I have no f***ing idea. The only NFL exposure I have this year was listening to part of the second half of the Packers/Cowboys playoff game while doing some mindless copying at work on a Sunday.
We will be watching the game. I am in charge of baking the no-bake Buffalo wings (you know, the kind with the baking powder rub). I highly recommend this recipe. As a Buffalonian until I turned 25, I have eaten thousands of deep fried wings. Possibly tens of thousands. There were zero decent baked wings before this recipe came along. These are pretty good. Not as good as fried, but frying is a pain in the butt (especially if you are choosing to do it outside in winter).
FWIW: Just because I have a forum I’ll note that if Scott Norwood’s kick had gone 3 feet to the left, the Buffalo Bills of the 1988-1996 period would be regarded as one of the best teams in history. In that period they beat the Giants, beat the Cowboys, beat the 49ers, beat the Redskins, beat the Bears, beat the Raiders (a few times), beat the Dolphins (many times), beat the Oilers (a few times), beat the rejuvenated Stealers, beat the Chiefs (a few times), beat the Broncoes (at least once that I recall without the Bills’ offense scoring a touchdown), and the only team to beat the Bills twice was the 1988 Bengals (who came within seconds of winning Super Bowl XXIII).
WTF: How do you handily beat the Giants in the Meadowlands and then lose the rematch on neutral ground to a second string quarterback where you’re a 7 point favorite and had a 9 point lead?
FTW: How do you handily beat the Cowboys in Dallas with one of your stars out of the game, in between getting drubbed twice by them on neutral ground?
WFT 2: How do you be ahead in the second quarter, third quarter, and fourth quarter of three different Super Bowls and not win at least one of them?
FTW 2: No one remembers Jack Pardee’s press conference after Super Bowl XXVI (Pardee was the Redskin’s defensive coordinator). He noted that it was a good thing that the game wasn’t 5 quarters long, because the Bills had figured out his defense, and the had started to rack up points and yardage (4 drives over 50 yards and 2 over 75 yards, and more points, than any team had scored on the Redskins in the second half all year).