Both of the division championship games were surprisingly alike. One team absolutely dominated in the first half, but then in the second half the other team showed life and came within striking distance. But the Packers from Green Bay, Wisconsin (pop. 100,353) defeated the Bears from Chicago, Illinois (pop. 2,896,016). Also the Steelers from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (pop. 312,819), defeated the Jets from New York City, New York (pop. 8,214,426).
So it will be a small town Superbowl, a rust belt Superbowl.
I realize that people who live or have lived in Pittsburgh and in Pennsylvania generally will support the Steelers.
I urge everyone else to support the Packers. Liberals should like them because they aren’t owned by some rich capitalist; rather, they are publicly owned. Conservatives should like them because they represent small town America. Let’s make this a campaign for national unity (except for Pittsburgh).