Super Bowl LIII

Let’s pretend two things:

1) Super Bowl LIII wasn’t utter crap. 😑

2) I wrote this on time. 😂

A m a z o n


If Harrison Ford is involved, I’m a fan. 😍

A v e n g e r s : E n d g a m e


The only time you will see grown men cry during a sport 💔

. . . although this particular Super Bowl made a lot of people shed tears of boredom. 😭

B u b l y 


This is a reminder that Michael Bublé is a North American treasure. 👑

B u d   L i g h t


Where does your allegiance lie? I bend the knee for House Stark. ❄️ 🐺 ❄️

C a p t a i n   M a r v e l


Another moment that made grown men cry. 😉



The Sheriff is a man of many talents. 🤠

C o l g a t e


I just can’t resist Luke Wilson. 🙃

D o r i t o s


🎵 I’m not a huge fan of the rap section, but this is a great commercial overall. 🎶

H o b b s   &   S h a w


🔥 Dwayne. Helen. Idris. Jason. Roman. 🔥

H y u n d a i


I’m in love with Jason Bateman. That is all. 💘

M i c r o s o f t


There’s something in my eye. 😢 💕



For once, NFL fans can all agree on something: This commercial is F A N T A S T I C ! ! !

O l a y


The timing of the face ID malfunction is modern day horror. Genius!

P e p s i


This is basically a Michael Scott SBLIII commercial, & I’m here for it.

P r i n g l e s


If a company transformed me into a virtual assistant: Debbie Downer 🤪

S t e l l a   A r t o i s


This is on the list because of Jeff Bridges’ fashion choices & use of “Stella Artoes.” 😂

T – M o b i l e



This may or may not be me . . . 😂 😂 😂


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The final countdown is upon us fanboys & fangirls, the moment we’ve been waiting for since childhood: the Justice League will be on the big screen in one week! I am here to encourage peace before the chaos commences. DC community, respect your fellow fans. If your enthusiasm does not match that of someone else, please leave them alone and allow them to be happy. Marvel community, please don’t turn this into a war. No two fans are alike, but we all have one thing in common: we LOVE superheroes! I think both the Avengers and the Justice League would want us to be united, not divided. I am personally very excited and refuse to let anybody or anything to ruin this experience which is why I’m turning off all social media starting November 14th. I will be avoiding petty comments and reviews until I see the movie on the 16th because I want to form my own opinion without outside influence. If you’re not already jumping out of your skin with excitement, GET ON MY LEVEL!


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Thank You Peyton

Vandelium. Peyton Manning. 2013. Web. 7 Mar. 2016.

Vandelium. Peyton Manning. 2013. Web. 7 Mar. 2016.

I’m going to try and get through this without crying.  I am super weird and emotional when it comes to sports so please excuse me if this turns into a blubbering love fest.  I could do the expected and list Peyton Manning’s stats, but I think we all know what he did for the National Football League on the field.  If you don’t know, get out!!!  I honestly don’t remember when, why, and how I became a Peyton Manning fan.  I just remember being a fan (he was still on the Indianapolis Colts).  Because of him, the Colts became my honorary #3 team behind the Denver Broncos and New York Giants.  His skill and leadership were mesmerizing.  How could I not be a fan?!!  When he became a Bronco, I flipped out.  Best.  News.  Ever.  It wasn’t the smoothest road to win a Super Bowl, but the entire team put in work and made that happen.  Peyton wasn’t his usual self, but I don’t think it’s an accurate statement to say he did nothing.  If you deny the effect his leadership has on players, go back and watch footage from the San Diego game in which he replaced Brock Osweiler.  I mean no offense to Brock because he stepped into Manning’s shoes and led us to the playoffs.  But, when Peyton stepped onto the field and took his rightful place with the team, the change was palpable.  The players woke up, picked up the pieces, and finished the game with energy.  Now look where they are:  Super Bowl Champions!!!  I was worried because Peyton took his time making the decision to retire.  I can’t even imagine how difficult it is to let go and walk away from something that has been your life for 18 years.  However, it is the right time, and I’m glad he realized that.  He is too great a player to come back and have one more mediocre season.  Take the Super Bowl ring and run.  What a way to go out!

Manning left a mark on and off the field:  the way he carried and expressed himself, the standard he set for himself and the players around him, and the impact he made taking advantage of his position and success to bless others.  The only reason (crazy) people hate him is because he’s so respectable.  They hate that there is nothing to hate about him!  There will always be a Peyton-shaped imprint on the NFL.  Will there ever be a better quarterback?  Maybe.  Will there ever be another Peyton?  No because Peyton is Peyton.  It would be impossible to name all of his stats and records so here are a choice few:

• All-Time Career Passing Yards

• 1998 #1 Draft Pick, Indianapolis Colts

• Fastest Player to Reach 40,000 Completions & 50,000 Career Yards

• Fastest Quarterback to Beat All 31 NFL Teams

• Five-Time MVP (2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, & 2013)

• Fourteen Pro Bowls

• Most Career Touchdown Passes

• Oldest Starting Quarterback in Super Bowl History, 2016

• Only QB to Lead 2 NFL Teams to a Super Bowl Victory

• Super Bowl MVP, 2007

(Davis, Helling, Hyde, “Peyton Manning Biography.”, “Peyton Manning’s Career Accomplishments by the Numbers.”, “Peyton Manning’s Career and Legacy.”)



This is a bittersweet day.  It is sad to know I have watched Peyton Manning play professional football for the last time, but it was an honor watching him play all these years.  Thank you #18 for 18 years of top notch football!!

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Works Cited:

Davis, Nate. “A Timeline of Peyton Manning’s 18-Season NFL Career.” N.p., Mar. 2016. Web. 7 Mar. 2016.

Helling, Steve. “Five Things to Know About Denver Broncos Quarterback Peyton Manning.” N.p., 6 Feb. 2016. Web. 7 Mar. 2016.

Hyde, Samantha. “Top 10 Moments of Peyton Manning’s Career.” Mar. 2016. Web. 7 Mar. 2016.

“Peyton Manning’s Career and Legacy.” Mar. 2016. Web. 7 Mar. 2016.

Wolfe, Cameron. “Peyton Manning’s Career Accomplishments by the Numbers.” 18 Feb. 2016. Web. 7 Mar. 2016.

“Peyton Manning Biography.” Web. 7 Mar. 2016.