Why we shouldn’t give the Super Bowl the time of day

Harry Kettle

The Super Bowl is great for a lot of reasons. You can get a big group of your mates together and everyone has a laugh watching it, and it’s generally one of the better sporting events of the year. However, as with anything it has some serious flaws that make you want to throw things at the TV throughout the four or five hours that it takes place.

Whether or not the pros outweigh the cons is a matter of opinion, but it’s certainly one of the most divisive occasions on the calendar every year. Whether you hate American football or you don’t, the likelihood is that you’ve watched a couple minutes of it here or there – and if you haven’t, you literally must’ve been living under a rock for a long time now.

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With that little rant over, it’s time to continually moan and be depressed over the fact that we won’t be witnessing any more NFL action for quite a while. We’ve got the draft coming up, but that doesn’t mend the whole that this beloved league has left in our hearts. Why must you do this to us, Roger Goodell? Oh well, we’ll just continue to point out the flaws of the biggest game of the year instead.