Don’t get me wrong, I think Bruno Mars is a very talented musician with tons of upside in terms of both his portfolio of music and his performance skills. But, and trust me this is a but that Kanye would leave Kim for, he is not the correct choice for headlining the Super Bowl halftime show.
Before we go any further, we should probably address the elephant in the room. Why is Bruno Mars not the correct choice and what makes a choice right or wrong?
In order to arrive at that answer, we need to look at the essense of what the Super Bowl has become over that last decade. The Super Bowl is violent secular Xmas. I used the advertiser friendly Xmas instead of Christmas for a very simple reason, the meaning of Christmas vs Xmas.
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Leadership, it defines football in both the direct and synergistic approaches. A football team’s leadership generally will make the difference between winning and losing, “between livin’ and dying” (sorry, I couldn’t help myself). In practical terms, the lack of leadership on the field for a football team will lead to a general lack of communication, more penalties and on average more losses.
There is no position on the football field that defines this leadership generates wins as well as the quarterback. From reading defenses, to calling audibles, to making the decision to throw, tuck and run or even just eat a sack now and again, there is no player that can affect a team’s sucess quite as much as its quarterback. For reference, read up on what happened to the Colts the year that Payton Manning was out with a neck injury and they tried putting anyone with a pulse in at quarterback to try and salvage the season.
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