Well, just like that another NFL season is in the books. That’s all she wrote. Now, we anxiously away the NFL Draft. So, now that the game is over, let’s look back. Here are 5 ways to improve the Big Game.
I think it was a well done production. CBS did a fantastic job. However, improvements can still be made! Here’s what I suggest doing to improve things next year.
5 Ways To Improve The Big Game
First, I have to say it’s not like it needs much improving. We got a great game, with an overtime finish. The halftime show was entertaining. There were some funny commercials. Thank you Mountain Dew Baja Blast and CeraVe, with the unexpected hit. Well done on that one.
The game had everything we could ask for. There was an entertaining finish, quality commercials, and good production by CBS. Nothing went wrong. They say don’t fix what isn’t broken, but I disagree. I think you can always improve things that aren’t entirely broken. Little updates can be greatly beneficial.
Some of these suggested fixes involve the broadcast production. Others involve the game itself. Some of these fixes will be easier to pull off than others. While some changes will need a complete overhaul of protocols in the NFL. However, I believe that these changes are not only best for the game of football and the NFL, but for fans. We all can win in this scenario. When we all win, the consumer is happy with an entertaining product, the NFL is making money, and so are the TV networks. Win win win.
So, what changes do I have in mind? You might agree with some. Others you may not. That’s totally fine. I think we all have our ideas on ways to improve the Big Game. Here are 5 of my ideas that I think everyone can be happy with.