The state of the world isn’t even close to normal, no matter how much we wish it were. But against all odds, a Super Bowl will be played on schedule this year.
It may not have been a great idea due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but the NFL managed to play a full season without cancelling any games. The defending champion Kansas City Chiefs will take on the newly relevant Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 7. There will be commercials, a halftime show courtesy of The Weeknd, and even a limited number of fans at the game. Life might actually feel sort of normal for a few hours. Read more…
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