Packers president thinks Lambeau Super Bowl is "very intriguing"

Now that the NFL has awarded a Super Bowl to a cold-weather city without a dome, every other cold-weather city without a dome is going to want one. And that includes Green Bay.

There’s already a movement afoot among Packers fans to get a Super Bowl at Lambeau Field, and Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy says he’d like to look into it.

Murphy says hosting a Super Bowl in Green Bay is “very intriguing, but there are a lot of logistical requirements that need to be researched.”

For those of us who love NFL history and love outdoor football in the cold, it would be great to see the championship of the NFL determined at Lambeau Field for the first time since the Ice Bowl in 1967.

Realistically, however, there’s no chance of it happening. The NFL has already indicated that it’s not going to bend the rule requiring cities to have an average February temperature of 50 degrees or play in a dome for cities other than New York. And because of the need for hotel rooms, Green Bay couldn’t host all of the Super Bowl week festivities — the only viable option would be to have all of the Super Bowl events two hours away in Milwaukee.

But even though it’s not going to happen, Murphy is right: The idea is very intriguing.

93 responses to “Packers president thinks Lambeau Super Bowl is "very intriguing"

  1. No one wants a Super Bowl to occur in a crime infested city where people shoot at their own football stadium. Shows how classy the “good wholesome folks” of Green Bay are.

  2. “Lots of logistical requirements that need to be researched”….like where the **** is Green Bay and can you get there from here?

  3. Now everybody thinks they deserve a Super Bowl in their hometown. Ive been to Green Bay, and it’s no town for a Super Bowl.

  4. But Lambeau remains a strong contender for the next World Ice Hockey Championships.

  5. I can see it now…
    “…and fans, if you are the first one to get struck by a bullet during todays game you will receive a signed Aaron Rodgers soccer ball”.

  6. I agree 100%, Green Bay and Chicago would be a “perfect” location for a Super Bowl now that the NFL is handing out Cold weather Super bowl hosting. FYI…Im a VIKING fan.

  7. I think it is pretty shady for Goodell and his posse to bend the rules for one team but say they are not going to do it for the next team.
    If you do it for New York, why not Green Bay and Ice Bowl II in 2015!

  8. I don’t know why everyone is complaining about cold weather Sb games. Global warming will fix that. Give GB the game in 2018 and they will play in a low 65 degree temperature.
    I am super Cereal.
    -Al Gore

  9. Its a shame the NFL is such a sellout these days. Nothing would be better than the 50th SB being played on the most legendary football field of all time, in the snow, with Madden coming out of retirement and calling the game. That would generate so much interest that it couldn’t be bad for business.

  10. Make the team that represents their respective city earn it! If you win your conference, you host the super bowl! The team with largest margin of victory in their conference championship game earns the right to host the super bowl.
    Wouldn’t that be exciting for the fans?

  11. Just do what Dallas and New York did. Build a new ‘billion dollar plus’ stadium and you can have a Superbowl. Call back when that’s done. Otherwise STFU.

  12. here’s what the research on the ‘logisitcal requirements’ for a Green Bay super bowl turned up:
    -Snow bad, Sun good
    -Wisconsin isn’t ‘fun’
    -Lambeau, despite its reputation, is an old, decrepit toilet of a stadium
    -Wisconsin men & women are indistinguishable from each other, like dwarves in Lord of the Rings
    -being constipated until the return home, from all of the forced consumption of cheese, is no incentive to lure people to Wisconsin
    -people don’t like catching pneumonia or hypothermia

  13. If the Superbowl were actually about football, having it in places like Green Bay or Chicago would make complete sense. The problem is, that the Superbowl is about everything other than football.
    My only hope is that the New York Superbowl takes place during a blizzard, and the television ratings are historically high (since lousy weather is good for ratings). So that other northern climes get their chance.

  14. Packers president thinks Lambeau Super Bowl is “very intriguing”, Saint Dungy, not so intrigued

  15. It would be amazing, but I just don’t see it happening. Green Bay is way too small for a Superbowl. I would love to see it though.

  16. STOP WITH THIS NONE_SENSE!!!
    This is a one time thing that NY is getting this SB. Read up on it already.
    What they may have to do is put it in New Orleans to give them income coming in sense the damn BP oil mess. That will have a huge impact on the economy for years with the seafood industry.

  17. Absurd.
    Everyone is overlooking the main point. THE GAME. Screw “the fans” and their “experience.” What it’s all about is the two best teams lining up and settling the score as to who the best is, on a neutral field where weather conditions won’t play a factor in the game.
    The NFL just has a woody for New York. Let this pass by and back to the south, or a dome, for everyone!

  18. Maybe Minnesota should start hoping for a Super Bowl in 2015………. Wait……They should start hoping they actually have a team in 2015

  19. who did not see this non sense coming from a mile away?
    GB perfect for a SB? Do they even have an intl air port?
    No fly over should get a SB period, and they should get fined for even suggesting it.

  20. And now you know why, despite all of the logistical risks of having the SB in NJ, all of these owners voted for it.
    I heard on TV that Robert Kraft was one of the biggest supporters. Now why do you suppose he would do that? hmmmm………..

  21. Lambeau should host a Super Bowl, so only true fans would attend. Most Super Bowls are attended by a bunch of drunks or corporate types who have limited interest in the actual game. I am not including the true fans who do attend the Super Bowl to root for their team. If the Super Bowl was at Lambeau, it would more about real football and less about corporate parties and sponsorship.

  22. Didn’t anyone learn from the disaster that was Jacksonville? Small towns can’t handle an event as big as the Superbowl. Yes there is a biased for New York and there should be! It’s F-ing New York! Capital of the world! Not some frozen hick town in the middle of nowhere. There are only two northern cities w/o a dome that can handle the SB, NY is one and Chicago is the other. Otherwise the game can stay in warm weather cities.

  23. Contra latches onto one shooting story and now Green Bay is ‘crime infested’??!. Meanwhile, the Minneapolis Star Tribune has a story of someone getting gunned down almost daily. Get a grip, buddy.
    Oh, and no way in hell is the Super Bowl coming to Green Bay. NFC Championship game, yes.

  24. PossibleCabbage says:
    May 26, 2010 2:22 PM
    My only hope is that the New York Superbowl takes place during a blizzard, and the television ratings are historically high (since lousy weather is good for ratings). So that other northern climes get their chance.
    ==================
    You obviously have zero understanding of the NY/NJ metropolitan area. If there is a blizzard that day, it will be a disaster. Traffic into the Meadowlands complex from Manhattan is a mess in the best of weather. If there is even moderate snow or freezing rain that day, the big wigs who paid $10,000 for their tickets will be watching the game from their hotel rooms. That may not matter to you or me, but you can be damn sure it matters to Roger Goodell.
    Your argument about lousy weather making good ratings is valid for the regular season. But somehow, I don’t think there is this huge group of people who don’t watch the Super Bowl because it isn’t played in the snow.

  25. There are not many hotels in GB, but Jimmy Smith and Bobby Nelson have offered to rent out space in their trailers. It will include a Green Bay continental breakfast…a Bud and a Brat.

  26. The only reason Florio would want this posted is to open the forum for your responses to it.
    You guys have missed your mark. You’re off today.
    Expectations were much higher. Maybe some of the posters on this board need to visit that Galea dude.

  27. # realitypolice says: May 26, 2010 2:30 PM
    I heard on TV that Robert Kraft was one of the biggest supporters. Now why do you suppose he would do that? hmmmm………..
    ___________________________________
    Because he is smart……..

  28. Contra is short for “contracted”, as in “She contracted V.D. in a bathroom stall at the Metrodome.”
    Contra… take out your anger elsewhere. Or is this just what you do until your kids get off the bus?

  29. Its way too cold in Green Bay (as well as the rest of the upper midwest) for all the pretty boy ticket buyers. Where would the celebrities sit? How could we show them on TV if they aren’t there? And how on earth could we get a geriatric british band to come and sing for us. Thank God the Super Bowl is a ratings show and not a football game.

  30. While we’re at it lets have a superbowl in alaskas tundra.
    Come on this is pathetic fans want vacations and good times not in frozen land

  31. Granted, it will never happen because Green Bay is too small but Lambeau Field is a special place to see a football game, I would encourage everyone to see at least one game there if only for the experience.
    By everyone, I include the Viking fans but I have to warn you, in Green Bay, you have to buy your tickets, we have no local corporations footing the bill like you do in Minneapolis.

  32. Chicago sounds like a good place to me! Can’t deny the venue, plenty of room and attractions, and it’d be nice having home field advantage 😉 since we will be talking future here, and it will be the post-angelo/lovie era.

  33. Charles Wood says:
    May 26, 2010 2:50 PM
    Contra is short for “contracted”, as in “She contracted V.D. in a bathroom stall at the Metrodome.”
    Contra… take out your anger elsewhere. Or is this just what you do until your kids get off the bus?

  34. I can’t see a Green Bay Super Bowl, the fact that there isn’t enough hotel rooms to accomodate bassically prevents it from ever happening. You would think a Chicago Super Bowl would be appealing to the league though, almost as much as New York. It is one of the largest cities in the US and has a recently renovated stadium and obviously the city has enough hotel rooms to accomodate the game.

  35. Some “logistical requirements that need to be researched”?
    Yeah that’s an understatement. There’s so many reasons why holding a Super Bowl in Green Bay would not work it’s not worth listing them all.

  36. Who is Mike Jones says:
    May 26, 2010 2:18 PM
    Make the team that represents their respective city earn it! If you win your conference, you host the super bowl! The team with largest margin of victory in their conference championship game earns the right to host the super bowl.
    Wouldn’t that be exciting for the fans?

  37. People bemoan the fact that events would have to be held 2 hrs. away in Milwaukee – exactly how long does it take to get from Manhatten to the Meadows? Also consider the fact that the people in Wisc. aren’t nearly as freaked out by snow as those in e.g., DC, not to mention what would happen if it snowed in Dallas? (anyone remember the Turkey Day about 10 years ago?) GB may be cold – but how much snow do they really get compared to NYC? Finally, is it any more unfair to play in the cold than inside on a rug? Doesn’t the latter favor teams such as the Colts or Saints vs. those built for the cold such as the Ravens or Steelers?

  38. It puts the lotion on the skin says:
    May 26, 2010 2:49 PM
    # realitypolice says: May 26, 2010 2:30 PM
    I heard on TV that Robert Kraft was one of the biggest supporters. Now why do you suppose he would do that? hmmmm………..
    ___________________________________
    Because he is smart……..
    ====================
    Damn right he’s smart. And don’t be shocked if we find out later that he was promised something in return for his support. Kraft is one of the most influential owners in the NFL, and his backing was a huge plus.

  39. murray22 says:
    May 26, 2010 2:35 PM
    Lambeau should host a Super Bowl, so only true fans would attend. Most Super Bowls are attended by a bunch of drunks or corporate types who have limited interest in the actual game. I am not including the true fans who do attend the Super Bowl to root for their team. If the Super Bowl was at Lambeau, it would more about real football and less about corporate parties and sponsorship.
    ==========
    And that is why it will never happen. Who loves those corporate parties and sponsorships more than anyone? The NFL.

  40. “So long as JimmySmith and Bob Nelson are slamming Viking threads I will be here slamming GB threads.”
    Well said Contra. I’ve been to Lambeau, as far as a football experience goes it’s fantastic, but the amenities are weak. Instead of enhancing the quality of the experience, the organization sells tours to dim-witted Packer fans who actually pay to view the stadium in July. I guess that’s what happens when dellusional fans put their team on such a pedestal. By the way, great game I attended back in Jan. 2005. The Vikes eliminated those turds in the wild-card.

  41. Wouldn’t it be sweet if the Vikings won their first superbowl in Green Bay.
    That may be enough to finally put an end to Jimmy!

  42. Green Bay is the only true football town there is; the superbowl belongs there; and for lack of hotel accomidations; do your homework; opposing teams stay in Appleton, which is twenty minutes south of gb and has plenty of accomidations and hotels; everyone knows that if your an out o towner going to a packer game, you stay in Appleton.
    Green Bay superbowl L

  43. ibleedgreen_n_gold says:
    May 26, 2010 3:04 PM
    Contra
    Maybe your Vikes will get to host a SB… In LA! hahahahahaha
    —-
    Keep holding on that wish wish because in the VERY SLIGHT chance that the Vikings do move…maybe, just maybe…you will get 2 extra wins in your record as opposed to the 2 losses when GB plays MN.

  44. “If you win your conference, you host the super bowl!”
    You win the prize for most idiotic comment of the day. Let’s hear your proposal for planning a billion dollar event that currently takes several years to map out and squeeze all of that planning into the two weeks after the conference championship.
    However, I am getting a kick out of all the GB fans who are buying into Peter King’s moronic prediction of the Packers being the #1 team this season.

  45. I’m a HUGE Packer fan and my wedding reception is actually at Lambeau in two months….but Green Bay could possibly be the worst city to try and have a super bowl. In February, there is literally nothing to do and the NFL would lose millions having it there.

  46. Contra has such bad Packer envy I almost feel bad for him. What gives it away is how desperately they stalk this site to try and post negative comments about one of the leagues (non-partisans would agree) most special franchises. Is there really that little to do in minnesota that internet trolling is all you have?

  47. @tufar says:
    May 26, 2010 2:45 PM
    There are not many hotels in GB, but Jimmy Smith and Bobby Nelson have offered to rent out space in their trailers. It will include a Green Bay continental breakfast…a Bud and a Brat.
    ————————————-
    great post….we could include Frank Burns…he could drive his Black & Urine trailer up there…..

  48. @tufar says:
    May 26, 2010 2:45 PM
    There are not many hotels in GB, but Jimmy Smith and Bobby Nelson have offered to rent out space in their trailers. It will include a Green Bay continental breakfast…a Bud and a Brat.
    ————————————-
    great post….we could include Frank Burns…he could drive his Black & Urine trailer up there…..

  49. Jacksonville gets the SB. Freaking INDIANAPOLIS gets the SB. If Green Bay gets it, we’re a hop away from Iowa City or Omaha. After that, they’ll just start having it “Over at Bill’s house”….and you better bring your own ice.

  50. Why would anyone want to go to Green Bay in February? What is there to do there at anytime? Green Bay is probably the worst choice oout of every NFL city! I can see Super Bowl in London before Green Bay!

  51. Sooo why are people posting about the Vikings?
    Im a Vikings Fan and am a resident of Wisconsin.
    Green Bay is not a good place for the Superbowl

  52. The SB should be played on a neutral site. Some place where there isn’t a team that will make it to that game.
    I vote Oakland.

  53. Katmanduu says: May 26, 2010 2:26 PM
    Absurd.
    Everyone is overlooking the main point. THE GAME. Screw “the fans” and their “experience.” What it’s all about is the two best teams lining up and settling the score as to who the best is, on a neutral field where weather conditions won’t play a factor in the game.
    The NFL just has a woody for New York. Let this pass by and back to the south, or a dome, for everyone!
    ====================================
    People would still go to the Super Bowl if it were in Iceland (God forbid it leaves the USA, but that’s another discussion.)
    The NFL and GODell are all about the Benjamins.
    Goodell is still working for his old boss Woody Johnson. That is what the NY hard-on is all about.

  54. Lambeau Field is the “Crown Jewel” of the NFL. If it’s possible for the NFL to hold the Super Bowl in Green Bay- they will find a way to do it. It may take a decade or two, but it will happen some day.

  55. montanabob says:
    May 26, 2010 3:38 PM
    everyone knows that if your an out o towner going to a packer game, you stay in Appleton.
    Green Bay superbowl L
    ====================
    Appleton?!!?!!?? Appleton!?!?!?!?! Listen, dude, there is a big difference between the number of hotel rooms needed for a visiting team and a few of their fans and the thousands of rooms needed for a Super Bowl. 90% of the people at the Super Bowl are from out of town, along with thousands of celebrities and hangers-on and media, etc. who don’t even go to the game.
    Listen- I’ve been to Appleton many times on business, I have visited more than a few of Appleton’s fine drinking establishments, I like Appleton, and yes the Paper Valley Hotel is huge. But Appleton ain’t Super Bowl huge, my friend, not by a long shot.

  56. ClayMath52 says:
    May 26, 2010 3:48 PM
    I’m a HUGE Packer fan and my wedding reception is actually at Lambeau in two months….but Green Bay could possibly be the worst city to try and have a super bowl. In February, there is literally nothing to do and the NFL would lose millions having it there.
    —-
    Wow, excellent choice. Let me guess, Ted Thompson will be the priest wearing a stupid cheese wedge hat and Aaron Rodgers will be there to help toss the bouquet. Its the equivalent of getting married at the Little White Chapel in Las Vegas. Maybe Mike McCarthy will be there to serve your guests at the buffet line if there is anything left after he gets first dibs. Somethings you just keep to yourself and your wedding reception location was one of them. Classic!

  57. Seattle would be a great place for a superbowl! plenty of hotels. it may rain. ah who’m I kidding, it WILL rain. but we’d love to have the SuperBowl!

  58. Chicago wouldn’t be a possibility unless the NFL changes the eligibility rules to host a SB. Stadiums need to have a capacity of 70K+ to be eligible. Soldier Field only has 61,500 seats. The league low. 😦

  59. “Why would anyone want to go to Green Bay in February?”
    I would go to Green Bay in February to watch the Superbowl in quite probably the single most historic stadium in the history of football. This would be a truly great experience for people who are seriously into football, but probably a disaster for the standard lukewarm fans and irrelevant media circus we get for the Superbowl.
    Personally, if I were going to attend the superbowl I would only really want to focus on the game. Night life, shopping, non-football events? I can get those in any number of cities that are not hosting the superbowl at any time of year. The superbowl ought to be about football, first and foremost. It’s not, and it’s not going to start being what it should be, but one can always hope.

