For some people, tomorrow might be one of the most important days of the year.
Maybe you scored free tickets to Sunday’s Super Bowl.
But then you run the risk of being this creep ↓
Maybe you’re just really into the commercials.
One of my personal favs…
Maybe you’re canine crazy and prefer to watch the Puppy Bowl.
I mean, I wouldn’t blame you, because they’re cute…but I’d judge you a little. I’m judging myself for even knowing about it.
Or maybe you’re like Steph and you’ll be watching the other football.
Umm…yeah, that’s pretty tempting.
Or perhaps you’re actually interested in watching the Super Bowl XLVI. I, myself, am not a huge fan of either team, but since this isn’t a “
Michigan Bowl” or a “Harblow Brothers’ Bowl,” I can stand to watch it.
Maybe one of the most interesting things about this game (for non Giant or Pats fans) is that little bro Eli finally has the opportunity to step out of the shadow that big brother Peyton’s forehead has been casting on him since childhood.
Tomorrow, the Giants will fight for their fourth Super Bowl victory, which will put Eli at two shining championship rings– surpassing his brother in the Manning Family Football Dynasty.
Nope, not that one.
I’m talking about the brother who made it possible for the Super Bowl to be held in Indianapolis this year, because if it weren’t for him, Lucas Oil Stadium wouldn’t even exist.
The last Manning Colts fans will be rooting for is little E, who is vying for the “King” title in the house that an idly-standing-by-spectator-of-the-game Peyton built.
The great Alanis Morissette once asked “isn’t ironic?”
Yes, Alanis, it certainly is.
Unfortunately, the Colts will release Peyton, who’s been cleared by his doctors to move forward with his NFL career, where he will no doubt be picked up by another team so they can draft Andrew Luck in the first round and spare themselves the $28 milli they would’ve owed their super star QB. And while he’s settling in with a new team and preparing to take them to the next Super Bowl, Eli will be cleaning his bling.
It’s gonna get real awkward at family reunions…