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Sunday, February 03, 2013

Congratulations Cris Carter!

It's two years overdue, but Cris Carter, the third-best WR of all time in my opinion, finally makes it to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.  It was a privilege to watch him play, and the Three Deep lineup of Carter, Moss, and Reed may have been the most dangerous receiver set in NFL history.  He may have been a possession receiver who only caught touchdowns, but the man was an artist on the sidelines.

This is your Super Bowl thread.  My pick: Ravens.  The 49ers defense looks shaky, the 49ers kicker even shakier, and the quarterback is a runner and a rookie.  If you favor NFL conspiracy theory, Ray Lewis's Last Ride is a far superior storyline than 5 Super Bowls, 5 wins for the 49ers.

I wouldn't mind seeing Randy Moss got a ring.  But doesn't Moss finishing his career without one fit the NFL narrative a little better?

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90 Comments:

Anonymous Cinco February 03, 2013 12:10 PM  

I just want to see a Superbowl go to OT. However, I can't help but root for this Kaepernick kid.

Blogger Nate February 03, 2013 12:23 PM  

when your career leads to an NFL truism used to describe certain wide receivers and how they play... and everyone knows its about you even though your name isn't involved... You know you had a badass career.

All he does is catch touchdown passes.

Anonymous CJ February 03, 2013 12:40 PM  

This Bears fan gladly tips his cap to Carter. Overall, Rice was better, but CC had the best hands I've ever seen.

Blogger Nate February 03, 2013 12:52 PM  

comparing Rice to Carter... one just has to ask how Carter would've done with Montana? Considering Joe had the arm of a 12 year old girl... its pretty clear Carter would've struggled.

Put Rice on the Vikes... and he still would've thrived. Probably more so.

Blogger Positive Dennis February 03, 2013 1:15 PM  

My blog post on the Superbowl, and chariot races and soccer riots.

http://www.prophecypodcast.com/journal/2013/2/2/faction-colors.html

Blogger foxmarks February 03, 2013 1:19 PM  

An artist on the sidelines, indeed. Carter had an "unstoppable" ability, like Kareem's skyhook. How do you defend a guy who takes out-of-bounds balls and lands them in bounds?

Anonymous zen0 February 03, 2013 1:32 PM  

Hey Dennis. I checked your link. For a guy advertising himself as Positive, you sure know how to be a Downer.

Aren't you looking forward to Beyonce?

Anonymous Retrenched February 03, 2013 1:45 PM  

Carter really should made the HOF on the first ballot, but better late than never I guess.

Anonymous Supernaut February 03, 2013 2:09 PM  

Yes, finally CC breaks the logjam at wideout.

I've got the Ravens today...but as a fellow Viking fanatic, I'd be quite happy to see Randy have the kind of game he used to frequently have for the Purple & Gold, and win the MVP with a 3 TD - 200 Yard type of game.

It's been sad watching him used as a decoy and run blocker all season long.

Anonymous Peter Garstig February 03, 2013 2:10 PM  

Rooting For Ravens, but i figure they might be a little tired.

Never Saw Carter play outside of reels.

How Bout Peterson?

Anonymous E. PERLINE February 03, 2013 2:13 PM  

Ithink San Fransisco will win, and all because of Kaepernick, their underrated quarterback.

Anonymous zen0 February 03, 2013 2:21 PM  

If 49's win, the Pistol will become the default offense, and defense will have no choice but to hire goons that will take out quarterbacks heads or legs and the team will pay all their fines.

I would like to see Flacco win because he used the word "retarded" in an interview. I am willing to put up with the Ray Lewis show for that.

Anonymous The OASF February 03, 2013 2:30 PM  

Met Carter one time at the Ft. Lauderdale International Airport... very early morning flight on a Saturday . All he talked about was football the whole time. From the NFL to College to his family playing. Nicest guy you could meet.

Congratulations, buddy.

Anonymous mrl February 03, 2013 2:37 PM  

I am proud to say he is a Buckeye!

Anonymous The OASF February 03, 2013 2:41 PM  

That Bettis did not make it yet again is instructive, and Sapp did. I suspect Jerome's embarrassing Football Night in America stint, the bitter diatribe on Ebersol and NBC Sports... along with Collinsworth openly disrespecting him at every opportunity are big factors.

