The Super Bowl is in San Francisco next year. As the name of the game suggests, the games pits some of the best teams from all over the world against each other in the hopes of winning the biggest prize in sports: the Super Bowl. Who are these teams? Let’s look at the rosters.
This year’s game will feature some of the top-rated teams, such as the Dallas Cowboys, the New England Patriots, the Atlanta Falcons, and the New York Giants. But the question is, how did they get there? A win on Sunday will only be a beginning of their journey. What this season means for the players is not entirely clear, but the players know they are making history in the process.
So, what does the Super Bowl mean to them? Some of the players think it means more than any regular season game. According to veteran players on these teams, the team atmosphere has been extremely special.
If you ask players who have done the most for the team building up to the Super Bowl, the answer is usually the same. They all agree that the players have felt a sense of accomplishment knowing that they will be part of history this coming season. The hope for the players is to win one of the best games in Super Bowl history.
From the top of the list down to the smallest of players, this year’s team will play a great game. These players are going to be looking forward to Super Bowl week and the following few months when they are back in their normal day jobs, going home, and focusing on the game.
Team owners on the other hand are getting ready for this week. They are calling their partners, asking if they can make a play and donate some funds to charity, and most importantly, if they can afford tickets to the game.
While this is just the start of the game of baseball in the SBA, it is a good place to start. While the sport and the game itself may not become a competitive sport in the future, people still have to enjoy it.