Those rich white dudes who run the NFL are so thoughtful.

They probably didn't have to put a Super Bowl game around all those highly-anticipated commercials, but in a nod to sports fans, gamblers, and socialites everywhere, they did.

Is there no end to their magnanimity?

Actually, yes.

Fanorama

OK, so we should've cut down on the political circus and tolerated Thursday Night Football. We get it.

We also get that Daily Deals are coming to this page once we get around to doing it. After all, there are games to watch!

Speaking of watches, we're gonna find some quality imitation stuff to load up in our Fanorama store, because unless you win every damn Super Bowl prop bet out there, you're not gonna wanna pay big bucks to tell the same time that you see on your phone.

For now, though, be content with one of these silicone titanium steel friendship bracelets at $14.96:

silicone titanium steel friendship bracelet

The NFL won't give a damn you did it because we didn't buy any commercial time on their broadcast. But you'll make us happy.

And really, shouldn't everyone be happy?





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