Headlines for Monday, Jan 22
Over and Dungy: Colts 38, Patriots 34 - Losing Adam Vinatieri came back to haunt New England, as he wasn't there to help stop the Colts offense or to prevent an interception on the Patriots' final drive; the worthless Colts have delayed their choke until at least next week, and possibly may even put it off until the 2007 season.
McSuperbowl, I'm Lovie-in' it: Bears 39, Saints 14 - The Bears stumbled across a bunch of points and advanced to their first Superbowl since the untackleable Walter Peyton Tecmo Bowl era; following the Saints' loss, the people of New Orleans will have to wait until next preseason to resume being inspired.
Tomlin can you coach me? - Vikings Defensive Coordinator Mike Tomlin was named the new coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, making him the franchise's first African-American head coach since the time Bill Cowher wore blackface to the team's roast of Kordell Stewart.
Uts' baseball chips: just $85 million! - The Phillies signed second baseman Chase Utley to a seven-year, $85 million extension; the team made most of the money in Vegas betting that the franchise would retain Charlie Manuel as manager for another season.
Robitaille a yellow ribbon - The LA Kings raised Luc Robitaille's #20 to the rafters, right next to the jersies of Vincent Damphousse and Doug Gilmour in the special "dudes you were pretty sure were still playing" section.