If I may so bold as to say, as one of the best independent team football blogs on the Internet, Cheesehead TV is happy to provide our readers coverage from the site of the Super Bowl in New York City (and New Jersey) this week.
Coming on the heels of Andrew Garda's terrific coverage from the Senior Bowl last week, I'm on my way to the Big Apple to report on the events leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks.
For all the attention that a cold-weather Super Bowl is getting, it's going to feel downright balmy compared to Wisconsin where Monday's high temperature is is predicted to be minus-five degrees and wind chills as low as minus-50 (at least where I live), according to the Weather Channel.
We've got a bunch of good stories and blog posts planned for this week, including items on former Packers playing in the big game and the job former Green Bay executive John Schneider is doing as general manager of the Seahawks.
I'm also really excited that our own Corey Behnke and Aaron Nagler will be at the Super Bowl breakfast on Friday where quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be honored with the annual Bart Starr Award for exemplary character and leadership on and off the field. The photo opportunity alone with both Starr and Rodgers will be something we display proudly here at Cheesehead TV.
With Monday being a travel day, I don't know how much coverage we'll have immediately, but we'll ramp things up on Tuesday when the always-crazy Media Day will be held.
When I check in next, it will be from The City That Never Sleeps.