Monday, February 06, 2006

Just Some Quick Monday Morning AFter Super Bowl Thoughts.

1. Arethra Franklin got so big, she looked like Jerome Bettis.

2. Out of the lame group of Super Bowl commercials, I thought the Ameriquest one with the lady who had to go to the bathroom in the airplane was the best … of course, that’s not saying much.

3. What does the term “Brown and Bubbly” make you think of? I’m guessing it is NOT Pepsi.

4. So, when the Steelers played the Seahawks, was this the first time an NFL team played a CFL team?

5. I’m guessing the only way to get the Super Bowl trophy into Detroit is to actually have the Super Bowl played there.

6. I’m happy for Bill Cowher, I think he deserved a Super Bowl.

7. It was nice to sit back, relax, and watch the Super Bowl and not care who won.

8. I’m liking Al Michaels less and less … I don’t think he said “Gadget Play” nearly enough last night.

9. So, what the heck is a Code Black? Whatever it is, I wasn’t interested enough to stay up and watch Grey’s Anatomy.

10. I can see where Andy Reid got his “knack” for calling a terrible two-minute offense … from Mike Holmgren.

4 comments:

Rev. Smokin Steve said...

1. I hear Aretha Franklin wanted to come in for a few plays in the 4th quarter, but Bill Cowher kept her on the bench.

2. That one wasn't bad. I still liked the Fed Ex one with the cavemen though.

3. I am boycotting Diet Pepsi simply because their commercials sucked.

4. It is the first time two AFC teams faced off, that's for sure.

5. I'm telling you... the Detroit Lions are going to honor Jerome Bettis somehow.

6. Maybe he did deserve a Super Bowl, but I'm still not a Cowher fan.

7. Yeah, the game was strangely fun to watch.

8. Gadget play will become the next overused sportscaster term for sure.

9. I don't want to ask.

10. HEYYY-OHHHH

Ink and Stone said...

1. Chain, chain, chain... chain, chain, chain... chain of fat!

2. Didn't see any of em.

3. Your septic tank go up or something?

4. I. don't. know.

5. I. don't. care.

6. see #5.

7. see #5.

8. Who's he?

9. Code Black sounds like some daemonic, creepy, book or something.

10. see #5.

Damn football blogs... nothing much for me to comment about.

Reverse said...

9. So, what the heck is a Code Black? Whatever it is, I wasn’t interested enough to stay up and watch Grey’s Anatomy.

Code Black...Is a bomb threat. The medical staff is required to call the bomb squad in and evacuate the hospital.

Jeff said...

1. Arethra Franklin got so big, she looked like Jerome Bettis.
** Imagine how big Bettis will get when he stops playing.

2. Out of the lame group of Super Bowl commercials ...
** FedEx cavemen.

3. What does the term “Brown and Bubbly” make you think of? I’m guessing it is NOT Pepsi.
** First Pepsi's CFO telling the Yale MBA commencement that America is, among continents, the middle finger. Next, the dopey machine-as-football-player ads. Now this. Pepsi clearly needs someone to apply the sniff test.

4. So, when the Steelers played the Seahawks, was this the first time an NFL team played a CFL team?
** That Dallas-BuffaLLLLo blowout was the first.

5. I’m guessing the only way to get the Super Bowl trophy into Detroit is to actually have the Super Bowl played there.
** And the only way to get it out of Detroit is with military intervention.

6. I’m happy for Bill Cowher, I think he deserved a Super Bowl.
** Outcoached Lewis, Dungy, Shanahan, and Holmgren in a 4-game stretch ... yep, he deserved it.

7. It was nice to sit back, relax, and watch the Super Bowl and not care who won.
** Also fun to watch from the Nittany Lion Inn.

8. I’m liking Al Michaels less and less … I don’t think he said “Gadget Play” nearly enough last night.
** Yeah, Monday Night Football will be SO much better next year when Michaels leaves and Joe Theismann enters.

9. So, what the heck is a Code Black? Whatever it is, I wasn’t interested enough to stay up and watch Grey’s Anatomy.
** Pepsi will soon experience a "Code Brown."

10. I can see where Andy Reid got his “knack” for calling a terrible two-minute offense … from Mike Holmgren.
** Hopefully Reid doesn't take as long for his return Super Bowl appearance.