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Prime yourself, It’s Super Bowl time!

Just days away before the big game reboots, and it is beyond doubt that everyone is already bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. Everyone is jotting down their predictions, and others have made the dream team for this year.

Do you think you would be able to stay aloof during the Super Bowl? The hype set-up in its latest fad is in a full operation mode for the Super Bowl commercials that will patently be out of this world. The hoopla surrounding the Super bowl and the razzmatazz of the whole day entices millions of viewers in the country. With its out of the ordinary mise en scene, astounding performances, and striking commercials, it is writ large that the Super Bowl is the most-watched TV program in the history of America.

There are many football positions, which may be a tad bit confusing for the viewers. There are 11 offensive and defensive players each on the field. The positions of the players are Quarterback, Running back, Fullback, Offensive line, Wide receivers, and tight end for the offensive team; and Defensive line, Linebacker, Cornerback, and safety for the defensive players. Specialty players, who take the field during punts, kick-offs, and field goals consist of Kicker, Punter, Return specialists, and Long snapper.

Be it the FIFA or the NBA, making a dream team, a team of finest players, is common in every sport. Some obvious choices come to our mind, for example, Christiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, and Paul Pogba, for the FIFA, and for NBA, LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Anthony Davis, and Kawhi Leonard, to name a few, who will fall on the list.

What about the Super Bowl? A bunch of America’s top-of-the-range players have been put together for the all-time team by the Betway Superbowl team.

Kicking off with everybody’s first choice – Tom Brady. Brady has been one of the marked and salient players in the history of American football. He has been to the Super Bowl 9 times in his career and has a record of 6 Super Bowl rings, which is more than any other NFL player and equal to any franchise as a whole. One of the factors of his success in the field is his sangfroid. He takes it easy and stays calm, and it has highlighted his poising nature.

Another notable player is Franco Harris. According to NFL Network, his 1972 AFC divisional playoffs, which were between the Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers is the best play in the history of the NFL. He also walked off with further attention by being on the receiving end of the famous “Immaculate Reception” which gave the Steelers their first-ever and a prime playoff win.

L.C. Greenwood, who was known as a big-game player, is yet another prodigious player to make the list. From 1973 to 1975, he had 25.5 sacks, batted down three passes in Super Bowl IX, and sacked Roger Staubach three times in Super Bowl X. Greenwood is ranked second on the team’s all-time sacks list and is one of the striking players.

Emmitt Smith, Jerry Rice, Lynn Swann, Rob Gronkowski, Charles Haley, Willie Davis, and Justin Tuck are other phenomenal and surpassing players who will undeniably fall on the list.

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