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With only 16 games and constant physical play, every game in the National Football League season is crucial, and it will be no different in 2018 as its 32 teams vie for the 2018 Lombardi trophy, awarded to the Super Bowl winner.
The New England Patriots won the 2017 Super Bowl over the Atlanta Falcons with a thrilling comeback for the ages. Down 28-3 in the third quarter, quarterback Tom Brady led his team to the largest comeback in Super Bowl history, and the Patriots won in overtime. While Brady is 40, New England still looks to be the odds-on favorite this season, but there are a whole host of teams that can make a case.
Matt Ryan and his Falcons look to take the National Football Conference again this season, but they are in a division with former MVP Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, a team one year removed from the best record in the league. QB Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, one of the most notable teams in sports, also can make a run at the playoffs again and win their second championship with Rodgers.
It is not only all about the quarterbacks in the NFC as a few running backs also sprint into the headlines every week. Halfbacks David Johnson (Arizona Cardinals) and Ezekiel Elliott (Dallas Cowboys) are two of the most electric players in football and are redefining what a tailback can be.
For Brady to make it back to the Super Bowl, he’ll have to go through Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers, who have the game’s best wide receiver, Antonio Brown. The defense of the Houston Texans, led by JJ Watt, could also poise issues for any American Football Conference teams. Out west, QB David Carr has the Oakland Raiders exciting one of football’s best fan bases with a young, thrilling roster. The Miami Dolphins may make some noise as a dark horse this year after bringing Jay Cutler, former Chicago Bears quarterback, out of retirement after their QB went down for the season.
Each year, the National Football Conference (NFL) holds four different playoff tournaments (bowls) for their best of seven (games) conference format championships. Each of these four games is played on the weekend before the Super Bowl. During these weekends, many major college and professional football stars will head to the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana to play in the Super Bowl. After each game, the top two teams in the final standings from each conference will meet in a championship game. The winner of this championship game is crowned champion of the NFL.
On the weekend prior to the Super Bowl, many top football players from around the country attend "Super Bowl Weekend" where they get together and watch the Super Bowl with other sports stars. Many will even try out for the NFL. This usually takes place in a hotel. The hotel room might have a rented out hall and seating for people to watch the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl weekend includes many things such as parties, promos, games, parties, and lots of beer drinking. Many Super Bowl weekend activities will last until early the next morning, when many will head back to their homes. Many of the stars will stay on Super Bowl weekend, so they can keep in shape while they are working on trying to make the NFL.
Most of the Super Bowl weekend activities include the day-time events such as the concerts, promos, and games, which can take place all day and night. Super Bowl weekend activities usually go on late into the evening. Many of the games that take place will go on into the early morning hours. Many of the players will have breakfast and then be up all night getting ready for the day of the big game.
Every game, drive and play matters in the NFL, so don’t miss a down by buying the tickets for your game today!