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I am a female football fraud. By the end of the 2010 season, I plan to go from a talker to a knower and crush the game predicting competition. Why do I call myself a fraud? Click here to find out!

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Life in the Off-Season

I have finally accepted the Colts lost (I admit, deservedly) and that, like Farve, Manming is getting his legacy bashed. I wanted to reach through the TV and throttle Skip Bayless when he said even if Manning won the game, he still had a long way to go if he wanted to match Tom Brady. Arrrg.

Commercials were really weak this year. My two favorites were the Doritos bark collar and the 2020 Farve MVP. The best thing about the halftime show was the lighting, but it was nice that The Who was able to keep in tune and the guitarist did not tork his shoulder with all of the whamming he did on it.

Now that New Orleans got the win "the city really needed," hopefully this will be the end of the pity party for the city. Let's see how long it takes for the commentators to start going on about the teams who haven't won the big game yet. I think the Lions and the Browns look a lot worse for not having played in comparison to the Jaguars and especially the Texans!

This week I watched an awesome show on Tru TV - NFL Full Contact. If you have not seen it, it is partially about the game, but moistly what goes into producing, shooting, and commentating on the game. As a former theater techie, I had some serious flashbacks (and remembered pretty quickly why I got out of stage management) watching the clinical narcissism and overreaction to every little thing. It is great TV!

Over the next few weeks, it looks like Vick, McNabb, TO, and Farve will be part of the big buzz, but really I am waiting to see what happens with Tebow, McCoy, and LeFevour in the draft.

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