By. Luke Reeder
After another long NFL season, one of America’s greatest traditions, the Super Bowl, has passed, only this one left most football fans with a sour taste in their mouths. The New England Patriots, for what feels like the fifty third time in fifty three championship games, came away with a win in Atlanta, holding the dynamic offense of the L.A. Rams with 3 total points. Yikes. Considering 10 of New England’s 13 total points came in the fourth quarter hammers home the fact that this was a defense-oriented game, the complete opposite of what most people predicted. And if you aren’t a fan of the Patriots or Rams, that means it wasn’t an easy watch. At least there was the halftime show. Oh wait. Nothing against Spongebob though. I mean, even the players’ post-game reactions were boring, There wasn’t a lot of jumping up and down and yelling, just kind of a, “Been here, done that” look by Belichick and crew. Overall, was it the most exciting Super Bowl? No. Was it the most boring Super Bowl? Yes. And while I’d like to congratulate all the Patriots fans, at this point it’s almost expected for them to win it all. As we go into the offseason, let’s celebrate the beginning of the NFL’s 100th season and the hopefulness it brings for every fanbase, but let me leave you with one scary thought: there’s still a large probability that next year’s Super Bowl game could be a rematch.