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I am so glad that ESPN is not doing the Super Bowl this year because not only would I never get a word in, but I would be afraid to say anything for fear of looking like the biggest dope in the history of civilization. And I would have missed the commercials, easily the most entertaining part of the game -- as you will see.
It really is raining down there. The game we did, it was raining down there. It isn't so bad in the booth, but it's awful if you're a sideline reporter.

Tell the truth: Don't you get the sense that thecolts somehow aren't ready for this game???

By Tony Kornheiser |  February 4, 2007; 6:43 PM ET  | Category:  Tony Kornheiser
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Except they just scored a touchdown but botched the PAT

Posted by: Kitty | February 4, 2007 06:48 PM

They looked ready on that long TD pass play. They looked shaky on the botched PAT. Will that come back to haunt Dungy's guys?

Posted by: Phil | February 4, 2007 06:49 PM

How do you blow an extra point? That's gonna haunt them later.

The FedEx moon commercial was awful. The Wedding Auctioneer is even worse. Nothing memorable so far.

Posted by: Bill Lehecka | February 4, 2007 06:50 PM

At the risk of biting the hand that signs my hubby's paycheck. Fedex had it but screwed up at the end.

Posted by: Kitty | February 4, 2007 06:50 PM

Looks like they just woke up, Tony.

Hi RI Gang. Hi CB.

These multiple posts are worse than the "Mist" commericals. Both are hard to follow.

Posted by: Ocho-Ocho | February 4, 2007 06:50 PM

Here come the Colts again!

Posted by: Phil | February 4, 2007 06:51 PM

Live by the Special Teams, die by the Special Teams. Marvelous play, Hagler.

Posted by: Chopped Liver | February 4, 2007 06:51 PM

Spoke too soon. This is turning into a sloppy game!

Posted by: Phil | February 4, 2007 06:51 PM

Mr. Tony-
I hate to tell you, but ESPN doesn't get ANY Super Bowls even though they shelled out for one of the biggest tv deals. Maybe they'll let you take a boat to the Pro Bowl one year.
Looking forward to the radio show.

Posted by: Nick from Georgetown | February 4, 2007 06:51 PM

Maybe the rain will the the big story in this game.

Posted by: Wheels | February 4, 2007 06:52 PM

The theme song to this first quarter should be Yakkety Sax from Benny Hill

Posted by: Blackaces | February 4, 2007 06:52 PM

You gotta love how the weather is affecting the game. Fumbles galore!

Posted by: Bill Lehecka | February 4, 2007 06:52 PM

I've seen swimming pool games with greased watermelons that don't involve so many fumbles and misses.

That said, I liked the first couple commercials but the most recent set are utterly terrible. The Fed Ex one made me laugh simply because it was so ridiculous.

Posted by: Leanne | February 4, 2007 06:52 PM

At least Thomas Jones didn't fumble.

Posted by: Phil | February 4, 2007 06:53 PM

Ugh - how many times will have to hear Chris Berman on the post-game show give us one of his "WHOOP"s?

Posted by: Chopped Liver | February 4, 2007 06:53 PM

Wow, what a catch by Muhammad. And a nice throw by Rexy, too.

Posted by: Phil | February 4, 2007 06:55 PM

Nice shot of the PAT. Someone needs to wipe the rain off the lens of that camera.

Posted by: Nigel | February 4, 2007 06:56 PM

OK, so far this game is ajoke. Are we going to have 4 quarters of this nonsense.Is this what South Beach does to a football team.
Kinda liked the Blockbuster ad, but then I'm a sucker for animals in commercials.
Anybody holding the over is sitting pretty at this point.

Posted by: Pat McCaffrey | February 4, 2007 06:57 PM

whoever created the snickers commercial should be fired!

Posted by: mark | February 4, 2007 06:59 PM

Is it my TV or are the cameras satrting to fog up?

Posted by: Pat | February 4, 2007 07:01 PM

Maybe the NFC deserved to send a team to the Super Bowl after all.

All we've heard is San Diego this and New England that...

Posted by: Wheels | February 4, 2007 07:04 PM

What's the record for turnovers in a Super Bowl?

Posted by: Pat | February 4, 2007 07:06 PM

hey I thought the circus was the pre-game not the real game

Posted by: Joe Hellner | February 4, 2007 07:07 PM

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