The time has come for millions to gather around the big screen, eat some buffalo chicken dip and watch two teams throw around the old pigskin. That’s right. It’s Super Bowl weekend and we’re starting to feel the thrill of what’s to come. From the game, eats, the halftime show and of course (our favorite part) the commercials.
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Whether you’re in it for the game, the commercials, or the halftime show, here’s everything you need to know about Super Bowl LVI.
Our analysts provide their Super Bowl LVI predictions.
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