Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Post-Modern Chart

This blog has taken a while to post. The new plan is to get weekly posts out every Tuesday. Anything extra will be icing on the gravy. Most likely, posts will steadily increase when College Basketball season begins.

Actually, this blog will have somewhat of an NFL flavor in the next few months. The last time this blog attended an NFL game was November 24, 1991 in Milwaukee, WI. This site saw the Mike Tomczak-led Green Bay Packers defeat the Jeff George-led Indianapolis Colts, 14-10. The game was punctuated by a cold snap that had gametime temperatures in the mid-20s (not extra-cold, but earlier in the week temps were in the 40s and 50s). Also of note, though beyond this site's recollection, was that Tomczak made a career-long 48-yard run that day (this fact was uncovered during research for this post).

This Sunday, NFL game number two for this blog will take place in Cincinnati, OH where the Bengals are taking on the Minnesota Vikings. Gametime temps are predicted to be in the high 70s or low 80s. So that's an improvement. This blog's going to go out on a limb and say that Daunte Culpepper and Carson Palmer are better quarterbacks than Tomczak and George were.

A cool part of this trip will be the group this blog is attending with, which will include the Ultimate Sports Road Trip duo, found here. An unending surplus of sports stories will certainly be shared.

Beyond Sunday, in a stunning turn of events, this blog plans to attend the Monday Night Football game November 21st, another Vikings game, this time in Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers. This blog is a lifelong Packer fan, and this will be the first game in Lambeau Field for the site. Undoubtedly a gigantic case of sensory overload will occur, as this is roughly equivalent to receiving one's first kiss from a supermodel (supermodel's children excluded).

Just to clarify that last comment, this blog did not receive its first kiss from a supermodel, but it can imagine. So an almost 14-year-long drought will come to an emphatic ending in the next few weeks. Hopefully it will be as fun as the last one was, only with better teams.

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