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Super Bowl 2023: Live streaming, TV and location for Chiefs vs. Eagles; dates for next two Super Bowls Getty Images Super Bowl Sunday has finally arrived – in fact, the 57th edition of the big game kicked off at 6:40 p.m. ET. The NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles and AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs will meet in Super Bowl LVII and it will take place on Feb.12 – the second Sunday of the month.

  • The game will be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona (the stadium will host its third Super Bowl and first since 2015).
  • Super Bowl LVI will be broadcast on Fox at 6:30 p.m.
  • For the first time, this Super Bowl location is one in which the league did not use a bidding process to determine who’ll host the game.

The NFL now unilaterally chooses a single hosting site for each game, and the city selected submits a proposal to host the game which is then voted upon at the league meetings.

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Super Bowl LVII

Kansas City Chiefs (1) ( AFC ) (14–3) Philadelphia Eagles (1) ( NFC ) (14–3)
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Head coach: Andy Reid Head coach: Nick Sirianni

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/td> Date February 12, 2023 Kickoff time 4:30 p.m. MST ( UTC-7 ) Stadium State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona MVP Patrick Mahomes, quarterback Favorite Eagles by 1.5 Referee Carl Cheffers Attendance 67,827 Ceremonies National anthem Chris Stapleton Coin toss Pat Tillman Foundation scholar Fabersha Flynt Halftime show Rihanna TV in the United States Network Fox Announcers Kevin Burkhardt (play-by-play) Greg Olsen (analyst) Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi (sideline reporters) Mike Pereira (rules analyst) Nielsen ratings 40.0 (national) 52.0 (Kansas City) 46.3 (Philadelphia) 39.5 (Phoenix) U.S. TV viewership: 115.1 million Market share 77 (national) 87 (Kansas City) 77 (Philadelphia) 76 (Phoenix) Cost of 30-second commercial $7 million Radio in the United States Network Westwood One Announcers Kevin Harlan (play-by-play) Kurt Warner (analyst) Laura Okmin and Mike Golic (sideline reporters) Gene Steratore (rules analyst)

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Super Bowl LVII was an American football game played to determine the champion of the National Football League (NFL) for the 2022 season, The American Football Conference (AFC) champion Kansas City Chiefs defeated the National Football Conference (NFC) champion Philadelphia Eagles, 38–35.

The game was played on February 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, It was the fourth Super Bowl hosted by the Phoenix metropolitan area, and the third at this venue, with the most recent previously being Super Bowl XLIX in 2015 (then known as University of Phoenix Stadium). Both teams finished the regular season with a league-best 14–3 record.

This was the Eagles fourth Super Bowl appearance overall and the second in the last six seasons, having previously won Super Bowl LII ; the Eagles previously lost Super Bowls XV and XXXIX, This was the Chiefs’ fifth Super Bowl appearance overall and third in the last four seasons, having previously won Super Bowls IV and LIV, and losses in Super Bowls I and LV,

  1. After the Eagles went into halftime up 24–14, the Chiefs mounted a comeback to win the game 38–35 with a game-winning field goal kicked by Harrison Butker,
  2. Butker’s game winning kick was set up by a pivotal and controversial defensive holding call on Philadelphia cornerback James Bradberry, which was criticized by some observers but supported by others.

The 73 combined points made this the third-highest scoring Super Bowl game, and the 35 points scored by the Eagles were the most by the losing team in the Super Bowl. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was named Super Bowl Most Valuable Player (MVP), completing 21 of 27 passes for 182 yards and three touchdowns.

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Patrick Mahomes and Chiefs can’t be denied in Super Bowl LVII win over Eagles MVP Patrick Mahomes can’t be denied in gutsy Super Bowl comeback for Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, celebrates with teammates after a 38-35 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII on Sunday night. GLENDALE, Ariz. — Patrick Mahomes was hobbled and hurting, but wasn’t going to be denied. With one of the most impressive and gritty performances in Super Bowl history, the two-time Most Valuable Player led the Kansas City Chiefs to a come-from-behind, 38-35 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII. The fourth quarter was a coaching clinic by Kansas City’s Andy Reid, who was head coach of the Eagles from 1999 to 2012. He is the only coach in NFL history with at least 100 wins for two different franchises. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, left, and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes speak to the media during Super Bowl LVII Opening Night on Monday. For decades, NFL teams actively discouraged Black players from playing quarterback, the sport’s marquee position. Kadarius Toney returns a punt 65 yards to help set up a Kansas City Chiefs touchdown in a 38-35 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII on Sunday. GLENDALE, Ariz. — did not require a large window of time to etch a place for himself in Super Bowl lore.

  • The receiver made two huge plays in a short span of the fourth quarter on Sunday to help the Chiefs in at State Farm Stadium.
  • Toney caught a five-yard touchdown pass from with just more than 12 minutes left to pull his team ahead 28-27.
  • Less than three minutes later, he returned a punt 65 yards to the five-yard line to set up another touchdown that galvanized the Chiefs on their way to their second Super Bowl title in four years.

Jalen Hurts motivated by his Super Bowl heartbreak: ‘My only direction is to rise’ Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts walks off the field after the Kansas City Chiefs’ win in Super Bowl LVII. GLENDALE, Ariz. — He led the game in passing yards and his team in rushing yards and scored more touchdowns than anyone else. carried the Eagles — and the rest of the city of Philadelphia — to everything Sunday but the one thing that really mattered: a victory in Super Bowl LVII. Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas before a game between the Raiders and Patriots in December. may have just ended, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to add an I to that ever-expanding Roman numeral and start thinking ahead to next year. Here’s everything we know about the next NFL championship game: Feb.11, 2024. Eagles cornerback James Bradberry tackles Chiefs wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster during the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LVII. A costly holding penalty on Eagles cornerback James Bradberry on third down in the fourth quarter proved pivotal in helping the Kansas City Chiefs run down the clock and break a tie in the final seconds of a 38-35 victory in,

While many on social media — — questioned the validity of the call, which led to a Chiefs first down, Bradberry said he was holding Chiefs wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster when the flag was thrown. “It was holding,”, when asked by reporters about the penalty. “I tugged his jersey. I was hoping they would let it slide.” Eagles coach Nick Sirianni on the call.

“It’s not my job to make the call,” Sirianni said. “Those guys got to do that in split-second scenarios. That’s what he saw, and he called it. “I know it always appears to be that it’s one call. that’s not what it is. There are so many plays that contribute to the end result of the game, and today they were better than we were.” How many Super Bowls have the Kansas City Chiefs won? Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce celebrates with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after the Chiefs’ Super Bowl LVII win Sunday.

  • The Kansas City Chiefs are champions for the second time in four seasons.
  • That’s a much shorter span of time between Chiefs titles than the last time around.
  • The Chiefs won the first of their three Super Bowl championships following the 1969 season, three years after losing to the Green Bay Packers 35-10 in the first AFL-NFL World Championship (now known as Super Bowl I).

Chiefs defeat Eagles for second Super Bowl title in four seasons Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes celebrates with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after Kansas City’s win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII. 🏈 Chiefs 38, Eagles 35 — FINAL Harrison Butker kicked a 27-yard field goal to lift the Chiefs to their second Super Bowl title in four seasons Sunday in a win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

The field goal came at the end of a 12-play, 66-yard drive that featured a 26-yard run by quarterback Patrick Mahomes to get the Chiefs within scoring range. From there, good time management by Chiefs coach Andy Reid and Butker’s kick were enough to help the Chiefs hold on for victory. — NFL (@NFL) Mahomes completed 21 of 27 passes for 182 yards and three touchdowns.

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce made six catches for 81 yards and running back Isiah Pacheco had 15 carries for 76 yards and a touchdown. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts tied a Super Bowl record with three rushing touchdowns. He completed 27 of 38 passes for 304 yards and another touchdown. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts passes under pressure by Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Carlos Dunlap during the second half. 🏈 Chiefs 35, Eagles 35 — 5:15 left in the fourth quarter Jalen Hurts scored a Super Bowl-record third rushing touchdown following a 46-yard pass to DeVonta Smith to cut into the Chiefs lead late in the fourth quarter.

After scoring on a one-yard run, Hurt then muscled into the end zone for a two-point conversion to tie the game. Hurts’ three rushing touchdowns ties a record set by Broncos great Terrell Davis. Smith was wide open on his 46-yard catch — giving Hurts 304 passing yards in the game. Longest punt return in Super Bowl history sets up Chiefs touchdown Kadarius Toney returns a punt 65 yards for the Chiefs in the fourth quarter.

