Sunday, February 1, 2015

Super Thoughts for Super Sunday

The Super Bowl has gotten too big--it isn't about the game anymore.

The NFL has some serious issues that they are ignoring which significantly detract from the game.
Roger Goodell at News Conference

I would like protest against the Super Bowl and not watch it, but I have watched every Super Bowl since number 3 and, I know Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the NFL, would not get a report in the morning that I had passed on watching the game.

There is something wrong with a sporting event where people are more excited about the TV commercials than the game itself.

There is too much TV in the NFL. 

Deflate-gate, the accusations that New England used under inflated balls, should have been resolved before the game. It remains clear that the penalty for violating the NFL rules is a trip to the Super Bowl. 

The NFL has created a ticket nightmare for this event which is affecting many normal people who had hoped to get tickets for the game. Just another tactic where the NFL doesn't understand that the success of the league is because of throngs of people who don't qualify for special privileges.

-- Bob Doan, Elkridge, MD

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