We are just a couple days away from the Super Bowl. If you’re like me, a sports fan, you are preparing for the biggest game of the year whether or not your team is playing.

We are just a couple days away from the Super Bowl. If you’re like me, a sports fan, you are preparing for the biggest game of the year whether or not your team is playing.

For the time being I am sure you have picked a favorite team for Sunday night. Then Monday, you’ll be off that bandwagon.

In all honesty, I haven’t chosen a team to root for this weekend. My boyfriend is a big Seattle fan, so a good girlfriend would pull for Seattle right? Well, I don’t think I can do that.

I realize the New England Patriots are in the midst of a deflating football scandal, causing both Bill Belichick and Tom Brady to become very unlikable guys. From the sound of it, the NFL isn’t going to penalize the Patriots in any way for breaking the rules.

On the Seattle side, Pete Carroll, Marshawn Lynch, and Richard Sherman are also just as despicable in my eyes, as Belichick and Brady.

If you recall, Carroll used to be the head coach for the USC Trojans. He led them to two national championships, but that second one doesn’t really count.

The NCAA took away their final two wins in the 2004 season, and also their 12 wins in the 2005 season, for giving players unwarranted benefits. This also led to superstar running back Reggie Bush getting his Heisman Trophy taken away.

Carroll also fled USC to take the Seattle job in 2010 a few months before the NCAA sanctions. So how is Carroll any better than Belichick?

Sherman was made famous for his rant after the NFC championship game last year that led many to say that was uncalled for, including myself.

Lynch, on the other hand is by far more despicable than Sherman. Celebrating a touchdown by crotch grabbing is beyond disgusting, and he has already been fined for it more than once this season.

It makes me a little sick to my stomach that one of these teams is going to go home with the Lombardi Trophy.

I guess I can try to be impartial Sunday night.