Well football is over
forever until the new CBA is hashed out. I don't really care what happens with the CBA, as long as football continues similarly to how it has in the last 10 years. I don't know all the intricacies of the financial dealings, and I don't pretend to, but I hope that they can get this thing hashed out quick. I'd much rather talk football than dollars and cents. Anyway, on to thoughts...
1. The Super Bowl was great. Well, good. It can't be great unless the Colts win. Or the Patriots lose. But the Steelers, and specifically Ben Roethlisberger (I hate him. He is a terrible person. That is all I care to say at the moment), failing also is fun to watch. Not to mention I actually like Aaron Rodgers. It was nice to see Big Ben prove to everybody that he's not a great quarterback, especially considering the injuries the Packers were playing with. That being said, the Packers brought lotsa pressure throughout the game, at least that's what I noticed during the game.
(Side note: Entertainment fail. Aguilera botches the National Anthem. BEP sucked. Although, I like some of BEP's stuff, such as Where is the Love. But Fergie ruined everything by opening her mouth and sounding like a man. And grinding on Slash. That was weird.)
Also, if you hate the Steelers and/or Ben Roethlisberger, you should read this. It will make you happy for at least 10 minutes. Or your money back.
2. There was a lot of talk this year about playcalling that didn't make a whole lot of sense. A lot of blame was put on Clyde Christiansen. My question is: Is he actually to blame? If so, I hope he's better next year, because there was some very aggravating calls this year. Thoughts?
Oh and since we're talking about the Super Bowl, I have this little nugget for you all.