That he is the best power back of all time is statistically undeniable. Anyway.

I'd like to hear some informed opinions.

Anonymous Razoraid February 03, 2013 2:55 PM  

Going to combine two of my favorite things today, Football and Vietnamese Tits. Let the coffee flow fellas!

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 4:12 PM  

Well this will be the third year that I watch the game online.
For those in the US and it's territories you can do so here (sorry Vox, those in Canada and elsewhere, as they say, check local listings).
Vegas has the line at SF 3 1/2 - O/U 47. I have no idea how it will shake out, neither team seems an obvious favorite.
Hopefully it will actually be a game worthy of the hype and trappings around it.

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein February 03, 2013 4:27 PM  

 Let the coffee flow fellas!

*TMI Alert*

Although Ca Phe Sua Da gives me the runs, my girlfriend--Lennay Kekua (who has nice Asian tits, herself), loves it.

I'll stick with Ba Mi Bas.

Ravens 24, Niners 17

Blogger Clint February 03, 2013 5:02 PM  

49ers are already 5 for 5. This is shooting for 6 for 6.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 5:04 PM  

Also is it just me or does Kaepernick look like a gangbanger.
I still can't get used to seeing tats going from the shoulder pads to the elbows. Especially on a Niners QB.

Blogger Clint February 03, 2013 5:41 PM  

Oh, Niners win 31-20

Anonymous zen0 February 03, 2013 6:32 PM  

That was the meanest looking bunch that I have ever seen at the opening coin toss. Ravens looked the meanest.

Anonymous jm February 03, 2013 6:57 PM  

Hold that clipboard all you like, Alex Smith, we know you hate your life right now.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 7:05 PM  

Woah, out of the pocket, figured ''he's just getting rid of it'' and it's caught

Anonymous Vidad February 03, 2013 7:24 PM  

I'm betting on San Fran this time around.

Anonymous zen0 February 03, 2013 7:29 PM  

One interception and a hockey game breaks out. Cool.

Anonymous zen0 February 03, 2013 7:35 PM  

Kaepernick is on the sidelines looking self-conscious. Not good for Vidad.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 7:39 PM  

Gotta admire the balls on going for the fake FG. And they damn near got it!

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein February 03, 2013 7:43 PM  

The fight after the interception begged for ACC ref, Ron Cherry......
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6D8aAC4jrPM&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Anonymous bob k. mando February 03, 2013 8:00 PM  

Fitch looked bad last night. i'm not sure how much of that is because of Maia's high level jits, but Fitch didn't even really look like he was trying to stop Maia from taking his back. you spend 12 of 15 minutes with the other guy on your back and it's hard to look good. Maia wasn't that effective at delivering damage considering his overwhelmingly dominant position for all three rounds but Fitch was useless.

it was hilarious watching Bigfoot knock a$$hole a$$steroids Overeem TF out. especially because Bigfoot looked terrified of Overeem in the first round.

Frankie Edgar can beat Jose Aldo ... in a 7 round fight. as long as Aldo stops kicking Frankie's leg in the 2nd round. like he did this fight.

i thought Rashad and Nogueira both made each other look bad. they both look like they've got very pronounced tendencies and weaknesses in their stand up game. Nog was correct for the decision win though.

is there anything in particular that set off Rogan? this is the second night in a row that i've watched where he has just been tearing the Las Vegas judges a new one for being grossly incompetent, before any decision is announced. so far as i can tell, all the decisions have been correct over the last two fights.

Anonymous Pedantic Retard February 03, 2013 8:01 PM  

In my considered opinion, after what seems like eons of listening to sports commentary, I dare say that the 49's will use the extended half time to attempt to "regroup".
This is a very technical term that some might not be familiar with, but I assure you, that will be the focus, not Beyonce.

Anonymous Vidad February 03, 2013 8:10 PM  

zen0: Kaepernick is on the sidelines looking self-conscious. Not good for Vidad.

Yeah. He's looking like a rookie. Great throw in the last few minutes there, but he'd better step up. Jacoby cleaned up with that touchdown... this is looking like a Baltimore game. I'm not giving up yet, though.

Anonymous Vidad February 03, 2013 8:11 PM  

And really - could we have something less stupid than Beyonce at the half time?

