"Smash Mouth Bowl 2010" Steelers vs. Ravens Historic 1st Game
Dunkadelic Sports Marketing has proclaimed the Sunday December 5, 2010 NFL prime time football game as the first-ever "Smash Mouth Bowl 2010" featuring the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. the Baltimore Ravens. Dunkadelic Sports Marketing will propose this event to the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell.
November 29, 2010-Sunday December 5, 2010 will be Smash Mouth Bowl Week in Baltimore and Pittsburgh. Dunkadelic Sports Marketing is seeking to have the Mayor of Baltimore write a Proclamation for December 5th and proclaim it as "Smash Mouth Bowl Sunday 2010."
The Smash Mouth Bowl will be played the second Sunday after Thanksgiving each season before the college bowl season, and help set the tone for the important December games and the upcoming playoffs leading to the Super Bowl. It will be interesting to see if a team can win the Smash Mouth Bowl and march all the way and win the Super Bowl.
The AFC North is one of the toughest divisions in the NFL. The style of play is physical on the offensive and defensive side of the ball. These two teams personify a style that is known as hard-nosed, in-your-face, smash-mouth football.
The definition for Smash-Mouth, (adjective) designating or of a style of football characterized by rough, aggressive play and, typically, strong offensive rushing (reference yourdictionary.com). The Steelers and Ravens rivalry over the last 10-years can be summed up as smash-mouth style football. There are other teams in the NFL that play this style of football. Most are teams that play in cold weather and outdoors in November and December games.
Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic Sports Marketing believes that designating one-game per year during the regular-season as the Smash Mouth Bowl will enhance a match-up of division rivals and give the pro game that college feel and also help create a buzz in each of the two-cities during the week leading up to the game. It may generate huge financial rewards for each city as well.
Vaughan hopes that having the game in the AFC for 2010 and the NFC for 2011, and alternating conferences each year after that will give the games an extra boost for the fans and television ratings.
Vaughan continues, "merchandising and marketing will grow each year of the Smash-Mouth Bowl, the games will be played in some cities that have never hosted the Super Bowl. It will be a opportunity for a city to put on a big-time show for all the country to see. Fans of the rival teams will travel in larger amounts to see their home-teams play in the Smash Mouth Bowl. It would be another great attraction for the NFL".
Smash Mouth Bowl 2011 could feature 2 teams from the NFC East or the original smash-mouth division the NFC North.
For more information on the Smash-Mouth Bowl 2010 please contact Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic Sports Marketing 443-851-5244 or email email@example.com.