Monday, January 14, 2008

SuperBowl Cancelled

I have to agree with the L.A. Times TJ Simers on this one:

The Chargers Just Ruined a Great Game

Thanks to the San Diego Chargers, the Superbowl that would have been played next week in Foxborough, Ma between the two best teams in the NFL - The Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots won't occur. I guess it shows you have to actually play the games instead of figuring it out on paper.

The Patriots must be happy because the one team that had a decent chance of killing their perfect season is gone.

Meanwhile, in the NFL's version of Division 2 - also known as the NFC, Packers' fans around the country should write [G]iant thank you notes to the New York Giants. New York's upset in Dallas yesterday all but put the Packers in the Superbowl (although, as mentioned above, they will have to go through the actual process of playing the game).


Erik said...

You wonder why I hate the Chargers. They always screw up everything

Anonymous said...

Someone give Robert a transcript of his blog printed out, a fork and a knife, and a webcam showing him eat his words.

I honestly don't like the Giants, but I think it's funny that two weeks in a row the Impossible happened.

Robert E Wilson said...

Hey renarudo,

Okay, I'll accept that and deal with the indigestion. I'm not a Pro Football analyst and I think most of the ones who are picked the Packers to win. You do realize that I picked the Patriots, begrudgingly, though?

I'll like the Giants much better if they can pull off what I would call the biggest Superbowl upset ever.