🏈 Chiefs 35, Eagles 27 — 9:22 left in the fourth quarter The longest punt return in Super Bowl history opened the path for the Kansas City Chiefs to extend their lead in the fourth quarter. Patrick Mahomes connected on a four-yard touchdown pass to Skyy Moore to put the Chiefs in command.

The touchdown came three plays after Kadarius Toney returned a punt 65 yards to the Eagles’ 5-yard line after Philadelphia went three-and-out. Mahomes has completed 18 of 24 passes for 165 yards and three touchdowns. Isiah Pacheco has 59 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries for the Chiefs. Chiefs strike back to take their first lead of game in fourth quarter 🏈 Chiefs 28, Eagles 27 — 12:04 left in the fourth quarter The Kansas City Chiefs took their first lead of the game on a short pass from Patrick Mahomes to a wide-open Kadarius Toney early in the fourth quarter, capping a nine-play, 75-yard drive.

Juju Smith-Schuster caught passes of 14 and 13 yards to fuel the drive. Mahomes has completed 17 of 22 passes for 161 yards and two touchdowns. Eagles tack on field goal to extend lead in third quarter Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts achieves a first down on fourth-and-one during the third quarter.

🏈 Eagles 27, Chiefs 21 — 1:45 left in the third quarter Jake Elliott kicked a 33-yard field goal to extend the Eagles’ lead late in the third quarter. Jalen Hurts converted on fourth-and-one on a quarterback keeper to extend a 17-play, 60-yard drive — the most plays ever for a single drive in the Super Bowl.

In the process, Hurts upped his rushing yards to 66 — a Super Bowl record for a quarterback. Jalen Hurts just broke the record previously held by Steve McNair (64 in Super Bowl XXXIV) for most rushing yards by a quarterback in the Super Bowl. — NFL Research (@NFLResearch) Rihanna plays the hits — and raises a question — in Super Bowl halftime show Rihanna performs during the Super Bowl LVII halftime show at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., on Sunday night.

Rihanna made her long-awaited return to the stage — on the biggest stage in all of pop music — with her fiery halftime performance at Sunday’s Super Bowl LVII. Thirteen minutes or so of quick-cut pop bangers minus the type of special guest that halftime typically features, Rihanna’s show also raised immediate speculation on social media that the 34-year-old superstar — who appeared in a billowing red jacket over a form-fitting vinyl-ish bodice — is pregnant for the second time, less than a year after she gave birth to her first child with rapper ASAP Rocky.

Rihanna opened the show, her first in years, on a suspended platform high above the field at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., with the throbbing rap track “Bitch Better Have My Money” before segueing into a series of her uptempo EDM cuts: “Where Have You Been,” “Only Girl (In the World)” and “We Found Love.” Backed by an expansive cast of dancers in white hooded coats, she also performed parts of “Rude Boy,” “Work,” “Wild Thoughts,” “Pour It Up,” “All of the Lights,” “Run This Town,” “Umbrella” and “Diamonds.” Patrick Mahomes leads Chiefs to TD on opening drive of second half Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes scrambles against the Philadelphia Eagles.

  1. 🏈 Eagles 24, Chiefs 21 — 9:30 left in the third quarter
  2. Kansas City running back Isiah Pacheco scored on a one-yard run on the Chiefs’ opening possession of the second half as Patrick Mahomes managed to return to the game after limping off late in the second quarter.
  3. A 14-yard scramble by Mahomes helped fuel the 10-play, 75-yard drive.

Issues with the field turf has forced many players on both teams to change their cleats. Players are having issues staying upright on the slippery turf. Patrick Mahomes back on the field for the Chiefs 🏈 Eagles 24, Chiefs 14 — 14:50 left in the third quarter Patrick Mahomes, who limped off the field after the Chiefs’ final possession of the first half, is back under center at the start of the third quarter.

Mahomes handed off the ball on the first three plays of the half before connecting on an 11-yard pass to Travis Kelce. Later, he busted off a 14-yard run to move the ball to the Eagles’ five-yard line. Mahomes sustained a right high-ankle injury in the divisional playoffs but managed to play through it during the AFC championship game to punch the Chiefs’ ticket to the Super Bowl.

What is the largest Super Bowl halftime deficit a team has overcome? Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith, left, tries to catch a pass in front of Kansas City Chiefs cornerback L’Jarius Sneed in the first half.

  • It was over.
  • Or so it seemed.
  • The Atlanta Falcons led the New England Patriots 21-3 at halftime during Super Bowl LI.
  • No team had ever erased a double-digit halftime deficit to win the Super Bowl.
  • But none of those teams had as their quarterback.

Eagles extend lead on Jake Elliott field goal before halftime Jake Elliott kicks a 35-yard field goal against the Kansas City Chiefs at the end of the first half. 🏈 Eagles 24, Chiefs 14 — HALFTIME Jake Elliott kicked a 35-yard field goal to extend the Philadelphia Eagles’ lead heading into halftime at Super Bowl LVII.

Cameras caught Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes jogging to the locker room after sustaining what appeared to be an ankle or foot injury late in the second quarter. Will he be under center after the Rhianna halftime show? The Eagles drove the ball 40 yards on their final possession of the half before their drive ran out of time at the Kansas City 17.

Philadelphia quarterback Jalen Hurts completed 17 of 22 passes for 183 yards, passing for one touchdown and rushing for two more. Eagles wide receiver Jalen Brown has made three catches for 74 yards and touchdown. Mahomes has connected on eight of 13 passes for 89 yards and a touchdown.

  1. Ansas City tight end Travis Kelce has three catches for 60 yards.
  2. Patrick Mahomes limps off the field after taking hit Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes grimaces on the bench after sustaining an injury in the second quarter.
  3. 🏈 Eagles 21, Chiefs 14 — 1:44 left in the second quarter Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes appeared to be in significant pain on the sideline after hobbling off the field late in the second quarter.

Mahomes appeared to suffer a right foot or ankle injury after being tackled by Philadelphia’s T.J. Edwards. Mahomes was coming off a high right ankle sprain he sustained in the divisional playoffs — an injury he managed to play through in the AFC championship game.

Jalen Hurts scores his second rushing TD to give Eagles the lead Chiefs tie game on Nick Bolton’s 36-yard fumble recovery Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Nick Bolton scores a touchdown on a fumble recovery in the second quarter. 🏈 Chiefs 14, Eagles 14 — 9:39 left in the second quarter Kansas City’s Nick Bolton scooped a fumble by Philadelphia quarterback Jalen Hurts and returned the ball 36 yards to the end zone to tie the game.

The Eagles appeared prime to potentially extend the lead after the Chiefs were forced to punt after a three-and-out. After the Eagles managed to pick up a first down, Hurts’ fumble on a carry up the middle stifled their chance to pad on their lead before halftime.A.J.

  1. Brown’s 45-yard touchdown catch gives Eagles the lead Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J.
  2. Brown makes the touchdown catch in front of Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Trent McDuffie.
  3. 🏈 Eagles 14, Chiefs 7 — 14:52 left in the second quarter Philadelphia wide receiver A.J.
  4. Brown made a spectacular catch in the end zone off a 45-yard pass from Jalen Hurts to give the Eagles the lead on the first play of the second quarter.

The touchdown came at the end of a five-play, 68-yard drive after the Chiefs missed a 42-yard field-goal attempt. After Brown’s touchdown the Chiefs went three-and-out on the ensuing possession. The Eagles will take over on their own 33-yard line. Chiefs field-goal attempt hits left upright

  1. 🏈 Chiefs 7, Eagles 7 — 2:24 left in the first quarter
  2. A 42-yard field-goal attempt by Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker hit the left upright, keeping the score tied late in the first quarter.
  3. The field-goal attempt on fourth-and-three came at the end of a seven-play, 42-yard drive that sputtered out at the Eagles’ 24-yard line.

Chiefs strike back with Patrick Mahomes-to-Travis Kelce TD pass Eagles take lead on first possession of the game Kansas City Chiefs win the opening coin toss Nick Sirianni has emotional moment during national anthem During Chris Stapleton’s singing of the national anthem before the start of Super Bowl, TV cameras captured Eagles coach Nick Sirianni shedding tears as he listened on the sideline.

  • PHOENIX — While playing at Long Beach Poly High and USC, of one day playing in the Super Bowl.
  • Six years into his NFL career, Smith-Schuster will get his opportunity.
  • The Kansas City Chiefs receiver could be a key player Sunday when the play the in at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

“I’m super excited to represent Long Beach Poly and USC — and just Los Angeles,” Smith-Schuster said. “I’ll be repping in the Super Bowl.” Smith-Schuster, 26, played five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers before signing a one-year, incentive-laden $10.75-million contract with the Chiefs.

