I don’t know what to make of all this courtship from London to the NFL, except to realize the NFL–like any other league–will screw over its loyal fanbases if it means getting dollars from someplace else in the short run. And the League’s constant denial of a London Super Bowl tells us one thing: there will be a London Super Bowl. But the And this is from an ESPN article…from 2007.
“There’s a great deal of interest in holding a Super Bowl in London,” Goodell told reporters Monday. “So we’ll be looking at that.”
Us having a Super Bowl in London? Totally conjecture, we haven’t seen a bid. My ass.
This thing is gonna happen. We’re gonna be watching our own damn championship at 11 am in 2014. And I’ll spare you the flag-waving hoo-ha; the bottom line is that London will be That Other Super Bowl Site that will keep the owners’ minds wandering and their wallets open when it comes time to bid for the 2014 Super Bowl, the next game for which bids will be made.
It’s like when your girlfriend starts giving you grief, and then this really hot girl moves into the cubicle next to you at work, and suddenly your girlfriend gets all insecure and then one night says, “Yeah, I guess I’ll do anal.” But the NFL doesn’t settle for anal. It never does. This League is an outfit that leaves no bodily orifice unturned, and you better believe it’s only a matter of time before we all get screwed.