Maybe a live gladiator/wild animal fight or ten?

$100 on the net man.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 8:18 PM  

Typical SB halftime show - flashy, lipsynced, and with a dull performance

Anonymous Vidad February 03, 2013 8:23 PM  

At least it's vaguely better than MJ grabbing his crotch and dancing on an upside-down cross.

I guess.

Why can't we have the Flaming Lips play the Half? With They Might Be Giants. And The Lonely Island.

Anonymous Peter Garstig February 03, 2013 8:29 PM  

"I feel like I should have watched the halftime show with a handful of one dollar bills." - Judd Zulgad

Anonymous Anonymous February 03, 2013 8:31 PM  

Bettis a Hall of Famer? Sure. Bettis the best power runner ever? No way. Gotta go back to the 60's and Jim Taylor. Ran over a much bigger Sam Huff (top MLB besides Nitschke) regularly. The key to the Packer Sweep. 4 Super Bowl rings. 'Nuff said.

Anonymous zen0 February 03, 2013 8:32 PM  

Somebody did not "regroup" enough.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 8:37 PM  

The people that deserve props are not the celebrities but the crews who have less than 5 minutes to set up the show and less than 5 minutes to clear the field for the second half.
And what a way to begin the second half! 109yrd TD return!

Anonymous Al-Quaida February 03, 2013 8:42 PM  

BLACKOUT!!!!

Anonymous Vidad February 03, 2013 8:42 PM  

Whoa.

Plunged into darkness.

God must be a 'niners fan.

Anonymous kaz February 03, 2013 8:44 PM  

The stadium just said, "No Mas".

Anonymous Vidad February 03, 2013 8:47 PM  

OMG. The Gatorade has turned into blood.

Anonymous Josh February 03, 2013 8:47 PM  

Freaking Chocolate City infrastructure...

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 8:49 PM  

So what's the O/U on how many years until the next Super Bowl in NO? 20 years?
BTW, power still down

Anonymous Oulaw x February 03, 2013 8:51 PM  

Turn out the lights the parties over

Anonymous Kaz February 03, 2013 8:53 PM  

Beyonces vibrator must pull some serious amps.

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein February 03, 2013 8:55 PM  

Ray Nagin must have gotten a kickback from the electricians who rewired the Superdome....

Anonymous JCB February 03, 2013 8:56 PM  

It's official. We are now a banana republic.

Anonymous Brian February 03, 2013 8:58 PM  

Quite odd that the majority of the elected players were not skill positions. Skill positions rule the Hall, undeservedly so.

Jim Taylor won 4 NFL championships, and just Super Bowl I.

Wonder is someone in the Superdome cut the power to spite Goodell?

Anonymous osama bin laffin February 03, 2013 9:01 PM  

As America crumbles around your ears, you will cling to your infidel ways and eat destruction!

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein February 03, 2013 9:04 PM  

Beyonces vibrator must pull some serious amps.

Knowing how important the Super Bowl is to everyone -- especially the folks fighting for our freedom overseas-- I, TBG, volunteer to help Beyonce become more eco-friendly and to get off the grid. It's the least I can do.

Blogger Positive Dennis February 03, 2013 9:05 PM  

CBS is totally brain deadright now the Super Bowl is basically unwatchable on the stream. If you watch it on your iPad there is no way to move it to your tv, they had to purposefully disable this. Also there is no way to enlarge it, so Beyonce was smaller than the twitter feed. On the computer, you can enlarge but the stream is so small it is hopeless pixelated and unwatchable. How can anyone so smart be so stupid?

Anonymous Jebus himself February 03, 2013 9:09 PM  

"Well fuck me and call me Cooter! Looks like I'll owe that pathetic blowhard Jerry Falwell 20 bucks and a back massage after this fucking Super Bowl!!"--Jesus H. Christ, looking for the KY jelly.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 9:09 PM  

Well Vox, guess what I found: Super Bowl IV. First Vikes SB. and, uhh, you know the rest...

Anonymous zen0 February 03, 2013 9:13 PM  

Beyonce become more eco-friendly and to get off the grid. It's the least I can do.

