FOXBOROUGH, MAâ€”Excitement surrounding the return of quarterback Tom Brady devolved into mute panic Thursday as each of Bradyâ€™s first 10 passes barely made it to the line of scrimmage.
In what may be the most exciting AFC championship game in history the Indianapolis Colts overcame an 18 point first half deficit to defeat the vaunted New England Patriots and secured a place in the Super Bowl.
Both teams fought valiantly, but ultimately the Colts desire to win prevailed.
The poetic moment of the game is when Tom Brady, often referred to as the 'Greatest Quarterback Ever' threw a pass that was intercepted by Colts' Marlin Jackson – effectively ending the game.
My congratulations go out to Tony Dungy and the whole Colts organization! I, for one, am looking forward to a great Super Bowl game against Brian Urlacher and the Chicago Bears.