Super Bowl Anticipation
That logo is pretty bad. Looks like a Tostitos Fiesta Bowl logo or something.
So I’ve got only about 14 hours left until kickoff. It’s pretty sad, but a lot of my enthusiasm (and I feel I’m not alone) is due to the great commercials always aired. If I really cared for either team, then maybe I’d be more hyped for the game itself, but as it is, I love how it’s an excuse to just sit on my ass for four hours.
I’m going to be rooting for the Colts and Peyton Manning, since I feel like he’s earned it with that astonishing win over the Patriots last week. He’s always been shaky in the playoffs, but with that one performance, he redeemed himself – but he still needs to finish the job. Marvin Harrison, hell the whole team, is a example of how to play the game. I really don’t notice too much showboating. Not that the Bears are a bunch of pompous morons like the New York Giants, but it’s always refreshing to see a guy as good as Marvin Harrison play the game with such class. And yea, color does have a lot to do with it. I bet he doesn’t like it when he sees the other players of his race acting like a bunch of idiots – namely TO.
But the Bears are a good team, and you can’t count them out. Anything can happen in just one game. Hopefully, it will be a game of the close, hard-fought variety. I know for sure that the halftime show will be better than last year’s. The Rolling Stones’ set last year was the most obscene thing I’ve seen on broadcast television. Seeing a 60-year-old man dance like that was more disturbing than an episode of the X-Files. But this year, Prince is lined up to play and he will no doubt give the best performance since U2’s during Super Bowl XXXVI in 2002. Sorry, Paul McCartney.
I hope you have an awesome time watching the Super Bowl. I know I will.