  60. oooh oooh oooooh
    I have a cool idea… let’s just have the Super Bowl in July (preferably right after the 4th of July campers get home). but i suppose in order to do that we’d have to play football all year round. sounds good to me!

  61. Please keep writing your ignorant and mean-spirited digs at my hometown of Green Bay.
    I have a great job. It’s an amazing place to raise a family. My house would cost 2 to 3 times as much in a larger city. Cost of living is low, period. My commute is eight minutes. I’m less than an hour away from quality outdoor activities like hunting, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, camping, and more.
    The more you paint your hateful picture of our town and people, the less we have to worry about people like you moving here and taking it away from us. 🙂

  62. A Super Bowl could NEVER be held in Green Bay for many reasons. a few key ones….
    1) The dump is too small to handle any event bigger than a traveling carnival. Real cities hold the SB.
    2) The SB Trophy is named after Lombardi. A bogus mystique has been given to Lamblow over the years. If a SB were to expose the reality of the place and it’s people all respect would be lost for the backwards inbreds.
    3) No entertainer in their right mind would freeze their nipples for a halftime show there. Maybe JimmySmith and Bob Nelson could beat off at midfield to Da Da Duh Da da..go Pack go…even though the pack would never be in the SB…..would please the WI residents
    4) way too much alcohol would be consumed by the drunkest state in the USA. The SB would run a risk of bad publicity due to abuse(both animal and domestic)burning of Favre items and flaunting of severe obesity shown by its natives. Not a pretty image for the NFL….

  63. Having the SB in the North is an absolute joke
    Nobody wants the SB played in freezing, snow weather except for the fans of that city
    It is stupidity at its finest to think that allowing the weather to determine the SB winner is a good idea
    Let both teams play in a dome or hot weather area and let the BEST TEAM WIN.
    Not the team that best plays best in 5 feet of snow

  64. Contra says:
    “Somethings you just keep to yourself and your wedding reception location was one of them. Classic!”
    Well the bride is from the area and the lack of places to have it led to Lambeau. Since I live in MPLS many queens fans will be in attendance….and they’re all pretty excited.

  65. Although I’m a Packer fan, it would be impossible to have a Super Bowl in Green Bay. I don’t even want to have a Super Bowl here. The fact that this is all being taken so literally is pretty funny. Murphy said it’s “intriguing” but said himself there are logistical problems which is pc for “no way in hell.” He’s not dumb, it’d be impossible to host a Super Bowl considering the needs and aims of the NFL for the event.
    Also lol at whoever said Green Bay is “crime infested.” It’s about as far from crime infested as you can be. In all likelihood it was a Wisconsin Viking fan shooting at the stadium.

  66. The NFC championship games at Lambeau are great, why not the Super Bowl?
    There could be a big ice fishing tourney on Monday. Pool tournament on Tuesday. Tailgaiting would start on Wednesday and end on Monday after the game. RV parking in peoples backyards near the stadium would neutralize the shortage of hotels in Green Bay. It could be done.

  67. GoUPackers says: May 26, 2010 4:49 PM
    Please keep writing your ignorant and mean-spirited digs at my hometown of Green Bay.
    I have a great job. It’s an amazing place to raise a family. My house would cost 2 to 3 times as much in a larger city. Cost of living is low, period. My commute is eight minutes. I’m less than an hour away from quality outdoor activities like hunting, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, camping, and more.
    The more you paint your hateful picture of our town and people, the less we have to worry about people like you moving here and taking it away from us. 🙂
    ————————————————————-
    You are absolutely right. Up north wisconsin is a true gem, it’s why people from chicago trip over themselves coming up to visit it on the weekends. Also, small town life rules. Sure you don’t have a world class museum, zoo, or orchestra but hell, how often do people who live in large cities visit those attractions? Cripes, just drive from GB to milwaukee or chicago on the weekend if you need a fine arts fix. Otherwise than that, you get a better quality of life and it costs you far less.

  68. It will give FAVRE a chance to win another SB in front of the wussy GB Fans, and crush their stupid hearts….
    I’m all for it….
    Anyway, there’s no chance that Ted Thompson and AWAD will EVER win the SB either….
    Suckit Packer TV babies…

  69. New York winters are nothing compared to Green Bay’s.
    Green Bay is completely absurd to host a SB.
    Remember the Ice Bowl?

