Superbowl 2013 – Who Are YOU Cheering For? Predictions?


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  1. mcfyre2012 says:

    No predictions. It’s pretty evenly matched and should be a great game.


  2. LittleLaughter says:



  3. sunnydaze77 says:

    Baltimore Ravens baby yeahhhhh!


  4. sunnydaze77 says:

    This is one reason i am routing 4 the Ravens,(Pats are my team) loved the movie…lolol


  5. Ravens for sure…lived in the Baltimore suburbs for a while when I was a kid, back when they were still the Colts.Plus there’s the Michael Oher angle, that Weed mentions above.


  6. ctdar says:

    not sure why, maybe the QB tattoos πŸ™‚


  7. JOC56 says:

    I don’t like either team so I’ll root for my fellow Fighting Blue Hen Joe Flacco.


    • Coast says:

      I’m pulling for the team that has mostly black players. No wait, I’m pulling for the team that is mostly from the area they represent. That should work. As you can see, I don’t care…but I do enjoy watching a good game.


  8. maggiemoowho says:

    I wasn’t going to watch because of the Anti-gun ads that are going to be aired throughout the game and the NFL are using Sanyhook students to sing America The Beautiful, the same sone that the students are doing in the commercial. NFL is exploiting these kids now to. Not suprising that Bloomberg is behind all this. That said, the Ravens have to win because if the 49ers win they will have as many SB trophies as the Steelers. πŸ™‚


  9. WeeWeed says:

    Right now, we cheer for……..lunch!! πŸ˜€

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  10. elvischupacabra says:

    I hope it’s 3-3 in the fourth quarter and whoever wins, does it with a safety.


  11. cajunkelly says:

    I don’t even care this year. I’m on a board but I don’t even know what my scores ended up being.
    DH is headed to get way too many pounds of mudbugs…I’ll enjoy those and don’t give a damn about the game.
    I’m off work tomorrow too, which means I could celebrate wildly up until midnight…nothing after that…gotta med procedure tomorrow…but nope…don’t care…
    Way too many other worries…. and I’ll probably weep if they start the game with a tribute to our military…then I’ll curse like a cajun sailor.


  12. smokeNmirrors says:

    49’ers by 10.


  13. yankeeintx says:

    My prediction is that Coach Harbaugh’s team will win.


  14. michellc says:

    For the first year ever, I honestly don’t care and won’t be watching. I won’t give any satisfaction to the Blooming Idiots of the world and their airing of anti-gun commercials.

    If you put a gun to my head though, I’d go with the niners.


  15. czarowniczy says:

    I’m cheering for them all to go home! Cranky old man in New Orleans – “HEY! All you fans, get offa my lawn!” Next we have to deal with the Mardi Gras crowd. Harumph. Can’t get into my favorite bar or eateries.


  16. howie says:

    I will bet my bottom dollar the Coach Harbough takes the prize.


  17. theebl says:

    What’s on TV today? A Walking Dead Marathon and Downton Abbey! Booyah!


  18. cajunkelly says:

    I changed my mind. I want the Ravens to lose…specifically lewis. :puke:


  19. cajunkelly says:

    DH is watching. I’m stuffin my face with mudbugs, sushi, and now peanut brittle.

    It’s an eatathon for me! πŸ™‚


    • howie says:

      I am thinking these commercials are awful. The worst ever. What a turn off. Bring on the Clydesdale’s.


      • cajunkelly says:

        That commercial by Jeep *could* have been a nice tribute to our soldiers, except they had that female jackass oprah doing the voice over. πŸ‘Ώ


        • sundance says:

          Last year it was the EXACT SAME MESSAGE, only from Clint Eastwood and that didn’t end up working too good because he was not beholden to Teh One.

          So this year, they went less risk and used Oprah “I’m defined by my race” Winfrey.


  20. ctdar says:

    The mommy & baby wolf commercial
    Best (so far)


  21. ottawa925 says:

    My dogs are watching Puppy Bowl … they actually do watch … getting excited thinking there are real dogs in the house. LOL … I’ve got the game on in the kitchen while preparing some dinner. I’m sorry to any Ravens or SF fans here if that is really your team cause the name (cough) Harbaugh is hard to take in these here parts. Why Jim didn’t just go to coaching immediately is a mystery to me cause IMO he stunk as a QB. At least for Chicago. And when Chicago was going to give him a $12M contract for total failure for the Bears … I almost left the State in protest. So I refuse to look at his face and I hope this game ends with a controversial play that will result in the two H brothers in the middle of the field beating each other up until they are both senseless. That’s it … over and out.


  22. ctdar says:

    Has not been a promising start for SF 😦


  23. cajunkelly says:


    No folks, I swear I ain’t holdin a voodoo doll.


