Do you have to sit there and pretend you love the game if you don't? Of course not. But there are certainly things you can do to enjoy the afternoon much more.
We look forward to the day of the big game to catch up on other things or take advantage of the sparse crowds out there. Here are a few tips for non-football fans this Sunday.
Just a week before the start of football season, the NFL announced the settlement of the concussion litigation brought by its former players. As a lawyer representing a number of former NFL players, I find myself questioning many aspects of the deal.
These are the tastiest chicken wings in America, straight from the menus of some of the country's hottest kitchens.
Avoid tragedy by properly securing your TV, whether it's an old CRT set you've had forever or a brand new HDTV you're just bringing home.
I'm only watching the Super Bowl for ONE reason this year: Bruno Mars. Let me give you some background on that.
Quick: what do Buffalo wings and the Super Bowl have in common? (Besides consuming large quantities of the former while enjoying the latter.)
Plowing through the salty, crunchy, carb-heavy snacks that Super Bowl parties are notorious for will leave you feeling like a linebacker come Monday morning. Not awesome. So, let's talk game day strategy:
Look for great photos of the great plays of the winning team in your news outlet of choice... But realize too that those shots will likely be matched in number by photos of the "rest" of the game.
One day back in the early 1970s as a dogged sports reporter, I wanted to see if it were true, as generally believed, that America stops for the Super Bowl.
This is where the American dream meets reality.
Thirty years ago, what Apple announced it was going to do was democratize computing. Back then, the idea of a computer that was personalized to people -- with a mouse and graphics and a warm experience for the user -- was revolutionary.
We all enjoy the pre-game hype, anticipate a round of fabulous television commercials and look forward to seeing what the Clydesdales will do next. As the public prepares for the big game, doctors and nurses in hospital emergency rooms prepare for something else -- a potential rush of heart attack patients.
My Wife Ashley and I host a party every Sunday for the football games. We invite about 10-15 people over and its something that we always look forward to.
The boy in me who was raised on Buddy Ryan football was shocked to hear himself say no. My ego and pride were alive with the notion that someone thought my son would be a good football player, but the idea of him banging his head into other people terrified me.
Here we are once again at the most important weekend in American sport.