Thread: Anyone Else Not Watching the Super Bowl This Year?

Bhawk - 1/31/2019 at 05:35 PM

For the first time in my life, I have zero interest in the Super Bowl. None. And, actually, won't be watching.

Anyone else? Curious...


fensranger - 1/31/2019 at 05:59 PM

not my favorite match up but i will be watching. Still love watching the PATS even though i hope they lost. Still think they are an amazing organization and give them a lot of credit. Sorry that I am a JETS season ticket holder as they have ruined my football life. LOL

Still in a few box pools so i will definitely watch and enjoy the game with good people and usual supercool junk food.


gina - 1/31/2019 at 07:41 PM

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For the first time in my life, I have zero interest in the Super Bowl. None. And, actually, won't be watching.

Anyone else? Curious...


I don't trust a man who likes the soft balls to make it easier for him to win. Past performance shows character. 'Nuff said.

[Edited on 1/31/2019 by gina]


piacere - 1/31/2019 at 08:31 PM

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For the first time in my life, I have zero interest in the Super Bowl. None. And, actually, won't be watching.

Anyone else? Curious...


I don't trust a man who likes the soft balls to make it easier for him to win. Past performance shows character. 'Nuff said.

[Edited on 1/31/2019 by gina]


No, not enough said. Being the investigative, intrepid reporter that you are you should know that he (TB) likes them softer so they're easier to throw. Rodgers likes them hard, Eli likes them scruffed up...every qb has their preference. The score in that game was 17-7 Pats at the half. Balls were inflated to regs at halftime and Pats outscored Colts 28 to **** in 2nd half and won 45-7. Get out of the past, get off the hate (envy actually) and enjoy a great game.
That...or go to blackhawks house and watch "Beaches". He's making popcorn.


nebish - 2/1/2019 at 02:19 PM

I'll be watching.

I do get it though, personally the end of the college and NFL seasons are the least important to me and I kind of start checking out and moving on from both towards the end. What is supposed to be the climax of the respective sports is literally the least interesting for me.

The only Super Bowl I purposefully didn't watch was Denver vs Atlanta. And then I was in a cabin in Michigan UP during a snow storm without a TV for Indy vs Chicago.


porkchopbob - 2/1/2019 at 02:55 PM

I get it, there are definitely some years I've skipped when I couldn't stand the two teams playing (or my teams' loss still hurt too much). But this is a pretty good match-up, should be a fun game. It's funny, 17 years ago I was pulling for the cinderella Pats to knock out the St Louis juggernaut, now I'm pulling for LA to keep the Pats from boring us all by adding to their dynasty (which is admittedly impressive).

nebish, I haven't found the end of the NFL season boring, though it's totally subjective. The Conference Championship games were two of the most exciting games of the season. Of course it's going to be less engaging fewer teams attracting their fans focus, and for a while the Super Bowl itself was indeed a bore due to a string of mismatches (1990s for sure). The past few years the game has been pretty exciting. And if that's not your thing, Puppy Bowl is never time wasted.


nebish - 2/1/2019 at 03:39 PM

Yes, the Conference Title games were very good and entertaining, I just lose some interest. I kind of burn out on football towards the end no matter how good the games are.

I haven't watched or listened to any sports or football related news since the end of the last game, so Sunday before the game I'll get into some pregame stuff to get tuned up. Should be a good one. Patriots are awesome, but I too am going to go for the Rams.


jszfunk - 2/1/2019 at 04:11 PM

I will be watching and crossing my fingers the Rams will run all over them.


porkchopbob - 2/1/2019 at 04:24 PM

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Yes, the Conference Title games were very good and entertaining, I just lose some interest. I kind of burn out on football towards the end no matter how good the games are.

I haven't watched or listened to any sports or football related news since the end of the last game, so Sunday before the game I'll get into some pregame stuff to get tuned up. Should be a good one. Patriots are awesome, but I too am going to go for the Rams.

