super bo(ring)wl

February 5, 2007 at 3:55 am | Posted in aaron d.w., football (american) | Leave a comment

i’m highly intuitive and psychic, according to this lady that i checked books out to when i worked at the library and this other guy that read tarot cards at the library’s harry potter 6 release party. but i can’t just turn it on and off whenever i want. so usually when i do predictions of games, they’re just me guessing. i usually can’t tap into the psychic energy surrounding sporting events to choose a winner. today is the exception.

yesterday i played the super bowl on playstation against my friend nathan. i was going to (jokingly) take the winner of that game and use it for my prediction. it was a good game. i was the colts. i scored an early touchdown on a corner route by marvin harrison. then i turned it over and couldn’t get anything going. so i got down 28-7 to start the 4th quarter. but that’s when peyton manning works his magic, right? so i drove down and scored on a touchdown pass to dallas clark. there was plenty of time left and i got a stop. but then i threw an interception and the bears got the ball back with 1:30 left. i got stops and called time outs. then i threw a bomb on 1st down for a touchdown to pull it to 28-21 with 0:16 remaining. i kicked the onside kick and the bears recovered and ran out the clock.

then last night i had my first dream about a professional football game. which is wierd, because i wasn’t even thinking about the game that much. but in my dream, the bears wasted the colts and the score was like 45-20. it’s no coincidence. i think it’s my intuitiveness at work. so i’ll average it out.

i predict forsee that the bears will win, 37-21.

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