Who are you rooting for, Norwalk? Your brother?

NFL Super Bowl XLVII
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh speak during a press conference at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center on Friday, February 1, 2013 in New Orleans, LA. The Ravens will face the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on February 3. (Ben Liebenberg/NFL)

By Common Councilman David Watts,

Disappointed Pats Fan

NORWALK, Conn. – It is Super Bowl Sunday!

Are you looking forward to the wacky commercials, the game or both? I am really sad that my New England Patriots are not in the game. But, hey I could always root for the American Football Conference Champions.

This game is about two brothers coaching against each other and only one guy can win. After the game, one brother will be a Super Bowl champion and the other brother – hmm? I would rather lose to anyone else but my brother – who is a New York Giants fan. Once he told me he would run against me for the city council position because his ideas are better. Tomorrow, he will remind me about the two Super Bowls XLII (2008) XLVI (2012) where the Giants beat the Patriots. I love my brother but sometimes, I wonder if he is really LWitherspoon.

Please, enjoy the game and post your comments about the Big Game.

David Watts (D-District A)


5 responses to “Who are you rooting for, Norwalk? Your brother?”

  1. David Watts

    I will be supporting the AFC Champs!

  2. Diane C2

    I’m watching the Puppy Bowl and my money is on Baskin, the Jack Russell/Pug mix……do they open the Puppy Bowl with a bone toss????

  3. BARIN

    Giants aren’t in, it will hurt to watch the game.

  4. LWitherspoon

    @David Watts

    Will Bee Jones be watching with you? Enjoy the game.

  5. David Watts

    L Witherspoon,

    Thanks! Enjoy the game, as well.

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