This is fairytale land to me, having followed the Saints (excluding the Haslett years) since the days when Billy Kilmer was quarterbacking. In my youth, the Saints would have off-season basketball teams. I can remember them coming to our town to play. Billy Kilmer had a mean jump shot. After all the comical lows endured by the Saints it is amazing and seems like a minor miracle just for the Saints to have been in a Super Bowl. Weird situation around here with many folks being extreme Favre and Saints fans, and the same can be said concerning Peyton Manning. Bittersweet victory for those folks, myself also, after the way both games unfolded for Favre and Manning. I'm not a super Favre fan, just hate to see his critics have any kind of ammunition. Two friends could be head of the Favre fan club. I don't even mention what happen, if they want to talk about it, they'll have to bring it up. Once Sean Payton figured out how to attack the Colts defense, Brees executed and went into full dissection mode. I was surprised that after the game that Chris Carter squarely put the blame for the interception on Reggie Wayne. Let's see how exactly the rest of the pundits portray the play. Going to be an insane Mardi Gras. Lock up the children.