For most men, the bragging rights alone make winning their fantasy football league worthwhile, but we're sure a little extra change on the side wouldn't hurt their motivation. The NFL showed (well, embellished) the lifestyle changes one could have if they were to win the league's new Fantasy Football game that will pay the winner one million dollars. While we're not sure if one million dollars will garner you an entourage and private plane, it's not a bad haul in exchange for sitting at your computer crunching receiving stats.
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For years, viewers have tuned into the NFL's Super Bowl as much to see what the advertisers roll out as how the two teams vying for the sport's top prize perform. This year was no different. Each time that NBC cut away from Super Bowl XLVI between the New York Giants and New England Patriots a hush came over most Super Bowl parties as everyone -- and not just the diehard sports fans with a rooting (or betting) interest -- focused entirely on the ads.
How does this Super Bowl ad stack up?