I'm really surprised we ended up with 1 vs. 2 in both games. Of course, I don't want to talk about the Packers.
I'm not sure this is common knowledge or even that he wants you to know, but the Zim Bros will be attending Super Bowl 50 and covering the weekend's festivities for The W who am I kidding, this part probably isn't happening unless we somehow get really bored and get really good WiFi.
SO! Who will we be seeing two weeks from Sunday? ENTER GUESS NOW:
(I would LIKE to see Denver vs. ...I don't really care who's from the NFC so long as they can beat Denver. I think they can both beat Denver. But can I tell you a secret? I also think New England can probably beat Denver. BECAUSE THEY CHEAT.)
Still think it's so odd that the WWE would schedule the Royal Rumble on the same day as the conference championships.
I also think it'll be Pats/Cards. I don't want the Pats to win again, but I want them to make it to the Super Bowl so my wife and I can have another humiliating bet on the game. Last year I lost and had to go see 50 Shades of Grey on Valentine's Day.
They can talk about Manning vs Brady all they want, what it really comes down to is Gronk vs the Denver Secondary and I give this one to my Broncos by 3 points or less.
In the other game, it comes down to a battle of wills between Larry Fitzgerald & Cam Newton and who just won't lose. The Coronation Committee is readying Cam's Crown but Larry has been there before and he will take the Cardinals back again.
Can't wait to see pictures of the Zims in their SB50 gear. I wonder, will they make the Jumbotron ?
Here are some more thoughts from a demented mind in Central Florida: Matchup I Would Like For The Super Bowl: Any of the remaining teams, so long as the New England Patriots don't make it. Sadly, I don't see that happening.
Matchup We'll Probably Get For The Super Bowl: Carolina Panthers vs. New England Patriots.
I swear, I'm gonna puke if the Patriots win the Super Bowl again.
Why yes, I am both a musician and a lawyer. Thanks for asking. :)
Florida says they ain't leaving http://espn.go.com/ncaa/news/2003/0718/1582628.html Kinda funny that they mention South Carolina, as they were a charter member of the ACC and is the only school to leave the ACC on June 30, 1971. History of the ACC http:...