k, i'm not a professional. and i know next to nothing about football. in fact, i didn't even recognize manning, which in mississippi is a hanging offense. in fact, i was thinking, that kid out there must be like seventeen, judging by the scant fuzz on his upper lip (isn't that nice that they let him play?), before i realized that was the dude.
but i do like that the game is close. it is interesting to me because they seem to be well-matched. one team is not creaming the other, and that makes for some good game.
and i get to see each play covered from twelve different angles. so that even a complete novice like myself can easily see what's what. and by the time the eight showing is featured, i can mimic the commentator ("OH, that hadda hurt!").
i kept my interruptions and questions to a minimum. my guy only once seemed a touch impatient, and really, kenya blame him?!? i think not. after all, i was badgering him about something that apparently i'd only thought i'd seen (the score was NOT six, but three); why, huh, why? how come? why fer?
tom petty and the heartbreakers started sorta slow, giving a lackluster performance of "american girl". but then they stepped it up and the next three songs were rockin along quite nicely. a vintage performance, all in all.
some ads are good. some are not. there were a few that i hope i see again, esp the sobe knock off of 'thriller'. there were some that i hope never air again.
now, for the second half. uhm, a leap means one too many men on field?