Friday, February 05, 2010

The fix is in! Superbowl Sunday.

It’s an unusual feeling, knowing in advance who is going to win the Superbowl on Sunday night.

I must admit this is the first time it’s happened to me, I have been guessing them for years now, decades, and only occasionally got them right. This time round? Put the house on it, Irene. We’re bringing the kids to Disney Land! Then maybe a romantic get away in Hawaii, with the winnings, don’t you know.

Where does this brazen, arrogant certainty come from?

Having watched the highlights of the Saints v Vikings game for the third time, this time using a note pad and pencil to jot down the exact moments of controversy, it is blatantly obvious the National Football League is only going to allow one outcome in this years Superbowl.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is a New Orleans Saints Victory.

Sound a little out there?

Consider the blatantly fixed Pittsburgh game a couple-a years ago. The fix was in. Consider the three main factors in the Vikings game. The zebras consistently turned a blind eye to the late hits that the Saints were putting on Farve, and then admitted as much after the fact! Goodness. Secondly and thirdly, that phantom pass interference call and then the booth review where they completely ignored the ball hitting the ground to enable a Saints drive to continue.

The arguments against this communist, heathen, heretical and possibly terrorist theory to date? ‘It was still the Vikings fault, the zebras didn’t have twelve men in the huddle’. Fair enough, hide behind that if you like, however it is blatantly obviously the Saints received a home town discount at that ‘till.

Look, basically no one will care if the Colts win the Superbowl. I mean come on, really, will anyone outside Indianapolis care? However, the massive, merchandise gobbling overpouring of emotion that would emanate from a Saints win would be $$ legendary $$.

Folks, mark my words, the fix is already in. The Saints are taking the Lombardi trophy Sunday night.

You heard it here first.



Relax baby, it's in the bag!

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