Read it and weep, world’s worst Super Bowl prophet picks Chiefs over Eagles The Chiefs will take on the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII on Sunday. PHOENIX — Listen up. I’m on a winning streak. Ignore in predicting, surely the worst of any knucklehead journalist who has consistently wasted entire workdays for more than two decades while writing 23 of these silly columns.

Forget that I once picked the wrong team, picking every time, following my heart. How I wanted those cheaters to lose. Don’t pay attention to the fact that I once picked the Buffalo Bills for three consecutive years, more predictions from the heart, even as and lost helmet broke that heart.

  • Why Super Bowl LVII could be the most-watched TV show ever A view of the Vince Lombardi Trophy and the Super Bowl team helmets before a news conference.
  • If you’re thinking about betting on the size of the TV audience for Super Bowl LVII, take the over.
  • That’s the advice of Mike Mulvihill, executive vice president and head of strategy and analytics for Fox Sports, which is airing Sunday’s contest between the in Glendale, Ariz.

(In Los Angeles, the game airs on KTTV, Channel 11 at 3:30 Pacific.) Mulvihill believes the match-up and the ratings performance of the NFL this past season point to a game that will top the current audience record of 114.4 million set in 2015 with NBC’s telecast of the New England Patriots’ 28-24 win over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX.

  • The game — in which the Patriots quarterback won his fourth of seven Super Bowls — ranks as the most watched TV program of all time, according to Nielsen data.
  • How growing up in an MLB clubhouse prepared Patrick Mahomes for NFL stardom Little Patrick Mahomes with father Pat and mother Randi in the Metrodome in Minneapolis, the former home of the Minnesota Twins.

Pat Mahomes spotted the wizardry as it unfolded before him on the Arrowhead Stadium field, long before the 74,336 fans on hand for a 2018 game between the and Baltimore Ravens, and right before television analyst Tony Romo noticed it on the CBS broadcast.

  • Mahomes’ son,, in his first season as starting quarterback for the Chiefs, had slipped a rusher in the pocket, taken a few quick steps to his right and, with his head and eyes facing straight downfield, flicked a pass to his left to Demarcus Robinson on a crossing pattern for a 17-yard gain.
  • When he did it, I looked back and said, ‘He just threw a no-look pass,’ and everybody was like, ‘No he didn’t,’ ” Mahomes said in a phone interview from his home in Tyler, Texas, about 100 miles east of Dallas.

“Then we looked at the replay, and sure enough, he had.” How did the elder Mahomes, a former pitcher who played for six big league teams from 1992 to 2003, know in real time what had happened? Watch L.A. Times Today at 7 p.m. on Spectrum News 1 on Channel 1 or live stream on the Spectrum News App.

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  2. How Kansas City Chiefs mascot KC Wolf nearly died on the job Kansas City Chiefs mascot KC Wolf, with Dan Meers inside, at the Arrowhead Stadium parking lot in Kansas City.
  3. ANSAS CITY, Mo.
  4. As Dan Meers can tell you, it’s not all fun and frivolity being an NFL mascot.

Meers, who plays KC Wolf for the Kansas City Chiefs, nearly lost his life on the job. It happened Nov.23, 2013, when Meers was practicing a stunt at Arrowhead Stadium for a game against the San Diego Chargers the next day. He was going to jump out of the lights at the top of the stadium on a bungee cord that would transition to a zip line carrying him safely down to the field.

He was not in costume at the time. There was a malfunction, however, and instead of falling 25 feet, he tumbled 75 feet into the seats on the top deck of the stadium. He landed with such force, he broke two of the seats and uprooted them from the concrete. Astoundingly, Meers survived, although his injuries were severe: seven broken ribs, a collapsed lung, a fractured tailbone, a crushed sacrum and a broken T-12 vertebrae.

He spent nine days in the hospital, six months on disability, and still has titanium rods in his back that stabilize his spine. Eagles linebacker Kyzir White explains how Chargers made him mad Eagles linebacker Kyzir White, who had started his career with the Chargers, joined his hometown team this season in Philadelphia and recorded 110 tackles in the regular season.

  1. PHOENIX — There were plenty of fans unhappy last year when the team opted to,
  2. Another person left unhappy: Kyzir White.
  3. I was mad because I wanted to come back,” the linebacker said this week.
  4. I didn’t want to go anywhere else.
  5. I wanted to finish my career there, be there for 10-plus years.” Instead, White became a free agent and signed a one-year deal with Philadelphia.

Now, he’s readying for on Sunday at State Farm Stadium in nearby Glendale. “I’m here on the biggest stage,” White said, smiling. “So I can’t really be that mad, right?” Super Bowl gridlock causing some delays for fans Fans are flooding into State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., ahead of Super Bowl LVII, and that appears to be causing some delays for fans trying to get to their seats.

Eagles bus got stuck in gridlock and required police escort.concourse behind one end zone is jammed with so many people they can’t move.lines outside stretch into the desert.did nobody tell Phoenix/Glendale it was hosting a Super Bowl? — Bill Plaschke (@BillPlaschke) Ready for Rihanna? Here’s what to know about her 2023 Super Bowl halftime show Rihanna, pictured at the Met Gala in 2021, will headline the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show.

Rihanna is ready to take on the 2023 Super Bowl for her much-anticipated comeback, years after her last live performance. On Sunday, the Grammy winner will shine in the spotlight once again for a set she has described as a “celebration of my catalog.” Like her fans, the “Umbrella” singer knows it has been a hot minute since she’s performed for a live audience, but said she and her team have put in the work () to orchestrate an “almost impossible” set.

  1. It seems weird to think Andy Reid, a staple of NFL coaching staffs since the early 1990s, might be considering retirement after today’s game.
  2. The Kansas City Chiefs coach, who still has his more than a decade after he left Philadelphia, told Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer he needs to figure out what comes next for him.
  3. he isn’t getting any younger and that he has a decision to make about his future after the Super Bowl.

Reid, 64, is looking to win his second Super Bowl title as a head coach after guiding the Chiefs to the title in 2020. If the Chiefs win today, he’d join Bill Belichick, Tom Landry and Don Shula as the only coaches to win 200 or more regular-season games and multiple Super Bowls.

Which are the most (and least) miserable NFL fan bases? We ranked them all When you think about it, life as an NFL fan can generally be a miserable existence. After all, only one of 32 fan bases has reason to celebrate after its team’s final game of the season. Some fan bases have experienced such exhilaration more often than others.

Some have done so, but not in a long time. Some seem always on the brink of such unbridled joy, only to have their hopes crushed on a regular basis. And, of course, some fan bases have never had the opportunity of celebrating a Super Bowl victory. As the season comes to a close with on Feb.12, we tried to determine which NFL fan bases are generally the most (and least) miserable.

Our complicated, and completely made-up, formula considers such factors as recent success or failure, level of optimism for the near future and, to a lesser degree, past glory (the thinking being, the longer ago an event was, the less relevance it might have for today’s fans). NFL plans to keep roof open at State Farm Stadium for Super Bowl LVII There is a chance of rain in the Phoenix area for late Sunday night, but Super Bowl LVII should be long over by then, so the retractable roof at State Farm Stadium is set to remain open for the duration of today’s game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.

Yes, the plan is for the roof, the roof, the roof to remain open for, No precipitation expected during the game with 73 degrees at kick and temps dropping into the upper 50s — Brian McCarthy (@NFLprguy) It should be a nice day for football in the desert.

  1. With current conditions at 75 degrees and winds under 5 mph in the forecast for tonight, it seems the weather won’t be a game changer.
  2. If changing weather conditions do merit an audible, the roof at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., can be closed in 12 minutes.
  3. How the Philadelphia Eagles nearly became the Phoenix Eagles in 1984 Philadelphia Eagles owner Leonard Tose, right, speaks to a group of NFL owners in New York as NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle watches on Dec.18, 1984.

The owners agreed to appoint a committee to deal with Tose’s request for up to $12 million in loans for his financially troubled team in order to keep them in the city.

  • PHOENIX — The and their fans are thanking the heavens.
  • Thirty-nine years ago, the Eagles were heading to Phoenix and their fans were cursing their fate.
  • In a dark moment in Philadelphia sports history forgotten by many, there was a brief stretch at the end of the 1984 season when the beloved Eagles almost relocated to Arizona, site of,
  • It came on the heels of the Raiders moving from Oakland to Los Angeles and the Colts leaving Baltimore for Indianapolis, so the concept of an established franchise uprooting was entirely plausible.

“The idea of the Eagles picking up and moving just turned the city upside down,” recalled legendary, who learned the news in the middle of the night that cash-strapped owner had agreed to sell nearly half of his team to get out of debt. The caveat was he’d have to move the team to Phoenix.