I know everyone must sacrifice to make Amerika better, but Lennay Kekua, won't be pleased.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 9:18 PM  

CBS (who also did the telecast for SB IV, BTW) just announced ''35 minute delay of the SB''

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein February 03, 2013 9:22 PM  

I know everyone must sacrifice to make Amerika better, but Lennay Kekua, won't be pleased.

Yeah, I know..... and I guess I'm kind of a jerk, considering I just got a text that Lennay has been in a horrible car crash. But, hey...I'm workin on my ALPHA GAME. I gotta do what I gotta do.

Anonymous castricv February 03, 2013 9:53 PM  

MAn Vegas must have a ton of money on Baltimore +165. That outage against old legs was very timely....

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 9:53 PM  

The NFL is PISSED! The Superdome was not ready and it affected the game

Anonymous castricv February 03, 2013 10:02 PM  

Bullshit, the Superdome is always ready. The one thing NO can do is massive events and tourism hosting. The power people have already confirmed that the power was running fine to the stadium, ergo something happened there. Considering they have hosted 10 Super
Bowls and countless other title games and this has never happened, perhaps someone needing a wake up for the YOUNGER 49ers, just might do something to shake them up and cause older Baltimore legs to tighten while having a huge lead. There are many reasons to bash New Orleans, this is not one of them.

This is the second time in two years a 49ers game has been stalled by a "power outage".

Anonymous castricv February 03, 2013 10:07 PM  

It's not hard --- Baltimore +165 with most of the money on them moneyline. It's now 31-29 and I told my wife something was fishy during the blackout.

Anonymous Brian February 03, 2013 10:23 PM  

Ravens needed a TD there. No way they're keeping that kid out of the end zone. Just a question of how much time Flacco will have at the end for a FG.

Anonymous Anonymous February 03, 2013 10:24 PM  

Stop watchig football, you 'boo loving crackers!

- Emmanuel

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 10:32 PM  

@castricv:
Considering they have hosted 10 Super
Bowls and countless other title games and this has never happened

First, are you counting SB IV? And considering this was supposed to be the Superdome's 'return from Katrina' are you sure they were ready to appear 'first world' again?
It doesn't look like it to me.

Anonymous zen0 February 03, 2013 10:45 PM  

This is like the last 2 minutes of a basketball game.

Maybe soccer IS better.

Anonymous castricv February 03, 2013 10:50 PM  

YIH--- SO a 35 minute blackout to half the stadium that may well turn out to have been caused by "someone" who had a timely 49ers half time bet, etc. etc. means that this in any way shows if New Orleans is ready to be first world again or not? Is sports that important to you? What kind of ignorant piece of shit are you, you numb-nut simpleton asshole.

ANd you even thought you would be a smarty pant faggot and go back 45 years to find anything untowards in a New Orleans sporting event, which by the way the DOme didn't even exist then. Moron.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 10:51 PM  

A Super Bowl that was also a great game!!!
A special treat, that only happens about once a decade...

Anonymous zen0 February 03, 2013 10:54 PM  

So did Vegas cover the spread? If so, win/win.

Anonymous zen0 February 03, 2013 10:57 PM  

A Super Bowl that was also a great game!!!
A special treat, that only happens about once a decade...


Your shittin us, right? Great games have integrity.

Anonymous David of One February 03, 2013 11:05 PM  

What sucky game.

Anonymous Outlaw X February 03, 2013 11:09 PM  

Congradulations Ray Lewis.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 11:12 PM  

You missed my point, oh denizen of Whatevership Down.
New Orleans had something to prove with this Super Bowl.
Do you believe that because New Orleans is a 'chocolate city' it should not have been held to the same standards as say, LA, Miami, Tampa, Minneapolis (with the demolition of the Metrodome, not any more) and so on?
It was a premier event, it should have had backups of backups. It should not have been embarrassed like that.
I guess you will now blame the failure of the Superdome on ''white rassis'', please do.
We see this in Haiti, Detroit, Chicago, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.
Blacks are blacks, it's what they are.
New Orleans had it's chance AND IT FAILED!!!

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 11:16 PM  

@Zeno; It was a close, well fought game. That is what I meant by that. There was drama to the end, as opposed to a huge lead at halftime and zzzzzz...

Anonymous Vidad February 03, 2013 11:17 PM  

Everyone knows New Orleans sucks.

