Super Bowl Sunday Open Thread

Posted by: ST on February 2, 2014 at 1:39 pm
Super Bowl 48

Are you ready to rumble?

Been a good day already as the adorable Kitten Bowl is now in progress on the Hallmark Channel. :) The very cute Puppy Bowl will be aired at 3pm ET on the Animal Planet channel.

Of course, THE game between the Seahawks and Broncos starts at 6:30 ET and will be broadcast on Fox.   Not appearing on the Fox broadcast will be Terry Bradshaw, who lost his father Thursday. Please keep him and his family in your thoughts and prayers.

I think the sentimental favorite in today’s game will be the Broncos, because everyone loves Peyton Manning, but “sentimental” doesn’t automatically  = “game winner.” Predictions?

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  1. Phineas says:

    No predictions from me — don’t want to curse anyone. ;) It should be a good game, since we’ll see strength against strength: Denver’s offense vs. Seattle’s defense.

    While I said no predictions, I am rooting for the Broncos. And I’d especially like to see Manning burn Sherman several times for TDs.

  2. Crap! Denver did not lose but lost bad. I so wanted to see Peyton Manning win a second Super Bowl with his second team to appear there. The Seahawks leave a bitter taste in a lot of people’s mouths in that they are a dirtier team than the ’70s era Steelers ever thought of being.

    The lesson to be learned is that shabby tacking and lazy rounded pass routes will get you beat almost every time.

  3. Phineas says:

    Well, so much for my expectations. Teams should pay me to root for their opponents.

    Hmmm… Maybe I’ll become a Seahawks fan next year. >:)

  4. Carlos says:

    Hmmm. Wonder why Pete Carroll is always associated with cheating players…?

    Carroll also joins a fairly exclusive club, that of head coaches who’ve won both an NCAA championship and the Super Bowl.

    And Wilson? He’s the dynamic QB who was on the losing team a little over two years ago in the Rose Bowl…he finally won a really big one.