  1. Eagles’ Jalen Hurts happy and humbled in run-up to historic Super Bowl matchup Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts speaks to the media during Super Bowl Opening Night on Monday.
  2. PHOENIX — stared up at an elevated stage crowded with teammates, at the arena scoreboard projecting their images, and then into the crowd of fans who descended on the Footprint Center on Monday night for the so-called opening night of week.

“These are once-in-a-lifetime opportunities,” Hurts, the Eagles’ third-year quarterback, said as he answered questions from reporters on a podium flanking the stage. “So I appreciate everything.” On Sunday, Hurts will play in the NFL’s championship game for the first time when he faces the in at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

Super Bowl LVII matchups, analysis and prediction: And the winner is. Clockwise from bottom left: Jalen Hurts, Patrick Mahomes, Nick Sirianni, Frank Clark, T.J. Edwards and Andy Reid. Los Angeles Times NFL writer breaks down the matchups between the AFC champion and the NFC champion for, which will be played in Arizona (3:30 p.m.

PST, Fox): Kansas City Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco runs during the AFC championship against the Cincinnati Bengals. Isiah Pacheco has made a difference in Kansas City’s running game. Jerick McKinnon is a solid all-around back and willing pass blocker.

A healthy is a big part of the running game, but he’s hampered by that bad ankle. He did run when he needed to against the Bengals, including the pivotal scramble when he was hit out of bounds. The Eagles struggled against the run early in the season but responded by adding defensive tackles Ndamukong Suh and Linval Joseph, which helped plug the holes.

Philadelphia doesn’t have a stone-wall run defense but doesn’t really get run over. Middle linebacker T.J. Edwards does a good job. If you’re going to run on the Eagles, it’s best to run around the edges. EDGE: CHIEFS Rams legend Jack Youngblood played through pain.

That’s why he admires Patrick Mahomes Muddied Rams defensive end Jack Youngblood walks on the sidelines during a loss to the Minnesota Vikings in December 1977. PHOENIX — The ankle sprain was so severe that the pain covered a distance that could be measured in both miles and years. The images of Patrick Mahomes traveled all the way from Kansas City, arriving on Jack Youngblood’s television down in Florida as a reminder of a similar scene more than four decades old.

“He was wound up on the sidelines,” Youngblood said. “Did you see him? He was going, ‘No, no, hell no!’ He’s like I was and still am — as hard-headed as a 7-year-old.” Watching sons play in NFL can be euphoric, ‘emotional teeter-totter’ for parents Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and his mother, Donna, fight back tears of joy after the AFC championship game between the Tennessee Titans and Kansas City Chiefs on Jan.19, 2020.

Will make NFL history on Feb.12 when they become the first brothers to play against each other in the, That will be both terrific and tormenting for their families, who will try to walk that narrow line and not cheer for one player over the other. Although this situation is unprecedented, some of the most famous football families understand.

They too have lived in that uncomfortable limbo. “When my sons played each other, I held my breath pretty much the whole game,” said Geraldine Barber-Hale, mother of twins Ronde and Tiki Barber. “I’m one of these mothers who every time my son is on the field I hold my breath until he comes off.

  1. PHOENIX — Andy Reid was the Philadelphia Eagles coach when the team drafted linebacker Brandon Graham in 2010, center in 2011 and defensive lineman Fletcher Cox in 2012.
  2. The three players remain stalwarts for a team that will try to prevent Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs from winning a second Super Bowl title in four years.
  3. Reid gave all three players hugs Monday during the so-called Super Bowl “opening night.”
  4. “We go our separate ways and get ready to play,” Reid said this week, “but I’m proud of ’em.”
  5. Graham said it was the first time he had spoken with Reid since Reid led the at the end of the 2019 season.

Why did recruiters and coaches miss on Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes in high school? Patrick Mahomes scrambles amid players during a 2013 game for Whitehouse High in Texas. Entering the 2012 season, the Whitehouse Wildcats needed to find a new starting quarterback.

  • Three-year starter Hunter Taylor had graduated after helping Whitehouse become one of the most prolific passing programs in East Texas, leaving a gaping hole that two unproven juniors were hoping to fill.
  • Ryan Cheatham had started for the junior varsity the prior year and fit the mold of past Wildcats quarterbacks — smart, accurate and well-built to withstand pressure in the pocket.

The other guy,, had starred at safety his sophomore year and was known as the best all-around athlete, wowing the town of about 8,000 in basketball and baseball too. But, when it came to quarterbacking, the young man did not fit any mold. Rihanna’s upcoming Super Bowl performance is already so iconic it has a wax figure Rihanna attends the 2018 Met Gala in New York.

Rihanna hasn’t even performed at the Super Bowl yet, and her halftime show look has already inspired a wax figure. On Tuesday, Madame Tussauds announced two new wax figures of the singer and business mogul — just in time for, The statues will feature Rihanna’s and a yet-to-be-revealed costume from her highly anticipated halftime performance.

The first figure — now on display at Madame Tussauds New York in Times Square — is based on Rihanna’s 2018 Met Gala outfit: a pearl-and jewel-embellished, seafoam and silver Maison Margiela Artisanal bustier minidress, jacket and open skirt ensemble with a bishop’s mitre.

  • The statue also features Rihanna’s statement jewelry and diamond-encrusted manicure from the event, which advertised a religious “Sunday Best” dress code.
  • Top Super Bowl LVII prop bets: Who will win MVP? How many touchdowns for Travis Kelce? Some of the novelty has worn off props because they aren’t met with the same fanfare they used to be.

The age of legal sports betting in the United States has created high demand, but sportsbooks also create high supply. Prop bets, the ability to parlay props and hundreds of betting options are available any given Sunday. Bettors used to have to sit in smoky Las Vegas books waiting for the prop packets to be passed out and the lines to be posted on the board.

Nowadays, prop betting is everywhere and more popular than betting the spread or total in some respects. However, this is the single biggest betting event of the year and there are a lot more props than what we typically see, so there still are plenty of reasons to get excited. Kelce brothers are no strangers to fighting it out — just ask their dad Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, left, and his brother, Eagles center Jason Kelce, hold each other’s jerseys after a 2017 game in Kansas City.

MEDIA, Pa. — In a region where everyone is decked out in gear, especially with the team headed to the for the second time in six seasons, Ed Kelce is easy to spot. He is a tall, sturdy man with broad shoulders and meaty hands, and even at 71 has a thick head of hair that’s parted down the middle and more salt than pepper.

  1. What’s different about Kelce is conflicting attire.
  2. Under his requisite green Eagles windbreaker is a red T-shirt.
  3. How nervy — or maybe just absentminded — to rep the Chiefs in this Philadelphia suburb.
  4. The Eagles will face Kansas City in,11 creamy Super Bowl dips — for any and all chips (or crudités) Creamy and seductive, dips are among the best of snacking pleasures — and are in high demand on Super Bowl Sunday.

Assorted crudités and chips are the obvious accompaniments, and hunks of crusty bread, flatbreads and sliced baguettes work well too. This is the classic Lipton onion dip made with just 2 ingredients: Lipton onion soup mix and sour cream. This appetizer is perfect for parties.

This easily assembled dip, a brainchild of the 1950s, was part of almost every appetizer spread in its heyday. As food columnist Jenn Harris will attest, its fans are die-hards who will shun any attempt at making onion dip from scratch, with fresh ingredients or other trendy alteration. This homemade classic sour cream and onion dip is made even more delicious with fresh sautéed onions.

Perfect as an appetizer for a party or potluck. For those not wed to the mother of all onion dips, former cooking editor Genevieve Ko’s from-scratch version uses fresh onions, kosher salt and some vegetable oil in place of the soup mix. Once caramelized, they are mixed with sour cream and, voilà, it is onion dip — no additives, sulfites or flavor enhancers (though it will taste better if chilled overnight).

Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes set to make Super Bowl history GLENDALE, Ariz. — history is on tap here. Again. But unlike or at the goal line — both of which happened here — State Farm Stadium will be home Sunday to a different kind of landmark moment. It’s the first time will face each other on the NFL’s biggest stage.

The game pits two of the league’s most dynamic stars, Kansas City’s — who this week received — and Philadelphia’s, whose team was 16-1 in games he started this season. “I’m really excited for both quarterbacks, what they can represent to a ton of kids,” Eagles coach Nick Sirianni said.

“Not only are they two African American quarterbacks, but they’re the two best quarterbacks in the NFL this year. First-team All-Pro, second-team All-Pro. “They both play at the highest level.” What are the overtime rules for NFL playoff games? Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, left, and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

The bulk of the were implemented in 2010, with one change approved by the league’s competition committee last spring that allows for both teams to possess the ball at least once before a winner can be determined. The change was made following renewed scrutiny of playoff overtime rules after the Kansas City Chiefs’ AFC divisional playoff win over the Buffalo Bills in January 2022.

A coin flip determines which team receives the opening kickoff.

Each team will have the opportunity to possess the ball at least once before a winner is determined.

Teams play 15-minute periods until there’s a winner.

If the score is tied after each team’s first possession, the next score by either team (touchdown, field goal or safety) will win the game.

There are no coach challenges, with all reviews being initiated by the replay official.

Each team gets three timeouts per half (two overtime periods).

If there is no winner after the fourth overtime period, there will be another coin toss before play resumes.

Latest Super Bowl odds for Chiefs vs. Eagles The Eagles are 2-point favorites to win the Super Bowl over the Chiefs. The initial Super Bowl line for total points set minutes after the Chiefs’ win over the Bengals was at 49.5, but it has moved up to 51.

Some sports books opened with the Eagles as -2.5 favorites, but most are at -2 or -1.5 (a game with no favorite). Here are the latest gambling odds and prop bets for Super Bowl LVII: Who is the referee for Super Bowl LVII? Referee Carl Cheffers makes a call during a game in October between the Kansas City Chiefs and Las Vegas Raiders.

Carl Cheffers, an NFL official since 2000, will be the referee for Super Bowl LVII. The Whittier native has refereed two Super Bowls, the first in 2017 when Tom Brady and the New England Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons in overtime of Super Bowl LI.

His last Super Bowl assignment was in 2021 when Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs. Cheffers, 62, and his crews ranked No.1 in the league for penalties called during the 2022 regular season, averaging 14.4 flags per game, according to Profootballreference.com. During Super Bowl LV, Cheffers drew the ire of many Chiefs fans for eight first-half penalties against Kansas City.

The Chiefs lost 95 yards in the game because of penalties — a Super Bowl record. Here’s who will make up the rest of Cheffers’ Super Bowl LVII officiating crew: Roy Ellison (umpire), Jerod Phillips (down judge), Jeff Bergman (line judge), John Jenkins (field judge), Eugene Hall (side judge), Dino Paganelli (back judge), Mark Butterworth (replay official).

Who will perform in the Super Bowl halftime show? Rihanna attends an event in Los Angeles in 2021. in what will be her first public performance in five years. It remains to be seen if any other notable names will be joining Rihanna on stage — the Super Bowl halftime show has a reputation for featuring multiple artists.

Mary J. Blige, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem and Kendrick Lamar performed at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. It’s been six years since the release of Rihanna’s last studio album, and her return to the public stage has sparked speculation about a potential album release later this year.

  1. Who will perform the national anthem at the Super Bowl? Country music recording artist Chris Stapleton Country music recording artist Chris Stapleton will perform the national anthem before Super Bowl LVII.
  2. Stapleton is an eight-time Grammy Award winner and 15-time Country Music Assn.
  3. Award winner.
  4. Troy Kotsur will perform the national anthem in American Sign Language.

R&B artist Babyface, a 12-time Grammy Award winner, will perform “America the Beautiful” (with Colin Denny performing in ASL), and “Abbott Elementary” star Sheryl Lee Ralph will perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing” (Justina Miles in ASL) before the game.

The crunchy-salty-sweet Super Bowl snack you need: Furikake Chex mix Stir, stir, stir — that’s the secret to coating this Chex mix with furikake seasoning and buttery-savory syrup that caramelizes as it bakes. Sweet, salty, savory, crunchy, addictive furikake Chex mix — “you can’t stop eating it,” says food stylist Caroline Hwang.

This version of the Hawaiian snack — buttery and tossed with umami-loaded seaweed and sesame seeds — is adapted from her recipe, which was passed to her from a longtime friend in New York, Corey Chow, former chef de cuisine at Thomas Keller’s Per Se.

Chow, now executive chef at Stanwich Club in Greenwich, Conn., says it’s his mom’s recipe — he grew up eating the classic snack after basketball practice in San Gabriel. And Tina Chow, his mom, got it from a Japanese American neighbor. Each time it’s handed off, it gets tweaked. Because furikake Chex mix is highly adaptable to suit a matrix of tastes.

(See also Genevieve Ko’s,) What channel is the Super Bowl on? Fox Sports camera operators work during a game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Jan.8. The game will be broadcast by Fox (Channel 11 in the Los Angeles market) and Fox Desportes (Español).

(AM 570 in Los Angeles)

What time does the Super Bowl start? will be played at 3:30 p.m. PST on Sunday, Feb.12. It will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., the home of the Arizona Cardinals. Here’s a timer counting down the hours and minutes until the game: 00 Days 00 Hours 00 Minutes 00 Seconds Chiefs vs.

Eagles Super Bowl matchup analysis Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts passes against the San Francisco 49ers. Breaking down what the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will need to address in their Super Bowl matchup on Sunday: CHIEFS CONCERNS: Patrick Mahomes is running in ski boots, and two weeks is not a lot of time to nurse that ankle back to some semblance of health.

His receivers are banged up too. Meanwhile, Kansas City’s facing a juggernaut in the Eagles. This isn’t the underdog Philadelphia team that stunned the NFL by winning it all five years ago. This is a machine, with the best offensive line in football, and a devastating defensive front that set a franchise record with 70 sacks.

  1. The back end of that Philadelphia defense is smothering.
  2. The Eagles push open huge holes for that ground game, and Jalen Hurts can sit back and pick apart defenses.
  3. EAGLES CONCERNS: Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones is a wrecking ball who can line up inside or outside.
  4. Even for that Philadelphia offensive line, he’ll create problems.

Mahomes is Mahomes, even when he’s hurt. He’s a magician. Give Andy Reid time and he’s the best in the business at drawing up a plan, yet he’s 1-2 in Super Bowls with a couple of losses to Tom Brady, so, The Chiefs are in the Super Bowl for the third time in four years and experience counts for something.

What time will the Super Bowl end 2023?

The Super Bowl will start at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. – Here is a look at what time does the Super Bowl start for each time zone in the United States.

Super Bowl start time Eastern: 6:30 p.m. ET SB start time Central: 5:30 p.m. CT Super Bowl start time Mountain: 4:30 p.m. MT SB start time Pacific: 3:30 p.m. PT

State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona is in the Mountain time zone. The sun will still be shining outside of the stadium at kickoff of Super Bowl LVII and will likely be shining inside the stadium as well. The home of the Arizona Cardinals has a retractable roof and the roof has been open for the previous two Super Bowls in the stadium.

How much is Super Bowl tickets 2023?

How much did Super Bowl tickets cost in 2023? Depending on the seats available, prices started just below $5,000 and went all the way up to around $36,000 for the most premium seats. Most of the available seats were in the lower range, making the average Super Bowl ticket for 2023 a hefty $8,000.

Is the Super Bowl sold out 2023?

The Super Bowl is always one of the hottest tickets on the face of the Earth, as thousands of fans bask in the melting pot where sport and entertainment collide. It simply wouldn’t be the Super Bowl without liberal splashes of glitz and glam, a half-time show featuring the world’s finest performers, fireworks, pomp and an all-American ceremony.

Super Bowl 2023 on TV – full guide, UK times and more

The Super Bowl will be hosted at State Farm Stadium – home of the Arizona Cardinals NFL team – in Glendale, Arizona in 2023. The stadium has been expanded to its limits for one weekend only, with fans set to pack the house to the rafters for the big game.

RadioTimes.com brings you all the details about the Super Bowl attendance in 2023. By entering your details, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions and privacy policy, You can unsubscribe at any time. The expanded State Farm Stadium is a sell-out for the game on Sunday night, meaning the Super Bowl 2023 attendance figure should reach 72,200 fans.

It’s difficult to fathom that this time last year we celebrated the great news of a return to full capacity crowds in Los Angeles for the Super Bowl, following a meagre 25,000-strong masked crowd in 2021 due to COVID restrictions. Fans in 2022 were required to prove their vaccination or negative test status and had to wear masks while not eating or drinking, but the show went ahead with a full attendance.

Super Bowl halftime show 2023 – time, performers and more

Super Bowl XIV – in 1980 – boasted the largest ever attendance at the showpiece event. A total of 103,985 fans crammed into the iconic Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California to watch the Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Los Angeles Rams. That total may take a while to beat considering few stadiums are able to match that capacity, but what a sight it would be! If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide or Streaming Guide or visit our Sport hub for all the latest news.

Where is the Super Bowl next 5 years?

Every spring, the Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in North America. It is also the championship game for the National Football League (NFL), and the winner is crowned that season’s champion. Millions of fans in the United States and many worldwide tune in to watch the game as well.

DATE VENUE LOCATION
2024 Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas, NV
2025 Caesars Superdome New Orleans, LA
2026 Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara, CA
2027 TBD Dallas, TX; Miami, FL; Los Angeles, California*
2028 TBD Detroit, MI; Buffalo, NY; Nashville, TN*

indicates speculative top candidates, as the host city has not been officially decided yet

What was the bad call in the Super Bowl?

‘Sorry but I don’t like that call!’: The controversial penalty call which played a decisive role in Super Bowl LVII outcome With tied 35-35 with just 1:54 remaining, the Kansas City Chiefs faced a critical third down in Philadelphia Eagles territory to keep their drive continuing and run out some clock before attempting a game-winning field goal.

  1. Chiefs quarterback – and newly anointed NFL MVP – Patrick Mahomes waited and threw a pass towards the endzone in the direction of JuJu Smith-Schuster, only for it to fall to the Arizona turf.
  2. Just when it looked like the drive was ending and Kansas City would have to kick a field goal which would allow the Eagles the opportunity to have one final drive with about 90 seconds left – plenty of time for Jalen Hurts and Co.

– a yellow flag fluttered onto the field from an official signaling a penalty. The officials adjudged that Eagles cornerback James Bradberry had held Smith-Schuster, giving the Chiefs an automatic first down and allowing them to run the clock down to 11 seconds before kicking the go-ahead field goal – essentially wrapping up the victory.

In the immediate aftermath, the penalty call was questioned by the TV announcers. “On this stage, I think you let them play, finish this thing out,” Fox broadcaster Greg Olsen, a former star tight end, said. “I don’t love that call.” And on social media, it was queried by many, as people maligned it as effectively deciding the outcome of the NFL’s biggest game.

“Sorry but I don’t like that call! Not for the Super Bowl man!” NBA legend LeBron James said on Twitter. His hand on his back had no effect on his route! This game was too damn good for that call to dictate the outcome at the end. Damn! By the way I have no horse in the race.

Just my professional opinion — LeBron James (@KingJames) In a separate tweet, James said: “His hand on his back had no effect on his route! This game was too damn good for that call to dictate the outcome at the end. Damn! By the way I have no horse in the race. Just my professional opinion.” ESPN analyst Mina Kimes it was “such a crappy way to decide a Super Bowl.” Former Dallas Cowboys star wide receiver Dez Bryant that “that wasn’t a holding call.

under 5yds as well that call for sure dictate the outcome of the game” I gotta keep it G and I’m a wide out to ❤️ I have to admit that wasn’t a holding call. under 5yds as well that call for sure dictate the outcome of the game — Dez Bryant (@DezBryant) NFL commentator Kirk Herbstreit said he hated the call at that stage of the game.

“Usually don’t get involved in ripping referees but HATE that defensive holding call on Bradberry.35-35 late on a 3rd down incompletion on what was a marginal foul???” he, “Let em play man!! Bad call-hate that is what many will take away from this game.” But from the players involved in the play and Sunday’s officials, they were unequivocal afterwards that there was holding on the play.

“It was a holding,” Bradberry told reporters after the Eagles’ 38-35 loss. “I tugged his jersey. I was hoping they would let it slide.” Smith-Schuster – who finished with seven catches and 53 receiving yards at the Super Bowl – said there was “100%” holding on the play. “My route’s to strike in, strike back out. I mean Bradberry’s a good player, but you know I feel like, at some day, the call’s gonna be called,” he told reporters.

  • Referee Carl Cheffers told pool reporter Lindsay Jones afterwards that there was “no debate” whether or not there was a penalty.
  • The receiver went to the inside, and he was attempting to release to the outside,” Cheffers said.
  • The defender grabbed the jersey with his right hand and restricted him from releasing to the outside.

So, therefore, we called defensive holding.” Whatever the merits of the call itself, for Eagles center Jason Kelce, it was clear that it wasn’t the sole thing to blame for Philadelphia’s loss. “They called it, and that’s the way this goes. I’ve said this before, I’m never going to be somebody who puts blame or anything on officials.

  1. That’s a hard job.
  2. They make a call.
  3. It is what it is,” he told reporters after the game.
  4. There were multiple other moments in that game to take care of business and I think that, you know, we were close.
  5. We could have won that game without the officials making without that call being the determining factor.” Still, despite the clarity from the people involved in the play, chatter on social media and beyond will debate whether or not the Super Bowl was decided on one call.

: ‘Sorry but I don’t like that call!’: The controversial penalty call which played a decisive role in Super Bowl LVII outcome

Who has won the most Super Bowls?

Recent and upcoming games 2023 season Super Bowl LVIII Allegiant Stadium (February 11, 2024) 2024 season Super Bowl LIX Caesars Superdome (February 9, 2025)

Each winning team’s Super Bowl rings, as of the 2010 season, on display in lead up to Super Bowl XLV The Super Bowl is the annual league championship game of the National Football League (NFL). It has served as the final game of every NFL season since 1966, replacing the NFL Championship Game,

  1. Since 2022, the game is played on the second Sunday in February.
  2. Prior Super Bowls were played on Saturdays in early to mid-January from 1967 to 1978, late January from 1979 to 2003, except 2002, and the first Sunday of February from 2004 to 2021.
  3. Winning teams are awarded the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named for the coach of the Green Bay Packers who won the first two Super Bowls.

Due to the NFL restricting use of its “Super Bowl” trademark, it is frequently referred to as the “big game” or other generic terms by non-sponsoring corporations. The day the game is played is often referred to as ” Super Bowl Sunday ” or simply “Super Sunday”.

The game was created as part of a 1966 merger agreement between the NFL and the competing American Football League (AFL) to have their best teams compete for a championship. It was originally called the AFL–NFL World Championship Game until the “Super Bowl” moniker was adopted in 1969’s Super Bowl III,

The first four Super Bowls from 1967 to 1970 were played before the merger, with the NFL and AFL each winning two. After the merger in 1970, the 10 AFL teams and three NFL teams formed the American Football Conference (AFC), while the remaining 13 NFL teams formed the National Football Conference (NFC).

All games since 1971’s Super Bowl V have been played between the winners of each conference’s championship game, with the NFC leading the AFC 27–26. Among the NFL’s current 32 teams, 20 (11 NFC, 9 AFC) have won a Super Bowl and 15 (8 AFC, 7 NFC) hold multiple titles. The AFC’s Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots have the most Super Bowl titles at six each.

The New England Patriots also have the most Super Bowl appearances with 11, followed by the Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, and Pittsburgh Steelers, each of which have appeared in eight Super Bowls. Among NFC franchises, the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers have the most titles with five each and the Cowboys have the most appearances with eight.

  • The Patriots and the Denver Broncos of the AFC hold the record for the most defeats in the Super Bowl, with five each.
  • The Baltimore Ravens of the AFC and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFC are the only franchises to be undefeated in multiple Super Bowls, having each won two.
  • Among the 12 teams who have not won a Super Bowl, the AFC’s Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars, and the NFC’s Detroit Lions are the only four to have not appeared in the game.

Tom Brady has won more Super Bowls than any other individual player or team with seven (six with the New England Patriots and one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers). The Super Bowl is among the world’s most-watched single sporting events and frequently commands the largest audience among all American broadcasts during the year.

It is second only to the UEFA Champions League final as the most watched annual club sporting event worldwide, and the seven most-watched broadcasts in American television history are Super Bowls. Commercial airtime during the Super Bowl broadcast is the most expensive of the year because of the high viewership, leading to companies regularly developing their most expensive advertisements for the broadcast and commercial viewership becoming an integral part of the event.

The Super Bowl is also the second-largest event for American food consumption, behind Thanksgiving dinner,

How long is the Super Bowl?

What Time Does the Super Bowl Halftime Show Start? – The average Super Bowl lasts 3 hours and 12 minutes. That means the halftime show is expected to start some time between 7:50 p.m. ET and 8:20 p.m. ET at Super Bowl LVIII, assuming the Super Bowl start time is indeed 6:30 p.m. Rihanna used expletives to describe Indiana’s RFRA law during her set at the March Madness Music Festival & Coca Cola Zero Countdown held at White River State Park, Saturday April 4th, 2015. Inidc5 6jxjk4soqrp10v9ne5pf Original Michelle Pemberton Indianapolis Star via Imagn Content Services, LLC This is always one of the most eagerly anticipated events among Super Bowl viewers.

  • It started out as a reasonably modest affair, with the Grambling College Band performing at Super Bowl I and Super Bowl II, but it now attracts the most famous acts on the planet.
  • We have seen all sorts of iconic performances, from U2 at Super Bowl XXXVI to Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J.

Blige, Eminem and 50 Cent at Super Bowl LVI. Famous singers normally perform the national anthem, too, including Whitney Houston at Super Bowl XXV, Billy Joel at Super Bowl XXIII and Christina Aguilera at Super Bowl XLV, when the Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Who is Super Bowl 57 MVP?

