The NFL has labeled their weekend games of the playoffs incorrectly.
The first two games proved to be Upset Weekend, or perhaps more aptly for the vast majority of those in a state of shock: Dyspepsia Weekend.
Those countless fans of Peyton Manning now must watch his endless Super Bowl commercials with a heavy heart because that will be as close to making an impact on the NFL as he can come.
The second elite QB of the NFL is Aaron Rodgers whose double check insurance advertisements were tolerable as he was a Super Bowl favorite now become among the most cheese-headed flops of the Madison Avenue wars.
Young upstarts who didn't have a chance now move forward in the NFL profile of instantly credible superstars. The ever-disrespected Joe Flacco has given Lazarus Ray Lewis of the Ravens a chance to resurrect from the tomb.
And, Colin Kaepernick of the Biblical tattoo has shown that the miracle of an unknown rookie can rise to the top. We haven't seen anything like this since rookie Tom Brady stepped into the Super Bowl spotlight a dozen years ago. The bells were tolling for the Packers this weekend.
Those who want to see two brothers named Harbaugh in a head-to-head match will find their historical roots in Cain and Abel. If you prefer more modern metaphors, we think the Super Bowl could be a case of the loser going East of Eden to the land of Nod.
Did Commissioner Roger Goodell think he would oversee Biblical Plague Weekend when the bookies told the story?
We now face Exodus Weekend when the favored QB Pharoah finds himself looking at a Red Sea Tsunami. Fans of Green Bay and Denver now begin to wander aimlessly in the desert of recrimination.
The Bible tells us so.