Well, the Canadian football season wrapped up this last weekend with another classic Grey Cup game. I don't know what it is about the CFL but the Grey Cup game is almost never a disappointment. This year may have been the best, especially if you are a Montreal fan. As any Canadian surely knows by now, the game came down to the last seconds, with a field goal to win the game. Nothing exceptional there, except that the first attempt was missed, only to be replayed after the opposition was penalized for too many men on the field. I have personally never heard that call in the Canadian game.
From a rheumatological perspective, other than the fact that virtually everybody on the field will be seeing a rheumatologist in the coming years for their knee OA, is the fact that Pfizer sponsored the game with enough cash that all players from both teams wore a prominent celebrex patch on the front of their jerseys. They got their money's worth as the game was so exciting that it broke TV watching records. As one fan put it: