Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by TinhWoodhead, Jan 25, 2013.
I'm not. I've stopped watching the Celtics games too.....
No, but that's mainly due to my daughter's hockey tournament than a shunning of football.
My business associate Mr Wu has strong negative feelings about San Francisco...
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Bruins and Premier League soccer only. And Eff No on the SB
I'm going to go over Tom Brady's house â€” hear it's pretty nice. Looking forward to getting his thoughts on trading Gronk for Revis. G's making nachos â€” can't wait.
I will follow the score on the internet and the moment the Ravens start losing i wil lturn on the tv. Just for the sheer pleasure of watching Ray lewis and Suggs' sad ugly face on the tv . If there is someone in the heavens above us they will not let a murderer win the SB and walk off into the sunset
I think I might actually watch the entire game this year, even have a little get-together. I really don't hate either team, but would love to see the Ravens lose and I think there is a good chance of that happening. If they do happen to win, I have two buddies who are 49ers fans. So they may get back some of what they've given.
IT IS THE RAVENS who are playing the SB not our PATS
I will be watching. I believe the Ravens will win, unfortunately.
Seem I am in the minority, but it's the last football game of the year, and we'll have a house full, just not emotionally invested in either team, 'cept for Moss.
I base this simply on:
If the Ravens are playing Steelers. I go Ravens.
If Ravens are playing Peyton Manning's team: Colts or Denver, I go Ravens.
If Ravens play Jets, I go Ravens.
If Ravens play Giants, I go Ravens.
All this is based on playoff-positioning not being a factor.
Of course, I'd love to see them lose in the SB, but if they don't, I wouldn't be as pissed as if one of those other teams won it.
of course i am...why wouldn't i? I am not going my feelings hurt the pats aren't in it
In general, I don't watch the Super Bowl when the Pats lose in the AFCCG. It's too fresh. Which just means that I didn't watch in 2006 and don't plan to this year.
I haven't decided yet, but I probably won't be able to stay away. Would love to see SF win and Randy get a ring. Hoping someone will invite me over to drink heavily (LOL- but I will probably end up inviting others over to drink heavily).
No, I'd rather see a movie. Haven't seen Lincoln yet.
Watching it with some close friends from the Bay Area. The double whammy of seeing 1) a smile on a good friends face and 2) the Ravens get punked by a vastly superior team is not something I want to miss.
I will definately be watching. After the SB, there is no football for 8 months. The added bonus will be ofcourse to see the Ravens lose..<keeping fingers crossed>
you had me until the nachos. G's a health nut. Skinny.
Same here. I'm surprised so many people are saying no. Apparently the divide between Pats fans and football fans is greater than I thought. Heck, during the off season I'll watch games from all teams on NFL Game Rewind.
see i don't get this...you really can't get over the loss? it's not like they are going to suck next year..they will be in the final 8 or 4 again next year most likely with the talent on this team. Even with a what looks like a very tough schedule next year..they play in the AFC east
Go out...smoke something and chill out..it's just a game
Don't think I have ever missed a Super Bowl since I was 6 or so. Not planning on breaking that trend next weekend. The good news is that I don't mind being at a Super Bowl party with women and kids who talk during the game and want everyone to shut up during the commercials.
Yup. Even though the Patriots didn't get in the dance, I'm a football fan first and I am a fan of the super bowl no matter who is in it.
You just described everything that's wrong with the Super Bowl "spectacle" in one clever sentence.
I will watch too. The only Super Bowl I've missed since 1974 was the Niners-Bengals classic in 1989 (88 season). I was on a bus coming back from a ski trip.
It will be tough, especially if the Ravens win it.
Busy weekend. We will ski Saturday and possibly Sunday. If we have any energy left we will attend a massive Super Bowl party thrown by a friend of a friend. I will concentrate on the party part rather than the Super Bowl part. I hope the Niners win but it's going to be tough without a pass rush.
The part is in walking distance to the house so that makes it even better.
Love watchng the SB. It's an event. One that is a lot less stressful and enjoyable when the Pats aren't in it.
Doesn't mean I'm *glad* the Pats didn't make it Au contraire!
hoping Kaepernick misses the team bus and the private plane they'd send him, so I can root for Alex Smith to blow out the Ravens.
Childish at best - grow up.
wahhh ... boo hoo my team is not in it ... seriously that's messed up.
It's a bummer that the Patriots aren't making it, but at least I won't be stressed out watching, I can just sit back and enjoy a good game.
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