Monday, January 29, 2007

Great Moments in Super Bowl History

Jason Sehorn captured the hearts and minds of (most) women when he proposed to Angie Harmon on the Tonight Show. Millions tuned in to see him play a fire fighter on Third Watch. But nearly a billion winced when he tried to play a defensive back on another popular show...

CBS's coverage of Super Bowl XXXV.

The Hater Nation will take a look this week at some of the best moments in the history of the Super Bowl. And no, like the moment above, it will not be all anti-Raiders. Alright, it almost certainly will, but it beats a week of crying about the Chargers.

8 comments:

Angie Harmon said...

Brandon reminds me every day when he's banging me repeatedly.

Will Leitch said...

We once mentioned Jason Sehorn in passing. so you stole this from us.

Sun Devil said...

You stay away from XXIV, THN.

Stick to Favre's breakdown in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XXXII.

Jake Plummer said...

Yes, and don't forget my MVP in Super Bowl XLI.

Chris said...

Oh quit with the billion crap, there is no way in hell that anywhere close to a billion people watch the Super Bowl. Only 100 million Americans watch the Super bowl and that is the only country in the world where it is considered a must see event. Do you honestly think that there are 900 million people around the world who care at all about the Super Bowl? That number is just a lie made up by the NFL and has been debunked numerous times.

Diane said...

And thousands watch him mumble and bungle his way through simple sentences on Fox every week

Seitz said...

At least he kept his pants on in that game.

And by the way, was there some Deadspin/Hater Nation friction that I'm unaware of?

NFL Adam said...

I'm not sure, Seitz. But the fake Will Leitch started coming in last week. For what reason, I have no idea.