... it's the final minutes of the fourth quarter in Miami. The score is 6-6: the Colts have scored two field goals off of two Rex Grossman interceptions; the Bears have scored three safeties off an increasingly rattled Peyton Manning. (At an undisclosed location in Brooklyn, certain people have been vocalizing the melody to the song "Yakety Sax", originally recorded by Boots Randolph and made famous by Benny Hill.) Before the Colts return to the field, on the sidelines one sees Peyton Manning in a furious argument with Colts coach Tony Dungy. Peyton takes off his helmet and stomps away, sulking like Achilles. Dungy has decided. It is the time of Jim Sorgi. The Vinatieri extra point is good. Final score: Colts 13, Bears 6. Update: Well, he did it. I thought it couldn't be done, but he did it. He is truly the man. Unbelievable. Prince actually put together a worthwhile halftime show. In other news, much Yakety Sax was vocalized during the game. Manning played a workmanlike game -- the driving rain prevented the Colts from airing it out -- and the Bears' defense performed really well for a unit that had to be out there for three quarters. But the Most Valuable Player of the game really has to be Rex Grossman, who made the Colts' victory possible. Had the Bears a competent quarterback, Chicago would be completely insufferable, and I am sure Tony Dungy will wake up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat about it. But, as the saying goes, The Bears Still Suck.