|I like her better in "Bones"|
It's a shame really, because Super Bowl Sunday serves as the New Year's Eve party of the US sports year. Football is the overwhelming definer of US sports culture. There's an entire industry growing around the evaluation of the talent of preteens! The NFL Draft will attract higher ratings than the major events of many other sports. That's why the sports year ends with the Super Bowl and begins 3 days later with college football's "Signing Day!". (Though this is somewhat of a misnomer, as it actually is the beginning of a long signing period. But you gotta have an event for TV.)
So the redeeming factor of a BGB (Big Game Blowout) is that with old year gone, a fresh new year awaits. Depending on your sports bent in addition to Signing Day you can look forward to the Winter Olympics, March Madness, The Masters, the Daytona 500, and the NBA and NHL playoffs.
So remember fondly the Muppets, Doberhuahuas, the friendship between a puppy and a horse, and The 80s calling.
Just don't go anywhere near ESPN for a few days. Unless you're a Peyton Hater. Because, ouch.