Please refresh the page and retry. But why would anyone want to watch a four-and-a-half hour orgy of consumption where the rare glimpses of sporting action are tediously silly? Basketball we like. But American football?
This year is no exception. After the Patriots snaked their way past the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship, I could almost hear the audible sigh as the football-loving nation shook their heads in unison. Everybody gets to watch Tom Brady take the largest stage in sports once more to continue his legacy as the… what exactly? Coming from an avid Atlanta Falcons fan, those familiar with Super Bowl 51 are likely aware of the outcome.
At no time was Super Bowl 53 as compelling, entertaining, or satisfying as that video of a naked guy pooping while flipping into a lake. Sunday evening would have been better spent watching that again. Guess which I choose.
Chicago Bears unknown. When they lose, it's the referee's fault, or the quarterback's fault, and the Bears did not get beaten, because they could have won the whole time. When the Bears are knocked out of the playoffs, fans claim that they don't really care and automatically become die hard fans of the favored Super Bowl contender. The only team with fans that will brag about an season.