Watching the Superbowl and enjoying the Superbowl is a tradition for most people and most families. It is a reason to gather friends for the day and have a party. It is a reason to prepare all those snacks you love. It is a reason to get loud when that great tackle or that even greater touchdown is made.
Plus, if you don’t like the football aspect of the game, there are still many things for you to watch and enjoy. First, there are the commercials. Everyone wants to see what those advertisers have come up with this year. We want to see how they spent those big bucks. We want to laugh at those funny ones and make fun of the dumb ones. Then there is the half time show. This year Madonna will be on center stage. This will be fun for those of us who never saw her live in concert.
Finally, for those who actually enjoy football there is the game. The Patriots and the Giants had a long hard road to this day. They fought hard to make their way to Lucas Oil Stadium. Now it is time for the fans to cheer them on and see who will come out on top as the victor.
How many will be watching the Superbowl this year? Last year, the estimates show that over 111 million people were glued to the game. This was a record US audience. This year the number should be a lot higher, if they count the mobile devices? Yes, the Superbowl has gone mobile, according to nfl.com. Viewers can now catch the game online and via their phone. This is perfect for those people who may have to work or those who have to run for snacks during the game.
Will your favorite team be crowned the Superbowl champion this year? Time will tell. But chances are you will be watching and rooting them on every minute of the game.