Which team will win the Super Bowl?

With only one day left until Super Bowl XLIX let’s revisit this poll! Ive been going back and fourth on my vote all week, but I’ve finally come to a decision. I pick the Seattle Seahawks. Why? Because I believe the Seahawks have more weapons (especially on defense) than the Patriots. The key to the game will be advancing on 3rd downs, which I believe Lynch will be able to execute for the Hawks and putting the pressure on Brady. If Seattle can keep this pressure on New England all four quarters I think they will be the champions for the second year in a row.
Let’s just keep our fingers crossed that it’s not another blow out!
Catch me on Twitter tomorrow tweeting live from @gamedaygirlsb !

Super Bowl Sunday: Rules and Players

Hey Gameday fans! I know I promised a list of key players to get you all prepared for the upcoming game this Sunday! I’ve been super swamped at work this week and haven’t been able to post but wanted to be sure to hold up my end of the deal. So here is a great article I borrowed! It breaks down the rules and will get you up to date on all the key players you’ll see on Sunday night!

Thanks for counting down to the Super Bowl with me! I’ll be tweeting live Sunday from my Twitter @gamedaygirlsb ! Can’t wait to see what goes down Sunday night!

The Rules of the Game – Amore & Vita

Who to Know SBXLIX: Coaches Edition

There are only FOUR more days until Super Bowl Sunday and as I promised here is more on everything you need to know to be prepared for #GameDay! I am excited about this post because I learned some new things as well. When it comes to these two teams, the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks, I’m sure there are a few individuals that come to mind. If you have been paying attention to the media at all over the last two weeks I’m sure you’ve heard the name Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and Marshawn Lynch, but who else and what match ups has the media missed while they have been busy covering all the “drama”. Never fear GameDay Girl is here to break it down for you! This is the begging of my list of key players from each team with a short description of why they are important (pictures included). Enjoy! 🙂  Continue reading “Who to Know SBXLIX: Coaches Edition”

Everything Super Bowl Sunday

What’s the Hype?

The Super Bowl is much more than just a football game. It has become one of the most annually watched television programs in history. Whether you are a die-hard, causal, or not a fan of football at all, most likely you will be participating in some type of Super Bowl Sunday gathering or activities come February 1st.

Personally I just became more interested in the NFL but I can remember almost every Super Bowl Sunday dating back to when I was in grade school. Back then I looked forward to Super Bowl Sunday because I knew my family would be going to a Super Bowl party where I would get to see my friends and of course eat plenty of amazing #gameday food. As I got older (and advertising became more advanced) my main focus during the super bowl was on the outrageous commercials. Watching all the commercials was important because it was all people talked about the next day in school. Some teachers even made it part of their curriculum to watch and analyze them. But now as a NFL fan the Super Bowl means more to me than ever before.

As the countdown to Super Bowl 49 begins, your Game Day Girl is here to help you break it down and understand what the hype is all about!

Continue reading “Everything Super Bowl Sunday”

ESPN Sports Science on Deflategate

Thanks for your input RicoSauve! I would have to agree that this is a Non-Issue. They amount of air in the ball clearly did not have an effect on the outcome of the game. As you mentioned the Patriots outscored the Colts in the second half 24-0 they would have won either way.

At first I was upset and on the side of Issue because of Tom Brady, Belichick and the Patriots history of cheating. But at the end of the day it is competitive sports and this is not the only way that athletes or teams are trying to gain an advantage.

My opinion is this is a small issue made into a bigger issue because the media loves to talk about Tom Brady, Belichick and the infamous New England team.

#DeflateGate: Issue – Non-Issue?

With Super Bowl 49 less than two weeks away the NFL is facing yet another issue; investigations and allegations that the New England Patriots intentionally deflated the game balls used in the AFC Championship.  But is this really an issue? Did the supposed deflated balls have any real affect on the outcome of the game? Do you consider this cheating?

Share your thoughts on the #deflategate in the comments section or share your answer in the poll!

Super Bowl 49

With the February 1 quickly approaching, make sure to visit gamedaygirl, your go-to for everything you need to know about Super Bowl 49! I will be blogging about hot topics, team and event background, who to know, and of course my take on the infamous super bowl commercials & TV revenue.