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Super Bowl XLIV: Are The Colts and Peyton Manning Aristotle’s Puppets?

Published by on February 8, 2010
Article Source: Bleacher Report - Indianapolis Colts

When the term "Greek Tragedy" springs to mind, we often think of the philosopher Aristotle, and his works Poetics.

We may also think of tragic plays, with notable ones including the work of Sir William Shakespeare and his "Big Four": Othello, King Lear, Hamlet, and Romeo & Juliet.

But on Sunday, Feb. 7th, 2010, only one thing sprung into mind upon hearing the term "greek tragedy."

It was America's greatest sporting event, the Super Bowl XLIV in Miami's magnificent Sun Life Stadium—home to the Miami Dolphins—where the New Orleans Saints emerged unlikely victors over the Indianapolis Colts with a 31-17 victory.

As described by many Colts fans across the world, their performance in the last ...

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