You can stop holding your breath nation; an American tradition has been saved. After careful deliberation and relentless discussion, Commissioner Roger Goodell has decided that the Pro Bowl will be played next year.

 Yup! Its back, baby! For all of those who understand that defense shouldn’t be a part of football, you’ve got your Super Bowl back! If you were one of those guys who saw that 59-41 masterpiece last season and said “give me more Roger, give me more,” you’re the big winner here. The game will be played in Hawaii for the 33rd year, and will continue to be played on the weekend before the Super Bowl.

NFLPA president Dominique Foxworth weighed in on this historic decision, saying "The players believe that the Pro Bowl is an important tradition. We worked hard with the league to make sure the best players in the NFL are honored for their achievements on the field." Roger Goodell, who seemed eager to dispose of the game, gave in to the NFLPA after he was assured that the players would give forth more effort. And here you thought he was a dope…