There's only one exception that I can see and that's the Giants. If the Giants are in the Superbowl then it's okay to switch sides because they're a New York team and that takes precedence if you want it to, but beyond that we're AFC and we gotta go AFC at times like this.
It's so good of you to tell us all who we should root for in all scenarios.
"And so I'm gonna take this.....and I'm gonna write it down on a piece of paper.....and I'm gonna put that paper inside my helmet.....so that every time I make a play......What they said is on my mind......and I will USE IT as MOTIVATION......and I will give them EVERYTHING.....EVERYTHING that they said I couldn't give...."
"Ray, you've given these people everything!"
"Not everything....not yet..."
I'm rooting for a good game. But, I'll probably be partial to the Ravens since they knocked the Gaytriots out of the playoffs for us.
I'm thinking that if I pull down the old walls this week, I can do tile next weekend and probably be ready to drywall on Saturday and paint on Sunday the week after that. Yep, this new downstairs bathroom is going to look great!
If Jets, then Jets.
If not Jets, then AFC Superbowl representative, unless Patriots, then NFC.
If not Jets, and Giants rep NFC, then Giants.
Pretty simple really.
Confused- no way I could ever root for the Giants. EVER.
Rooting for the Ravens- they became a Cinderella team, they beat Manning and Brady in back-to-back weeks (1 other QB has accomplished that feat although he's sharply declined since then), and dislike Jim Harbaugh (Vin knows why).
So you haven't watched the Superbowl in the past 45 years?
Man, killing me eh? Maybe read the post next time before commenting on it. What I said was, I don't know how anyone can have a rooting interest and be happy when that team wins the Super Bowl every year because it obviously isn't the Jets. Never said I don't watch the Super Bowl, but I'll give you that I sure as hell have never been overly excited about watching one, just because it's not my team. Guess I should have been jumping for joy over watching Pats-Giants twice in the past six years, just because of the high quality of football