We'll wrap up Tuesday's recap with a look at some news from the NFL's owners meetings in Atlanta.
The league may have tabled expanding the playoffs for now (it's coming, all but certainly next season), but the owners did decide on the host city for Super Bowl LII.
(That's No. 52, the game in 2018).
The winner was something of a surprise. Despite 2018 marking the 300th anniversary of the founding of New Orleans, the Big Easy lost the right to host a Super Bowl.
As Brian Hall of Fox Sports North reports, Minneapolis (and the shiny new retractable-roof stadium opening there in 2016) also beat out Indianapolis to host the game.
Richard Davis, co-chair of the city's bid committee, released a statement:
We are thrilled to bring the Super Bowl back to Minnesota. We succeeded in making the best case to the NFL owners by pointing out the many strengths our region offers a tremendous entertainment and hospitality industry, strong connectivity with both our light rail and skyway systems, and perhaps most important, a new, iconic stadium that will be among the best in the country.
The Twin Cities have hosted the game once before, back in 1992.