Wild Card game thread

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  1. stevescookin

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    In case Y'all forgot...

     
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    Ahem...both Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne are from New Orleans. That makes this play even sweeter. Peyton ran off the field and cried without shaking anyone's hand...pussy.

     
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    Brett Favre hobbled over to the Saints sideline on a broken ankle to congratulate the Saints....a real man !!!

     
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    Tracy Porter is from Port Allen.
     
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    2nd favorite play from that game... First being the inside kick to open the 2nd half... Who Dat...
     
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    locoguano You sweat, you die...

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    I never doubted the Super Bowl... I knew after the NFCCG that a Super Bowl win was destiny.

    My Dad's family were all hardcore Saints fans... New Orleans transplants. All of my uncles, my dad, and my grandfather had died by January 2009. My aunts and cousins were all together with us watching the NFCCG. Tears were in abundance. That game will always be special. The Super Bowl just felt like a formality.
     
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    I cried too when I realized we were going to win that one. LOL
     
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    I'm not gonna say I thought the Superbowl was a formality but I had more confidence that we would win it more than the nfccg... If this makes sense, I thought winning the nfccg was the cake and the Superbowl was the icing because as a lifetime who dat, the saints weren't supposed to be there... I quote "pigs have flown, hell has frozen over and the saints are going to the Superbowl"...
     
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