That must’ve been a helluva halftime speech (UPDATE: PARCELLS RESIGNS)

Posted by: ST on January 22, 2007 at 9:50 am

… by Colts Coach Tony Dungy. What a game!

In the NFC championship game, da Bears made easy work of the Saints 39-14.

Noon update: In other NFL news, Dallas Cowboys coach Bill Parcells resigned today, while the Steelers announced that Mike Tomlin, defensive coordinator of the Vikings, as their new head coach.

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4 Responses to “That must’ve been a helluva halftime speech (UPDATE: PARCELLS RESIGNS)”


  1. Dana says:

    Actually, you could see it coming before halftime. A couple of long runs made the statistics lie, but it was obvious that the Patriots couldn’t run on the Colts. It looked to me like Corey Dillon has just lost a step; he wasn’t hitting the holes (what few there were) with authority. The Colts would have gone in down 21-10 instead of 21-6 if they weren’t just flat out of time.

    The Patriots just plain gave up on the run in the second half, and I still thought they had a chance to win; that stupid 12 men in the huddle cost them the ball, and the drive to seal the win.

  2. Marshall Art says:

    Don’t forget Caldwell’s blunders. He dropped at least two and they were catchable by my 11 yr old daughter.

    But far more importantly, da Bearss da Bearss da Bearss da Bearss da Bearss…..

  3. Lorica says:

    I have a very cool drink tray with Monsters of the Midway surrounding a huge grizzly climbing the Sears tower holding a football. I got it in 1985. It is pretty cool. Sorry Colts fans, but I am really pulling for the Bears. It is good to see that they are in the Superbowl. – Lorica

  4. Leslie says:

    Amazing what home field advantage does for a team that plays in a dome. Tony Dungy learned a trick or two from the late Red Auerbach, I see.

    It was no accident that it was too warm in the building!

    And: look what happens to a dome team when they play in the snow.

    I have no idea who’ll win the Superbowl. Put a gun to my head and I’ll say the Bears?