NFL is a very conservative entity. People who want to make changes to the NFL internally or externally are falling out of favor pretty soon with the owners of the teams who are actually the NFL. Oh, please, don’t tell me you did not know that since 1970, all the NFL team owners are equal partners getting the similar piece of cake no matter if you own NE Patriots or CLE Browns. That is why the showmanship and the entertainment level can be at it’s highest at all times. The refs, the coaches and each and every player – you guessed it right – are the NFL employees.
Why am I saying all this and what does it have to do with the NFC Championship game? I’ll tell you. No problem. So, here we go:
The Super Bowl LII is set to be played at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN, which happens to be the Vikings home stadium. So, this far, there never been a Super Bowl in one of the participants home field. No Super Bowl team has ever enjoyed the home advantage during the Super Bowl. That just does not happen in the NFL. And is not going to happen tonight. The Vikings aren’t going to qualify for the Super Bowl.