Last Updated on January 26, 2010 by Hanna Trafford
OK – I have already admitted that I love football. And I will also admit that what I know about the game is a bit limited – I am definitely not an expert. The way I look at it is that it is basically a great big and very entertaining show, and all you really have to do to enjoy it is to know the basics.
I decided to do this informational piece to help out those of you who want to watch the Super Bowl and need to know just a bit about what is going on. After you go through this info, you will know who is playing, where and when, you will know who the quarterbacks for each team are and you can check out what the team logos look like and memorize some impressive terminology.
I am also adding links to sites that have tons of information for you if you want to study it a bit – so this is my Super Bowl made simple:
What: Super Bowl XLIV – that means : Super Bowl 44
Where: Miami, South Florida, SunLife Stadium at the Miami Gardens
When: Sunday, February 7, 2010- 7:25 pm
Who: New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts
Why: Because that’s what happens every year and it ends the NFL season! The winning teams of AFC and NFC play off for the Vince Lombardi trophy to be officially declared the best team of the NFL
About the teams:
The Indianapolis Colts
The Indianapolis Colts made it to the Super Bowl be winning the AFC (that’s American Football Conference) Championship, beating the New York Jets last Sunday.
Their quarterback is Payton Manning – #16
If you want more information (tons of it!) about the Colts, check out their website:
The New Orleans Saints
The New Orleans Saints won the NFC (that’s National Football Conference) Championship, beating the Minnesota Vikings.
Their quarterback is Drew Brees – # 9
The Saints website also has tons of information so you can check it out:
About the Show:
And then there is something called The Halftime Show – and it is always, always awesome. This year – it will feature The Who – and you will want to watch it for sure. Lat year, 150 million people watch the halftime show in 230 countries around the world.
For those of you who may not be quite familiar with The Who, check out their official website for more information:
About the NFL:
And now you could probably use some football talk – some intelligent and correct terminology. Some time ago, I have ventured into the typically male part of this football world and created
Here is where you can find everything you need to know about football and about playing football:
I hope you will find all this information interesting and helpful – and as always, I welcome your comments, suggestions and experiences! Oh and P.S. GO SAINTS!