But even if you are not going to be in the Super Dome on Sunday night, I recommend tuning in, as there are three historical events guaranteed to happen after the first snap.
But there are reasons that no one should miss seeing the game on Sunday night
But what makes this Super Bowl really special is the number of historic storylines.
1) This will be the last time sports fans will ever see future Hall of Fame linebacker Ravens Ray Lewis play in an NFL game. Lewis happens to be in my top three of the most inspiring athletes ever in sports.
2) 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is the first rookie in NFL history to start in a Super Bowl, which means he could be the first to win a championship too.
3) The one commonality both teams share is having a head coach with the last name Harbough. It is a first for the NFL John has been with the Ravens for six years; and his younger brother Jim is in his second season with the 49ers.
When all is said and done the Super Bowl never has a problem with viewership, as it is without a doubt the most watched event in American sports.
And this year’s game should be no different, as I predict it to be one for the books.
Please look for my Super Bowl XLVII prediction in a few more days, as I am still mulling this one over.
So who do you think my New York Giants will be passing their Super Bowl crowns too come Sunday Night?