To save the Pats fans from more suffering, the Bears MUST win the Super Bowl. If the Bears win, then the Colts historic comeback against the Patriots becomes less significant. Think about it. If the Patriots DID NOT win the Super Bowl in 2001, then the whole tuck rule thing becomes less significant. Sure, the Raiders would care about it, but it would become far less signficant to the rest of the country. That was one of the defining moments of their season, and it has become forever glorified because the Pats went on to win the Super Bowl. It's like the Red Sox in 2004. Their historic three games down comeback against the Yankees would have been as glorified if they had not won the World Series. If Peyton Manning wins the Super Bowl, then the Colts defining game against the Patriots will be forever glorified to an ultimate degree. We will be seeing clips of that game on the NFL Network all the time. As Patriots fans we must at least hope that Manning loses and thus the Patriots choke becomes far less significant. In 2003, if the Yankees had won the World Series after Grady Little's choke, it would have been pouring salt in an open wound.