We know you probably know — the Super Bowl is the biggest moment of the year in American sports.
Even during the coronavirus pandemic, little is stopping this yearly cultural phenomenon from captivating nearly 100 million sets of eyeballs the first weekend of February.
The game will have a different energy this Sunday in Tampa, Florida, with only 20,000 fans and another 7,500 medical workers in attendance. But whatever juice might be missing from the attendees is more than made up for by the matchup.
After waiting 50 years between championships, the Kansas City Chiefs are now attempting to defend their National Football League crown.