Super Bowl Essays

  • Super Bowl Monument

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    Super Bowl Monument February 7 2010, almost five year after hurricane Katrina the New Orleans Saints won Super bowl 44 against the Indianapolis Colts 31 to 17. This was great moment in history for the city of New Orleans. The event is so significant to the city because the people needed hope that anything was possible, while still recovering from hurricane Katrina. This was a very long awaited accomplishment for the Saints and the fans. It took the Saints 43 years to win their first super bowl

  • Informative Essay On Super Bowl

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    Have you ever seen the Super Bowl ? Because most people have. Today I will tell you all about this historic event. Commercials/ Halftime Even if you are not a big football fan you should still watch the Super bowl because of the halftime and commercials. The half time is usually a famous singer or performer doing a song,dance or skit. The commercials are also big because a lot of companies release new commercials some of my favorites are; the

  • Super Bowl Rhetorical Analysis

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    year that people look forward to commercials. It’s the day that the Super Bowl is on. Millions of people get together and have parties, gather around the television and see who is going to win the title. During halftime many commercials are played, many of them are hilarious and people talk about them for the next week. One commercial stood out to me in particular. In this paper, I will analyze a Budweiser commercial from a Super Bowl rhetorically. I will show how the authors use ethos, logos, and pathos

  • Super Bowl Commercial Analysis

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    The commercial I’ve chosen for this paper is the Stephen Colbert pistachio Super Bowl commercial. The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sports events in the world, and in America is one of the best places for companies to advertise their products. The Super Bowl is where companies put everything they’ve got into their ads, and Wonderful Pistachios did just that. The star of their commercial is Stephen Colbert, a well-liked, famous TV personality. He is coupled with an eagle, which is a symbol of American

  • Tom Brady Super Bowl History

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    Tom Brady inspired the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history as the New England Patriots stunned the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in overtime Sunday. Brady became the first quarterback in history to win five Super Bowls after the Patriots overturned a 28-3 third-quarter deficit to snatch a sensational victory at Houston 's NRG Stadium. Brady, 39, collapsed to the turf with emotion after James White burrowed over from close range to score the winning touchdown on the opening drive of overtime. "We all

  • Super Bowl Argumentative Essay

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    In this year’s Super Bowl, we are all probably talking about the final touchdo-----no, were talking about the commercials that were played throughout the game because, who cares about the actual game itself. Most people watch the Super Bowl because of the commercials and the Half-Time show. We all know that the commercials are the best part! But, without further ado, let’s talk about 2 of the best commercials that were played through the Super Bowl LI. The first commercial that I am going to talk

  • Super Bowl 53 Research Paper

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    The Dream League “Hike” Super Bowl 53 has just begun. Tom Brady throws to Rob Gronkowski the tight end who is enormous in size. He runs for a gain of 24 yards. It seems the game has begun in a good way for the Patriots. Tom Brady throws the ball but it is intercepted. The first half ends with no team scoring. Then the 3rd quarter begins and the Cardinals receive the ball, their running back Andre Ellington does a marvelous job on breaking tackles, he runs without ever looking back, as he runs

  • Super Bowl LI History

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    commentators are already calling the greatest Super Bowl ever in Super Bowl LI. Super Bowl LI can be logically argued why it was the greatest Super Bowl to date. In fifty Super Bowls, Super Bowl LI was the first to go to overtime. In addition, the Patriots statistically executed the greatest comeback of all time in Super Bowl history by twenty-five points, scoring nineteen of those points in the fourth quarter. The more intriguing records set in Super Bowl LI were the offensive statistics by both teams

  • Super Bowl Message Strategies

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    of Super Bowl commercials, or ads, is that they are produced with an exceptionally high level of professionalism from a creative perspective. Knowing that Super Bowl ads generate a significant amount of online and offline attention (and are highly publicized in news media before and after the game), advertisers make special efforts in the creation of ads for this event. Despite the great attention that Super Bowl advertising receives each year, little research exists that examines Super Bowl ads

  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Nationwide Super Bowl

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    The familiar jingle and slogan for one powerhouse insurance company, “Nationwide is on your side” replays in viewers’ minds again and again after watching or hearing one of Nationwide’s numerous commercials. Specifically, the Nationwide Super Bowl XLIX commercial’s message highlights how Nationwide is beneficial because of it’s support and personal acknowledgment to their customers when other companies are incapable of doing so. Most of this message was shown during the last section of the commercial

