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Everything you need to know about Super Bowls and the Super Bowl LVII

by Jack Wang

What’s the Hype all about?

The Super Bowl’s origins lie in the creation of the American Football League. The first time it happened the Green Bay Packers versed the Kansas City Chiefs which had minimal attention. The hype didn’t even come close to what it is today until it hit double digits with every Super Bowl before growing exponentially in hype. By 1974, the event had grown to such proportions that Norman Vincent Peale declared that if Christ were alive “he’d be at the Super Bowl.”  The Super Bowl is an event football fans look forward to all year long. Everyone is energetic and excitement grows every playoff game until the final event. In the Super Bowl LVII (The 57th one), Representing the NFC, we have the Philadelphia Eagles Vs. The Chiefs representing the AFC. The Super Bowl LVII starts at 6:30 p.m. ET on Feb. 12, 2023 and will be played in State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. This game decides the champion of the 2022 NFL season with over 208 million people watching and chanting for their favorite team.

Quick Knowledge

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is facing off against his former team and the starting quarterback for The Chiefs will be Patrick Mahomes and for the Eagles will be Jalen Hurts. The Chiefs will appear in their third Super Bowl in four years. Rihanna is the Super Bowl 57 halftime performer. The superstar singer will be giving her first public performance since 2018 and has nine Grammy awards for her immense impact on the music industry. There will be plenty of ads airing with a 30 second one costing 7 million plus. Apple music is the new main sponsor replacing Pepsi which has sponsored the last 10 Super Bowls. Both teams have a close to even chance of winning with The Eagles and Chiefs both being the best teams in the NFL this year with every position and basically everything locked down prepping for the finale to end it all off. 

7 Fun Facts

  1. It’s the second-biggest eating day of the year for Americans
  2. Several NFL teams have never won the Super Bowl.
  3. First Super Bowl with 2 black quarterbacks facing each other
  4. Travis and Jason Kelce will become the first brothers to play against each other in Super Bowl history
  5. The NFL doesn’t pay bands/artists for performing at the halftime show
  6. The Steelers and Patriots are tied in 1st with six championships apiece 
  7. The Super Bowl has never been canceled which started back in 1967

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