Login | Contact Us | Site Map | Archives | Alerts | Electronic edition | Subscribe to the paper
Subscribe to RSS   Add to My Yahoo!

May 24, 2006 12:00 AM

Super Bowl or Bust

drew0524toon.gif

So the NFL owners were in town. Seems like they always end up meeting in Phoenix or someplace like that. Do you think just maybe Pat Bowlen was trying to get them all to see how great it is here. Better than say, Detroit. Denver, Colorado. The Mile High City. A great place for a Super Bowl someday, don't ya think, fellas? Who knows . . . stranger things have happened. Did I mention Detroit?

drew0524ruff.gif



Discussion

  • May 24, 2006

    10:23 AM

    Turkleton writes:

    Detroit has an indoor stadium, Denver does not.

  • May 24, 2006

    10:49 AM

    Dave writes:

    This is the NFL, not the AFL...play the game outdoors not inside...oh yeah before I forget GO CRUSH!

  • May 25, 2006

    10:31 AM

    Bill writes:

    Some of the best games I have ever experienced was in a cold, outdoor stadium with a little drizzle on my face watching Denver and whoever go at it.! I guess I have learned a long time ago how to dress really warm and enjoy the season that football has become so well acquianted with. Maybe Denver can offer "bun" warmers and heated vests during the superbowl in Denver?

  • May 25, 2006

    10:51 PM

    Jed writes:

    Football is a seasonal sport and 2/3 of the nation has the potential to experience true football weather during the Super Bowl season just like during the playoffs. Why avoid the natural football weather risk? Potential drama and opportunity are equal for both teams!

  • February 26, 2010

    11:32 AM

    Josette Chenette writes:

    I've been to your site a few times and I can't help but notice how helpful it is. I've been searching Google for tips and how-to articles. Yours is one of the best that I've found and I will definitely be coming back.

Join the discussion

Required
Required (Will not be published or sold)

Videos

More Videos »

Please download the latest version of Adobe Flash Player, or enable JavaScript for your browser to view the video player.

About this blog

Search this blog

Recent posts

Posts by topic