Colts just won the Super Bowl!

Sorry but as we were watching this game I could not help but think that regardless of who won in the NFC they really do not stand a chance against either the Colts or Pats. Colts won, so I have to say that they are the Super Bowl winners. If the Bears cannot figure out how to score points this is going to be another blowout of a super bowl.

Bears put up 39 tonight what were you watching?

I don't know man. I love Peyton but he's gonna have a lot of pressure in his face.

Plus Jones/Benson are going to have a field day against the Colts front.

On an incredible Saints defense. Surely is the strenght of the Saints team. LOL at anyone who thinks that the Colts will not win this game. The Bears deserve to go from the NFC, they are the best team in the NFC, but regardless of who won out of the Pats or Colts the Super Bowl was played tonight. Some people may not agree or get mad but we will see Feb 4th. Without Mike Brown, and Tommie Harris they stand NO chance of stopping Manning.

and the colts D is the 85 bears, come on now.

"On an incredible Saints defense. Surely is the strenght of the Saints team."

Good point, except the Saints D is every bit as good as Indy's defense. If the over/under on the SB is anything below 55, the "over" is a lock.

At least it wont be snowing in Miami

 


Jan. 22, 2007, 12:39PM
Rare snow storm surprises Arizona

PHOENIX — More than a foot of snow fell on parts of northern Arizona, and several more inches were possible Monday, while children as far south as Tucson got a rare chance to play in the snow.

Sunday's storm, one of the strongest of the winter, came amid a wave of storms that have brought snow, ice and strong winds to the Plains region, and also to the Southwest, including Arizona, Texas and New Mexico.

The harsh, frigid conditions were blamed for at least 11 traffic fatalities in the Plains over the weekend. In Colorado, crews looking for a missing snowshoer found a body in a creek southwest of Denver Monday, but authorities had not determined whether it was the missing man.

Southern New Mexico picked up 9 inches on snow on Sunday and Monday, closing 145 miles of the Interstate 25, the state's major north-south highway. "The semi-trucks are having a hard time," State Police Lt. Rick Anglada said, noting that three tractor-trailers had jackknifed on I-25 and 10 to 15 rigs had pulled off the roadway.

Some public schools in the southern and western parts of the state closed Monday.

Although the heaviest snowfall in Arizona on Sunday was in the north, snow also fell in downtown Phoenix and Tucson, which received up to 1 1/2 inches, according to the National Weather Service.

Danita D'Water said there were huge snowflakes in her neighborhood in far northeast Phoenix.

"The children are running up and down the street, riding their scooters in the snow," she said. "The kids are pretty excited but the adults were out taking pictures."

More than a foot fell in Forest Lakes, Pinetop and at the Sunrise Ski Resort, among other places in northern Arizona. Between one and three inches fell in Flagstaff, said Robert Bohlin, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

A winter storm warning remained in effect until noon Monday for parts of northern and northeastern Arizona, with the National Weather Service forecasting up to an additional three inches of snow.

Dense fog and icy roads created hazardous driving conditions Monday morning in the Tucson area.

In Colorado, 3 to 6 inches of snow fell across much of the Front Range, with more in the in the eastern plains and the mountains. Strong winds created whiteout conditions on the state's eastern plains. Dozens of schools opened late or closed Monday in eastern Colorado.

Few details were released about the body found near Chatfield Reservoir, which was near the area where Mel Dinklage, 46, went snowshoeing alone on Saturday. Jefferson County sheriff's officials said Dinklage was an inexperienced snowshoer who wasn't familiar with the area.

On Sunday, officials closed a long stretch of Interstate 70, from near Denver International Airport almost to the Kansas state line because of high winds, blowing snow, poor visibility and ice. The road had reopened by Monday morning.

In Oklahoma, where an ice storm disrupted power to as many as 125,000 homes and businesses more than a week ago, about 17,000 electrical customers remained without power early Monday — mostly in the eastern part of the state.

Hundreds of utility linemen worked through the night in hopes of fully restoring power by Monday or Tuesday, authorities said. But for some rural customers, it could be at least another week before the electricity is back on.

Warmer temperatures led to melting ice and snow that turned roads into slushy rivers, yards into quagmires and streams into rushing torrents.

Muddy roads and pastures caused some utility equipment to bog down, slowing their progress, said Michelann Ooten, spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management.

"Extremely muddy conditions in some areas are making it difficult for some electrical restoration crews," Ooten said.

A pickup truck carrying radioactive materials used in pipeline scanning equipment was swept from a bridge and disappeared in a swollen creek in Oklahoma's Pittsburg County, said Undersheriff Richard Sexton.

The truck's two occupants escaped unharmed, but efforts to locate the truck and its radioactive cargo were suspended after dark. He said officials hope the creek's level will fall enough on Monday to reveal the truck's whereabouts. A container with the material is bolted to the truck.

"The radioactive materials are still in the truck, and that's what we're worried about," Sexton said.

In Missouri, more than 45,000 people remained in the dark from the same storm.

Winter weather has also hit hard on the East Coast, bringing snow, sleet and freezing rain to Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland and making roads treacherous. An accident on Interstate 81 in Virginia killed one person and injured five, authorities said. Several school districts in northern and western Virginia were closed Monday.

Avg Temp for Miami at this time of year = 68 degree. (yes I looked it up!)



Turf will also be perfect for the game of course.