Given how excruciating the 2017 National Football League season played out for the Cowboys, it's only natural that it will culminate in a Super Bowl featuring a doomsday scenario, pitting the New England Patriots against the Philadelphia Eagles.
It will take place on Sunday February 4, 2018 with kick off at 11.30pm United Kingdom time.
The over-under for the 2018 Super Bowl is 48.5 points.
Justin Timberlake, who will perform the halftime show in Minneapolis (about 7:45 p.m. Sunday), has released a sneak peak to his show. That was in the allegedly "wardrobe malfunction that left Jackson's breast exposed to the world for a brief second".
Despite having an identical record and each having the top seed in their respective playoff fields, the Eagles are still a decided underdog against the defending Super Bowl champions, and that is fair to suggest going in. It appears history will repeat itself after Super Bowl LII. Brace yourselves, Philadelphia, because these Eagles have the tools needed to do what few are expecting to see in Super Bowl LII in Minnesota.More news: Kaepernick, protesters not to blame for ratings slide — NFLPA
On game day, you'll be able to watch the Super Bowl live and for free in a number of ways as it will be broadcast on BBC One with coverage starting at 11:15pm.
If you prefer, you can watch coverage on Sky with special guest Josh Norman.
The game is available on Sky Sports Action, Sky Sports Main Event and also Sky Sports Mix - which is an entertainment channel and available without a sports subscription. If you're in that camp, then why not enjoy some Golden Goat during the Super Bowl to honor his legacy?
During his guest appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan revealed he's also "gonna go with the Eagles" this year. Philadelphia must get pressure to quarterback Tom Brady to have a chance against him, and the three-times Pro Bowl Cox will lead the defensivepush up front. However, the Super Bowl is still primarily watched on TV, as 111 million viewers tuned in previous year. "You basically put your body through a vehicle crash every time you play - your body takes a lot of beating".
The evolution of the way the game is played and officiated should not tarnish Brady's legacy.