We’ll know which two NFL teams will face off against one another during the 2018 Super Bowl in a matter of weeks, but for now it’s still a fight to the finish.

As of the time of this writing, there are eight teams vying for a spot in this year’s big game, the Tennessee Titans, the New England Patriots, the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Atlanta Falcons, the Philadelphia Eagles, the New Orleans Saints, and the Minnesota Vikings.

Our prediction is a face off between the Patriots and the Saints in Super Bowl LII, and if that ends up being accurate, please cut us in on a percentage of all your legal winning bets. If we’re wrong, however, then keep in mind that our predictions are all in good fun and that gambling is a risk you chose to take yourself.

And regardless of who plays, it’s a sure thing that plenty of attention will be focused on the pre-game proceedings what with the charged political climate surrounding NFL football of late. Will people kneel? Will there be protests? Will elected officials boycott? Should be remember that this is ultimately just a game and the players are private citizens free to express themselves however they see fit and that we can love it or hate it and still need to be tolerant, tolerance not necessarily equating to approval? We’ll see, folks…