The 2020 Super Bowl LIV matchups is just a matter of hours from being set — which means it’s almost time to solidify your plans for Miami and a Super Bowl weekend trip of a lifetime! Here’s a few things to remember when packing and planning for Super Bowl weekend at Super Bowl 54.
The 2020 Super Bowl in Miami is almost here, with the Road to Super Bowl LIV making it’s way through San Francisco and Kansas City for the AFC and NFC Championship games this weekend!
Making their fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years, the New England Patriots were winners in 2017, a remarkable comeback victory against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.
The Road to Super Bowl 54 in Miami is officially down to eight teams, after what truly was a “wild” card weekend. A quick look at the divisional weekend matchups as we prepare to narrow the field down to the final four.
After this weekend’s 2019 NFL Divisional games, we’ll officially have our final four on the Road to Super Bowl 54 in Miami! Two teams on the outside-looking-in, the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos, headline our latest in the countdown, with a Super Bowl 50 matchup in California.
Super Bowl 54 weekend is fast approaching, and that means it’s time to start setting your plans for your trip to Miami! Here’s a quick look at some of the things you can do during your free time in the days leading up to Super Bowl 54 at Hard Rock Stadium.
The 2019 NFL Playoffs are here, and in just a matter of weeks, the matchup for Super Bowl 54 in Miami will be set. One of the 2019 hopefuls, the New England Patriots, are featured in our next step on the Road to Super Bowl LIV, in Super Bowl XLIX.
The 2019 NFL regular season is officially coming to an end, which means it’s almost time for the Road to Super Bowl 54 in Miami to officially begin. With all 32 teams in action for the final time in Week 17, there are still plenty of seeding question marks left to be answered. A quick look at the 2019 playoff picture heading into the final week of the regular season.
With the NFL’s regular season coming to an end this weekend, the playoffs are almost officially set, and we’re one step closer to Super Bowl 54 in Miami. Heading back to 2014, the now Peyton Manning-led Denver Broncos would square off against Russell Wilson’s Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII.