If the two Super Bowls this year will be the last in history, then it is time for the Super Bowl to get serious about its future. The Super Bowl has the chance to find a way out of its current situation where it loses its appeal and brand, while turning away potential players because of the embarrassment of getting beaten by their own stadium.
To me, the Super Bowl is more than just a football game. It is the Super Bowl on top of the planet and needs to take this seriously as a way to make the sport so much more exciting.
In the past, such games have had short plays and not many commercials, but that has changed. And the NFL has to put more money into the games, because these are some of the biggest ticket items in the world. Super Bowl LII is going to sell out in record time and the money will come pouring in.
One thing that can really set this game apart from the rest is the field. I have seen games played at smaller stadiums and watched the wind blowing around them at times. But I have never seen anything like it on Super Bowl Sunday.
The stadiums are always bigger than you think, which gives you the opportunity to see that you are indeed sitting in a beast. The field is bigger than you think. And the fans can barely see the end zones because the crowd is so large.
The stadium has grown over the years, but there is something about the field at the new place that makes you think about what it must be like being at this place for a long time. How would you feel about playing a football game on it? In fact, the game was actually played there once before and it was very popular.
This year’s football game might even draw a crowd from all over the world, as it was even played in Mexico. There is still a huge following from Mexico for the game and it would be a real thrill to play the game there in the future.
One thing is for sure: The game is here to stay and it is time for the league to start acting like it. Since the Super Bowl is basically the only thing that gets people to go to the stadiums, then it should be about more than winning.