All the people in the house say yeah!
Gentlemen and ladies of the jury, your verdict on yesterday's game in Ballybofey? Should we have been surprised at all?
I wasn't anyway. I suppose I thought it might be a bit tighter but I could not understand how the majority of pundits were plumping for Tyrone. On form - proper championship form - it made no sense.
Funny how all opposition teams seem to play into Donegal's hands! As Tomás Ó Sé said last year, it's all well and good until you are out there, have the ball in possession and look up... then you know what all the fuss is about.
Think Spillane said on TV last night that Donegal kept Tyrone away from the middle. I actually think Tyrone purposely bunched on the wings as if they were preparing to face Lacey.
I was surprised so many pundits predicted a Tyrone win. There was plenty of bite during their National League game, that would have focused Donegal minds.
Is Ulster a foregone conclusion now?
It wasn't advancing but a new free given. But as John Bannon wrote in the newspaper today, it was an unusual call by McQuillan.
I won't be going against Donegal anyway and they remain the team to beat for the whole tin can... and I couldn't give a toss about the pitch encroachments, no offence to you dcr22B! I didn't see them kick any ball.
Tommy Carr (I think) said on the radio before throw-in yesterday that form was not something that could be switched on between league and championship and that Donegal would find it tough. I thought it would be closer but they showed why they are why they are
McGuinness said after the game that they will be approaching 2014 the same way they did 2013. Basically, the league doesn't matter. On a similar note, Niall Moyna said a little while back he needed only a few weeks to get Down Championship-ready.
Did anyone else apart from Joe McMahon, who was perhaps a little unlucky, deserve to get sent off?
Morgan, for winding up the DL support after his one successful kick
On Denis' point, would you want Morgan to change? He's been a breath of fresh air this year. Was Donegal's wall too close to him on his frees?
Final one on Ballybofey, have the performances changed Donegal and Tyrone's positions in your rankings?
Dublin and Donegal, if they do get it on this summer, will be gripping.
Donegal still 1 for me, Tyrone somewhere between 5 and 8
Tony, how are the celebrations going in London after yesterday's achievement?
Spot on with those rankings Denis
I believe they're still ongoing John! Today's a bank holiday in the UK so they'll be taking full advantage.
Think the platitudes are going to stop now? What London have done having not been permitted challenge games here can't be understated.
It was a ludicrous decision John, and it almost cost them yesterday. Seven weeks without a game, they ran out of puff in the last 10 minutes. Sligo had the chances to win the game.
It must have made the win even sweeter, Tony.