Sports Gab Network “On the Road” to Super Bowl XLV

Yes, this year the Sports Gab Network is about to embark on a memorable road that will end at Super Bowl XLV in Dallas! Thanks to the good people at Chrysler, we will be on the road starting tomorrow with a trip to Chicago for the NFC Title Game, and ending on February 6th in Dallas at the home built by Jerry Jones for the biggest event on the planet with over 100,000 fans at SB XLV!

We will start in Chicago, where we will tailgate on Sunday for the NFC Title Game, then make our way into Soldier Field for the first playoff game between the Bears and Packers since 1941, and the first NFC Title game between the two – ever.

Then it’s back to the hotel, where we will take in the AFC Title game between the Steelers and Jets from Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. After that with Super Bowl XLV set, we will embark on a cross-country week long tour across the Midwest.

Monday we head to the city known at the “Gateway to the West,” St.Louis. After seeing the sights, we’ll pack up the Chrysler 200 and make our way to Nashville, the home of the Titans for some sights and sounds Tuesday into Wednesday.

Wednesday again we get in the 200, and travel to Tuscaloosa, where we will again take in all what the beautiful city has to offer. From the food to the great scenery, we’ll take it in before we get back on the road Thursday.

Then, our final leg will take us to “The Big Easy,” the sight of Super Bowl XLVII – New Orleans. Yes, our crew will jazz it up for one day before heading back home to prepare for our week in Dallas.

So stay with us here on The Sports Gab Network for posts, photos, and videos of NFL Championship weekend, and our cross-country tour of the beautiful Midwest, all thanks to good people at Chrysler!!


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