Among its many talents, the Super Bowl is especially awesome at three things:
1. Providing us with a year's worth of funny animal/hot chick/dumb dude commercials.
2. Making 6-foot-4, 235-pound grown men cry during the national anthem.
3. Generating a nearly suffocating amount of online football-related clutter, masquerading as information.
And since there's not much we can do about No. 1 and we're pretty cool with No. 2, let's focus on item No. 3.
As our computers, tablets and phones burst with every piece of minutiae this week related to the Super Bowl, we figured it'd be useful to streamline your sources. There are a handful of excellent Twitter (and Instagram) accounts out there that we'll gladly follow at the expense of pretty much all the other Super Bowl loaded accounts.
From the guys actually playing in the game and experiencing the awesome spectacle of Super Week firsthand, to the folks paid to write about it, here are the best people to follow for all your gloriously gluttonous Super Bowl sights, sounds and scoops.
San Francisco 49ers
Vernon Davis, tight end (Also on Instagram and video share site Mobli)
Colin Kaepernick, quarterback (Also on Instagram)
Joe Staley, offensive tackle (Also on Instagram)
Perrish Cox, defensive back (Also on Instagram)
Patrick Willis, linebacker (Also on Instagram)
Torrey Smith, wide receiver (Also on Instagram)
Anquan Boldin, wide receiver (yes, that's him on the side of the Superdome)
Justin Tucker, kicker (Also on Instagram)
Brendon Ayanbadejo, linebacker (Also on Instagram)
Terrell Suggs, linebacker
49ers and Ravens reporters
Vic Tafur, San Francisco Chronicle
Eric Branch, San Francisco Chronicle
Jeff Zrebiec, Baltimore Sun
Brett Hollander, WBAL
Follow Jonathan Anker on Twitter @JonFromHLN