The truth is that the Super Bowl doesn’t matter – unless you bet a lot of money on it, have your identity or pride tied to a team, or think that who wins any game really matters in the true scheme of things. Super Bowl LII was a great game, and we congratulate all those on both teams for a great effort – it was fun to watch. But did it really change anyone’s life? What was Really Super was the recognition last week of the Texans’ J.J. Watt as the Walter Peyton Man of the Year and the Carolina Panthers’ Luke Kuechly as the recipient of the Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award of the NFL. What J.J. and Luke have done is show that a defensive player, a “really tough guy,” and a Pro Bowl player can also be a great sport on the field and change lives off the field. What? It’s possible to be a tough guy and also a good sport and a great humanitarian? And a football player too? The examples we set are more important than the games we win. The examples we set can influence the life of a young person watching. This is true no matter how old we are. You’ll forget about this Super Bowl game in a few weeks or years, but the kind of person you are will always be remembered. Who are the people you most respect and admire for how they behave both on and off the field?