Top Ten Worst Super Bowls
Sports Illustrated headline: "Len Dawson Engineers Superchief Upset." A very edge-of-your-seat game.
When I saw SpongeBob appear on screen, I started crying tears of joy, but then Sicko Mode cut it off, and I started crying tears of anger. I do like Sicko Mode, but this made me lose respect for it. The game didn't help it either. There are many big blowouts in Super Bowl history, but I'd rather see a team torch another team than a boring game because at least you see crazy offensive plays. In this game, so many players who were expected to do great flopped, and let's talk about how the kickers missed so many field goals. They're getting paid millions to kick footballs and are doing miserably at the biggest stage. I could say even more bad things about this game, but my hands are getting tired.
I'm not a big football guy, but I honestly would say this was even more boring and frustrating than Super Bowl 50. The game was boring, the halftime show was bland with only mediocre musicians like Maroon 5 and Travis Scott, and the most important one in my book, the NFL defiled the ashes of a great animator who brought us the sponge we all know and love by having Sicko Mode play over Sweet Victory. It's one thing to have the Patriots win again, but for me, what makes me even more mad than the Panthers having lost to the Broncos back in Super Bowl 50 was the NFL essentially disrespecting Stephen Hillenburg's legacy.
To be fair, this Super Bowl was somewhat close, so I think this is the only one out of the four Viking Super Bowls that doesn't belong in the top 10.
This was a reasonable game. This was supposed to be Cam Newton's biggest year, but what happened? He confronted the no-fly zone, and R.I.P. Halftime show was good.
In my opinion, the only good thing about this Super Bowl was the halftime show. The game was pretty boring, and it was basically just Tom Brady and the Bucs destroying the Chiefs for the entire time. This wasn't as bad as Super Bowl LIII, but it wasn't a very good Super Bowl.
Not the shootout it should have been. Just an ugly, one-sided affair. And everyone wanted to see Tom Brady win his 7th ring over Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees finally getting a shot at a second.
This was the most overhyped Super Bowl of all time. I thought it was going to be a high-scoring, offensive shootout. It wasn't as bad as Super Bowl 53, and this Super Bowl was the most disappointing since most of the Super Bowl the Bucs were just scoring. Most disappointing Super Bowl ever.