Last season the NFL shined in the Lone Star State, as we had a shot to rock the city of Dallas, arriving there for Super Bowl weekend pumped and ready to party for the Super Bowl battle between the Steelers and the Packers.
While the trip was great, and the city was buzzing from the moment of arrival, there was one problem – the weather. The ice storm that hit the area before and after our arrival did put a bit of a damper on the weekends events, but overall, the ice melted and it was time to head to the new Cowboys Stadium, the home that Jerry Jones built.
The atmosphere around a Super Bowl is simply amazing. From people trying to make a huge buck selling tickets, to people hawking merchandise of just about any team, the fun thing to do hours before the game is simply to walk around and people watch.
Getting in the stadium is never easy, and last season with over 100,000 fans at the game, it was a challenge, but props to the folks in Dallas and the police and security for getting all the fans, us included, into the game in a timely manner.
That leads us to this season, as the NFL will take the 46th version of their “Big Game” to the city of Indianapolis. The Broncos are tied for first in the AFC West, and while no one seems to want to give them a shot to play in the big game, don’t count out John Fox’s group of fighters! With wonderkid Tim Tebow leading the way the Broncos have as good of a shot as anyone of playing in the big game!
The game will be played on February 5th at Lucas Oil Stadium, and if there’s one thing you can bet on, it’s that once again the team that plays in Indy during the season – the Colts, won’t be playing in the game that day.
For most, getting to a Super Bowl is darn near impossible. Unless your willing to sell your blood or take out a second mortgage, getting tickets to the game for less than about $2500 is impossible.
That’s where this next bit of news comes in.
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What a prize and a contest! To think that you could be on the field with the likes of Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Ray Lewis, Drew Brees, or any other great NFL stars should give any NFL fan quite the goosebumps.
There’s a couple ways to get involved in the contest, and mind you that using your Visa card will not affect your chances at winning the Visa Signature Team Tackle Sweepstakes.
There’s some things you have to remember about the contest – you can play every day until December 18th, and also can get multiple entries every day when you invite your friends to play!
If your not lucky enough to win the trip to the Bowl, you can be one of the 400 fans winning $100 NFLShop.com gift card prizes!
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