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  • BISHOP5 Dec 27, 2013

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    On the flip side, great QBs can pick opposing D's apart, which explains the lofty numbers by the great ones.

  • Hammerhead Dec 23, 2013

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    Meant to add...it wasn't the Super Bowl though. It was for the NFL Championship. Green Bay played AFL Champ Oakland two weeks later and won 33-14. The Ice Bowl was played on New Year's Eve.

  • Hammerhead Dec 23, 2013

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    Colder than a witches it's. Serious question? Minus 13 to 18 depending on the source, and a wind chill of about -30. I was sitting on a radiator watching that game about 80 miles from Green Bay. I turned 10 the month before.

  • Toddler10-21 Dec 23, 2013

    Hey Hammer what was the weather like when Starr, and the Packers won that super bowl over the Cowboys?

  • Toddler10-21 Dec 23, 2013

    So Brees threw the pick because of the rain? Great players can play in any type of weather. Hey Brees if it werent for Peyton you would have lost your only super bowl. Its called pressure the QB. The rain had nothing to do with it!!! Experts will give excuses to the QB's that usually have the big time stats.

  • Hammerhead Dec 23, 2013

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    The editors are certainly not keeping abreast of the typos.

  • baldchip Dec 23, 2013

    Throwing the ball in the rain/snow is an art-and big hands really help. I lived in NY as achild(young teen), and throwing a slick football is a real challenge. Big guys had an advantage!! Cam is 6'5" plus, and Brees is much smaller. That means Brees' hands will be smaller.

    Plus-Cam and Co were at HOME!! What an advantage for a BIG GAME!! Plus-Saints crowd is very quiet when they are on offense in the dome-so special counts matter. Not so at BOA yesterday!

    All were factors which lead to a Panther's victory. Good job Cam & Co. Hope Steve Smith is ok!!

  • JPack Dec 23, 2013

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    HAHAHAHAHA

  • JPack Dec 23, 2013

    Um.... Didn't the panthers have to play in the same rain as NO? If both teams are on the field at the same time, how does that give one team an advantage?

  • kikinc Dec 23, 2013

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    Ha! I completely missed that the first time, but thanks for pointing that out! Definitely made my morning.

  • KTs Impermissible Benefits Dec 23, 2013

    A great typo by Logan near the end of the article. Must have been what was on his mind at the time.

  • StunGunn Dec 23, 2013

    I won't lie: I was happy when I saw the heavens open up and dump a ton of rain on BOA Stadium. I'm not sure it did that much to help the Panthers win, but I was glad for any edge that went the way of the Panthers in such a close game. Kuchley was raining tackles down on the Saints, that's for sure, and Cam came through in the clutch.

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