YouGov poll finds Americans consider the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament as the third-most exciting events on the calendar.
Parking bans, street closures and packed public transportation were all plaguing the city Tuesday morning.
The president had some surprising answers.
"The average NFL salary is $2.1 million, so most players would never experience a 70 percent rate," New York Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted at Texas Rep Dan Crenshaw.
"You thought her story was over, now the biggest NCIS secret of all will be revealed."
CBS has the broadcasting rights to the game and has a variety of ways for viewers to tune in.
Dishes for Super Bowl watchers on the keto diet are quick and easy to make.
The video game has correctly predicted the winner of 10 out of the last 15 Super Bowl games.
The 'Fox & Friend's co-hosts on Monday took on the divinely important question of whether God takes sides or personally decides the outcome of NFL games.
"It's hard to compete with the amount of attention something gets when it airs during the Super Bowl," the company's president, George Allen, said.
The city of Atlanta will work with many state and federal agencies in a 10-day span around the Feb. 3 Super Bowl.
Comedian and actress Amy Schumer questioned why more white NFL players don't kneel during the National Anthem in solidarity with their black teammates.
"If President Trump thinks he can end these injustices if we deliver him a few names, he hasn't been listening to us," they wrote.
"Our President is not a true patriot, but a fragile egomaniac obsessed with crowd size," Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said.
The president rescinded the invitation to the White House in an unprecedented move.
The charge of injury of the elderly could carry up to ten years in prison and a $10,000 fine,
A tale of a diehard Philadelphia Eagles fan mellowing with age, then seeing something impossible happen: the team winning the Super Bowl.
Twitter users were quick to point out the lack of diversity in the religious affiliations of Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks.
Critics said quoting a Martin Luther King Jr. sermon to sell trucks was "crass and inappropriate."