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    Re: What a day for the Harbaugh boys



    Quote Originally Posted by Justlovemybirds View Post
    Gotta admit, didn't want Jim to get to the SuperBowl before his brother.
    I would've been fine with it, because I wanted a new QB to have a shot to win a SB. The fact that a Brady or Manning will be going to Disney World this year is...just not exciting.
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    Re: What a day for the Harbaugh boys

    More like what a day of football. Both championship games go down to the wire and both surely to be instant classics.




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    Re: What a day for the Harbaugh boys

    Quote Originally Posted by Justlovemybirds View Post
    Gotta admit, didn't want Jim to get to the SuperBowl before his brother.
    After the ravens loss I actually thought the 49ers winning the whole thing would have been the best possible outcome for Ravens fans. A 6th Super bowl ring for the 49ers would give shut up the squealer fans and their "sixburgh" talk




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    Re: What a day for the Harbaugh boys

    Quote Originally Posted by Justlovemybirds View Post
    Gotta admit, didn't want Jim to get to the SuperBowl before his brother.


    That's bad karma.
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  5. #17

    Re: What a day for the Harbaugh boys

    Quote Originally Posted by BleedPurple92 View Post


    That's bad karma.
    Ummm why exactly? I'm personally completely indifferent to the Giants winning the Super Bowl (because I think they will) but Harbaugh Duece getting there before his brother is not something I'd want to see. Then I'd have to deal with Steelers fans talking smack about getting the lesser Harbaugh. Had the Ravens won I would have love to see a Harbowl.




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    Re: What a day for the Harbaugh boys

    Quote Originally Posted by Justlovemybirds View Post
    Ummm why exactly? I'm personally completely indifferent to the Giants winning the Super Bowl (because I think they will) but Harbaugh Duece getting there before his brother is not something I'd want to see. Then I'd have to deal with Steelers fans talking smack about getting the lesser Harbaugh. Had the Ravens won I would have love to see a Harbowl.
    Bad Karma man...
    Lardarius "The predator" Webb





  7. #19

    Re: What a day for the Harbaugh boys

    Quote Originally Posted by BleedPurple92 View Post
    Bad Karma man...
    Oook, you still haven't really explained why it's bad "karma".




  8. #20

    Re: What a day for the Harbaugh boys

    Quote Originally Posted by Justlovemybirds View Post
    Ummm why exactly? I'm personally completely indifferent to the Giants winning the Super Bowl (because I think they will) but Harbaugh Duece getting there before his brother is not something I'd want to see. Then I'd have to deal with Steelers fans talking smack about getting the lesser Harbaugh. Had the Ravens won I would have love to see a Harbowl.
    I'm rooting for the Giants. It just makes me laugh to think that Eli would have more SB rings then his brother.
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    Re: What a day for the Harbaugh boys

    Quote Originally Posted by kelsey59 View Post
    I'm rooting for the Giants. It just makes me laugh to think that Eli would have more SB rings then his brother.
    LOL me too. Eli is a goofball but I like him a lot more than Peyton.




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