The first NFL Super Bowl LI football sits with other balls to be stamped with the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons names at the Wilson Sporting Goods factory Sunday in Ada, Ohio. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
No pressure there Super Bowl 51. Fans are just pinning their hopes on the big game Feb. 5 in Houston just hoping for a good game after a pair of blowouts in the conference championships.
The last time before today that both Conference Championship games were decided by at least 19 points was the 1978 season pic.twitter.com/zJtCgKpwgm
— NFL Research (@NFLResearch) January 23, 2017
That left fans sharing their boredom and disappointment over these NFL playoffs on social media.
What a disappointing NFL playoffs. One great game. One decent one. The rest: blowouts
— Josh Koumjian (@jkoumjian) January 23, 2017
Blowouts aren't suppose to happen in championship games smh Teams getting paid off!! Football has become about money, nothing more
— Jade (@jtinibaby) January 23, 2017
— Nolan Rich (@NolanRichSports) January 23, 2017
Both @NFL Championship games were basically blowouts. Superbowl LI will be interesting
— Brian Alston (@brian4dotcom) January 23, 2017