Super Bowl match is complete. New England Patriots want to confront Los Angeles Rams for the 2002 Super Bowl XXXVI rematch. It can be repeated over and over again when Brady and the patriots in the game seem to be yearly, but you have to appreciate the grandeur. Their great, as well as an opportunity to see them dethroned. No matter who you are rooting for, at least we can root for a good game, right?
Super Bowl is next weekend, Sunday, February 3 and we want to know if you want to win. In the US, this is an unofficial national holiday. Friends and family gather around the TV, with plenty of food, and watch games and everything that comes with it, like those great commercials and breaks.
Big games are breaking the TV viewing records in the US: The top 7 most viewed people If you’re among those who want to watch at home, these are the TVs we recommend to watch on, as well as the scope of coverage. complete coverage of CBS Sports games. (Note that CNET is owned by CBS.) If you want to watch more online, we have also protected you there.
Maybe you don’t like football. Are you still watching I know a lot of people just watch ads and take breaks. Heck, some people just watch the food that comes with it. In addition to breaking the viewing records, in the US, this day marks the second highest day of food consumption outside Thanksgiving. Nothing defeated a series of buffalo wings and TV. Check out this great book from our friends at Chowhound to conquer your Super Bowl menu.
So we have some questions for you. Will you be watching this year? Will you go to some form of party? If so, how are you watching? If not, how come? And above all, who do you want to win ?! We love hearing your feedback and can’t wait to see your feedback in this article.