Well it’s a bitter sweet day. The Super Bowl is one of the world’s greatest sports spectacles. But it also marks the last meaningful football game until September. So we must drink this game in. Enjoy the prelude, the commercials, the food, the parties, the performances, and of course the game itself. Don’t worry about work the next day if you didn’t plan ahead and take PTO.
Have fun on this Super Bowl Sunday. The majority of people who work the next day will be just as exhausted, and maybe hung-over, much like yourself.
To the game itself; the Patriots are back in the big game. Obviously for Patriots fans, they cannot be more ecstatic. They will go down as an absolute dynasty with the greatest QB to ever play the game.
If you’re not a Patriots fan, then you’re telling yourself “here we go again.” Essentially, seeing the Pats in the Super Bowl is like waking up seeing someone you text/call at 2am on a Saturday in your bed the next morning. Come on, let’s switch it up! But it doesn’t matter what I want. Another great year for the immortal Patriots.
The Falcons on the other hand, are not familiar with the Super Bowl at all. This is just the franchise’s second appearance in the big game. They do have a few things going for them. Their defense has improved since the start of the year and the offense is full of weapons. It really all comes down to if Matt Ryan can show up in the biggest of game of the year. That, among others, are the questions surrounding this Super Bowl. Clearly Tom Brady has proven himself, but can Matty Ice keep up?
The Falcons will more than likely have the support of the majority of NFL fans that tune in this Sunday. But I doubt anyone affiliated with the Patriots cares.
I believe this will be a good game. The Patriots are favored and rightfully so. Am I rooting for the Pats? Absolutely not. Do I think they will win? Absolutely.
Until Brady retires at who-knows what age, New England will continue to dominate. But don’t worry my loyal 10 followers, that time is near. Soon they will fall to the bottom of the AFC East and feel the daily struggles that we all face. Or Jimmy Football will be Brady 2.0 and I will switch to another sport. No matter what, enjoy the Super Bowl. Drink in the pageantry. Say one final farewell to another football season full of tears, cheers, boos, and beers. See you in September.
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