Originally Posted by Chip R
And it's a good thing cause otherwise no one will be watching.
Just because it involves teams that are not "market media darlings" does not mean it won't be a good game. I think it will. I thought the World Series was good. Each game was close and competitive.
There seems to be more emphasis on everything else surrounding the Super Bowl anymore then the game itself. You have an all day pre-game show, then the commercial competition. It's gotten kind of ridiculous IMO.
I'm a 3rd shifter, so that means I start work on Sunday night (10:30). Every year at Honda it's the same thing. They only have two machines scheduled to run in my dept. that night because of all the scheduled vacation days and expected call-ins, due to the Super Bowl.
Me? I'll turn on my TV around 6:30, watch most of the game, and then go to work.
Now when the Browns make it, that'll be a different story.