great game!...closely matched. New England made their fair share of mistakes,but was able to recover. Seattle just made their mistakes at the worst possible time. shoulda woulda coulda it happens! lol overall a fantastic game though. My hats off to both teams!
Walter Montego: I am a lifelong Packers fan. I am tired already of every one blaming Bostick for messing up on the onside kick. The Packers should have scored more points off the 5 turnovers and then Seattle would never had been able to come back. Also the defense at the end was way too soft. They should have stayed more aggressive. Kudos to Seattle for winning the game but the Packers lost the game more than Seattle won it.
ketchuplover: Yes, that was an amazing game, but a very sad loss for the team I was rooting for. Up by 12 points with just a few minutes left in the game and having led 16 to 0 at the half. Seattle's first touchdown on the fake field goal thrown by their punter was an omen of more to come. It is hard to believe how Seattle managed to win that game. The successful onside kick, that improbable two point conversion, Green Bay's long field goal in the rain to send it into overtime, and that blazing touchdown drive for Seattle to win on the first possession in overtime.
ketchuplover: I've been thinking about this post. It is incredible that anyone can run a marathon in the first place, let alone in under three hours.
2 hours, 3 minutes? Wow! How can someone maintain a pace of faster than 12 miles per hour that long? This person is running 5 minute miles for two hours.
If I could run 6 miles per hour for four hours, which is a pace of 10 minute miles, I still wouldn't even have run the 26.2 miles of a marathon. I can imagine a faster pace being more efficient, but there's got to be a trade off as the speed increases.