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    I definitely didn't see this coming, and I will still hold my breath until the clock says 0:00 (with a few quick breaths in between)

    Still waiting for the Budweiser puppy commercial, though I've watched it several times. And get teary every single time. What is it about puppies? LOL
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    Puppies AND Horses!

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    My cable for Fox Network blacked out during the second quarter. Weird as other channels are clunky, but playing. I'll keep checking.

    Actually it's channels 9-14 and channel 11 happens to be in the mix. As said....weird.
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    As a Raider fan I'm always pleased to see Denver get it handed to them. As a Manning fan I feel bad for him. As a fan of the game I'm extremely disappointed. Now I wish I had gone to one of the parties.
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    Doberhuahua!!
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    Wow holy epic implosion Batman!
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    Tonight, Omaha became NO-maha.
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    I turned the TV back on and watched the last 5 min. Holy kick in the pants with a steamroller.
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    Loved Bruno Mars & RHCP (wish the show were longer).
    Loved the Doritos time machine commercial (followed by Chobani bear and Doberhuahua).
    Loved that the NFC team won.
    Hated that the game was a blow-out.
    Apparently, Manning believed his own press (as did the rest of the Broncos, apparently) and just phoned it in.
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    The game wasn't exactly a nail biter, but if you're a Seahawks fan it was a heck of a great game.
    I got a kick out of the fact that the sportcasters were all but proclaiming Manning the second coming. Even into the beginning of the 4th quarter, they were waiting and expecting him to turn it around.
    I have nothing against Payton Manning. I think he's truly a great player, but sometimes it's fun to see those praising him brought down to size.
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