I'm sitting here biding my time until the big game begins. It's been a quiet two weeks since the two contenders won the right to play for the NFL Lombardi Trophy. The only real hype has been whether the aging star, Peyton Manning, will ride into the sunset with as many Super Bowl rings as his Brother Eli Manning or if we are now on the dawn of a new era lead by The Future Cam Newton.
Does this really matter? It does to the bettors and the players and yes the owners of the teams and their employees. It also matters to the Networks and the Media and yes their employees and their families.
It also matters to the fans of both teams and the businesses in the cities they reside. I guess it does matter to the fans of the NFL and also those that just enjoy the big party that comes once a year.
I guess it matters to the fans of Music or the bands and acts that will be playing. I guess it matters to many people around the world too. Not as much as in America but it seems like American Football is now catching on in England and most likely other parts of the world. I know that there are many Soldiers in America and stationed around the World that will be looking forward to the relief and enjoyment that the Super Bowl offers. There must also be many people from America living abroad that are looking forward to our biggest sporting event of the year.
But is the Super Bowl really that important?
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