I-it's all a m-meme r-right? Americans don't actually enjoy this idiotic sport
We do because it's awesome. Also, stop calling your pseudo-sport where part of the game strategy involves grown men rolling in the grass and crying "football". Football was called football long before grass crying was called football.
Also, if you're British, learn to pronounce R's faggot.
As a Broncos fan, I have every right to post this, considering what happened in SB 48.
>tfw used to sperg out if the Packers lost as a kid
I still do sperg out when they lose but I numb it with alcohol and drugs
>post thread about what would happen if men lost all interest in women for a day
>anon tells me that for americans, that day is the super bowl and that women hate it and try to ruin it
thought it was worth a mention
Kek, they do now that I think about it
>One time, feminists tried to claim that domestic violence (which only happens to women) peaks on Super Bowl Sunday. Turned out to be a lie. Google "Super bowl hoax"
>This year, feminists paid for a crappy Super Bowl ad about domestic violence
>Implying people haven't grown bored of Super Bowl commercials
And yet, we still speak it better than the descendants of the people who did.
>tldr: England got BTFO so hard in the American Revolution they forgot how to speak their own language
At its roots pro football is a great sport, it's like turn based simulated field war. It puts more emphasis on knowing the strategy of the moment rather than just trying to kick/throw a ball/puck into a net
To be honest, it is better than a game in which a team only needs to get one point ahead and then lean on the opposing team by keeping the ball out of play as much as humanly possible. But all competitive sports are just a retarded surrogate for nationalism
>pey pey played like shit as expected
>still lost $200 on the superb owl because scam couldn't get a drive going + two refball assisted touchdowns
Next season man. Next season we're going to be unstoppable.