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Sheen Time: Super Bowl Selections

January 31, 2018
With the Super Bowl coming this Sunday, some of the Sheens have made their picks! Not only did we have players pick the game, but we gave some of our guys the chance to produce their own imaginary Super Bowl halftime show! First off, for the game. In a close contest, the Patriots edged out the Eagles, 11-7. Machine captain and Baltimore native Kyle Harrison refused to pick a side, and went with his hometown Ravens. Without further ado, here’s the picks:

Ryan Ambler

Eagles

Mike Birney

Eagles

Connor Cannizzaro

Patriots

Mark Cockerton

Patriots

Evan Connell

Eagles

Casey Dowd

Patriots

Jordan Evans

Patriots

Kyle Harrison

Ravens!

Marcus Holman

Patriots

Matt McMahon

Patriots

Greg Melaugh

Patriots

Evan Molloy

Eagles

Michael Noone

Eagles

Johnny Pearson

Patriots

Mike Rooney

Patriots

Tom Schreiber

Patriots

Alex Spring

Patriots

Steve Waldeck

Eagles

Pat Young

Eagles

As Justin Timberlake performs at halftime this year, we gave our players the opportunity to craft up their own Super Bowl halftime show. No rules, and the artists do not have to be living. Attackman Ryan Ambler got us started with some old school legends.

“Tom Petty and Bob Seger,” Ambler said. “They rule.”

Midfielder Johnny Pearson stuck with the rock and roll theme.

"I would say Kid Rock," he said. "Why? Simply put, he's a beast."

Third round supplemental draft pick Alex Spring went a similar route, but added a twist, combining two eras of music and picking some of the greatest performers of each.

“Can’t go wrong with the classics, The Rolling Stones. But you also can’t go wrong with Bruno Mars.”

Michael Jackson was a popular pick among the Sheens, and although he performed at Super Bowl XXVII in 1993 and many players were too young to remember, the players wouldn’t have minded putting him in again.

“If he was alive? Without a doubt.” Said Kyle Harrison.

“He was electric,” defenseman Mike Noone said. “One of the best entertainers of all time.”

Midfielder Tom Schreiber and attacker Greg Melaugh both picked Pearl Jam to rock their their halftime shows. The modern music was well represented though in the Sheens’ selections and midfielder Pat Young picked a duo that surely would create some headlines.

“I would probably have Jay-Z and Beyonce,” Young said. “It would be like two performances in one and they have music that everybody knows.”

And finally, Mike Rooney took his family and his Super Bowl plans into account when he gave his answer.

“It’s got to be Taylor Swift,” Rooney said. “Because I’ll be watching the game at my Aunt Nan’s house and she loves T-Swift.”

Don’t we all?