Lil Wayne, Cheerleaders and The Seven Things Super Bowl 2011 Doesn't Need

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Lil Wayne, Cheerleaders and The Seven Things Super Bowl 2011 Doesn't Need
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There are fewer things in life more exciting than the NFL's yearly championship extravaganza, the Super Bowl!

Millions anticipate the game for weeks, preparing for parties and choosing their sides as the big game inches closer. Nearly every year, the game is a chilling, fabulous example of why the NFL has grown to be the most popular sports league in the United States today.

There is never a shortage of excitement, and there are always beautiful displays of talent all across the gridiron. It's a work of art.

Unfortunately, there are plenty of other things outside the game that can tend to interfere with our enjoyment of the competition itself. From costume malfunctions, to streakers, to over-the-hill performers at halftime, too many things have taken away from the Super Bowl's perennial brilliance.

Here's a list of seven things the Super Bowl does not need stealing its spotlight!

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