Originally Posted by JDSmith
Personally I can't compare staying at home and going to a sportsbar. If I'm out I don't get nearly as much out of a game - I can't do my own replays, I can't pause it, I can't see as much of what's going on. If I go out I feel like I'm getting half the game. Then I also don't have it recorded, so I can't go back and study it later. I couldn't imagine going to a sports bar at this point, I'd be miserable.
I see your point JD. I don't have quite the luxuries that you do. Sounds like you have TiVo.
Trust me, there are times at the sports bar where I wanted to get up and belt someone. One time it was a Cowboy fan who rattled the cages of Steeler fans when Dallas led by 10 points in the 4th quarter. I hate those Cowboy fans. Talk your talk after the game is over.
What I can't stand is the Eagle fan that is always near the Cowboy crowd heckling us, but when the Eagles are losing, he disappears.
It was a lot of fun though being inthe sports bar when Randall Williams returned that opening kickoff against the Eagles two seasons ago. That was sweet.