Kansas City Chiefs Coaches & Players Speak to the Media | Press Conference About getting New Player this Season Game

If you’re a die-hard football fan, I don’t have to tell you that the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs are only a few hours away from battling it out in Super Bowl LVII for a chance to call themselves champions.

But what if you aren’t really that into the NFL? What if, say, the only things you know about chiefs and eagles are that they’re actually birds and tribal leaders? What if the extent of your annual engagement with the Super Bowl is going to a party and trying to think of things to contribute to the conversation in between commercials?In this case, we’ve got you covered. This is the sixth annual casual fan’s guide to everything you could possibly need to know about the Super Bowl.

First and foremost, it’s important to know everything about the participants in the NFL’s title game. Representing the NFC, we have the Philadelphia Eagles. They’re favored by 1.5 points as of this writing. That means betting experts at Caesars Sportsbook think this is going to be a close game, but that the Eagles are the slightly better team. Representing the AFC, meanwhile, are the Kansas City Chiefs. The two teams can be told apart by their respective color schemes. The Eagles wear green, white, and black uniforms, while the Chiefs are in red, gold, and white.

It’s called Super Bowl LVII because it’s the 57th Super Bowl, and 57 in Roman numerals is LVII. The NFL has been using Roman numerals for every Super Bowl (except Super Bowl 50) since Super Bowl V (five). According to the NFL’s media guide, “The Roman numerals were adopted to clarify any confusion that may occur because the NFL Championship Game — the Super Bowl — is played in the year following a chronologically recorded season. Numerals I through IV were added later for the first four Super Bowls.”


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