While Eagles fans might not have a horse in this race, many will still tune in to watch the fun. From the famed commercials, bound to be the talk at the water cooler the next morning, to the 'HarBowl' angle, there is much to see in the game, even if you don't hone in on every down.
Brothers John and Jim Harbarugh are the head coaches of the two teams, and it will be the first time a Super Bowl has had family face-off against one another.
If you are seeking to stay local, try supporting Chap's Taproom and Sports Grill. The location in Jeffersonville along Ridge Pike is welll equipped with televisons around every corner.
The pub will start its Super Bowl party at 5 p.m. Groups of six or more can make a reservation to hold a table. Those that are there for the first quarter of the game will be issued tickets to a free buffet.
The buffet will include meatball and pulled pork sandwiches. Tickets will ONLY be handed out during the first quarter, and guests must be present to receive a ticket.
Other specials during the party will include $2.50 Miller Lite pints or $9 pitchers, $5 hot roast beef sandwiches, and buckets of Old Bay fries for $3.50.
If you'd prefer a quieter home party, Chap's can still help you out. The location has wing trays to go. Orders should be placed via telephone at 610-539-8722. Orders need to be in by 5 p.m. on Friday.
Chap's is located at 2509 W. Main St., Jeffersonville.