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  • Terry Bradshaw Essay On Football

    He exhibited a very remarkable performance in these fields. Therefore, he began his career after college when he was selected by Pittsburgh Steelers. After getting this chance, he worked hard to bring fame to the team and ended up winning four Super bowl championships. With this, he brought fame and glory to his new team and went on to achieve his dream of becoming a phenomenal fooball player. He earned more apprecitions through winning…

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  • Lost Dog And Rihanna Commercial Analysis

    and Rihanna Commercials Budweiser and Rihanna are two of the most famous names in America, though they’re known for completely different things. Budweiser, a beer company, is notorious for their Super Bowl commercials, while Rihanna is known for her music and philanthropic efforts. Budweiser’s 2015 Super Bowl commercial was effective in its use of pathos by telling the story of a dog’s journey using the emotions of animals and sad music, and ethos appealing to the male audience who want to…

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  • Beyonce's Influence On Popular Culture Essay

    Beyonce very dramatically worked in the political and news topic of Black Lives Matter movement into her performance. This particular performance gained attention from all over, from the United States to the United Kingdom. In the Super Bowl performance Beyonce used costume for her backup dancers, social media posts, and props- a piece of paper that had justice for Martin Woods written on it. She used a lot of items and ideas to make this message very clear to her audience. This is…

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  • Why Is American Football Important

    Athletics have been an important factor of life for millennia. The olympics that began in Greece are evidence of that. Sports in general have been a historically important factor around the whole world. In America, certain sports are focused on throughout the year, including baseball and basketball. Although, in this age, no sport has affected the nation as much as football. Football is at the center of many people’s lives and is what can contribute to much of family gatherings and heartfelt…

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  • Monday Night Football Popularity

    Super Bowl 50 had the third largest audience of any television broadcast in the history of television, with only Super Bowl 49 and Super Bowl 48 having larger audiences. But how did the NFL grow to become this popular? There appear to be many factors in the constant growth of the popularity, power and profits of the NFL since the 1970s. Some of these factors include Monday Night Football, new technologies providing new ways to draw fans and the NFL’s monopoly on professional football. The…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Political Advertising

    commercials regurgitated over and over. I know that the moment there is a same irritating ad; I automatically flip over to another channel and wait until there is another déjà vu. Ironically, the only time I ever watch the ads for enjoyment is the Super Bowl and often can be more exciting than the game itself. The money spent by companies like Budlight,…

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  • American Football: The Legend Of Peyton Manning

    next season in 2013 Peyton started with an amazing season opener throwing 7 touchdowns tying a league record. Peyton continued to play at such a high level throughout the season winning his 5th MVP. That year Peyton and the Colts made it to the super bowl, but lost to the Seattle Seahawks. (Biography) Throughout Peyton’s career he has mastered the quarterback position studying game tape, practicing hard and being smart on the field. Peyton has lived up to the name and has made an impact on…

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  • Summary: The Importance Of Creativity In Football

    Over one-hundred and eleven million people watched the Seattle Sea-hawks take on the Denver Broncos during the two thousand and fourteen super bowl. Every year the Super Bowl is the most-watched program on television. Many of the people watching over see the talent and amount of creativity involved in the coaching, commercials, and halftime show. Creativity and coaching often go hand in hand. Coaches possess a different set of skills for their area of work than most other people who work in…

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  • Nfl's Role In Civil Disobedience

    Chase Cummings ET Essay Thoreau and Emerson, a group of transcendentalist who brought great ideals with them, through a time of struggle in the mid 1800’s. The NFL, or National Football League, where stars can shine doing what they love for millions of fans. Just as Emerson and Thoreau present their ideas in Civil Disobedience, the players in the NFL still emulate their ideas, maybe not all of the ideals, but they all feel they consist of a “majority of one.” A first example of an NFL player…

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  • Patriots Argumentative Analysis

    suspicious of this act, as their quarterback Andrew Luck tried to throw the ball as normal but failed to do so. This controversy, known as Deflategate, sparked tension between the NFL Association, teams, and players, wanting punishment for the current Super Bowl champions. Fans of the Patriots saw it different than others, thinking that the NFL Association is singling out the Patriots, wanting other teams to be on the top of the standings for football. The official rules of the NFL require the…

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