The Super Bowl is coming, and you're not going to believe this, but the Rams aren't in it. But is that what the Super Bowl is really about? Let's be honest — Los Angeles hasn't hosted a Super Bowl in 24 years. An L.A. team hasn't played in a Super Bowl in 33 years.
So what's the Super Bowl actually about in LA? Unless you're the type to enjoy watching reruns of Tom Brady and his tremendous jawline trying to win a Super Bowl or admire Julio Jones's obscene ability to win on every single route he runs, the NFL's last game of the season is just an excuse to eat fried food, down a bunch of brews, and watch commercials.
Whether it's greasy, comforting bar food or just a cold beer or five that your heart desires, there's no limit to the carnage you can wreak on your diet this Sunday. So put on some pads, don the eyeblack, dip a shoulder, and prepare to deliver the hit of your life to that New Year's Resolution.Read More