Joe Does Dallas

February 2nd, 2011

Though Joe sadly didn’t make Super Bowl Media Day at the house that Jerry Jones built due to the ice storm that buried Dallas Tuesday, Joe found out later he was far from alone. Joe did make it to radio row later in the afternoon and got a few interviews and was able to take some photos.

Driving past downtown Dallas on I-35E Tuesday.

When Joe wrote earlier he had to drive through the country to get to the NFL Super Bowl credential center near Lone Star Park horse track, Joe meant the country. Floridians, what you see on the road and the hood of Joe's car is ice.

Another photo of Joe driving down icy Texas country roads

"Slamman" Jay Mohr

The best pair of NFL talkingheads known to Joe, Pat Kirwan and Tim Ryan, co-hosts of "Movin' the Chains" heard exclusively on Sirius NFL Radio.

The one and only Chris "Mad Dog" Russo interviews Rams quarterback Sam Bradford on Sirius-XM's Mad Dog Radio.

Rams quarterback Sam Bradford answers a question from Chris Russo.

The creator, curator and overall guru of, Mike Florio, far right, poses with a bunch of radio guys from a show and town Joe knows not.

A glance from the outside of the Super Bowl media headquarters in frigid, wintery downtown Dallas.

Life must be good for Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports if he has the lovely sideline princess Charissa Thompson hanging on his arm.


9 Responses to “Joe Does Dallas”

  1. Dave Says:


    The weather must be a downer. I remember being in the USAF in Colorado Springs in the early 1990’s when me a few freinds decided to do a road trip and spend Turkey-day weekend in Dallas.

    We had tickets to go to see teh Cowboys – Dolphins.

    Turned out to be an ice storm in Dallas, the day Leon Lett muffed the blocked FG. We were in that end zone and had no idea what happened.

    All I do know is that weekend was FREEZING!!!! We were planning on partying but the whole city was shut down! Oh well, we had a good time anyway. Actually ended up in a private party at the hotel we were astaying at and alot of the players were there (it was hosted by Irvin)

    Stay warm Joe. The coldest I ever was when I lived in Colorado for 8 eyars was that weekend I spent in Dallas

  2. Amar Says:


    USAF here as well…Stateside weather is nothing compared to Korea. That’s where I’m at for another 6 months. It gets -20 degrees Fahrenheit here and worse!

  3. Amar Says:

    Peter king was unavailable for pictures and interviews. He was later found scarfing hot dogs, eating oatmeal, shoveling pop corn and spaghetti.

  4. flmike Says:

    I just love it when God takes a dump on the Jerry Jones Empire.
    Retired USAF, try the weather in Alamogordo, NM on the flightline at 2 am in January.

  5. big007hed Says:

    Former USAF and Osan AB, ROK is the coldest place I have ever been and I live in Northern PA right now….. GO BUCS

  6. oar Says:

    Thanks for freezing your asses off and serving, for us!

  7. Dave Says:


    I spent a year atr OSAN.

    I have been as far north as Glascow in the winter and lived in Panama in the summer…. I have NEVER been anywhere colder than Korea in January-February and never been anywhere hotter than Korea in July-August.

    Must be the Kimchi

  8. gbuc Says:

    I hope this weather finally puts to rest the NFL’s stupid idea of putting the Super Bowl in cold weather sites.

  9. flmike Says:

    But the Soju helps pass the time. If you can remember what time is.
    Coldest was Alaska in Feb, hottest Alamogordo in August.