Super Bowl XLV is Here!

Categories: Super Bowl XLV

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The Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers won't arrive until next week. But, make no mistake, Super Bowl XLV kicks off today.

Precisely at 5 p.m., with the opening of the NFL Experience at the Dallas Convention Center.

Drew Pearson will be on hand. So will Mayor Tom Leppert. And, if all goes smoothly, tens of thousands of football fans excited to check out 75 interactive games, food, player autographs, all 44 Super Bowl rings and, of course, the actual Lombardi Trophy.

You can kick field goals through NFL uprights or get timed in the 40. And it's all spread out over 850,000 square feet.

I'm hearing people say they can't wait for Super Bowl week to start on Monday. By then they'll be late to the party.

A slice of the Super Bowl for $25. Enjoy.


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Josh's broken records
Josh's broken records

One more "observation" anyone else figure this picture is kinda what RW sees when he drifts off to sleep..in his rm's arms..thinking of 8ball. #fanfictionalmostfridaythatnoonewouldwanttoread

Josh's broken records
Josh's broken records

I love three things: Merica, Scruffy and G.D. Tejas ! Keep up the good fight Scruffy..one day we'll probably not be listening to Merton and Scruffy on 105.3 The Faaaaaiiillll !!!!!!

Notgreggotcu@aol.com
Notgreggotcu@aol.com

Look at all you motherfuckers swimming through a pool of your own jizz hoping to get in the best insults. You feast from the bloody rectum of hypocrasy like the bitches you really are. Suck a camel's hairy nutsack, you pathetic acne puss smears strung across a mirror of self-loathing.

ScottsMerkin
ScottsMerkin

Will the Fan be on Radio row, or in studio all week?

Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett

Actually, after thinking on it, I'm gunna cut Richie Whitt some slack on this one. The Fan Fest thing was open to media yesterday, but Richie had his show to do so he couldn't make it. Would he tell us it sucked? Who knows.

"I'm hearing people say they can't wait for Super Bowl week to start on Monday. By then they'll be late to the party."

That line is kind of cocky and a veiled shot at The Ticket, since they're starting their radio row broadcasts next week though.

Scruffygeist
Scruffygeist

Way to spit the bit and then shit on it, Whitt.

Today we get a Micheal Young non-story so you can brag about an interview that 6 people heard. Then your starters to an exhibition game. And now a post Merten already did, did better, and wasn't overly interesting to begin with. You're just like those stupid ass cab drivers mentioned in Unfair Park--you have an opportunity to do well based on circumstances but you just aren't bright enough to realize it. The DMN is trying to go all paywall and didn't de-crapify their layout, but instead of enticing people with solid content, you half-ass it in your own douchey, passive-aggressive way. Now we'll get a brainfart End tomorrow where you whine about politics, make a couple dated pop culture references, mention more about the Cowboys than the two sports that are currently active, and go all Sports Domino some more trying to convince us whatever gay club you're going to be at we should also be at so we can witness your short ass get shot down by 5s.

Observer, this blog ain't cutting it being run solo anymore. You're asking Jay Cutler to win the NFC Championship game here, but he's too busy Chris Chrising it up with a bruised vagina.

The best post this week was mine about The Fail's lineup as Texas Rangers. Yeah, I said it. Plus that's sad, considering if I got paid to write I could do alot better than that.

media humorist
media humorist

"Drew Pearson will be on hand. So will Mayor Tom Leppert. And, if all goes smoothly,"

you'll get lucky with mayor tom.

McDoom
McDoom

Merten already beat you to this one yesterday. He said it sucks. Next.

sports graffiti
sports graffiti

Richie actually started the show today mentioning a morning show (obvious Musers reference) talking about broadcasting live from the Super Bowl starting next week. Richie then mentioned his show was already there as if to scoreboard them.

Unfortunately for Richie, the Musers' ratings are about 10x bigger and that is an everyday occurrence.

Chester
Chester

A veiled, yet unwarranted shot at the Ticket since The Fail are the ones that are "too late to the party." They're ratings reflect that.

Josh's broken records
Josh's broken records

Best post of the week winner right here! I told RW along time ago, to give a shout out to the best comment in his weekly Whitts rearend.:

Chuck G.
Chuck G.

Scruffy is dead-on. It's dumbfounding that the DO and The Fail actualy pay your for the garbage that you type in this blog and for the diarrhea that's spewed out of your piehole. How you pulled the wool over the Telegram's eyes for all those years is beyond me but kudos to you for pulling a scam almost the size of Madoff's and laughing your way to the bank. Even your so-called RAGE diminuitive ratings on the radio somehow don't matter to the Fail's management as they continue to showcase you for 5 long, depressing hours each and every weekday. Mind-boggling.

Davy Crockett
Davy Crockett

Stole the words right out of my mouth. I reckon I'll take Merten's word for it and not Richie Whitt's.

Scruffygeist
Scruffygeist

Is that why in the 15 seconds I tried to listen to the Tardline it sounded worse than a Ke$ha song? Any time they go on location they fuck it up and it sounds like shit.

Does Jagger even know the Super Bowl is in Arlington?

arbitron ron
arbitron ron

if u think the Tardline's ratings were bad last month, just wait til u see this months.gavin & gregg pulled better #s with NO promos.

Josh's broken records
Josh's broken records

Damn right Jagger knows the Sbowl is here..he had 9 ball gowns and gags made especially for this week of the Fail does the Bowl..on the cheap..with horrible onairtalent..(not that there's anything wrong with that)

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