The biggest day in the football calendar is upon us.
This Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The championship game promises to be one of the most exciting Super Bowl matchups in recent memory, pitting the No. 1 overall seed from both conferences against each other. The Eagles are arguably the most complete team in the NFL this season, dominating on both sides of the ball thanks to their stellar defense, unstoppable offensive line and elite quarterback Jalen Hurts. But if there’s one thing NFL fans have learned over the past five years, it’s to never bet against Patrick Mahomes. The endlessly creative Chiefs quarterback has weathered every setback, from injuries to the clock seemingly running out, to keep the Chiefs in the game long after they were written off. With Mahomes benefiting from the brilliant offensive play of Travis Kelce and Andy Reid, the Chiefs will be a formidable foe for the NFC champions. If anyone can stop the Eagles’ charmless season, it will be Kansas City.
Of course, not only sports fans enjoy the game. As usual, the Super Bowl is shaping up to be a huge entertainment event, featuring Rihanna’s halftime performance and a slew of elite commercials and movie trailers. “Fast X” and “The Flash” are expected to debut new trailers during the game, along with ads for “Cocaine Bear” and “Dungeons and Dragons: Honor among Thieves.”
Want to make sure you don’t miss out on any deals? Super Bowl LVII will air live on Fox beginning Sunday, February 12 at 4:30 PM MT (3:30 PM ET). + Live TV and fuboTV.
Commentary duties for the game will be handled by Fox’s current top NFL broadcasting team of Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen. Fans of Burkhardt and Olsen’s work together should take every opportunity to see them, as Olsen could be replaced by Tom Brady when the recently retired quarterback joins Fox’s broadcast team in 2024.