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Super Bowl Analysis

"Well, ya-know, I mean, it's gonna come down to turnovers, ya-know, how many we get and how many they get, and it's gonna be a war in the trenches, and it'll depend on who comes ready to play, cause there's no tomorrow, and we'll have to leave everything on the field, ya-know, and we'll have to take advantage of our red zone opportunities, and of course be prepared for their blitz package, and any trick plays, ya-know, and what it comes down to is just playing smashmouth football, and I mean, really take it to them, cause they're a great team, ya-know, and we feel like we don't get enough respect, so we're going to have to go out there and earn it, by just taking what the defense gives us, I mean, whether they're in zone or man-to-man, we'll need to keep moving the chains and using up the clock to keep the pigskin away from their QB, who can really light up the scoreboard so we'll need to stick to our game plan and make some plays, cause usually it comes down to who wants it the most, ya-know, so if we can jump on them early and take the crowd out of the game, I think we'll have a good shot at getting a ring, ya-know, cause this might be a once in a lifetime opportunity to hoist the trophy, yaknow, cause I feel we can play with anybody if we bring our 'A' game, and, I mean, eliminate foolish penalties that take us out of scoring position, ya-know, and the special teams will have to step up and give us good field position, cause the kicking game could be the deciding factor, ya-know, so if we can keep them from hitting the deep ball and turning it into a track meet, and if we can establish our running game to set up the passing game, hopefully, ya-know, we'll be the ones taking a knee at the final gun. YaknowwhatImean?

Richard Miller

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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.