Super Bowl Buzz Begins NFL fans are eating happily this morning in Baltimore and Phoenix — the Baltimore Ravens and Arizona Cardinals won big playoff games on the road Saturday. Sunday, more games, more stressed out fans.
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Super Bowl Buzz Begins

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NFL fans are eating happily this morning in Baltimore and Phoenix — the Baltimore Ravens and Arizona Cardinals won big playoff games on the road Saturday. Sunday, more games, more stressed out fans.

We wanted to talk to one, so we called up Randy Robinson. His Philadelphia Eagles play the New York Giants Sunday. Randy does love his Eagles.

Then we went searching for the oldest Steeler fan we could find, and our search brought us to John Pojnar of Creighton, Penn., who'll be watching Sunday's playoff game against the San Diego Chargers.

Guest host David Greene shares some Steeler fandom with Pojnar, who hasn't missed a Steelers game since 1945. But wait, who's this? NPR's Scott Horsley? What's he doing here?