The Saints are in the offseason and now comes the time for the OTHER sport worth being concerned with to take the stage. NASCAR! The great American Race is this Sunday in Daytona. It's NASCAR's Superbowl to borrow from the NFL and already the boys that go fast and turn left are making noise with twin qualifier races. Dale Junior looked pretty stout in qualifying but crashed in practice so he will take his overrated rear end to the rear end of the field where he will hang out until the end of the race and challenge for the win. I think he is going to be challenging Kurt Busch, that would be the nice Busch brother and Jeff Burton, the Burton brother you can actually understand when he talks.

The first Duel set the starting order for the inside row (odd-numbered positions) in the 53rd running of NASCAR's most important race. Smith, who finished second, will start third in the 500. Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth and Kasey Kahne finished third, fourth and fifth and will start fifth, seventh and ninth, respectively, on Sunday.

This will be my first 500 with an HD television, I am sure I won't be able to watch or hear because I have a family that doesn't care about car racing but you better believe I will be trying!

(via Busch doubles up with victory in first Duel - Feb 17, 2011 - NASCAR.COM.)