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Patrick Mahomes was named Super Bowl MVP for the second time in his still-young career for his dazzling comeback performance in the Chiefs’ thrilling 38-35 Super Bowl 57 win over the Eagles. Mahomes outdueled Jalen Hurts, who turned in one of the greatest performances by a losing QB in a Super Bowl.

Just like he won Super Bowl 54 MVP in 2020, he led Kansas City back from a 10-point deficit in the second half. MORE: How the Chiefs won Super Bowl 57: The seven biggest plays that beat the Eagles “I feel like I’m better when we are down,” Mahomes said after the game, promising to start faster instead of saving his best for last in Super Bowls.

But Mahomes’ Captain Comeback profile in the fourth quarter is what connects him to Tom Brady, Joe Montana and other great quarterbacks who have won multiple Super Bowls. Brady pulled off the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history when he rallied the Patriots from 28-3 down in Super Bowl 51 against the Falcons. Mahomes has matched Bart Starr, Terry Bradshaw and Eli Manning with his two Super Bowl MVPs. He also became the first player, QB or not, since Kurt Warner in the 1999 season to follow up a regular-season MVP with Super Bowl MVP. Mahomes joins Warner, Montana, Bradshaw, Starr, Emmitt Smith and Steve Young as the only players to pull off the double, something Brady didn’t do.

  1. DeCOURCY: Mahomes is on course to surpass Brady, but it’s a long road Wait, there’s more.
  2. Mahomes became the first quarterback to lead the NFL in both passing yardage and passing TDs and also win the Super Bowl.
  3. Mahomes is the founding member of that club.
  4. Mahomes (21-of-27 passing, 182 yards, three TDs, 77.7 completion percentage, no sacks 131.8 rating, 44 yards rushing) also turned in one of the best Super Bowl MVP performances by a QB.

After a sloppy first half against the 49ers in Super Bowl 54 and the worst game of his career against the Buccaneers in Super Bowl 55, this was Mahomes’ biggest night in the biggest game. MORE: Super Bowl 57, by the numbers: Six stats from Chiefs victory over Eagles Montana and Brady put up gaudier yardage totals in Super Bowls.

  1. Montana outdueled Hall of Famer Dan Marino in Super Bowl 19.
  2. His 331 yards passing and three TDs, plus 59 yards rushing an another TD, is the considered the best performance of the past.
  3. Brady put up big numbers against the Falcons and vs.
  4. The Panthers in Super Bowl 38.
  5. But both games had their share of blemishes.

Mahomes had a clean game and needed every bit of grit given that Hurts threw for 301 yards and a TD and ran for a Super Bowl-record (for a QB) 70 yards and three TDs. But the game did give Mahomes an opportunity to add his first final-possession Super Bowl game-winning drive to his resume.

MORE: Mahomes aggravates ankle injury in first half Now, the question is, how many more times will Mahomes get to Super Bowls? Like Brady and Montana, he has done it with two iterations of the same team. That means he’s the biggest reason the Chiefs have gotten to, and won, two of the past four Super Bowls and why they are bound to keep returning.

“He’s seen the greats. He strives to be the greatest,” Mahomes’ head coach, Andy Reid, said. “Without saying anything, that’s the way he works. He wants to be the greatest player ever.” Remember, it was once inconceivable that someone would outdo Montana in Super Bowls and then Brady came along.

Who won Super Bowl last 5 years?

Past Super Bowl Winners –

Super Bowl Date Winning team Score Losing team Venue City
LVII 2/12/2023 Kansas City Chiefs 38-35 Philadelphia Eagles State Farm Stadium Glendale, Arizona
LVI 2/13/2022 Los Angeles Rams 23–20 Cincinnati Bengals SoFi Stadium Inglewood, California
LV 2/7/2021 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31–9 Kansas City Chiefs Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida
LIV 2/2/2020 Kansas City Chiefs 31–20 San Francisco 49ers Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida
LIII 2/3/2019 New England Patriots 13–3 Los Angeles Rams Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta, Georgia
LII 2/4/2018 Philadelphia Eagles 41–33 New England Patriots U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis, Minnesota
LI 2/5/2017 New England Patriots 34–28 (OT) Atlanta Falcons NRG Stadium Houston, Texas
50 2/7/2016 Denver Broncos 24–10 Carolina Panthers Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara, California
XLIX 2/1/2015 New England Patriots 28–24 Seattle Seahawks University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, Arizona
XLVIII 2/2/2014 Seattle Seahawks 43–8 Denver Broncos MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, New Jersey
XLVII 2/3/2013 Baltimore Ravens 34–31 San Francisco 49ers Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana
XLVI 2/5/2012 New York Giants 21–17 New England Patriots Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, Indiana
XLV 2/6/2011 Green Bay Packers 31–25 Pittsburgh Steelers Cowboys Stadium Arlington, Texas
XLIV 2/7/2010 New Orleans Saints 31–17 Indianapolis Colts Sun Life Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida
XLIII 2/1/2009 Pittsburgh Steelers 27–23 Arizona Cardinals Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida
XLII 2/3/2008 New York Giants 17–14 New England Patriots University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, Arizona
XLI 2/4/2007 Indianapolis Colts 29–17 Chicago Bears Dolphin Stadium Miami Gardens, Florida
XL 2/5/2006 Pittsburgh Steelers 21–10 Seattle Seahawks Ford Field Detroit, Michigan
XXXIX 2/6/2005 New England Patriots 24–21 Philadelphia Eagles Alltel Stadium Jacksonville, Florida
XXXVIII 2/1/2004 New England Patriots 32–29 Carolina Panthers Reliant Stadium Houston, Texas
XXXVII 1/26/2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48–21 Oakland Raiders Qualcomm Stadium San Diego, California
XXXVI 2/3/2002 New England Patriots 20–17 St. Louis Rams Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana
XXXV 1/28/2001 Baltimore Ravens 34–7 New York Giants Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Florida
XXXIV 1/30/2000 St. Louis Rams 23–16 Tennessee Titans Georgia Dome Atlanta, Georgia
XXXIII 1/31/1999 Denver Broncos 34–19 Atlanta Falcons Pro Player Stadium Miami, Florida
XXXII 1/25/1998 Denver Broncos 31–24 Green Bay Packers Qualcomm Stadium San Diego, California
XXXI 1/26/1997 Green Bay Packers 35–21 New England Patriots Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana
XXX 1/28/1996 Dallas Cowboys 27–17 Pittsburgh Steelers Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, Arizona
XXIX 1/29/1995 San Francisco 49ers 49–26 San Diego Chargers Joe Robbie Stadium Miami, Florida
XXVIII 1/30/1994 Dallas Cowboys 30–13 Buffalo Bills Georgia Dome Atlanta, Georgia
XXVII 1/31/1993 Dallas Cowboys 52–17 Buffalo Bills Rose Bowl Pasadena, California
XXVI 1/26/1992 Washington Redskins 37–24 Buffalo Bills Metrodome Minneapolis, Minnesota
XXV 1/27/1991 New York Giants 20–19 Buffalo Bills Tampa Stadium Tampa, Florida
XXIV 1/28/1990 San Francisco 49ers 55–10 Denver Broncos Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana
XXIII 1/22/1989 San Francisco 49ers 20–16 Cincinnati Bengals Joe Robbie Stadium Miami, Florida
XXII 1/31/1988 Washington Redskins 42–10 Denver Broncos San Diego–Jack Murphy Stadium San Diego, California
XXI 1/25/1987 New York Giants 39–20 Denver Broncos Rose Bowl Pasadena, California
XX 1/26/1986 Chicago Bears 46–10 New England Patriots Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana
XIX 1/20/1985 San Francisco 49ers 38–16 Miami Dolphins Stanford Stadium Stanford, California
XVIII 1/22/1984 Los Angeles Raiders 38–9 Washington Redskins Tampa Stadium Tampa, Florida
XVII 1/30/1983 Washington Redskins 27–17 Miami Dolphins Rose Bowl Pasadena, California
XVI 1/24/1982 San Francisco 49ers 26–21 Cincinnati Bengals Pontiac Silverdome Pontiac, Michigan
XV 1/25/1981 Oakland Raiders 27–10 Philadelphia Eagles Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana
XIV 1/20/1980 Pittsburgh Steelers 31–19 Los Angeles Rams Rose Bowl Pasadena, California
XIII 1/21/1979 Pittsburgh Steelers 35–31 Dallas Cowboys Miami Orange Bowl Miami, Florida
XII 1/15/1978 Dallas Cowboys 27–10 Denver Broncos Louisiana Superdome New Orleans, Louisiana
XI 1/9/1977 Oakland Raiders 32–14 Minnesota Vikings Rose Bowl Pasadena, California
X 1/18/1976 Pittsburgh Steelers 21–17 Dallas Cowboys Miami Orange Bowl Miami, Florida
IX 1/12/1975 Pittsburgh Steelers 16–6 Minnesota Vikings Tulane Stadium New Orleans, Louisiana
VIII 1/13/1974 Miami Dolphins 24–7 Minnesota Vikings Rice Stadium Houston, Texas
VII 1/14/1973 Miami Dolphins 14–7 Washington Redskins Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, California
VI 1/16/1972 Dallas Cowboys 24–3 Miami Dolphins Tulane Stadium New Orleans, Louisiana
V 1/17/1971 Baltimore Colts 16–13 Dallas Cowboys Miami Orange Bowl Miami, Florida
IV 1/11/1970 Kansas City Chiefs 23–7 Minnesota Vikings Tulane Stadium New Orleans, Louisiana
III 1/12/1969 New York Jets 16–7 Baltimore Colts Miami Orange Bowl Miami, Florida
II 1/14/1968 Green Bay Packers 33–14 Oakland Raiders Miami Orange Bowl Miami, Florida
I 1/15/1967 Green Bay Packers 35–10 Kansas City Chiefs Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, California

