Yes, the San Francisco 49ers may not be in the Super Bowl this season, but in all likelihood, you are going to watch the game anyway, so here is how you have the best possible time watching the game.
First off, make sure you have all of your Seattle Seahawks friends phone numbers easily accessible on your phone. Don’t trash talk during the game–it would take away from the commercials and party you may be at–but if the Seahawks lose, be sure to send out those texts.
Speaking of party–find a good one! I would recommend either a huge one where you can be anonymous with a few people or a small one with close friends and/or family. Be cautious if you invite Seahawks fans. (If you are like me, you’ll be in a bar watching the game from 11:30 pm local time in London!)
Moving swiftly on, Peyton Manning is your hero. Not Joe Montana or Steve Young. It only needs to last for 4 hours. Train yourself.
Find an under-the-radar Broncos player, say a Wesley Woodyard, who was not supposed to do much in the NFL, find out some info on him, be the cool guy that tells his story five times in a night, and get a little emotional about him. That way you have some sort of attachment to the team playing the Seahawks.
Ignore a certain Seahawks cornerback who shall not be named. He just makes you find life quite annoying with his tantrums and antics.
If you do not like John Elway, forget he is there. If you do not mind him, no worries.
Rate the commercials.
Do you like Bruno Mars? Good for you. If not, I still do not recommend watching the Puppy Bowl during halftime. Just find a good someone to talk to, use the restroom, get another drink, etc.
Get some good food.
Most importantly, enjoy spending time with people who mean something to you. This day is bigger than just a game now. Let it be a m