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Where's your favorite Super Bowl watching venue?

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The question always comes up, what’s it like to cover NFL games.

For me, the answer is always the same, I prefer to do it from my couch.

The thought of a Super Bowl appearance for the Arizona Cardinals doesn’t change that one bit either.

There’s no better Super Bowl viewing experience than at home, at least for me.

The Super Bowl is best observed on a big TV, with lots of food, beers, if that’s your sort of thing and friends.

Sure, if your teams involved you may pair down the last part to only people that know your own feelings of football and will be able to understand your blatant overreaction like punching a wall when Santonio Holmes feet come down in bounds.

The aspect of the Super Bowl party is beholden to the teams involved.

Certain fan bases are harder to deal with than others so you are a little more careful about who you invite.

For instance, when the Packers and Steelers were in the Super Bowl, we had a strict no Steelers fans rule.

Simply because some of our closest friends are Packers fans and also because no one likes Steelers fans.

The food menu is of utmost importance. Snacks, dips, appetizers and desserts should be available at all times… oh, and beer, if you’re into that sort of thing.

That’s how I like to watch the Super Bowl, what about you?