Feb 032014
 
Super Bowl XLVIII top ten observations from the cheap seats in Dallas Cowboys land

Another less-than-Super Bowl is in the books. Super Bowl XLVIII will now take its place alongside Super Bowl XXVII (Cowboys 52, Bills 17) and Super Bowl XXIV (49ers 55, Broncos 10) as an all-time old-fashioned butt-kickin’. Now that the festivities are done and the countdown to draft day 2014 begins, it is time to make […]

Jan 222013
 
Dallas Cowboys Super Bowls past and passed

While Jerry fiddles and (Jim) Rome burns, the Dallas Cowboys have quietly passed the torch to other teams. Like an Olympic runner carrying the torch (if the runner was falling down drunk and weaving in and out of traffic), Jerry has passed the Super Bowl supremacy torch to some of the Cowboys’ most hated rivals. […]

Feb 072011
 

Workers clear snow from the sidewalk near the Super Bowl XLV Media Center in Dallas, Texas, on February 4, 2011. Five inches of snow has fallen on top of ice from earlier in the week leaving roads and sidewalks treacherous. UPI/Roger L. Wollenberg Dallas and its sister cities cannot seem to catch a break. Super […]

Feb 052011
 
Cowboys Legend Randy White Talks Cowboys, Super Bowl, Hall of Fame...and Detergent?

(Audio of full Randy White interview at the end of this article. Give it a listen. Good stuff!) Randy White. For Cowboys fans of a certain age, the very name carries a certain mystique. He is the Manster— half man, half monster. He is, according to our own list, one of the top five players […]

Feb 042011
 
Jerome Bettis Interview: The Bus Rolls on the Steelers, the Super Bowl and The Hall of Fame

(To hear the audio version of this interview, use the player at the end of this article.) Not more than a half mile from the spectacular new digs of the Dallas Cowboys, Jerome Bettis—a Pittsburgh Steelers legend and Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist— is greeted like a rock star by a hundred or so privileged […]

Feb 022011
 

Dallas Cowboys team owner and president Jerry Jones answers questions during a press conference in Dallas, Texas on February 1, 2011, one of the events leading up to Super Bowl XLV. The Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the Green Bay Packers on February 6, 2011. UPI/Ian Halperin Jerry Jones is right where he has always […]

Jan 282011
 
The Unofficial Super Bowl XLV Guide to the Best Food in Dallas–Fort Worth

Current estimates have the Dallas/Fort Worth population swelling by as many as 300,000 during Super Bowl week. That is a whole bunch of cheese heads and, um, whatever you call Steelers fans. Towel-Wavers? Steel-Toes?  I don’t know. With many of our visitors coming in a few days early to take in the sights and sounds […]

Jan 262011
 
Super Bowl XLV: Packers, Steelers Open Old Wounds in Big D

The Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex has waited 45 years to host its first Super Bowl. It only took a tenacious, aggressive megalomaniac owner and a billion bucks to get it here. And now that the attention of the world is turned to our little corner of it, some old-school Cowboys fans would just as soon the […]

Jan 232011
 
Super Bowl XLV: Steelers Versus Cowboys

Pittsburgh Steelers fan celebrates the Steelers 24-19 win over the New York Jets at the AFC Championship game at Heinz Field between the New York Jets and the Pittsburgh Steelers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on January 23, 2011. UPI/Archie Carpenter Dateline: January 28, 1996 – Super Bowl XXX featured the two greatest NFL franchises of the […]