Super Bowl Sunday. A major event for not only the fans of the two teams playing but for everyone who loves the sport of football and a day of friends and family. It is a day to show pride for your home team and celebrate a hopeful victory.
Being from Boston, I have always felt the rush of pride and excitement for not only the Patriots but all of our sports teams. Family and friends gather around the 60-inch plasma screen TV, pre-ordered wings and bud-light beers in hand, the fans are ready to watch. We scream, we chant, we feel the anxiety for the players, we feel for the players as they take their hits, we take them; as we watch the game from miles away it's like we are at the stadium. We can only imagine being in Minneapolis on this cold, winter Sunday night, the dedicated ones attend, spending thousands of dollars- to be there to witness it all.
Even if you don't consider yourself from New England, you find yourself watching, millions find themselves watching. This one game between two rivals brings together so many people who wouldn't usually have much in common. It is so exciting to be with your friends and family to not only watch the game but to enjoy your time together. It is a day of rival, comradery and most importantly a fun day of football with friends. No matter who won, it was still a blast to spend the entire day celebrating the best two teams in the country!