Why is Super Bowl so long?

How long does the Super Bowl usually last? The Super Bowl is typically four hours long. The game itself takes about three and a half hours, with a 30-minute halftime show built in. While a typical NFL game usually lasts about three hours, the Super Bowl is much longer because of the focus on the advertising.

How long is a football game?

How Long Is a Football Game? – While reports on this vary depending on the sample size, the average NFL game reportedly takes 3 hours and 12 minutes to complete. In contrast, the average time for a college football game is 3 hours and 24 minutes.

Why is Super Bowl on Sunday?

‘The reason we haven’t done it in the past is simply just from an audience standpoint. The audiences on Sunday night are so much larger,’ Goodell said in 2018. ‘Fans want to have the best opportunity to be able to see the game and we want to give that to them, so Sunday night is a better night.’

How much is a Super Bowl ring?

How much do the Super Bowl rings cost? What are they made of? Kirby Lee USA Today Sports, Trophies are big, bulky things : the Stanley Cup, the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the Jules Rimet Trophy. Obviously costly objets d’art, in both the materials that they are made of as well as in the struggle to obtain one, all of these lusted-after prizes have one obvious drawback.

  • They are singular, one-off trophies and the players will never possess them personally.
  • No individual directly involved in procuring one will be able to display it in their home, invite friends to admire it, or even touch it after the initial euphoric moment on the field.
  • This is perhaps the most distinguishing characteristic that makes a Super Bowl ring so desirable.

Unlike a trophy that will sit in the front office under lock and key, a Super Bowl ring is an individual memento of the event that the players can own personally, can wear out in town (if they are brave/crazy enough), and can keep in their own home. A mini-trophy for everyone who took part. A selection of Super Bowl rings from down through the years The blingiest of bling, Super Bowl rings are typically made of yellow or rose gold and encrusted with diamonds. They usually include the team name, team logo, the phrase “World Champions”, and the Super Bowl number indicated in Roman numerals.

Each ring can be customized with the player’s name and uniform number. More than two thirds of the Super Bowl rings have been manufactured by memorabilia giant Jostens, although Balfour and Tiffany’s & Co. have competed and won the contract in past years. Presented in an elegant display case, these are not simple pieces of metal.

The ring awarded to the Kansas City Chiefs after Super Bowl LIV, for example, has 3.3 carats worth of diamonds and 5.95 carts of rubies for a total gem carat weight of 10.85! The NFL contributes from $5,000 to $7,000 per ring for up to 150 rings per team, with any additional costs being borne by the team.

The final cost usually comes in at between $30k and $50k per ring. Several high-profile players have sold their rings, either through necessity or for charity. Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, sold his Super Bowl LI ring for just over a million dollars, with all the proceeds going to nonprofits that provide meals to the needy.

A lot of the value depends on who the original owner was. Lawrence Taylor sold his Super Bowl XXV ring for a shade over $230k, and if Tom Brady decided to sell any of his, they would certainly be worth more than, say, Jimmy Garoppolo’s. Tom Brady sporting his seven Super Bowl rings. Yes, Jimmy Garoppolo has a Super Bowl ring. In fact, he has two, He was the backup quarterback in New England for Super Bowls XLIX and LI. Bringing up our next point: who gets a ring? Well, everybody. Or more accurately, whoever the owner wants to have a ring.

There are up to 150 made for the players, coaches, etc. but teams will also make rings of a lower value, called “B” and “C” rings to go to office staff, personnel, sometimes even cheerleaders. It is entirely up to the owner’s discretion. You expect the winning team to get a ring, but the fact is that both teams get rings.

The Super Bowl champs will have one that says Super Bowl LVI, but the losing team will get one that says Conference Champions, The rings will be the same apart from the wording, And all of the previous applies to those rings as well: the owner can hand them out to anyone that they see fit.

What are the cheapest Super Bowl tickets?

How much did Super Bowl tickets cost in 2022? – Multiple reports indicate the lowest “on location” price for the 2022 Super Bowl in Los Angeles started at $5,823. The cheapest Super Bowl tickets from SeatGeek, Vivid Seats, StubHub and the NFL Exchange averaged out to $4,366.

How many seats are at the Super Bowl?

Super Bowl stadium and capacity – State Farm Stadium – home of the Arizona Cardinals – will host the Super Bowl for the third time in history. It hosted the 2008 and 2015 Super Bowl games under the guise of University of Phoenix Stadium before State Farm assumed naming rights. The stadium was constructed with a retractable pitch that can slide into the stadium. Getty Images By entering your details, you are agreeing to our terms and conditions and privacy policy, You can unsubscribe at any time. If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide or Streaming Guide, or visit our Sport hub for all the latest news.

Why are Super Bowl ads so expensive?

Why are Super Bowl ads so expensive? – There is a simple answer to this question, and I think we all can guess what that is: viewership. Since the Super Bowl is one of the most-watched broadcasts on television every year, there is no better platform to reveal fresh advertisements to the world.

The game is broadcast on over 225 different television stations, aired on about 450 radio stations and viewed by approximately 180 countries across the globe. The game is appealing to all. In 2022, Super Bowl LVI was viewed by 99.18 million people, as the Los Angeles Rams triumphed over the Cincinnati Bengals.

However, the for the most-watched Super Bowl remains in the hands of Super Bowl XLIX in 2015. During this and Seattle Seahawks showdown, the televised event received 114.44 million viewers. With these numbers insinuating wide demographics, it would be of a company’s best interest to publicize their avant-garde ventures.

  1. But it doesn’t stop there.
  2. Most often, these commercials are then publicized even further following the actual Super Bowl.
  3. Morning shows, late-night shows, social media storms, published content on various news sites and, of course, buzz by word of mouth ultimately lead to more distribution of information.

Companies immediately receive the gain when their products are popularized within the seconds following the ad’s airtime.

What is the most expensive ticket for the Super Bowl?

How Much Are Super Bowl LVII Tickets? – As of the writing of this article,, which is the Official Ticket Marketplace of the NFL, lists the cheapest Super Bowl ticket at $5,795.00 — that price jumps to $7,127.85 with fees included. Just north of a cool $7k would put you up in Section 436, Row 19.

Seats in the club level range from just under $10k to over $30k, depending on their placement in the stadium. MORE: According to a recent NBC report, the is about $6,076.Other sites that list re-sale tickets, such as Vivid Seats, StubHub, and SeatGeek, have some tickets available at lower prices.Packages that can be combined with ticket purchases include On The Fifty, Club 57, Champions Club, and Touchdown club, which, depending on the package, provide a variety of perks that include premium food and drinks, pregame events with live musical performances, post-game field access, and more.

Where is the Super Bowl for the next 5 years?

Every spring, the Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in North America. It is also the championship game for the National Football League (NFL), and the winner is crowned that season’s champion. Millions of fans in the United States and many worldwide tune in to watch the game as well.

DATE VENUE LOCATION
2024 Allegiant Stadium Las Vegas, NV
2025 Caesars Superdome New Orleans, LA
2026 Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara, CA
2027 TBD Dallas, TX; Miami, FL; Los Angeles, California*
2028 TBD Detroit, MI; Buffalo, NY; Nashville, TN*

indicates speculative top candidates, as the host city has not been officially decided yet

Is Super Bowl 2023 in Vegas?

View photos from the press conference at Allegiant Stadium announcing Las Vegas will host Super Bowl LVIII on February 11, 2024.