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(Outside The Redzone)   Nothing could get you more pumped for Super Bowl XLVII than a list of meaningless facts like the most common first name among Super Bowl starting quarterbacks and the number of defensive players to be named MVP. Feel the adrenaline   (outsidetheredzone.com) divider line 21
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2013-01-29 12:40:15 PM
I hope someone asks Kaep, "so, how does it feel to be a half-Black quarterback?"

/doug williams, 1984 or so: "well....i've been black all my life!"
 
2013-01-29 12:45:42 PM
FTFA: Montana ironically won all three Super Bowl MVP awards as a member of the 49ers.

It's true. He had a funny handlebar mustache and drank Pabst Blue Ribbon on the bench. Later he told Tom Brady winning MVPs used to be cool before everyone else started doing it.
 
2013-01-29 12:54:25 PM
I remember a stat in 1986 on CBS "All SB winning QBs in the 1980s had first names starting with J' (during a Giants (Phil Simms) vs Redskins (Jay Schroeder) game.
 
2013-01-29 12:56:57 PM
There is nothing worse media-wise than than the second week between the the conference championships and the Super Bowl.
 
2013-01-29 01:11:35 PM
From Greg Cote at the Miami Herald:

Wilson reports that the official Super Bowl game ball will be one of 10 on average harvested from the hide of one adult cow, forcing upon us the unsettling reality that the beautiful pass spiraling downfield once was a doe-eyed Holstein named Betsy who did no harm and wished only to live her life in peace.
 
2013-01-29 01:26:20 PM
How is Montana winning 3 SB MVPs with the 49ers ironic?
 
2013-01-29 01:27:23 PM

skycruiser-x: How is Montana winning 3 SB MVPs with the 49ers ironic?



Because he's going to go upstairs and masturbate?
 
2013-01-29 01:34:44 PM
FTA: "A victory would also make San Francisco the fifth team to win a Super Bowl in three different decades as San Francisco would join the Packers, Redskins, Giants and Steelers."

Those three decades being the early 80s, late 80s, and the 90s.
 
2013-01-29 01:45:55 PM
The Packers and Steelers have won Super Bowls in four different decades.

Packers won it in 1967, 1968, 1997 and 2011 (that is, the year the Super Bowl was played, not the regular season). That is only 3 different decades.
 
2013-01-29 01:49:48 PM

French Rage: FTA: "A victory would also make San Francisco the fifth team to win a Super Bowl in three different decades as San Francisco would join the Packers, Redskins, Giants and Steelers."

Those three decades being the early 80s, late 80s, and the 90s.


They meant three different quarterbacks.
 
2013-01-29 01:51:35 PM

Incorrigible Astronaut: French Rage: FTA: "A victory would also make San Francisco the fifth team to win a Super Bowl in three different decades as San Francisco would join the Packers, Redskins, Giants and Steelers."

Those three decades being the early 80s, late 80s, and the 90s.

They meant three different quarterbacks.


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2013-01-29 01:57:15 PM

Incorrigible Astronaut: French Rage: FTA: "A victory would also make San Francisco the fifth team to win a Super Bowl in three different decades as San Francisco would join the Packers, Redskins, Giants and Steelers."

Those three decades being the early 80s, late 80s, and the 90s.

They meant three different quarterbacks.


They mention that two sentences earlier.
 
2013-01-29 02:12:46 PM
Is the Super-Commercial-Bowl this weekend?
 
2013-01-29 03:38:44 PM

skycruiser-x: How is Montana winning 3 SB MVPs with the 49ers ironic?


rickythepenguin: skycruiser-x: How is Montana winning 3 SB MVPs with the 49ers ironic?


Because he's going to go upstairs and masturbate?


That would have been 5-time Super Bowl champion Charles Haley, and he wouldn't have bothered to go upstairs. Look it up.
 
2013-01-29 05:08:18 PM
Without looking at TFA or any sort of Wiki/PFR/reference site, Chuck Howley, Jake Scott, Harvey Martin/Randy White, Richard Dent, Larry Brown, Ray Lewis, Dexter Jackson.

It's been since 2002-03 that a defensive player has won it, but since 1997-98 that a running back has won it - in fact, since Riggins and Allen won in consecutive years, only three RBs have won the MVP - Ottis Anderson, Emmitt Smith, and Terrell Davis. Frank Gore might have the best chance at breaking that drought.
 
2013-01-29 05:42:03 PM

UNC_Samurai: Frank Gore might have the best chance at breaking that drought.


Hey diddle diddle Ray Rice up the middle.
 
2013-01-29 08:18:58 PM

Rhypskallion: I remember a stat in 1986 on CBS "All SB winning QBs in the 1980s had first names starting with J' (during a Giants (Phil Simms) vs Redskins (Jay Schroeder) game.


If my memory serves me right, that streak ended that same season when Phil Simms and the Giants won Super Bowl XXI.

UNC_Samurai: Without looking at TFA or any sort of Wiki/PFR/reference site, Chuck Howley, Jake Scott, Harvey Martin/Randy White, Richard Dent, Larry Brown, Ray Lewis, Dexter Jackson.

It's been since 2002-03 that a defensive player has won it, but since 1997-98 that a running back has won it - in fact, since Riggins and Allen won in consecutive years, only three RBs have won the MVP - Ottis Anderson, Emmitt Smith, and Terrell Davis. Frank Gore might have the best chance at breaking that drought.


I'm not being facetious, I'm impressed.
 
2013-01-29 09:14:43 PM

Rhypskallion: I remember a stat in 1986 on CBS "All SB winning QBs in the 1980s had first names starting with J' (during a Giants (Phil Simms) vs Redskins (Jay Schroeder) game.


The Redskins were losing to the Broncos 10-0 in the SB with Doug Williams until Jay "My name both begins with, and sounds like the letter J" Schroeder came in for a single play.

That super-double-J-ness allowed the Redskins to then go on their insane scoring spree that Denver fans are still reeling from.
If he hadnt come in for that one play, the SB gods would have had to give the game to J Elway.
 
2013-01-29 11:33:20 PM
Lewis is one eight defensive players ever to be so honored


wut?
 
2013-01-30 12:17:57 AM

Broktun: UNC_Samurai: Frank Gore might have the best chance at breaking that drought.

Hey diddle diddle Ray Rice up the middle.


If the Ravens win, it will be because of Ray's game. And he would deserve the MVP.

/Don't care who wins, just want a good game.
 
2013-01-30 01:50:36 AM
This will be the second time these two franchises meet for a league championship.  The first time they were in a different league.  I still count the Ravens as originally being from Cleveland.
 
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