Super Bowl XLV in Dallas Texas

In a somewhat flat Super Bowl 45, the Green Bay Packers are bringing home the bacon. Aaron Rodgers was named MVP after leading his team to a 31-25 over the Pittsburgh Steelers, and officially stopping the Brett Favre debate. 3 years after Favre left, and 14 years after their last Super Bowl title the kid from California erased all doubts.

Aaron Rogers wins the Super Bowl MVP

Overcoming key injuries, a sensational rally by the Steelers, and loads of penalties later we give the game a 7. Pittsburgh defensive explosion (watch the NY Jets game) was proven to be a half hit wounder, repeated drops, and a boring 3rd quarter made this game a snooze despite what the score line says.

Packers celebrating their Super Bowl win after 14 years

You could tell Big Ben was hurt out there, and his usual running threat was lacking as well. He is a great QB and a terrible person, but his performance was lacking, not to mention his interception lead to a easy Packers TD. He will still have time to collect more silverware, until then don’t mention his name in the same category as Brady or Payton.

Big Ben of the Pittsburgh Steelers sucks

But enough about Football lets talk Dallas who get a -D on their report card, negative because the weather was freezing (give FL a 10 year hosting rights until the water overflows), but worst the venue. This $1.2 billion stadium had terrible turf (key reason for the injuries we saw), sound system was a joke, and the worst part 1200 seats were incomplete, and deemed unsafe. So for a state that is known to go big you did, but for all the wrong reasons.

Half time show was a bust, The Black Eyed Peas gave everyone a shiner with their music and Tron themed show. Fergie looked lost out there yelling to the mic, and singing a lame rendition of sweet child… Slash really!? What is wrong with you? Anyways ever since we saw some boobs on TV courtesy of Janet the shows are getting progressively bad. Dancers with boxes on their head, and Usher doing the split this is what is going to get me pumped… com’on!

Slash really? Super Bowl half time show

We could go on and on but Steve Martin said it best in his tweet…

I learned so much about love during the halftime show. Andthen at the end when it said, ‘The Beginning,’ I thought ‘Wow.’ Just. Wow.

Thank good for Super Bowl commercials… here are some of our favorites: