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  1. Here's an interesting article about Super Bowl Commercials by Tom Shales: Jan 31, 1994 - "Not Even the Commercials Were Super" by Tom Shales on washingtonpost.com
  2. I'll let other folks comment on the game; right now, I want to report that Redskins Hall-of-Famer Darrell Green carried the Vince Lombardi trophy at the end of the game - I am * so glad* to have watched this wonderful person have this honor. Congratulations to the great Philadelphia Eagles for winning their first-ever Super Bowl. Congratulations also to the great New England Patriots for continuing to establish themselves - perhaps along with the Green Bay Packers - as the greatest NFL team in history.
  3. What a wonderful picture this is: It's sort of depressing that I have vague memories of Super Bowl III. At least I was too young to understand why they weren't playing Johnny Unitas instead of Earl Morrall. Think about the year 1969 for New York and Baltimore: 1) The Jets beat the Colts in the Super Bowl. 2) The Mets beat the Orioles in the World Series. 3) The Knicks beat the Bullets in the NBA Playoffs. At least Baltimore didn't have a hockey team to kick around, but it wouldn't have mattered: In three playoff rounds, the Montreal Canadians lost a total of two games - the Stanley Cup took place in the semi-finals when Montreal beat the Boston Bruins, 4 games to 2. It says a lot that the St. Louis Blues won their first two rounds against their fellow West Division opponents by a combined game score of 8-0, and then lost in the Stanley Cup Finals to Montreal of the East Division, 4 games to 0. Man, talk about a dominant Division. --- Out of the First- and Second-Team All-Pros, fully 11 of them come from New England and Atlanta - at first glance, it might appear that Atlanta has the huge advantage ... until you examine the Second-Team players and see that the Patriots are loaded. First-Team All-Pros Playing in Super Bowl LXI: New England Patriots: Matthew Slater, Special Teams, UCLA Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan, Quarterback, Boston College; Julio Jones, Wide Receiver, Alabama; Vic Beasley, Outside Linebacker, Clemson --- Second-Team All-Pros Playing in Super Bowl LXI: New England Patriots: Tom Brady, Quarterback, Michigan Marcus Canon, Right Offensive Tackle, Texas Christian Dont'a Hightower, Linebacker, Alabama Malcolm Butler, Cornerback, West Alabama Devin McCourty, Free Safety, Rutgers Nate Ebner, Special Teams, Ohio State Atlanta Falcons: Alex Mack, Center, University of California
  4. Wow. I pressed "Add Post" just as the clock ran to 00:00, so the game must have ended exactly at 10:08 PM, EST - any additional sentences are merely edits to the original post. List of Super Bowl Champions From Super Bowl I (Jan 15, 1967) through Super Bowl XLIX (Feb 1, 2015) on Wikipedia.
  5. I'm about to start brining a big batch of Stachowski chicken wings, using a great Raichlen recipe, for Super Bowl on Sunday. Posted about that here under Shopping & Cooking to see what other recipes wing makers here use. Then, came across this. Maybe the worst, most tragic thing to ever happen in the annals of chicken wing grilling. People have NO shame.
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