under the bus postgame, but truthfully without that INT it's a totally, totally different game.
Enjoy it, NOLA! You guys deserve some good news.
It was a good game. I thought NO was in serious trouble at the end of the first quarter but they shook off the jitters and it was still a game at halftime.
I thought the onside kick was pure guts but it set the tone for the rest of the game. Also, the move to get into the endzone for the two-point was great.
Nicely done, Saints!:D
Gives hope to those of us here in the Frozen Wastes of NE Ohio...
Dreams come true.
Years ago a reported interviewed a young high school player, Peyton Manning, knowing he was the son of the former New Orleans Saint's quarterback Archie Manning.
The reporter asked, " What is your dream?"
Peyton Manning replied, "To one day throw the winning touch down for the Saints, in the Super Bowl."
On February 7, 2010, with minutes to go in the game, Peyton realized his dream.
It is nice when dreams come true, is it not?
Saints 31 - Colts 17 :D
LOL!!! Great one. Well now that the spirit of Bum Phillips has descended upon the Saints and that they finally have made it and won the Super Bowl. Now I do not have to root for them anymore.
Originally Posted by Acklan