The NFC is embarrassing itself.
Three of the four NFC coaches in this weekend's playoffs have made incredibly stupid mistakes. Andy Reid -- mismanaging the clock in the first half today. Who cares if it didn't matter in the end? Just so dumb. That will cost the Eagles next week. They will lose to the Falcons.
Mike Tice and that botched field goal with Randy Moss on -- no off -- the field. Gee, how in the world did they lose today? They had so much momentum there for a minute or two.
Herm Edwards -- that stupid long distance field goal attempt yesterday in Pittsburgh. Thank goodness their ridiculous luck finally ran out. I was getting worried. Oh wait, the Jets are in the AFC? How did THAT happen?
And the poor pitiful Rams? They shouldn't have been in the playoffs. Too bad they couldn't just forfeit.
Atlanta looks good. They will beat the Eagles next week. But any one of the last three AFC teams standing could beat the Falcons in the Super Bowl.
The real Super Bowl will be the AFC championship next weekend between Pittsburgh and whoever wins today in New England.
And if the Colts should beat the Patriots, outdoors in the weather, with Peyton Manning hearing a voice in his head, repeating "0 for Foxboro, 0 for Foxboro," IT WILL BE A MIRACLE.
Once again, the real Super Bowl will be a snore.
Ah, Mrs. Linklater, you are so sexy when you talk football.