I hear ya, I actually think the NFL season is the perfect length (I don't really pay much attention to college football). As much as I enjoy football, I'm usually done by January (uh, February). I usually take a Spring sports break until baseball and NBA playoffs start up.


piacere - 2/1/2019 at 04:34 PM

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I will be watching and crossing my fingers the Rams will run all over them.


Such a beautiful picture for a Sig; the light of the world and yet, you express such disdain for the glorious Patriots.

tsk tsk...


porkchopbob - 2/1/2019 at 04:57 PM

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you express such disdain for the glorious Patriots.


Let's not forget that although the Patriots have won 5 Super Bowls, they also lost 6 of them...


fensranger - 2/1/2019 at 05:29 PM

LOL and lets not forget that the Jets are undefeated in the Super Bowl.


BIGV - 2/1/2019 at 05:38 PM

Canít do it, Iíve despised the Rams for too long....


piacere - 2/1/2019 at 06:34 PM

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you express such disdain for the glorious Patriots.


Let's not forget that although the Patriots have won 5 Super Bowls, they also lost 6 of them...


There's always that one guy that so graciously offers up that one tidbit of sobering reality to keep everything balanced.

Touchť.


OriginalGoober - 2/1/2019 at 09:01 PM

Its the dead of winter man. Gonna be watching this or paint dry.


BoytonBrother - 2/1/2019 at 09:02 PM

F the Patriots. It was so glorious watching the Philadelphia Eagles lunch then in the mouth and take the trophy last year. I can still see Brady dropping that pass, sitting on the ground hanging his head in shame, and watching Nick Foles show him how itís done.


jszfunk - 2/2/2019 at 01:06 PM

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F the Patriots. It was so glorious watching the Philadelphia Eagles lunch then in the mouth and take the trophy last year. I can still see Brady dropping that pass, sitting on the ground hanging his head in shame, and watching Nick Foles show him how itís done.


That was a nice scene last year!
Atlanta and Seattle gagged those games up to them. Oh welll.....just have to hope The Rams step on they're throat and don't let them up.

[Edited on 2/2/2019 by jszfunk]


gina - 2/2/2019 at 05:11 PM

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For the first time in my life, I have zero interest in the Super Bowl. None. And, actually, won't be watching.

Anyone else? Curious...


I don't trust a man who likes the soft balls to make it easier for him to win. Past performance shows character. 'Nuff said.

[Edited on 1/31/2019 by gina]


No, not enough said. Being the investigative, intrepid reporter that you are you should know that he (TB) likes them softer so they're easier to throw. Rodgers likes them hard, Eli likes them scruffed up...every qb has their preference. The score in that game was 17-7 Pats at the half. Balls were inflated to regs at halftime and Pats outscored Colts 28 to **** in 2nd half and won 45-7. Get out of the past, get off the hate (envy actually) and enjoy a great game.
That...or go to blackhawks house and watch "Beaches". He's making popcorn.



There are standard regulations as to what pressure the balls are to be inflated to. The only reason Mr. Wonderful did not get trouble when soft balls were found during one of his games was because he denied ordering the bat boy or whoever it was that de-flated some of the balls to do the dirty deed. We were supposed to believe the kid just did that on his own because he wanted to please Mr. Wonderful and he knew that Mr. Wonderful liked the balls soft.


pops42 - 2/2/2019 at 05:32 PM

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you express such disdain for the glorious Patriots.


Let's not forget that although the Patriots have won 5 Super Bowls, they also lost 6 of them...
2 of them to the Giants


piacere - 2/2/2019 at 05:56 PM

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For the first time in my life, I have zero interest in the Super Bowl. None. And, actually, won't be watching.

Anyone else? Curious...


I don't trust a man who likes the soft balls to make it easier for him to win. Past performance shows character. 'Nuff said.

[Edited on 1/31/2019 by gina]


No, not enough said. Being the investigative, intrepid reporter that you are you should know that he (TB) likes them softer so they're easier to throw. Rodgers likes them hard, Eli likes them scruffed up...every qb has their preference. The score in that game was 17-7 Pats at the half. Balls were inflated to regs at halftime and Pats outscored Colts 28 to **** in 2nd half and won 45-7. Get out of the past, get off the hate (envy actually) and enjoy a great game.
That...or go to blackhawks house and watch "Beaches". He's making popcorn.



