I have a love/hate relationship with the Biggest Football Game of the All!  I love watching the winner take all game each year, even if I haven't really followed professional football much all year.  There is just something about the two top teams competing for that final crown.

And of course, you can't discount the amazing commercials!  Advertisers pay premium dollars for thirty seconds of ad time during the most-watched game of the season.  Some of the most memorable commercials, still bring a tear or laugh.  Who can forget the Bud-Light frogs, or the horses and puppies, and then there's 'God Made a Farmer' ad for Ram Trucks?  So, looking forward to the new crop of commercials this year.

What I'm not looking forward to is the late-night, and early morning on Monday!  I get up around 4 am, and my usual bedtime is 8 pm.  Well, Big Game Sunday is certainly putting a crimp in that nighttime style.

Several years ago, USA Today, suggested it's time for the BIG Game to be moved to Saturday night.  I mean, it really makes more sense.  Say you overindulge in adult drinks and snacks.  It is way easier to sleep in on Sunday and be refreshed and ready to head back to the office on Monday.

So, I ask you, if you could make the decision on when to watch Professional Football's Crowning Glory, would you choose Saturday rather than Sunday?  I, for one, would say yes absolutely.  I mean, after all, Sunday is supposed to be the day of rest right?

Sound off!  Take this super quick poll and let us know what you think.  Big Game Saturday?

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