From Paul McCartney to The Rolling Stones, the list of legendary acts that have performed at halftime of the Super Bowl is long and prestigious.
Beyoncé brought life, energy and Destiny’s Child to her Super Bowl 47 halftime show. Accompanied by a Vince Lombardi speech, she appeared on stage and immediately showed off her singing and performing talent, as she sang the entire performance live. From the holograms to the choreography, Beyoncé delivered an outstanding performance.
They not only have the talent to run with any squad in the conference, but they have enough depth and versatility to create problems for opponents on both sides of the ball. That’s exactly what every head coach and GM hopes a new draft class adds to the roster when they do the picking in April. Decision makers want to select a handful of players who can make an immediate impact at their respective positions. To do so, evaluators must have a clear vision for how each player would fit into their scheme and locker room.
“First thing — and this was critical, man — we needed to have a good draft,” Saints coach Sean Payton told The MMQB.com in November. “And (assistant GM) Jeff Ireland, the scouting department, everyone involved in that process as we looked closely this year, and even a year ago, was trying to find the right fits and the right guys. … It absolutely had to be [a good class]. And we made the (Brandin) Cooks trade so we’d have more ammo.”
Peterson has practiced with the Cardinals since Wednesday and Arizona coach Bruce Arians pronounced him “be ready to go” for Sunday. Peterson said he felt like the trade was an answer to a prayer, considering how frustrated was as a second or third back in the Saints’ system. He called being the Cardinals’ feature back “shows that you’re appreciated,” that “someone in the organization believes in you and what you’re able to do.