In just under an hour the Cincinatti Bengals will kickoff against the Denver Broncos in the Monday Night Football game to close out Week 16 of the NFL regular season. Current online sportsbooks have the Broncos sitting as -4.5 home favorites against A.J. McCarron and the Bengals We expect a very low scoring game here so bet on the Under. Both teams are destined for the NFL playoffs and will have their crack at Super Bowl 50.
Super Bowl 50 is a marquis event for the NFL. Noted as the biggest sporting event in the world, the Super Bowl is watched in almost every single country on the globe.
The event is consistently rated as the top television event of the year. Attending the event will cost you a pretty penny as well, given the fact that the Super Bowl is perpetually one of the hottest tickets of the year.
Super Bowl 50 marks a one year break in tradition. Typically, the NFL’s Super Bowl is denoted by a Roman numeral. In order to avoid an awkward “Super Bowl L” heading, the NFL decided to simplify the naming convention for this year only. The NFL will return back to Roman numerals next year with Super Bowl LI
Super Bowl 50 will be held at Levi’s Stadium in the San Francisco Bay Area. The home stadium of the San Francisco 49ers is one of the newest stadiums to be built in the family of NFL facilities. Earlier this year, the venue hosted professional wrestling’s equivalent of the Super Bowl, WWE’s WrestleMania.
The Super Bowl will be broadcast worldwide by CBS on February 7th 2016. Wikipedia says that the cost of a Super Bowl commercial will cost $5M for a 30 second spot.