I'm an NFC man and an Eli Manning fan so I'll be rooting for the Giants today but only slightly. I don't care much for the Giants, their fans, or their alumni. I expect both teams to start fast. The Pats are slightly better offensively and the Giants are slightly better defensively. Overall, the teams are pretty even so it will come down to turnovers. Says here:
As usual, bet any house you have to lose.
Next year's Super Bowl is in New Orleans and, if the Saints have a good season, I expect to hear about the unfairness of it all season. Looking forward to it. :)
I offer one from the yard on this spectacular CrabAppleLane Sunday.
CrabAppleLane Spring - February 5, 2012
5 song iTunes shuffle:
- Burning Bridges - Chris Pureka - Driving North
- Suo Gan - John Williams - Empire of the Sun (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
- Someone Like You - ADELE - 21
- Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2 - War
- Poor, Poor Pitiful Me - Linda Ronstadt - Simple Dreams
Quote of the Day
I obviously take a lot of pride in what I do on the football field, because that has the ability to influence a lot of people. That puts smiles on people's faces. That gives people a pep in their step on Monday morning when they go back to work. That does so much for the city. We have the greatest fans in the world. There's no doubt about that. I think each and every day I think about what can I do to make my team better, make my city better, that's my mentality.
Blog of the day is here.
Quote from said blog: "The Wall Street Journal will be live blogging the commercials and Madonna’s halftime show at today’s Super Bowl XLVI between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots."