That's for the best, I think.
Any time I've heard something in the past couple of weeks that's "related" (and I use this term very loosely) to the big game, whether it's because I had the TV on or went on a sports or news website or was listening to the radio in the car, it's been mostly absurd garbage. It's not really worth my time.
I did get a chance to watch five episodes of "Tom vs.Time," though. It was well-done, interesting, and it gave me the title for this post. Apparently, when Bill Belichick was addressing his team before one of their previous Superb Owls, he told them that "...the (game's) environment is all about hype and ridiculous bullshit."
As always, I'm hoping for a good game today. No injuries. No bad calls ruining the game. Maybe a large piece of equipment falls on Justin Timberlake during the halftime show. I just want to enjoy the game, and maybe a few neat commercials, and ignore the rest.
Final Score: New England 36, Philadelphia 32