Have you ever wondered why it seems professional teams blow their lead almost every time? Remember when the Texas Rangers were up 3-0 and needed one more out to win the World Series in game 4 and they ended up losing the series 4-3?
One has to think, are these important, hugely televised games rigged for ratings and debate for the next day? This past Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens inched passed the San Francisco 49ers after having an astonishing lead throughout most of the game. Balls were dropped, crazy calls were made and as the audience kept watching into the 4th quarter, it truly looked as if the entire game was on a calculated set with the players cautiously remembering their lines.
As the Baltimore Ravens had energy and momentum going into the 3rd quarter, of course the power went off! Really? Don't believe this has ever occurred during a Superbowl? Critics wonder if this was done so the 49ers could gain some strength back and also make the Ravens lose some of their fire. Or, was it the fierce performance given by Beyonce and Destiny's Child the cause for the stadium to go black, no pun intended?
Whether it's a force from God or it's a written idea from insiders in the industry for good television, this years Superbowl was one of the most entertaining games/spectacles in a very, very long time.
What are your thoughts?