Big Picture Categories: Super Bowl MVPs

King’s Cup might be the best drinking game out there. Everyone has their own version, there’s ample drinking and sometimes — on a few lucky occasions — hot chicks end up naked. One of the best “games” in King’s Cup is Categories, which often is represented by the Jack card. In Categories, the person who draws the card says a category (fast food joints, baseball stadiums, etc.) and everyone must go around the circle naming one until somebody stumbles. When that person fucks up, they drink. Make sense? Good.

Sunday’s the Super Bowl! HOLY SHIT! THE SUPER BOWL!!!! CAPS LOCK! EXCLAMATION POINT!!!

With XLII just a few days away, we’re starting to get Super Bowl fever. We have our potato chips, deep fryer and butt groove ready. To get even more in the mood, today’s category will be naming all the Super Bowl MVPs. We’ll start and you guys continue in the comments. You can go again after every five comments. One — one! — answer per comment, assbags. If you look these up at some reference site or something, your penis will fall off. Honor system, people. First person to mess up has to deep fry a beer.

We’ll start with a random one: Dexter Jackson (Tampa Bay, Super Bowl XXXVII).

All right, Super Bowl nuts. Brag about your useless knowledge in the comments.
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28 Responses

  1. John Elway (Denver, XXXIII)

  2. Chuck Howley (Dallas, Super Bowl V)

    Only MVP from a losing team

  3. Desmond Howard (Super Bowl XXXI).

    Should have been Favre.

  4. O.J. Anderson Giants ’86

  5. http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-newberryssuperblog&prov=ap&type=lgns

    I think that was our girl Ines who was asking Tom Brady to marry her.

  6. OJ Anderson won the MVP in ’90, BTW.

  7. Deion Branch (NE, SB XXXIX)

  8. Peyton Manning, last year, shoulda been the running backs.

  9. Timmy Smith although I would enjoy a deep-fried beer.

  10. My rock hard dick (Super Bowl XXX).

  11. Luke Bell, what are you retarded????? Get off Farve’s cock. Desmond is the man. Brett Farve is the most overrated football player in NFL history. Desmond definitely deserved the award. You and ESPN can drool all over Farve as much as you want, but that still does not make him better than Desmond.

  12. Fred Biletnikoff – Oakland
    Super Bowl XI

  13. didnt Simms win it in 86?? Desmond did deserve the MVP but no way Favre is overrated

  14. Richard Dent (Bears, XX)

  15. Nobody has said Tom Brady? He has won one, right? Tom Brady.

  16. Emmitt Smith

  17. Brady has two. Bringing up Ines proposing to Brady was a way of killing two birds with one stone.

    I’ll take another turn by dropping another two-time QB MVP…Bart Starr.

  18. Terrence Bradshaw

  19. Kurt Warner

  20. The first player (I’m sure there were others, but not for a while before) to win MVP and not get to do the Disney World promo or Wheaties box, Ray-Ray Lewis from my Ravens in Super Bowl XXXV.

  21. Troy Aikman Super Bowl 27.

  22. bart starr, superbowl I

  23. Has no one said the only 3-time MVP?

    Joe Montana

  24. Mark Rypien – Washington Redskins – The Frozen bowl of 1992 played in Minnesota

  25. Broadway Joe Namath – SB III

  26. uh, jerry rice dudes? the greatest futbol player ever!

  27. Len Dawson, Super Bowl IV.

    Favre accounted for 3 TDs in the Super Bowl, the 1st player to have 3 and not be named MVP. It is funny that Favre is “overrated” but one year wonder Desmond Howard “deserved” the award.

  28. Larry Brown – Super Bowl XXX

    …he sure had a great career from that point on huh?

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