How the NFL is Making Money in Entertainment Post Super Bowl

It is hard to believe Super Bowl was already a few weeks ago. But the time-lapse and recent entertainment news makes us realize the power of the NFL.

To start Tom Brady is retiring, but now he is Hollywood bound as a bigwig producer. The world’s most famous football quarterback will play himself in “80 for Brady,” a football-themed road trip movie set to begin production this spring, Be sure to look for the likes of Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, and Sally Field in the film. And, the plot – four friends who take a road trip to watch the Tom Brady back in the day as a New England Patriots’ star player in Super Bowl LI. The championship game took place in February 2017 with them pounding Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in overtime – talk about a good play.

The gridiron gang gets even better with Snoop Dogg embracing cyrpto and NFTs after his epic Super Bowl appearance. He is tapping into the future of sports and the future of entertainment with wide eyes. His hip collection called “A Journey with the Dogg,”  highlights the rapper’s story from his early year  including an original track called “NFT.”  The legendary singer is crypto crip walking into a very, very bright future after Super Bowl.

There is a great level of excitement all over Hollywood with these major names bringing in major business post-game. Just because the season is over it doesn’t mean that the money machine doesn’t keep cranking out the profits.  Look Snoop has made over a reported $44 million since he left half-time.

And finally you cannot deny the power of social media off the field. This is big business. Take a look at these stats where Offers.bet compared the 10 most Instagram-follow LA Rams players, their engagement rates, number of followers, average like ratio and analyzed the players insta-value.compared the 10 most Instagram-follow LA Rams players, their engagement rates, number of followers, average like ratio and analyzed the players insta-value. Incredible to see both teams and every player a winner.

  • Top 10 total LA RAM followers: 21.5M total followers
  • The most engaged followers are with: (17.05 %) Cam Akers
  • The most liked player by avg likes: Odell Beckham Jr with 506714 per post
  • The most followed Rams player is: Odell Beckham Jr with 15.5m
  • The player with the most fake followers: Von Miller according to modash.io

This all just makes another year of football even more desirable. Is it time for the new season yet? It cannot come soon enough!

Cover art by Adrian Curiel on Unsplash

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