Hello, fellow denizens of the Battle Red Blog! I am peytonsurdaddy (PUD) and as you may well know, I and several dozen of my Colts brethren have been living in your basement (AFC South Eternal Threads) for the majority of this season.I would like to take this moment to thank you on behalf of myself and all the other refugees for being not only such good hosts, but good friends as well. The staff here have been absolutely awesome and I would especially like to thank Tim for being the most awesomest overlord a boy could ever hope for!
From the title of this post you may have deduced that there is a question which I've been wanting to ask. It's a question I hate asking other fans because it's always predicated by that fact that your team has failed to make it to the playoffs.
And that is not happy fun-time for anyone.
At this point all you can do is pick another pony and try to live vicariously through the successes of other more fortunate teams and their happy fist-pumping fans while secretly hating them behind their backs.
And since picking a default team to win the Supper Bowel is not included in the golden rule of "Though Shalt Pick One Team To Root For, And One Team Only Shalt Though Pick" I'm going to give you the option of picking a team from both the AFC and the NFC to root for. Well, apparently the software at SB Nation will only allow for one poll per fanpost. Call it Divine Football Gods Intervention if you want. So we'll only be allowing you to choose ONE pony this season. Sorry, but the gods have spoken.
Please use the comments section to further discuss your predictions and/or reasons for your pick.
Have Fun, and Good Luck With Your Fake Team,
Who Will You Be Rooting For?
New England Patriots (6 votes)
Pittsburgh Steelers (2 votes)
Indianapolis Colts (8 votes)
Kansas City Chiefs (5 votes)
Baltimore Ravens (1 vote)
New York Jets (6 votes)
Atlanta Falcons (4 votes)
Chicago Bears (1 vote)
Philadelphia Eagles (7 votes)
Seattle Seahawks (8 votes)
New Orleans Saints (2 votes)
Green Bay Packers (5 votes)
55 total votes