Found February 06, 2012 on
Lone Star Struck:
Giants win the Super Bowl… Totally sucks… It could have been us… It should have been us!
Anyway, time to move forward…. Saw this on ESPN and thought I’d share it here:
SportsCenter posed the question: “Which team that missed the playoffs has the best chance of winning Super Bowl XLVII?”
Analyst Tim Hasselbeck’s answer: The Dallas Cowboys.
“Lot of talent on that football team,” Hasselbeck said. “Miles Austin not injured. Defense, another year with Rob Ryan. I think the Cowboys could be that team. … Dallas Cowboys. Tony Romo. They have the best shot.”
Herm Edwards’ prediction: “Fly Eagles Fly.”
There’s always gotta be one rotten apple… What the hell does Edwards know…
Monday is the first day teams can begin cutting players… Woohoo… See ya Terence Newman…
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