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Pats/Pack Super Bowl??

Mulling over the possibilties of the upcoming Super Bowl, and I find it hard to come up with a good match-up. The obvious choice is the Patriots vs. the Packers, but I wonder to myself how good of a game it would be? It is a rematch of the '95 (?) SB, and the funny thing is that one of the QB's (Brett Favre) remains the same. However I think that the result will be drastically different, unless the officiating is lax. If the officials allow the Pack DB's, Charles Woodson and Al Harris, to play their physical style, it might be a decent game. But I don't see this happening, as I'm pretty sure that the zebras will be calling a tight game and that should mean a lot of pass interference/ defensive holding calls. If the GB duo has to play off of Randy Moss, Wes Welker and Donte' Stallworth then it's game over. Now, having said this, you would think the NFL will go over this before the game and realize that if they let the players play it will be a good matchup. I would like to see that happen, as the officials seem to try to hog a lot of the spotlight during big games, which as a fan I hate to see. Boys, keep your whistles in your pockets, and if this is the Super Bowl to be, make the Patriots earn their place in history :)

 And tho our health we drank a thousand times, Its time to ramble on. >K

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