When does the Super Bowl begin?

In an age of endless television, every sport has a certain magic and intrigue that makes the biggest games truly memorable.

That magic and tension is lost in the middle of the NFL’s crowded landscape of games that are essentially live broadcasts, meaning every single one of the games you’ll see on television in 2016 is at least going to be a little bit different.

Here are the biggest Super Bowl matchups and how they’ll be remembered for the next 30 years: The first Super Bowl: New England Patriots vs. New Orleans SaintsIn the NFL, we’ve already seen the New England and New Orleans teams make history.

But for the first time in modern history, the teams are going to meet in the Superdome.

The Patriots and Saints are in the first two games of the regular season, so they’re both set to take on the Saints for a first-round bye.

In the first game, Tom Brady threw for four touchdowns and threw four interceptions against the Titans.

The Pats are looking for a fifth Super Bowl win.

The Saints are looking to build on a 10-2 start to their season, and this will be their first game without their star wideout.

If New Orleans beats the Pats, they will be the first team to do so since the Patriots beat the Falcons in their first meeting in 2010.

The Super Bowl rematch will be played at MetLife Stadium on January 6, 2021.

The NFC East is on the rise.

The Eagles are 10-3, the Patriots are 10.5-point favorites, and the Saints are 4-2.

The Redskins and Packers are on the outside looking in, but this will likely be the NFC’s toughest division to defend.

The Vikings and Rams are both 9-3.

The Cowboys and Rams will meet in Week 3.

The Falcons and Eagles will meet the Rams and Cowboys in Week 5.

This will be one of those games that will go down in the annals of football history, with the Falcons beating the Rams in the rematch, but the Cowboys losing the NFC East title game.

The AFC East will be divided between the Patriots and Colts, who are 10 points behind the Bills and Steelers, respectively.

The Raiders will face the Bengals in Week 6.

The Chiefs and Chargers will meet on Sunday Night Football in Week 13.

The Bengals and Texans will meet at home in Week 14.

The Colts and Patriots will meet again in Week 15.

The Jets will play the Broncos in Week 16.

The Titans and Chiefs will meet three weeks later.

The Steelers and Chargers are both 2-1.

The Broncos and Chargers have met in the playoffs and are tied for first place.

The Rams and Raiders are tied with the Vikings for second place.

These two teams are the only teams to win three consecutive Super Bowls.

The biggest rivalry will be between the Steelers and Packers, but there are plenty of other rivalries on the schedule.

The 49ers and Patriots are 1-2 in the division and 2-2 overall.

The Ravens and Chiefs are 2-3 and 3-2 respectively.

You can bet that this rivalry will feature a lot of fireworks.

The Texans and Vikings will meet for the second time in three years.

This is going to have to be one heck of a battle.

The Giants and Bears are 2.5 games behind the Bengals and Browns.

The Seahawks and Vikings are 1.5 back of the Cowboys and Eagles.

The Cardinals and Cardinals will meet four weeks after the Browns and Saints.

The Panthers and Panthers will meet five weeks after they meet the Titans and Falcons.

The Bears and Vikings meet in October, with each team winning a game.

All five games are against teams with winning records.

This rivalry will play out at the end of each of the next four years.

The Lions and Vikings play in the NFC title game in January.

The Chargers and Cowboys are tied in the wild card race.

The Packers and Falcons will meet eight weeks after their playoff rematch.

The Jaguars and Raiders will meet one week after they face the Chargers.

The Browns and Cowboys will play in Week 1 of the AFC wild card season.

The Dolphins and Raiders play in their AFC wild-card game.

This could be the toughest division in football.

The Bills and Lions are 3.5 backs of the Chargers and Falcons in the AFC North.

The Buccaneers and Packers have the same record as the Jaguars and Cowboys.

The Niners and Panthers are 4.5 behind the Broncos and Steelers.

The teams are tied at 2-0.

The defending Super Bowl champion Steelers will play on the road against the Chiefs in Week 2.

The top two teams in each division will play each other in the regular-season finale.

The winner of that game will advance to the Superbowl.

The two teams that finish tied will play one more time in the postseason.

The bottom three teams in the conference will meet and play a doubleheader.

The fourth place team from each conference will play a road