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NFL Superbowl – February 3 – Promo

Baseball may be America’s favorite pastime. Football, however, is the pulse-pounding heartbeat and core of every true patriotic, red-blooded, working-class citizen whose openly associated love-affair with the smash-mouth grind iron is an intrinsic fiber of their moral fabric.

The pageantry of events in sporting history is often embellished with time – Wilt Chamberlain scoring 100 in Hershey, PA, Joe DiMaggio home run streak with the New York Yankees, Rocky Marciano’s untainted win/loss record and of course – for all intents and purposes – The Undertaker’s perfect 20-0 Wrestlemania milestone.

There is one singular distinction that supercedes all the aforementioned rose-tinted nostalgic landmarks – NFL Superbowl
XLVII, which comes live and exclusive from New Orleans, LA on February 3, 2013.

Mere mortals become legends in the blink on an eye, reveling in the glory whilst confetti falls like rain dew. The victors overbearingly clutch the be-all and end-all Lombardi trophy as ‘We Are The Champions’ penetrates thunderously, whilst nearly one billion watch on national television and almost another 80, 000 watch the action unfold. The Superbowl is to zealous Americans what the FIFA World Cup is to pride-filled Europeans and South Americans. It is one for the ages.

This premier gut-check time where it’s go hard or go home, purely due to the opportunity never arising again or being sheerly outclassed when your best is not enough (See: NFL legend Dan Marino – Zero rings). Last year, New York Giants claimed supremacy in Superbowl XLVI

after defeating New England Patriots in an ending twist a greater twist than Jerry Bruckheimer could possible conjure, denying coach Bellicheck’s team (New England) an elusive fourth Superbowl title in the space of a decade.

Superstar quarterback, Tom Brady, whose instant offense was the catalyst of the success of the Pats last season, threw a now infamous erratic errant pass which was intercepted by Giants Linebacker ,Chase Blackburn, in the penultimate stage of the game.

The list of domineering dynasties in NFL folkfore include – Dallas Cowboys in the 1990’s, Green Bay Packers of the 1960’s, New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts of the 2000’s came, saw and conquered. Who is going to leave their mark once this decade has passed?

Who’s own immortality will be inscribed and christened on the Lombardi trophy in 2013? Indianapolis Colts, Atlanta Falcons, Houston Texans, Seattle Seahawks? Only time will tell.

‘Single Ladies’ pop diva, Beyonce, will headline at the astoundingly stupendous halftime NFL Superbowl XLVII glitz, where the talented Texan revealed that her fans will join her on stage.

Halftime has formed an goliath-like legacy of its own, much like the any given Sunday serving itself, with a whos-who of entertainment royalty benevolently gracing the stage in the annals over the years. (Michael Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Cee Lo Green, M.I.A, Nicki Minaj, Madonna, Janet Jackson, The Rolling Stones)

Beyonce is sure to add another chapter in her storied legacy on February 3, when all eyes will be fixated on her acclaimed brand of showmanship and certifiably first class vocals in the one of the most watched events in the sporting calendar – NFL Superbowl.

In the path to Superbowl XLVII, the clash of the titans between the NFC and AFC elite is slowly coming to fruition as the 2012-2013 regular season winds down as we enter the play offs which will invariably shape the remaining two franchises. Strap your seat belt, it’s going to be a wildly entertaining ride.



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By : Dean Perretta

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