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Why every Packer fan should root for the Colts in Super Bowl XLIV

Last year on November 24th, I watched our beloved Packers play the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football on ESPN. This was just as things were spiraling out of control for the Pack as they were struggling mightily and this game also proved how porous and vulnerable the Packer D was as Drew Brees had a field day on the Packer secondary, passing for 323 yards.

I was upset that my guys were losing but the thing that drove me over the edge and what happened that made me vow to never root for the Saints EVER (except when playing the Vikings or the Bears, of course), was when after the Saints scored a late 4th quarter TD..........AND WENT FOR AND MADE THE 2 POINT CONVERSION AFTERWARDS!!!!!!!!!!!!! I couldnt believe Sean Peyton did that or the Brees went along with it? WHY THE HELL WOULD YOU GO FOR 2 WHEN YOU'RE BEATING A TEAM BY 3 TDS?!?!?!?!?! I was infuriated as I hope many other Packer fans were.

So, all I have to say for the super Bowl is the following: Go Colts, Go Manning, and Kick the Saints' Ass.


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