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As might have been expected, Chicago quarterback Rex Grossman struggled in the Super Bowl, but the spotty play of his offensive line didn't exactly help, either. As might have been expected, Chicago quarterback Rex Grossman struggled in the Super Bowl, but the spotty play of his offensive line didn't exactly help, either. (JONATHAN DANIEL/GETTY IMAGES)
By Ron Borges
Globe Staff / February 6, 2007

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The blame will fall, to a great extent, on Rex Grossman for the Chicago Bears' defeat in Super Bowl XLI, just as the MVP award for victory went undeservedly to Peyton Manning. That is the quarterback's lot, for good or ill. But Manning was not the MVP of the 29-17 victory, nor was Grossman the reason the Bears ... (Full article: 1136 words)

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