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Sick of Super Bowl Story Lines

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It’s finally almost Sunday and frankly I can’t wait.

No, I’m not that excited about the big game or the Tim Tebow commercial.

I’m excited to stop hearing the same thing over and over again on every media outlet.

Once 6:25 comes and the opening kickoff takes place we can finally stop hearing the same story lines shoved down out throats over and over again.

Part of the blame is due to the two-week layoff between the Conference Championship and Super Bowl, but it’s mostly the fault of lazy producers who don’t want to work.

In case you’ve somehow managed to avoid them, here are all of them one last time for you:

1. Peyton Manning is a Football God

We get it, Peyton Manning is the best.  He figured out Rex Ryan’s defense and put on a clinic in the second half.  He’s the smartest quarterback to ever play the game.  A win on Sunday puts him among the elite.

2. It would mean so much for the city of New Orleans if the Saints win

I’m all for the city of New Orleans rallying around the Saints after Katrina, but there’s a certain point where I just can’t take it anymore.  I know the players have become a part of the community and the city has embraced the team.  Can we just play football?

3. Dwight Freeney’s Ankle

The most talked about body part in the entire world.  Even more so than Brett Favre’s shoulder last off season.  Here’s what’s going to happen.  He’s not going to start on Sunday.  If he plays, he’ll play on passing downs and try to make impact there.

4. Archie Manning used to play for the Saints

The best quarterback in Saints history now has to choose against his former team and his son.  I think that’s an easy one for him.  Please CBS don’t bombarded us with ten shots of the Manning family box.  No one cares.

5. The Colts’ Young Receivers

The Colts passing game is more than just Dallas Clark and Reggie Wayne.  Enter Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie, who had their coming out part against the scraps the Jets threw out there at cornerback in the AFC Championship Game.  No one had heard of these guys before the season – except real fans – and now they’re Super Bowl darlings.

6. Drew Brees vs. Peyton Manning

What a matchup!  Two of the best quarterbacks in the game squaring off in the biggest game on the biggest stage.  Too bad they each have nothing to do with how the other will fare.

7. Reggie Bush is Dating Kim Kardashian

Did you see what Kim is riding in around Miam? Don’t worry we’ll see plenty of her during the game as CBS should give us at least three shots of the girlfriend of the most overrated player in the league. Reggie has a better chance scoring with Kim than he does of scoring during the actual game.

8. The Colts won their last Super Bowl in Miami

The Colts won the Super Bowl in the same stadium three years ago.  It has to be destiny.  Put all your money on the Colts.

9. 19-0?

Somewhat surprisingly, this one hasn’t gotten as much hype as I thought it would.  I wonder what happened to all the critics hating on the Colts for resting their starters?  I think Jim Irsay and Bill Polian will have the last laugh on this one.

10. Drew Brees almost wasn’t a Saint

When Brees was a free agent in 2006 he was courted by the Dolphins (how ironic!) and they were planning to sign him until souring after concerns about the health of his shoulder.  They passed and traded for Daunte Culpepper (how’s that working out Miami?) and the Drew Brees-New Orleans love-fest began.

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