You may have heard, but there’s going to be some new commercials coming on television tomorrow night. Rumor has it Fox will break them up with a football game. I’m not one to miss commercial, so I’ll endure the football game.
As the title mentioned, I’ll be rooting for the underdogs. Here are some of the underdogs I will support:
– A quarterback who was drafted in the 6th round (Tom Brady).
– A receiver who had to fight his way just to make the college team and went undrafted in the pros (Wes Welker – must read for sports fans)
– A defensive player who was undrafted and unwanted in Pittsburgh (Mike Vrabel)
– An undrafted professional wrestler (Stephen Neal)
– An 8th round draft pick possibly playing his last game after a career of star performance at offense, defense, and special team (Troy Brown).
One prediction from me, I don’t think the game will be as close as Vegas expects… and Vegas doesn’t expect it to be that close.
I’ll finish this introduction by expressing what I hope will be my biggest disappointment of the week. Costco sells ready-bake pizzas in three varieties – pepperoni, meat lovers, and margarita (a weird tomato slice and Parmesan cheese topping). I’m sure all are wonderful. However, you need to offer a plain cheese pizza if you are planning a party.
Onto the links:
I wrote an article for Prosper.com’s Blog. If I had written it here, it may have been one of my more popular articles. I wrote how to fight back against rising costs of living.
The Sun’s Financial Diarty updates his passive income.
While Money Smart Life writes about term life insurance, Generation X Finance writes about disability insurance.
The Digerati Life writes about the simplest investment portfolio.
No Credit Needed reminds everyone (but I’ll take it as personal advice) that personal finance requires a balance.
Ever wonder how to make 3 billion dollars in a year? Free Money Finance readers don’t wonder that anymore.
I agree with Mighty Bargain Hunter, that it’s best to grow up at your own pace. I’m still a kid.
Llama Money writes about a personal journey through financial ruin.
I hope to see a good game and some cool commercials. Have a great Sunday everybody!
Chief Family Officer says
I just wanted to send my condolences. It might be small comfort, but they still had an amazing season!
Joseph Sangl says
Sorry about the Patriots.
Well I made a nice chunk of change on this game – on the actual underdogs. Income doesn’t get much more passive than earned while stretched out on the sofa cheering!
Sorry Lazy Man…GO BIG BLUE