My wife will be happy to hear you said that, especially because she was born in Peoria.
I was a huge Colts fan growing up in north central Indiana. Covering the NFL, and never watching the Colts, has completely eliminated that. I really don't mind the change. I always preferred to cover the NFL, not root for the Colts.
I already said that, Robert.
Now, you're speaking my language. Honestly, Lambeau Field is up there. Their halftime cheese curds are one of the better food attractions in the league. Really liked the spread last night at Gillette, especially the clam chowder. I've heard the crab cakes in Baltimore are scrumptious, but that's one of the very places I haven't been. Some of the newer venues, like Dallas and Atlanta and Minnesota, are pretty decent too.
The Rams did, clearly. We'll see if that changes going forward.
She grew up in Indy, so she's also a Colts fan. My in-laws have/had season tickets at Lucas Oil Stadium.
You said stale a lot there. And I think that's probably a good word for the state of things, presently. It's up to them to freshen things up. Still eight games to do it.
Then you would probably end up like the Cleveland Browns, with four GMs in five years and fragments of old regimes making it almost impossible to win. Good thing you don't run an NFL team, I guess.
Because people have said he's a hot name?
All right, folks. That's a good place to stop. I appreciate you staying a little longer with me today. We'll do this again next Monday after Packers host the Miami Dolphins. By the way, that's a must-win game. We'll see if they do.