  70. I am betting there are more cows in Green Bay than hotel rooms capable of handling an influx of about 100,000 people. Not to mention restaurants to cater to them, the problem of increased traffic, and whatever logistical problem may and probably will occur. Even if you implement the surrounding areas to fill the need, I would bet the area couldn’t handle it. Some places aren’t suited to host a Super Bowl.

  71. “GoUPackers says:
    May 26, 2010 4:49 PM
    The more you paint your hateful picture of our town and people, the less we have to worry about people like you moving here and taking it away from us. :-)”
    Sheesh, talk about missing the point. The cold and boredom has messed with your logic. No one’s MOVING to Green Bay, we’re talking about VISITING for the Super Bowl, and that it is not a city worthy of hosting a huge party that is the Super Bowl.
    I notice in your rant about outdoor activities you didn’t mention a single fun place to go INDOORS in February, ie., winter.
    The average temperature in Green Bay in February is 29 degrees, three below freezing. There’s a reason you have such a short commute, no one in their right mind wants to live in Green Bay.

  72. Contra, did you read the whole article last week on the bullets at Lambeau? The bullets were strays from a driveby shooting at a nearby gas station. Nobody is shooting at Lambeau, and I would hardly say that Green Bay is “crime infested.” And no, I am not from Green Bay or any place near there.

  73. This is funny. Green Bay? I think Idaho or Montana or Nebraska are in line before Fat Bay.
    Eugene Robinson could not find a chick below 200 LBS to service him in GB.

  74. The Lombardi trophy is not and has never been awarded to the best team. If you were really interested in having the best team win the superbowl, you’d have to change the NFL playoffs to a format other than single elimination. Since a single elimination format regularly allows the best team to be eliminated by a lucky bounce, a lesser team getting hot, or, for example, adverse weather conditions on the way to the superbowl. If you look back at past seasons, the “best team” regularly doesn’t even play in the superbowl.
    The Lombardi trophy is, and always has been, awarded to the team who scores the most points in the championship game. Being the “best team” has nothing to do with it and never has. You give the trophy to the team that was the best team for that 3.5 hour period. Playing in a blizzard or playing in a torrential rainstorm won’t change anything about it.

  75. uh the ice bowl was for the nfc championship game. not the superbowl MDS.
    Green Bay deserves the to have a super bowl. End of story.
    Que that fatass, redneck, and the small town comments.

  76. I’m a Packer fan and even I don’t see this as being a practical idea. Seeing a SuperBowl played on the hallowed turf of Lambeau Field would be great, but there is no way Green Bay or even the Fox Valley in general, could handle all the events, distractions, and build-up in the week preceding the Main Event.

  77. Of all the cities in the NFL, Green Bay would be the worst location to host a super bowl from a financial, logistical, and fan experience perspective. Nobody wants to pay Super Bowl ticket price to stay in a Super 8 and freeze their balls off at the game. It is f’ing cold up north that time of year. New York doesn’t even compare.
    Sure it is cute how the trophy is named after a former coach there and that the team has been around since the beginning. But cute just doesn’t cut it sometimes.

  78. @ Contra
    “So long as JimmySmith and Bob Nelson are slamming Viking threads I will be here slamming GB threads.”
    ___
    After reading this, I hope you are not raising kids, because vengeance seems to be high in your personality traits.
    And that is why, I had no doubt in my mind, you were going to be the first post on this thread. Thanks for not letting me down!

  79. The funny thing about all you southern and western dorks making comments about any of these teams in the north east, is that your so called great cities deserve “Superbowls” because of the weather and logistics. Well where were you great metropolises when this league started. Hmm. The fan bases in the north east kept this league alive during some rough stretches, when your ancestors were poking thier sisters, brewing whiskey that blinds people, and birthing the joke known as Nascar. I’m glad New York got a SB, and I hope Philly, Chicago, Cleaveland, Green Bay, and others get consideration.

  80. JimmySmith says:
    May 26, 2010 3:02 PM
    Granted, it will never happen because Green Bay is too small but Lambeau Field is a special place to see a football game, I would encourage everyone to see at least one game there if only for the experience.
    ———————
    By experience Jimmy means there will be 300 pound cows all around you. Each stuffing her face nonstop with cheese and brats for the entire game. It is like going to the zoo, you have to see it in person to fully appreciate the experience.

  81. If you have not won a super bowl in the past decade, you can’t host it! Give it to last years Super Bowl winner, they deserve it.

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