In this video, players debate with their teammates during media week over who has the best hair in the Super Bowl.
Surprisingly, the name you hear from almost every Ravens player is Matt Birk.
But can he beat the 49ers Isaac Sopoaga?
Ravens fan James E. Long did his best impression of the Baltimore Ravens logo with his hair. It reminds me of this optical illusion because I just can’t seem to see it right. One thing that won’t be an optical illusion is seeing a Harbaugh brother on each sideline during the Super Bowl as they become the first pair of brothers to oppose each other on the NFL’s grandest stage.
And no one is happier than James E. Long.
I don’t know what I like better- the Hi-Top Fade, or the Patriots logo shaved into the back of his head. Underwood, listed at 6-1, is closer to 6-6 with his hair.
The only thing cooler would be if Tom Brady rocked a Patriots logo on his dome. But we all know, Giselle wouldn’t allow it.
BarberShopBlog prediction- Patriots 34, Giants 20. Tom Brady wins and may be the best QB ever.
The big game is only a few days away and to celebrate the Super Bowl rematch of four years ago, 5 Napkin Burger has created the “Hornitos Bowl” competition at all five of their locations (NYC, Boston, Atlanta and Miami). Will The Redemption (for the Patriots) be the most ordered cocktail of the week or will Deja Blue (For the Giants) take reign again? Only 5 Napkin goers will decide, and the winning cocktail will be revealed on Monday morning after the big game.
The “Hornitos Bowl” was started as a fun way to create new cocktails both priced at $10 a piece on the 5 Napkin Burger menu. The Hornitos Bowl begins today and will continue through the end of the Super Bowl on Sunday night.
NYC – Hell’s Kitchen
630 9th Avenue (@45th Street)
NYC – Upper West Side
2315 Broadway (@84th Street)
NYC – Astoria
35-01 36th Street (@35th Avenue)
Boston – Back Bay
105 Huntington Avenu
Miami – South Beach
455 Lincoln Road
Atlanta – Midtown
990 Piedmont Ave NE
It’s “Super Bowl Week”, ladies and germs. And if I hear one more comparison between Eli Manning and Tom Brady, I’m going to vomit. So instead of comparing their playing styles, let’s compare their hair and personal style.
While watching (sleeping) the Pro Bowl last night, half time consisted of a Bob Costas led interview with Tom Brady and then Eli Manning.
“Tom Terrific” looked dapper as ever, sporting perfectly coifed hair to match a perfect grey suit, accented with a black and white checkered dress shirt with a perfect black tie, tied into a perfect “Windsor” knot. Eli, meanwhile, had all the charm of an orphan with his overgrown, “mussed” hair and a cheap faux fleece pullover that looked like a $15 one from Old Navy that I own. Eli seemed disoriented, while “Tommy Ballgame” answered every question the way you want your son to answer every question when he grows up, even if you don’t have a son.
If the clash of wardrobes on Sunday night was any indication, the Patriots will roll.
On the way to the Super Bowl, Bullz-Eye stops into The Texas Junk Co. to check out some Cowboy Boots. Bob is one cool guy and the Chrysler 200 is one cool car!