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The AFC and NFC conferences originally started out as two leagues prior to the NFL Superbowl. This 100th season marks the merger. Between the two original football leagues in the United States, we have some form of the NFL for 100 seasons. During the merger, the AFL was absorbed into the NFL and each former league became its own conference.

The NFL will celebrate its 100th season by ending the year out with Super Bowl 54. This game will be held on 02/02/2020 at Hard Rock Stadium outside of Miami, Florida.

For the reason that the Super Bowl will return to an outdoor climate versus being played in a dome. South Florida is the perfect spot for the NFL SuperBowl because the stadium just underwent a major renovation. The town has multiple major airports in the area, fine dining and adequate lodging options.

These factors make Miami one of the top destinations for the Super Bowl.

Firstly, the only question still lingers. Which two teams will play each other in the big game?


NFL Superbowl 100th Season

Secondly, many sports bettors believe that the Ravens have a shot at winning the AFC championship. Other believe that the Patriots will win out. Could there be an upset in the making in the AFC championship?

Therefore, what about the ultra-competitive NFC conference? Many sports betting experts suggest that the Seahawks, Cowboys and Packers have a decent chance of making it to the NFL SuperBowl. Could a dark horse team sneak into the NFL playoffs and make a run?

The unpredictability of the NFL is one of the things that makes the league so much fun to watch. Betting on the NFL is now easier than ever, for instance.

In conclusion, with online sportsbook apps at your fingertips, you can bet on the NFL from anywhere in the world. The Super Bowl has been traditionally known as one of the best sports betting opportunities of the year. Go ahead and lock in your Super Bowl futures wager today. Enjoy this 100th season of the best sport on TV!

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