There are standard regulations as to what pressure the balls are to be inflated to. The only reason Mr. Wonderful did not get trouble when soft balls were found during one of his games was because he denied ordering the bat boy or whoever it was that de-flated some of the balls to do the dirty deed. We were supposed to believe the kid just did that on his own because he wanted to please Mr. Wonderful and he knew that Mr. Wonderful liked the balls soft.


Yeah...it was the bat boy.

Enjoy the movie!


Bhawk - 2/3/2019 at 03:36 PM

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quote:
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For the first time in my life, I have zero interest in the Super Bowl. None. And, actually, won't be watching.

Anyone else? Curious...


I don't trust a man who likes the soft balls to make it easier for him to win. Past performance shows character. 'Nuff said.

[Edited on 1/31/2019 by gina]


That...or go to blackhawks house and watch "Beaches". He's making popcorn.


Argo.


gina - 2/3/2019 at 09:42 PM

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For the first time in my life, I have zero interest in the Super Bowl. None. And, actually, won't be watching.

Anyone else? Curious...


I don't trust a man who likes the soft balls to make it easier for him to win. Past performance shows character. 'Nuff said.

[Edited on 1/31/2019 by gina]


No, not enough said. Being the investigative, intrepid reporter that you are you should know that he (TB) likes them softer so they're easier to throw. Rodgers likes them hard, Eli likes them scruffed up...every qb has their preference. The score in that game was 17-7 Pats at the half. Balls were inflated to regs at halftime and Pats outscored Colts 28 to **** in 2nd half and won 45-7. Get out of the past, get off the hate (envy actually) and enjoy a great game.
That...or go to blackhawks house and watch "Beaches". He's making popcorn.



There are standard regulations as to what pressure the balls are to be inflated to. The only reason Mr. Wonderful did not get trouble when soft balls were found during one of his games was because he denied ordering the bat boy or whoever it was that de-flated some of the balls to do the dirty deed. We were supposed to believe the kid just did that on his own because he wanted to please Mr. Wonderful and he knew that Mr. Wonderful liked the balls soft.


Yeah...it was the bat boy.

Enjoy the movie!


Enjoy Mr. soft balls!


StratDal - 2/4/2019 at 03:36 PM

It was a real snoozer. Fortunately, had good company, merriment, and a pretty awesome view of the Manoa Valley. Best part is the game was on early out this way so we got to enjoy the rest of the afternoon and evening. GOAT


gina - 2/4/2019 at 08:06 PM

I read that there was some great action and whenever the Patriots are held to such a low scoring game, you know they had to work hard to get it. I probably should have watched.


PhotoRon286 - 2/7/2019 at 02:50 AM

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Canít do it, Iíve despised the Rams for too long....


Why???

I've been a Rams fan since I was a kid and Roman Gabriel was the QB and the Fearsome Foursome were monsters on defense.


BoytonBrother - 2/7/2019 at 01:43 PM

I guess Iím in the minority that enjoyed the game. I love watching defenses dismantle an offense, like the Patriots did. It was brilliance by Belichik, yet again. If my team isnít in it, then on a high scoring game, I often find myself wishing for better defense...I donít want to see people waltzing into the end zone - I want to see them earn it and get beat up trying to score.


fensranger - 2/7/2019 at 03:07 PM

i like defense also but Jarad Goff did a great job of making Pats look even better. It was not defense as much as his pathetic play. Also nobody knows if Gurley was healthy but assuming he was, I cannot understand how he was an afterthought in anything the Rams seemed to do.

The game was awful IMO, only thing that kept my interest was the score was close. and the drama of the PATS dynasty for better or for worse. LOL


crazyjoe - 2/7/2019 at 04:25 PM

I heard some analysts say that Goff's performance was so poor, it could permanently hurt his career!!.......Peace.....joe


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