There’s one Special Day in February that’s all about friends getting together and eating, we’re talking about Super Bowl Sunday. Sure, there’s football on the TV and everyone is looking for the best seat in the house. But the big game is also about a big menu. Knowing what foods to make for the Super Bowl can be a bit intimidating. Luckily, we have you covered with these delicious Super Bowl treats.
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Super Bowl LIII
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are headed back to the Super Bowl for the fourth time in five years. Brady At age 41 has now secured more Super Bowl appearances than every single team in the NFL outside of his own Patriots. The Brady train goes for ring No. 6 and with a win, setting the record for the most by an individual player.
The Pats have made it to the Super Bowl nine of the last 18 seasons. Brady is in his 19th season in the NFL. He appeared in just one game as a rookie and one in 2008 when he injured his knee in the opener. In the other 17 seasons, he quarterbacked the Patriots to the playoffs 16 times. He has reached 13 AFC championship games and has an all-time playoff record of 29-10 (.744 winning percentage).
Since entering the league as the 199th pick in the 2000 NFL Draft, Brady has grown into the best quarterback of all time, thanks in part to his 6–3 Super Bowl record. Brady is one of only two quarterbacks to win the Super Bowl in their first season as a starter,
Brady has also set an unbelievable legacy standard when it comes to clutch performances. His greatest championship victory came after the Falcons blew a 28–3 lead in the fourth quarter, allowing Brady to lead New England to a 34–28 overtime win. Every one of those previous Patriots 8 Super Bowls with Tom Brady has all been instant classics.
The New England Patriots are unquestionably one of the greatest sports dynasties of all time. But like all great teams, they have their haters. Just imagine all those frustrated sports fans around the country and the meltdowns they are having now that the Patriots are headed back to the Super Bowl. Outside of New England, when it comes to the Patriots, it genuinely boils people's blood.
Fans have always had hatred for certain teams. The New York Yankees were the standard bearers for all New England sport fans for years. Was it because that team and its fans are perceived as arrogant, or the team is consistently among the very best? My guess is it’s a little bit of both. But one thing is for sure, those Patriot haters are now very tired of seeing the Patriots win.
Well that’s just too bad for the Haters right now because the fans are making plans for tomorrow’s big game and another Super Bowl championship. I am very excited about the prospect of winning again and solidifying the Sports regions dynasty. After all, we have been patiently waiting for a championship team to emerge and once again capture the hearts of the fans. Speaking as a Fan Boy, it’s been hard because we haven’t seen a sports team championship since the Red Sox won the World Series 97 Days ago. Yes, when the Patriots win Sunday night, it will have the haters frothing from the mouth.