R Paper number 2 - Garrett Johnson Composition 2 NFL Pro Bowl to be played week before Super Bowl I think we can all agree that the pro bowl has

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Garrett Johnson February 14, 2011 Composition 2 NFL Pro Bowl to be played week before Super Bowl I think we can all agree that the pro bowl has lost some of its thunder over the past couple of years. The ratings were down (only 8.8 million viewers in 2009), players seem disinterested in the game, and fans were furious with the effort players gave during the game. We can also agree that the NFL’s all-star game features the best players on the planet at that sport and should be treated as so. This event should be a fun and spectacular watch not something that’s over looked. This move would have football being played a week before the super bowl unlike the last 40 years when you had to wait 2 weeks for another football game to be played. According to ESPN.com Commissioner Roger Goodell told the AP last year that having the game precede the Super Bowl would avoid a "somewhat anticlimactic" ending to the season. But, in other cases, some believe the Pro Bowl should be still played after the Super Bowl as done for the past 30 years. One of the reasons for this is that the AFC and NFC championship squads will not to take part in the Pro Bowl. With the best players from the league’s top two
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2011 for the course LIBERAL AR 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Oakland CC.

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R Paper number 2 - Garrett Johnson Composition 2 NFL Pro Bowl to be played week before Super Bowl I think we can all agree that the pro bowl has

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