But... the 'niners almost came back. What a bizarre game. The faked field goal... the power outage... the silly little safety play at the end... it was quite enjoyable.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 11:28 PM  

Protip: For Niners fans: You won 5 Super Bowls with untatooed QBs,
The first one you lost was with a tattooed QB. Take the hint...

Anonymous JCB February 03, 2013 11:40 PM  

When the punter stepped out of bounds for that safety, drunks all over Vegas sportsbooks were shouting "Fuck Yeah!" This was not a good Superbowl for the bookies as far as prop bets & parlays go. A safety was scored and a kickoff returned for a touchdown; both usually very profitable bets for the bookies, but not this time.

Anonymous YIH February 03, 2013 11:52 PM  

That was my point Vidad, though the power failure (Wait, what? was Tad in charge of power to the Superdome?) it was still a good game.
It wasn't over at halftime, it wasn't over in the 4th Q, it went down to the last few minutes.
And yes, both teams gave it all. You rarely see that in a Super Bowl.
And to 'castricv' this was the equivalent to not doing as Vox posted:
Some notes:

1. Ban the vuluzelas.

South Africa could not ban the vuluzelas, nor could ''the chocolate city'', New Orleans make double-damn sure that the US's PREMIER sports event went as smooth as silk.
New Orleans HAD SOMETHING TO PROVE and it failed.

Anonymous CMC February 03, 2013 11:52 PM  

Am I being too cynical if I wonder if the power outage was just a bs way to lengthen the event and run more commercials?

Anonymous dh February 03, 2013 11:53 PM  

Maybe soccer IS better.

I love that soccer has a beat, and unless something really untoward happens, that the beat will go on until the end.

The NFL is tailor made for TV, in that it's an endless series of promotional opportunities, commercial breaks, timeouts for commentary, and player changes that allows a savvy coach to change tempo of events to suit his needs.

At least in soccer, the tempo is set naturally by the players, the strategy and events and not by off-field tinkering.

Anonymous castricv February 04, 2013 12:00 AM  

I'm not sure why I'm wasting even five minutes with this clown, but here goes. Big Ben and Drew Brees both have tattoos. I'm sure if I gave more effort I could find tattos going way back on QBs that won super bowls.

It must be really sad living in a warped, cliched world of hyperbole and unearned self-assuredness. You are the definition of idiot Republican. I have posted many times here on the travesty of black AMerica, my extreme conservatism, and making informed assumptions on all manner of things, so I hate almost playing devil's advocate to your foolishness. However, you sir are the exact opposite of what is needed on our side. Your baseless, specious pronouncements are the very things that our liberal friends use to dismiss all of the correct and logical arguments we make.

"Oh, New Orleans is shit because the power went out at a game for thirty minutes and some guy on tv told me it was a coming out party post-Katrina!"

"Oh if you didn't have an evil tattoo wearer at QB, you would have won the Super Bowl, Hurray old timey things!!"

It's laughable even to someone who fully realizes our current race, culture, and the decline and its causes. So, I am guessing that no DL or running back on a winner has ever had a tatto? Or that the power didn't go out in San Fransisco during a Monday game just a year ago??? Maybe you'll just twist it stupidly to mean only white QBs or San Fran is a shitthole entirely because of the power thing? Again, moron.

But you are the worst type. You are the caricature that is held over our head by the media, the feminists, and the illiterate children running things now. You're the guy that still says Ni$$er in public, but says that it's ok because IQ studies that you haven't read give you the right to do so. Or the Broncos won with Tebow but not Manning because you go to a non-denominational mega church and everyone there agreed on that at church group. I would go on, but I hate myself for even giving you this much time.

Any more retarded things you've noticed that prove a soundbite you heard somewhere?? Maybe the next time Venus Williams loses a match you can use it to explain why blacks are failing in the schools or crime amongst Hispanics is off the charts......

Sports is meaningless to God and men of actual purpose in this life. It is mere diversion, no different than a funny tv show or game of checkers with friends. This is even more true now than ever since so much of the problems of our day are glorified in that realm. Grow up or at least fact check before shitting out of your mouth here. Believe me it is the one thing I have been forced to do here over the years and am better for it.

