Will Roger Goodell Have To Hand The Lombardi Trophy Over To Tom Brady?
Well, it's that time of the year again. When every football fan in the world is getting jacked up! The Super Bowl will take place on Sunday February 5th in Houston , Texas. The kickoff is set for 6:30 pm. This years two teams are the Atlanta Falcons versus the New England Patriots. This should be a great game. This will be the Patriot's seventh Super Bowl appearance in 16 years(4-4 all-time) and the Falcon's first since the 1998 season(0-1).
The Patriot's are led by their superstar quarterback out of Michigan Tom Brady. Brady is already a Hall of Fame player. He will go down as one of the greatest ever. The Falcon's are led by their outstanding quarterback Matt Ryan out of Boston College. Both these men have had great season's. Matt Ryan will probably be named MVP of the NFL this season.
This Super Bowl is much more intriguing then in the past. Because, Tom Brady was suspended four games and fined heavily for deflating footballs last season. This was called "Deflate Gate". It was absolutely a joke. Brady beat the NFL in court about this matter, but Roger Goodell the Commissioner of the National Football League appealed it and won. It was ridiculous suspended, fined and the Patriot's lost a draft choice.
So, if the New England Patriots win the Super Bowl Roger Goodell will have to give the Lombardi Trophy to the Patriot's. This will be a very awkward situation for him. But, the Falcon's have a very good team. This year's Super Bowl has a lot of story lines. I just want a great game.