I am so proud of Matt Hasselbeck. His star IS on the rise I think he did not know the referees were the team he was playing. It was really two teams against one. But as Michael said, it was up to the Seahawks to keep focused. The way I look at it, we probably got to the Super Bowl with a few bad calls.
My favorite commercial was by Burger King. The dancing chorus which formed a hamburger was old fashioned and charmingly reminecent of old musicals. Very well done.
The parade of the Most Valuable Players starting from the begining of the first Super Bowl moved me. Bart Starr was my first football crush, and though he has aged, he is still eligant. Who can forget the excitement over Joe Namath? I think my Mother wanted to mother him. Roger Staubach, I started watching him at Annapolis. I remember Franco Harris. Lynn Swann who played for the 49ers after Pittsburg. He was later elipsed by Jerry Rice who was as charasmatic as ever in his slightly pimp suit. Jim Plunket was there. I had not seen him in years and it he looked great. Too bad Joe Montana was not there. Troy Aikman, Emmit Smith, Steve Young (thank you Steve), John Elway. Of course we see these players as tv. commentatorsor or being interviewed. Did I miss Terry Bradshaw? O.J. sent his regrets. Lastly, Marcus Allen is still outstandingly handsome.