Football

Every year, a pair of the NFL’s top teams battle it out on the gridiron for the coveted title of Super Bowl champions.

While the players are going toe-to-toe on the field, the fans watching at home, at a friends or at a local establishment are sure to cheer their favorite team, or in same cases, against the team.

Then there’s the commercials. Millions of people will watch just to the see which business has the best ad on television at that time.

There will be cheers and jeers, and in some cases it may turn into something more heated.

Don’t let it get to you, laugh it off, walk away and remember its only a game.

Also, no matter where you decide to watch the Super Bowl, officials ask fans to drive sober, stay safe to celebrate another day.

Also, if you plan on taking the party on the road, be sure to tap a designated driver. The only collisions anyone wants to see are the two teams as they gather on the line of scrimmage.

If none of that appeals to you, just remember there’s always the puppy bowl.

Our Voice is the opinion of the editorial board of the Seguin Gazette.

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