Super Bowls have become worth watching

by Gary Shelton on February 3, 2016 · 0 comments

in general, NFL

Wednesday, 6 a.m.

Once, it was uncomfortable to watch.

It was a lot of one team, not so much of the other. It was greatness against mediocrity. It was windshield against bug.

It was the Super Bowl, and it was the worst spectacle in sports.

Of the game's first 31 contests, 22 of them were double-digit wins. San Francisco beat Denver 55-10. Chicago beat New England 46-10. Washington beat Denver, 42-10. And so it went. There was no drama, no tension. The Super Bowl was one team showing greatness at a time. It was always one team beating the snot out of another.

And then it changed. Thirteen of the last 17 Super Bowls have been

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