Welcome to Baltimore
So one day on my winter break last year I got a call from my dad, he says “son would you like to go to an NFL playoff game?” I respond with a “hell yes.” I was so excited we talked about how this was happening and how much it would cost and all the good stuff. So the game was Sunday he said he would be here that Saturday before the game. I was already in Virginia so it was more convenient for us. So Saturday rolls around and my dad gets here with two of his other buddies, who one of them is a dad of Mike Mcgylnn the offensive linemen for the Indianapolis Colts. So we head to Baltimore, it is about an hour and a half drive which isn’t bad. We get to the hotel and we are staying where the players stay. We start checking in and when we go up to the elevators to go to out room, we saw Phil Simms and Jim Nantz the announcers of the game. After this we just went up to our rooms and started unpacking and then I ended up taking a nap. I then wake up like 3 hours later and were about to go to dinner with some NFL players which was pretty cool. We went to this seafood place along the harbor and we got treated like royalty. They just kept bringing us out food and it was pretty cool. Eating dinner with a few NFL players was actually pretty cool and an experience in a life time. They were all down to earth people. They wouldn’t even let us pay for our own food so the bill was pretty expensive. After this we then go back to the room and just watch the games on tv, drink a few beers and we pass out.
The next morning it was game day. The sun was shining but it was cold and windy. It was so cold that your teeth were chattering and that you had to layer up in clothes .We all got up and got breakfast and then proceeded to go to the stadium. We were pretty much the only people with colts’ uniforms on. So people just kept talking shit to us and it was funny, because we all just laughed and smiled like it...