Super Bowl Sunday is finally here! It's the last football game for a long time, but it's also the best. The game starts at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS. And you can even watch it online. There's a lot of snark spilled over telling people on the internet what time the Super Bowl starts, but considering how hazy a good day buzz can make you, I'm glad someone provides this essential service.
The pregame festivities start much sooner, if you're into that whole thing. Lady Gaga will sing the national anthem around 6:15 p.m. ET. The halftime show features Beyoncé, who will perform her new song "Formation," as well as Coldplay, for some reason.
PROP BETS: There is literally a bet for everything at the Super Bowl, so break out your wallet.
AWARDS: Cam Newton takes home the MVP award and more. Here's a rundown of all the award winners for this season, from Rookie of the Year to MVP and more.
CAM THINGS: Let's remember all the people who said Cam Newton was too stupid and dishonest to succeed in the NFL. In 2011, people wrote a lot of dumb stuff about Newton. Let's revisit that dumb stuff!
COMEBACK KID: Eric Berry's speech after winning Comeback Player of the Year award. What a player, what a person.
HALL OF FAVRE: Pro Football Hall of Fame 2016 class: Brett Favre, Marvin Harrison lead class. Favre leads one of the most star-studded Hall of Fame classes in recent memory. Favre's Hall of Fame case didn't even last 10 seconds.
FULL CIRCLE: Favre's career comes full circle. One of the most remarkable careers in NFL history finally culminates with a Hall of Fame induction.
MARVIN'S NOT HERE: Tim Brown's reaction to Marvin Harrison absence at HOF announcement is priceless. Harrison has other things to think about. Hands down the best moment of the night.
SNUBBED: Terrell Owens deserves to be in the Hall of Fame whether you like it or not. T.O. got snubbed.
HEALTH ISSUES: Joe Montana talks about all his health problems following a long NFL career. Is it really worth it?
GARBAGE FIELD: Levi's Stadium is garbage. Welcome to Levi's Stadium, Super Bowl attendees. It, uh, well ... it wasn't supposed to be like this.
CHICKEN WINGS: Why Chicken Wings Are the Super Bowl’s Real MVP. Americans will eat 1.3 billion chicken wings on Super Bowl Sunday. Here's a smoky, saucy, spicy chicken wing recipe.