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Well if it makes you feel any better the championships won by the Bears, Packers, and Giants Lights Out was referring to are equally invalid.

Only if you ask a Steelers fan, because according to them, the NFL didn't exist until 1974. Or a Patriots fan, to whom the NFL didn't exist until 2001. :P

Also, all three teams have won at least one Super Bowl as part of their championship total, so they aren't all "invalid."

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I haven't been able to really get up for Packers-Bears like I should be. Maybe it's because without Brett Favre as the avatar of all mower-riding, deer-hunting northwoods goobers, the Packers are more or less just another football team undeserving of special hate. Maybe it's because I prefer baseball and hockey to football. I don't know. Might just hide in a cave till this whole thing blows over.

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$200 to watch Super Bowl XLV outside Cowboys Stadium

Tickets for an outdoor plaza adjacent to Cowboys Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday go on sale today for $200 each.

Dallas Cowboys spokesman Brett Daniels said tickets will initially be offered to owners of Cowboys Stadium club seats. Each account holder will have the option to buy up to four tickets.

Daniels referred all questions about the maximum number of tickets that can be sold to the NFL. He said tickets are expected to include a Super Bowl scarf and souvenir program. However, fans with those tickets would not be allowed inside the stadium and would have to watch the game on outdoor video screens.

NFL officials said they hadn?t decided whether those tickets would count toward the official Super Bowl attendance figure. If it does, Super Bowl XLV could break the old record set in 1980 when 103,985 filled the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

The Plaza Party is expected to include performances by at least one musical act and the Cowboys Cheerleaders.

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$200 to watch Super Bowl XLV outside Cowboys Stadium

Tickets for an outdoor plaza adjacent to Cowboys Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday go on sale today for $200 each.

Dallas Cowboys spokesman Brett Daniels said tickets will initially be offered to owners of Cowboys Stadium club seats. Each account holder will have the option to buy up to four tickets.

Daniels referred all questions about the maximum number of tickets that can be sold to the NFL. He said tickets are expected to include a Super Bowl scarf and souvenir program. However, fans with those tickets would not be allowed inside the stadium and would have to watch the game on outdoor video screens.

NFL officials said they hadn?t decided whether those tickets would count toward the official Super Bowl attendance figure. If it does, Super Bowl XLV could break the old record set in 1980 when 103,985 filled the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

The Plaza Party is expected to include performances by at least one musical act and the Cowboys Cheerleaders.

Proving the statement that everything is bigger, better, and most of all more-expensive in Jerryworld.

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