The Super Bowl is on Sunday and Americans are getting ready for the Big Game.

In a year where nothing has been normal, over 100 million Americans watching the Chiefs and the Buccaneers will feel as close as possible to what life used to be like.

But now the NFL had some bad news for fans about the Super Bowl.

This past week, Dr. Fauci and the Biden administration discouraged Americans from attending traditional Super Bowl parties and to instead sit home alone and be miserable.

The Biden administration recommended that Americans not cheer during the Super Bowl or drink alcohol.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell happily echoed Dr. Fauci and Joe Biden’s edict for football fans to ignore having a good time in the name of “science.”

“We want our fans to be safe, they need to be smart, they need to wear their PPE, they need to be gathering in small groups,” Goodell announced. “We worked with the CDC on their advice that came out on Saturday about staying at home and doing it with family and household members, and we believe that’s the way it should happen. We’re all going to enjoy the Super Bowl a little different this year.”

Americans have lived under nearly one full year of lockdowns and social isolation.

Coronavirus cases across the country are declining as the pandemic is in retreat and vaccines begin to take hold.

One reason Americans are ignoring the so-called “experts” is that they never provide any light at the end of the tunnel as to when this will end or a way to resume normal life.

Instead, Dr. Fauci, Joe Biden, and now NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell are trying to extend the misery.

Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.