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Old 02-12-2010, 12:41 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Playoff Memories 2010

What are your favorite memories from this years playoffs? Not just the superbowl but the entire playoffs. And how do you think the playoffs stack up compared to playoffs past?
I really only have three memories that stand out. All from the Superbowl coincidentally. In no particular order:

One: the Lance Moore touchdown catch. Nobody can tell me that catch was not SICK, how did he catch that ball, twist in midair and hold on long enough to cross the plane...or hold on at all, period. That was beautiful.

Two: Tracy Porters interception of Payton Manning, returned for a touchdown. Tracy Porter is officially a legend killer. Just saying, two weeks in a row. He sealed the superbowl with that interception. And just a week earlier he saved the game by intercepting Brett Favre.

Three: The simple best play, in my opinion, in superbowl history. The Saints onside kick after the half, Gutsy call, gutsy play and it was beautifully executed. Never have I seen the momentum of a game change so quickly.

As for how the playoffs ranked. Well I'm biased, my team finally won something.
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Old 02-12-2010, 09:17 PM   #2
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I don't know...I drink A LOT.
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Me? I'll remember the way Brett Favre ran up the score against Dallas!
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Me? I'll remember the way Brett Favre ran up the score against Dallas!
I'll remember that, too, maybe more than anything besides the Super Bowl.

For individual plays, the Porter interception and the onside kick certainly stand out. I'd add the long pass from Manning to Collie against the Jets, Adrian Peterson's fumbles against the Saints, and all the missed kicks, especially Nate Kaeding's choke job against New York and Stover's 51-yarder in the Super Bowl.
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Also may I add that Tim Hightower's 70 yard run on the first play from scrimmage vs the Saints was a great play.

And, Kurt Warner vs. Aaron Rodgers, ohhhhhh wiiii that was amazing to watch.
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Me? I'll remember the way Brett Favre ran up the score against Dallas!
I will remember that with fondness. Makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside just remembering. :lol:
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Yes because Brett Favre is very sportsman like
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Cards vs. Packers, that offensive showdown was legendary. Unfortunately, my team was on the losing side.
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Cards vs. Packers, that offensive showdown was legendary. Unfortunately, my team was on the losing side.
I will remember that game for a very, very long time. Kurt Warner was insane, and for a week I thought maybe it was destiny that Warner should win a superbowl and retire on top.
As much of a Saints fan as I am, I LOVE Kurt Warner and I would not have been upset had the Cards beat the Saints and won the Super Bowl.

That game was indeed a legendary showdown, unfortunately however it will be forgotten because the winner of that game lost the very next week.
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That game was indeed a legendary showdown, unfortunately however it will be forgotten because the winner of that game lost the very next week.
I don't know about that the Chargers/Dolphins game from '81 is still talked about to this day and the Chargers went out and lost by 20 in the Conference Championship game the very next week.
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I don't know about that the Chargers/Dolphins game from '81 is still talked about to this day and the Chargers went out and lost by 20 in the Conference Championship game the very next week.
Touche. I really hope it's remembered. Cards fans will remember it when they finish 6 - 10 under Leinart this year.
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