Bring it on!
Have them do the Star Spangled Banner while you're at it, instead of some "personal" rendition by the low-life talent that usually performs it (notice the absence of the word sing).
First Super Bowl I ever intentionally did not watch, not even the highlights on ESPN or the evening news. Cannot stand the Ravens, especially Ray Lewis.
And the QB for the 49'ers looks like he should be in an orange jumpsuit or an NBA uniform with his tattoos, goatee and end-zone celebration. What a revolting spectacle!
And why bother to watch it just for the commercials? They will be running for the next six months any way.
And I won`t even get into the murder he was involved in:
If everyone is secretly suspicious of so many athletic achievements in the 21st century, why aren’t we talking about it?
“Why isn’t anyone questioning Ray Lewis’s miraculous recovery from a torn triceps muscle? At age 37, not only did he recover in 10 weeks from an injury that usually takes 6 months minimum for recovery, but, upon returning, he played at a higher level than before he was injured. Are sports ‘journalists’ incapable of learning from their own mistakes (we JUST HAD both the Baseball HOF vote and Lance admitting to steroid use), or is the sport just bigger than the truth?”
When Bertrand Berry and Ty Warren suffered a complete tear of their triceps, it took them six months to recover. When Arizona left tackle Levi Brown suffered a complete tear of his triceps in August 2012, the Cardinals immediately put him on their season-ending injured list. When Ray Lewis suffered a complete tear of his triceps in mid-October, we thought he was finished for the season only he returned to action a little more than two months later. During the third month of his “recovery,” he made 17 tackles in a double-overtime playoff game in Denver. In 13-degree weather. At age 37.