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They call it coaching, but it is teaching. You do not just tell show them the reasons." - Vince Lombardi

What Makes the Super Bowl Special?

The Super Bowl has served as the final game of every NFL season since 1966, replacing the NFL Championship Game. Millions of people gather around their televisions for Super Bowl Sunday. Almost every year the Super Bowl is the most watched event on television.

Due to it's popularity even the commercial air time is valued at an extremely high interest by companies. Since 2015, the cost of 30 seconds of air time has been over 5 million dollars.

The Super Bowl is the event, that all young atheletes, that love football, dream of playing in. Mentors and coaches have been teaching for decades about unity, loyalty, playing for the name on the front of the jersey and not the name on the back. They would preach, not to give up on your dreams....or your dreams will give up on you, and that a player who makes a team great is more valuable than a great player.

Coaches and mentors taught the game of football to help their players learn life lessons, that they would use on the gridiron and for the rest of their lives.

Unfortunately, we have lost a large element of that at all levels of the game, and especially at the professional level.

One of the Worst Drug Addictions is Fame

From children to college to the NFL, the addiction to fame is a drug that has watered down the game. Atheletes are more interested in their social media engagement, player rankings, and the name on the back of the jersey...instead of the name on the front.

Every decision is made to place yourself in the best position to succeed. That doesn't sound like a bad thing, but when you