  • Super Bowl Ad Analysis Essay

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    The ad that will be analyzed was shown in the Super bowl a few years ago. The ad is targeting mainly anyone and everyone old enough to buy a car. The ad uses pathos and its brand name very well because of the music that plays throughout the commercial and the events that happen throughout the commercial. The ad starts off with two people sitting behind a police motorcycle. These people are middle-aged wearing a suit. KIA could be implying that the people who desire this vehicle are all successful

  • Super Bowl 50 Research Paper

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    A Few Things You Didn 't Know About Super Bowl 50 Super Bowl 50 is set to be an iconic moment in sports history. Over the last few decades, the Super Bowl tradition and hype surrounding it has become even bigger than the event itself. We all know that the winners get a special ring and that television spots go for an obscene amount of money, but if you want to see the game in person you enter a new realm altogether. In fact, there are dozens of unknown facts just about the ticketing for the big

  • Mcdonald's Super Bowl Analysis

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    I recently viewed the 2015 McDonalds’ Super Bowl 2015 commercial, Pay with Lovin, and absolutely loved it. Random customers were allowed to pay for their meal by showing a gesture of love. This commercial shows a young man, unshaven with glasses and a beanie who is asked to get out his cell phone and call his mother to tell her he loves her. It shows a young lady in a blue jacket doing just that. Another older gentleman is in disbelief and the employee reassures him that this is all the payment needed

  • Super Bowl Should Come To Kansas City Essay

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    Why the Super Bowl Should Come to Kansas City “Every game I've ever played, regardless if it was pre-season or Super Bowl, meant the same to me, and I laid it all on the line.” Brett Favre. People love the Super Bowl because it’s the biggest game of the year for what some people call the most competitive sport. Having it in Kansas City would boost the city’s revenue and perhaps more people would come and visit again. The three reasons the Super Bowl should come to Kansas City are, the city has great

  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of The Budweiser Super Bowl Commercial

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    The basis of this assignment was to select an advertisement or commercial and analyze it by demonstrating my understanding of the rhetorical strategies; ethos, pathos, and logos. I choose a Super Bowl commercial put out by Budweiser depicting a feel-good message about drunk driving. The famous beer company traded in the Clydesdale horse for an adorable puppy to play the part of a dog who was left at home while his owner is out partying for the night. In this analysis, I address the intended audiences

  • Green Bay Packers: Super Bowl Favourites

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    The Green Bay Packers are actually the Super Bowl favorites, and they are likely to have an opportunity to really take a big step once again towards their ultimate goals if they undertake a Kansas City Chiefs outfit which has to be disappointed after losing a casino game which Shpuld have been won the other day against Denver at home. Aaron Rodgers hasn 't been fantastic this season. Most of us expected to view a tiny fall off this year with Jordy Nelson missing the season with a torn ACL, but

  • Super Bowl Commercial

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    In Chevy’s Super Bowl commercial first thing viewers see is total destruction and the ruins of a city. Papers blowing everywhere, cars abandoned, fires burning and smoke covering the city. Going forward in the commercial a newspaper is seen with the front headline reading “2012 Mayan Apocalypse, Will world end today?” giving the viewer’s an explanation for the destruction of the city. Next, you see a vehicles headlights turn on and a Chevy truck drive out of the debris. In the truck an average working

  • Super Bowl Advertising

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    stereotypes in Super Bowl 2018 commercials Introduction Due to the importance of Super Bowl advertising and the overall influence that this sports event has on its consumers, it is essential to note and examine the current portrayal of racial and gender stereotypes in these advertising commercials. Likewise, a research study of these particular standards of racial and gender behaviors are imperative to understand the needed measures to make better advertising decisions for future Super Bowls. The purpose

  • Poverty And The Super Bowl

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    As the Super Bowl festivities continue to grow, slowly but surely many of San Francisco’s homeless people are being kicked out of their spots and are being gathered into shelters. In the article published by Alison Vekshin, “San Francisco nudges homeless away from Super Bowl fan village,” she expresses how the media does not want San Francisco to be viewed with poverty so they are kicking out the poor people to make room for activities and media signs that are associated with the Super Bowl. People

  • Personal Narrative: The Super Bowl

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    On the morning of Super Bowl 49, I was playing on my Xbox One with Ben Jernejcic when he suddenly asked me whether I wanted to go to his house to watch the Super Bowl. It was an opportunity I could not pass up, so our parents arranged at time me to go to his house. Hours later I arrived at his house, waiting for the fun to begin. We started out going to the gaming room, where we played Madden and mocked the Super Bowl as we played as the Seattle Seahawks against the New England Patriots. After playing