Anonymous DaveD February 04, 2013 12:03 AM  

And the Storyline Conspiracy, plus an inexplicable power outage followed by an equally inexplicable explosion of a dead niners offense/collapse of a Ravens D that had been using the niners like a drunk prom date, give Stabby McRayRay his win AND kept the score close and ratings up.

I hope Ray Lewis and a number of other Ravens die alone and scared in a gutter during the after party like the men he murdered. I'll be the first to piss on him or his grave.

DD

Anonymous whatever February 04, 2013 1:03 AM  


You missed my point, oh denizen of Whatevership Down.
New Orleans had something to prove with this Super Bowl.
Do you believe that because New Orleans is a 'chocolate city' it should not have been held to the same standards as say, LA, Miami, Tampa, Minneapolis (with the demolition of the Metrodome, not any more) and so on?
It was a premier event, it should have had backups of backups. It should not have been embarrassed like that.
I guess you will now blame the failure of the Superdome on ''white rassis'', please do.
We see this in Haiti, Detroit, Chicago, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.
Blacks are blacks, it's what they are.
New Orleans had it's chance AND IT FAILED!!!


Blacks don't run New Orleans. I know you know that. So why do you ramble like an idiot?

Anonymous YIH February 04, 2013 1:57 AM  

Blacks don't run New Orleans.
Please explain why. And why you 'project' black failure onto Whites.
So Was Mayor Nagin a White? And after all he did to get the Super Bowl back to New Orleans you reject his efforts?
You say Blacks don't run New Orleans., fine, PROVE ME WRONG!!!
Is the Mayor black? Are there more blacks than non-blacks on the city council? Proof, can you do it?

Anonymous Jesus H. Christ, aka your Savior. February 04, 2013 2:47 AM  

"Well Goddamn!!! It looks like I'll be sucking Jerry Falwell's dick after all.

Damn you 49er's!!!!!!!!!"--Jesus H. Christ

Anonymous zen0 February 04, 2013 5:13 AM  

Actual Pre-Game Article:

While the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers compete to hoist the Vince Lombardi trophy this weekend, eco-friendly fans and city leaders in New Orleans are competing to maximize sustainability practices to the fullest.

To make this the greenest Super Bowl, the New Orleans Host Committee has partnered with fans and the community to offset energy use across the major Super Bowl venues. The exterior of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome features more than 26,000 LED lights on 96 full-color graphic display panels, designed to wash the building in a spectrum of animated colors, patterns and images. The system draws only 10 kilowatts of electricity -- equivalent to the amount of energy used by a small home -- and the lights are expected to last for many years before needing replacement.

Off the football field, New Orleans is embracing energy efficiency with help from the Energy Department. The city retrofitted four libraries using an integrative design approach -- adding motion sensor lights, energy-efficient heating and cooling systems, and upgrades to the building envelopes. These improvements helped cut the libraries’ energy costs by 30 percent and serve as a standard for other city-owned buildings. New Orleans streets feature more than 1,200 energy-efficient light fixtures. In addition to saving the city money on energy costs -- an estimated $70,000 annually -- the new lights help the city reduce routine maintenance due to their longer lifespan.

Embracing energy efficiency and renewable energy is having a profound impact on attracting developers and private industry in the New Orleans’ re-building efforts. The push to re-invent this destination city contributes to making Sunday’s game the greenest in Super Bowl history.

Anonymous Vidad February 04, 2013 8:54 AM  

"Embracing energy efficiency and renewable energy is having a profound impact on attracting developers and private industry in the New Orleans’ re-building efforts. The push to re-invent this destination city contributes to making Sunday’s game the greenest in Super Bowl history."

That's definitely from the "Stuff White People Like" playbook.

Blogger Nate February 04, 2013 9:32 AM  

"The power people have already confirmed that the power was running fine to the stadium, ergo something happened there."

Sure... we found him walking down the street naked with a bloody knife and hardon but he said he didn't hurt anyone... clearly he didn't.

Blogger James Dixon February 04, 2013 9:53 AM  

Of course the Ravens won. No team with Randy Moss on their roster has ever won a Super Bowl. Not even the supposedly unbeatable Patriots could pull it off. What was SF thinking? They should have released him after the NFC championship game.

Anonymous WaterBoy February 04, 2013 1:28 PM  

Some day, they will find a cure for Virtual Tourette Syndrome.

Some day....

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