Colts quarterback Jim Sorgi just wanted to make a guest appearance in the Super Bowl. Nothing fancy, maybe a kneel down at game's end or holding for an extra point.
He never got a chance backing up the game's MVP, Peyton Manning.
Tomorrow night, things will change as Sorgi and other super subs take center stage in the pseudo-Super Bowl rematch between Indianapolis and Chicago.
Sorgi says the first-team offense will probably play just one or two series. He says then you're going to see all the guys who were standing on the sidelines last year. He also calls tomorrow's game -- quote -- "our Super Bowl."
Manning and Rex Grossman might play into the second quarter. Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher might not play at all and Colts safety Bob Sanders won't even dress.