The Super Bowl is just around the corner and people are already making predictions about which teams will be in the finals. But these aren’t your average predictions.
Some of these predictions are so crazy they might not even happen in our lifetime. But that won’t stop us from imagining a future where we have flying cars and monster robots roaming the Earth. So check out this list of 10 crazy predictions about what could happen at the 2022 Super Bowl.
10 Crazy Predictions for the 2022 Super Bowl
- The Patriots will be in the finals for the first time since 1998.
- The New Orleans Saints will win their first ever Super Bowl as a result of a three-way tiebreaker with the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs.
- In 2020, robot referees will be introduced to make games more fair and consistent with each other.
- Tom Brady will play in his 18th season, finally winning a playoff game but not going on to play in another Super Bowl.
- One team will score a perfect 100 points in a single game, breaking the current record of 73 points set by the New England Patriots against the Seattle Seahawks in 1984.
- The 2022 Big Game will be played at MetLife Stadium, which is being used for this year’s Super Bowl as well, instead of Levi’s Stadium or UBOAT’s new stadium due to unforeseen construction delays with those venues or an unexpected natural disaster such as an earthquake or hurricane that devastates Levi’s Stadium or UBOAT’s new stadium during construction
The game will be in outer space
It seems like the only way to make the Super Bowl even more exciting is to put it in outer space. The 2022 Super Bowl will be held in a stadium orbiting Earth and people will take off from Los Angeles and land back in New York for the game.
If you’re wondering how we’ll be able to watch this game, we’ll have to tune into NASA TV and keep our fingers crossed that they broadcast live footage of the event.
The halftime show will feature an appearance by the queen of England
The Super Bowl is an American tradition that has been going on for over 50 years. People from around the world tune in every year to see their favorite performing artists bring the house down with a halftime show performance.
In 2022, Queen Elizabeth II will be turning 97-years old and most likely won’t be able to attend the Super Bowl in person. But if she was alive and well, we can only imagine how epic it would be to have her at the halftime show!
Let’s hope we get a glimpse of her in hologram form or something equally as cool!
Super Bowl tickets 2022 will be free, but you have to watch the game on your phone/computer
After Super Bowl L in 2020, the NFL will incorporate augmented reality into the game in 2022. So you’ll be able to watch players throw a touchdown pass or make a tackle.