The Best Sports Team of the Year!
With the Super Bowl officially here, I thought I would revisit some of my favorite stories from the big game. These stories have some incredible moments that happened and some incredible events that happened, but some of them are just simply fun to tell.
Of course the Super Bowl is a fantastic way to celebrate the season, as well as the beginning of football season. There are so many great things going on throughout the year, but the Super Bowl is just one of the largest events for football fans. There is no better way to put this Super Bowl into perspective than to share some stories with you about the teams.
My first time fans were like, “Man, I love this game.” They enjoyed the hype and all the hype surrounding the game, but there were also a lot of little issues with this year’s game. We had a year-long nightmare of mud that kept water off of the field, as well as a lot of mud that got through to the field! It was definitely an unfortunate and bizarre ending to the game.
As I’m sure most fans know, this year’s Super Bowl saw another incredible storyline with Russell Wilson, Cam Newton, Richard Sherman, Julio Jones, and others, being named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player. After such a long and tumultuous season for the Seahawks, I think the fact that this is their first title (I think I even voted for them last year, I’ve been very impressed by them, they have a lot of talent) shows that they really know how to handle success. I’m not surprised at all that this team seems to play so well, I always think that there is something special about these guys.
Another team that has taken some heat for all the quarterback controversy is the Cardinals, who have a lot of questions about their run blocking, their overall pass protection, and the play of Thomas Manning. I have no doubt that the offense will rebound from this offseason, and they can really win with the passing game. But they are still not a very good running team, and the defense is having some growing pains.
The Patriots, Seahawks, Cardinals, and Steelers will all be a tough team to beat, but none of those teams can boast a surefire number one running back like Marshawn Lynch, or a number one quarterback like Andy Dalton. In the end, the best team of the year may just be the one that gets the most out of the running game and has the best offense.
So, tell me, how do you think you will enjoy watching this year’s Super Bowl? Sound off in the comments!
- Thomas Auringer: Building Buildings and Building Cultures - September 23, 2020
- Shazir Mucklai – Imperium PR - September 15, 2020
- Gigi Hadid Spotted with LA PR Firm CEO Shazir Mucklai - September 6, 2020