NO 49ers AT 47.
Must be a whole lot of celebrating (and planning to go to Disney) going on by those guys in the purple. Good job pulling it back together, Ravens. We almost lost you after the power outage, but alas, you couldn’t go home letting those 49ers take the lead…or the trophy…or the rings. What will we do on Sundays now?? Beyonce was gorgeous and wonderful but it was the Sandy Hook Children’s Chorus, Jennifer Hudson and most of all Alicia Keyes that brought me to (much more than) tears. Alicia Keyes better get the credit she deserves this morning. As for the commercials, I must have napped through many of them as I already need a refresher.
For those that took yesterdays Super Bowl quiz —here are ALL the answers. You’ll have to go back to yesterday’s post to get the questions. If you are on FB I think you only see today’s entry. By putting peaceandfitness.com in your browser, you can access the entire site. Make it a great Monday and I’ll be back tomorrow morning after another big weigh in on Biggest Loser. After a Super Bowl weekend, it’s time for me to hit the scale, (and the big pot of vegetable soup I made yesterday, in preparation of damage control) too.
1. Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson.
2. The Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texas and Jacksonville Jaguars have not played in a Super Bowl .
3. The teams with four Super Bowl losses: Buffalo Bills (0-4), Minnesota Vikings (0-4), Denver Broncos (2-4) and New England Patriots (3-4).
4. Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.
5. The Washington Redskins’ Timmy Smith ran for 204 yards and two touchdowns in Super Bowl XXII against the Broncos. That’s shocking considering he only ran for 602 yards and three touchdowns in his entire NFL regular-season career.
6. Roger Staubach (1963 Heisman with Navy, Super Bowl VI with Cowboys); Jim Plunkett (1970 Heisman with Stanford, Super Bowl XV with Raiders); Marcus Allen (1981 Heisman with USC, Super Bowl XVIII with Raiders); Desmond Howard (1991 Heisman with Michigan, Super Bowl XXXI with Packers).
7. Miami, which has hosted 10 Super Bowls. On Sunday, New Orleans will tie Miami when it hosts its 10th Super Bowl.
8. The Giants’ Phil Simms in Super Bowl XXI against Denver. Simms riddled the Broncos, completing 22-of-25 passes for 268 yards, three touchdowns, no interceptions and a 150.9 rating.
9. Kicker Adam Vinatieri drilled a 48-yard field goal kick as the clock ran out in Super Bowl XXXVI, earning the Patriots their first title by
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw looks for an open reciever against the Dallas Cowboys on Jan 21, 1979, during Super Bowl XIII in Miami. (Associated Press file)