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Let's Watch The Super Bowl Together!

Posted on: February 7, 2010 12:00 am
 


Hey there Super Bowl XLIV Blog readers. Hi. Hello. How's it goin?

Well the big day is finally here! And despite what ESPN claims to know, the winner has not yet been decided. That, dear readers, will be decided on the field. And wherever you might be watching the big game, we want to invite you to come on by and join CBSSports.com's Super Bowl Live Chat, hosted by yours truly, Chris Joseph, and also featuring in-game analysis from CBSSports.com writer Eric Kay. 

Eric will surely supply his insight and vast football acumen in the chat while I complain how it is that since I've worked with CBSSports why I have yet to meet my idol, Dan Marino. I mean, seriously, we're both employees under the CBS Sports banner! The hell, man!

Seriously though, the chat is for you, the reader. You guys know your stuff, so come on by and steer us in the right direction.

You can join us by banging it here. We'll go live shortly before kickoff and take you through the entire game. Trips to the crapper not withstanding.

We look forward to seeing you there!
Category: NFL
Comments

Since: Feb 7, 2010
Posted on: February 7, 2010 9:29 pm
 

Let's Watch The Super Bowl Together!

I have always been an avid football fan, but this year's Superbowl is a joke. First, there's Phil Simms. He is supposed to call the game objectively, but it is very evident that he is a Saints fan. Secondly, CBS was embarrased a cople of years ago by a "wardrobe malfunction". It is more embarassing for them to have a half time show with the Who. They were great in the 70's and 80's. If we wanted to see senior citizens cranked up on Geritol we would go to the Senior Citizen center.Who's next, an act from the fifties? The light show was okay, but as they say on TV,"Cmon man"

The commercials were too much to handle. I broke the remote and turned off the game a little into the third quarter. After over 2 and half hours into the game, we maybe saw 15 minutes of football. The commercials were bad enough but with the bombardment of CBS promos it was just too much. This is supposed to be about FOOTBALL.


I realize the NFL does not want one team overmatched, but what is with the no calls. If an offensive lineman takes a pass rushing defensive lineman to the ground, that is holding. Yet the Saints did that on most plays, but it wasn't called. When the Saints kicked the onside kick to start the third quarter, why was the Saints coaching staff on the field? Does the NFL drop the rules when it comes to the "big game"? There's more to that fishy smell coming out of Miami than just fish!



Since: Jan 10, 2010
Posted on: February 7, 2010 6:22 pm
 

Let's Watch The Super Bowl Together!

I believe that the record for combined points in a Super Bowl (Which was 75 in Super Bowl XXIX when the 49ers beat the Chargers 49-26) will be broken and the Saints will win the game 45-37.



Since: Feb 7, 2010
Posted on: February 7, 2010 5:00 pm
 

Let's Watch The Super Bowl Together!

Coma on President Obama - NO POLITICS DURING SUPER BOWL SUNDAY!  How rude.



Since: Feb 7, 2010
Posted on: February 7, 2010 4:31 pm
 

Psalm 16:3 emphasis added

As for the SAINTS who are in the land, they are the GLORIOUS oned in whom is ALL my delight! (Psalm 16:3).

Pastor read this to us this morning.  He went to seminary in New Orleans.



Since: Feb 7, 2010
Posted on: February 7, 2010 1:40 pm
 

Let's Watch The Super Bowl Together!

WATCH OUT COLTS... HERE WE COME!!! Cool






Since: Feb 7, 2010
Posted on: February 7, 2010 1:37 pm
 

Let's Watch The Super Bowl Together!

WATCH OUT COLTS... HERE WE COME!!! Cool






Since: Feb 7, 2010
Posted on: February 7, 2010 12:29 pm
 

HURRICANE WHODAT



WATCH OUT COLTS... HERE WE COME!!! Cool






Since: Dec 3, 2006
Posted on: February 7, 2010 10:33 am
 

Let's Watch The Super Bowl Together!

Year after year, I wonder why the Super Bowl starts so late. Evan taking in the West Coast, what audience do they think they are missing by the delay. Often, we feel imposing on our hosts, to stay beyond halftime at Super Bowl parties. If we go out to a public sports bar or eating place, most, including me, have overspent and had quite enough food and drink far before the seemingly endless evening. And what about the people that have to go to work Monday morning. Help me understand why oh why. What am I missing here?


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