  24. czarowniczy says:

    Probably one of our downtown, Great Dane-sized rats bridging a transformer. Or some member of city government pocketed the $$$ and didn’t pay the power bill


  25. cajunkelly says:

    Prediction; If the 49ers come back now for a win, lewis will be screaming UNFAIR advantage!


  26. maggiemoowho says:

    Lights went out in Dec 2011 when the Steelers played the 49ers. The game was delayed 50min.
    Must be something with the 49ers. They came back after that and pounded my poor Steelers. 😦


  27. cajunkelly says:

    Power loss due to “external feed failure”.

    Some yahoo thought it’d be funny to interrupt the game? Or someone paid off by the vegas group to shut it down.


  28. ctdar says:

    What a change in momentum with lights out, SF in Ravens head now.


  29. brocahontas says:

    Power outage = hacked


  30. ottawa925 says:

    Can I confess (ohhhhhhhh Sharon !!!), when the lights went out and we were waiting, it DID run through my mind that next ARMED gunman were going to rush onto the field and start shooting, so this could be another display of gun violence on the most watched event of the year. That’s how jumpy my government has made me. Terrible huh? I think so too.


  31. ctdar says:

    Clydesdales are in the house!!


  32. cajunkelly says:

    OMG! FINALLY something to LMAO about!
    Joe Theismannβœ” @Theismann7

    Beyonce shit the house down

    1:44 AM – 04 Feb 13

    7,396 Retweets 2,425 favorites

    I’ve laughed so hard my jaws hurt!


  33. maggiemoowho says:

    Budwiser Commercial had me crying. Poor horse just wanted to be with his owner. We didn’t start watching the game until the 2nd half, I wasn’t going to watch, but I am.


    • cajunkelly says:

      Maggie, I saw the preview of that video and told DH to watch for it.

      Yeah, my keyboard got all dusty too. That guy’s body language in stopping his horse showed he knew a thing or two about horses.


      • cajunkelly says:

        The Paul Harvey ad about farmers was nice. Can’t believe they allowed the word God to be uttered so many times.


        • maggiemoowho says:

          That was really nice. I sid the same thing to my husband, I was glad they did that.
          The making of that Budweiser Commercial was on yesterday but they didn’t show the full ad. They did have the trainer on who trained that horse. He said the part where the horse ran with the truck was the hardest because they had to train him to run between a camera truck and the other truck. It was really interesting.


      • debfrmhell says:

        OMGoodness. So… I had to go look at the ad. I didn’t watch the game. **Sniffle** It was beautiful and so touching. Now I need a tissue.


  34. cajunkelly says:

    Reckon if a raven pulls a 49er’s helmet slap off the refs will *finally* call a face mask on ’em? πŸ‘Ώ


  35. ctdar says:

    SF just can’t cover Boldin


  36. ctdar says:

    Last 4 minutes gonna be interesting…Hail Mary??


  37. ctdar says:

    Sims has been saying all along SF better conditioned team


  38. ctdar says:



  39. Wow. I turned it off at 3 minutes because I assumed my rooting for the Ravens had delivered my usual kiss of death.

    What a great game.


  40. janc1955 says:

    I know I sound like an old fuddy duddy, but what the hell. As I was watching Beyonce and her backup dancers strut around in black lingerie … turning, shaking and tapping their backsides at the audience … invoking images of sexual intercourse … and in general putting on what not that long ago would’ve been considered a “soft porn” show, I was disturbed. And the crowd couldn’t get enough of it.

    So word to all the parents of young daughters out there who saw nothing wrong with the Super Bowl pornographic half-time show: when daughter Susie takes her allowance and buys some little pre-teen lingerie at Target, then comes home (or goes elsewhere), dons her trampy outfit and proceeds to shake her 10 or 12 or 14 year-old backside and mimic sexual acts around your living room (or someone else’s) … don’t wonder where that idea came from. Just stock up on birth control devices, preferably that you pay for yourself. Thank you.


    • Sharon says:

      I’m fuddier-duddier. We always watch the super bowl game. We never watch the half time show. (what I mean is, we turn the tv off or go to another channel at that point) ….not since Michael Jackson’s performance many years ago when the entire stadium was in worship as he stood mid-stage with a godlike pose, accepting their adoration for minutes on end–that was the end of it for me. We haven’t had the half time show on since, would no more watch than that other soft porn.

      Ancient Babylon and Rome had absolutely nothing on us: their most vile managers and planners and financiers (all of which they had) would be green with envy at the broadcasts and the saturation of our society.

      No wonder it’s so hard to get anyone’s attention focused for more than five on minutes on the fact that our nation’s house is fully engulfed in flames, is burning down, and it turns out the fire department has been told it’s just a really big marshmellow roast, no need to answer the call.


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