Saturday, July 24, 2021

Reasons other Midwest NFL cities aren’t being considered for Monday night’s Bears-Vikes game

As the Vikings scramble to prepare the University of Minnesota's undersized stadium for Monday night's game against the Bears, many football observers are wondering why the contest won't be held at one of the several other Midwestern NFL stadiums. Turns out each has a reason it can't host the game.

Archie Manning admits he only really loves the son that wins the Super Bowl...

During a recent interview with Barbara Walters, Archie Manning revealed that despite having fathered two of the best quarterbacks in recent history, he only really loves the son that wins the Super Bowl that year.

Colts’ Super Bowl appearance puts Indianapolis on the map

The City of Indianapolis doesn't receive much national attention. In fact, if it weren't for the "Indiana" in "Indianapolis," most people would not know to which state it belonged. Case in point: up until the Colts reached the Super Bowl, racing fans mistakenly thought that "Indy 500" was an abbreviation for "Independent 500."

Marvin Harrison can’t decide how many times he’ll burn Tillman

With less than a week to go until Super Bowl XLI, both the Colts and the Bears are finalizing their game plans. The Bears hope to stop Indy's passing attack by putting Charles Tillman on Marvin Harrison, an idea that has the Colts wideout pumped up.

Orville Redenbacher refuses Super Bowl commercial with Peyton Manning

Colts quarterback Peyton Manning has appeared in his share of television ads. Working as a pitchman for such corporations as Sprint, ESPN and MasterCard, the perennial All-Pro's likeness can be seen everywhere.

Tony Dungy thanks the Lord for such a violent sport to coach

Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy publicly thanked the Lord today for all of the blessings bestowed upon him, including the opportunities to play and coach a sport responsible for hundreds of injuries each year.

Colts fan disappointed by Miami’s lack of tractor parking

Colts fan Billy Joe Smitherson was outraged this week when he found there's no place to park his tractor in the metro Miami area where he has traveled to root on his Colts against the Bears in Sunday's Super Bowl.