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Atlanta Mercedez Benz Stadium 2019 – List of luxury hotels rooms and suites for Super Bowl 2019

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  • The Westin Peachtree Plaza
  • The Whitley, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Atlanta Buckhead
  • Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead
  • The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta
  • W Atlanta – Buckhead
  • Atlanta Marriott Marquis
  • W Atlanta Midtown
  • The Westin Buckhead Atlanta
  • W Atlanta Downtown
  • JW Marriott Atlanta Buckhead
  • Omni Hotel at the Battery Atlanta
  • The Westin Peachtree Plaza
  • Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta
  • Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
  • The St. Regis Atlanta
  • Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel
  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites Atlanta Downtown
  • Artmore Hotel
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta Perimeter Dunwoody
  • Regency Suites
  • Atlanta Marriott Buckhead Hotel & Conference Center
  • Hyatt Regency Atlanta Perimeter at Villa Christina
  • Hilton Atlanta
  • Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown
  • Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Midtown
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites Atlanta Vinings
  • Barclay Hotel Atlanta Downtown
  • Comfort Suites Atlanta Airport
  • Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Atlanta/Perimeter Center
  • Ramada Plaza Atlanta Downtown Capitol Park
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta – Downtown
  • Hyatt Regency Atlanta
  • La Quinta Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport North
  • Inn at the Peachtrees
  • Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta NW/Wildwood
  • La Quinta Inn & Suites Atlanta Midtown – Buckhead
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Atlanta – Buckhead
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites Atlanta Downtown
  • HYATT house Atlanta/Downtown
  • Wyndham Atlanta Galleria
  • AC Hotel Atlanta Buckhead at Phipps Plaza
  • Residence Inn Atlanta Downtown
  • Residence Inn Atlanta Midtown/Peachtree at 17th
  • The Westin Atlanta Airport
  • Quality Inn Northeast
  • Quality Suites Buckhead Village
  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites – Atlanta Buckhead
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta – Northlake
  • Extended Stay America – Atlanta – Marietta – Interstate N. Pkwy
  • Aloft Atlanta Downtown
  • Hotel Indigo Atlanta Downtown
  • Atlanta Marriott Suites Midtown
  • Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown
  • Extended Stay America – Atlanta – Vinings
  • Comfort Inn Sandy Springs
  • Extended Stay America – Atlanta – Perimeter – Peachtree Dunwoody
  • Emory Conference Center Hotel
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Atlanta Buckhead
  • Crowne Plaza Atlanta – Midtown
  • Hyatt Atlanta Midtown
  • Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel
  • Hampton Inn Atlanta-Perimeter Center
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta – Galleria
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta – Marietta
  • Courtyard Atlanta Midtown/Georgia Tech
  • Drury Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport
  • Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport North
  • Hampton Inn Atlanta-Georgia Tech-Downtown
  • La Quinta Inn & Suites Atlanta Ballpark at Cobb Galleria
  • DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Atlanta – Galleria
  • Glenn Hotel, Autograph Collection
  • The Ellis Hotel
  • Holiday Inn Atlanta – Northlake
  • Sheraton Suites Galleria Atlanta
  • Crowne Plaza Atlanta Airport
  • Doubletree Hotel Atlanta/North Druid Hills
  • The Georgian Terrace Hotel
  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Atlanta – Airport
  • Hampton Inn Atlanta – Buckhead
  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites Atlanta Airport West – Camp Creek
  • The American Hotel Atlanta Downtown a DoubleTree by Hilton
  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Atlanta – Galleria
  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Atlanta – Buckhead
  • Courtyard Atlanta Downtown
  • Motel 6 Atlanta Downtown
  • Atlanta Marriott Northwest at Galleria
  • Days Inn Atlanta Marietta Galleria
  • Twelve Centennial Park
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Atlanta Airport North
  • The Ponce Hotel
  • Quality Inn Northlake
  • HYATT house Atlanta/Cobb Galleria
  • AC Hotel Atlanta Downtown
  • Oferta especial
  • Budgetel Savannah
  • Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Atlanta Airport North, GA
  • Staybridge Suites Atlanta Buckhead
  • Extended Stay America – Atlanta – Clairmont
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta Airport
  • Extended Stay America – Atlanta – Perimeter – Hammond Drive
  • Americas Best Value Inn – Downtown / Midtown
  • TownePlace Suites Atlanta Northlake
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Atlanta – Cumberland / Galleria
  • Comfort Inn Atlanta Downtown South
  • Super Inn
  • WoodSpring Suites Atlanta Chamblee
  • Motel 6 Atlanta, GA – Stadium SE
  • Residence Inn Atlanta Midtown/Georgia Tech
  • SpringHill Suites Atlanta Buckhead
  • Courtyard Atlanta Executive Park/Emory
  • Sonesta ES Suites Atlanta – Perimeter Center North
  • Quality Inn & Suites
  • Motel 6 Atlanta
  • Courtyard Atlanta Buckhead
  • Red Roof Inn Atlanta -Six Flags
  • Home2 Suites by Hilton Atlanta Downtown
  • Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
  • Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway
  • Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Atlanta Northwest at SunTrust Park, GA
  • Extended Stay America – Atlanta – Perimeter – Crestline
  • Courtyard Atlanta Marietta/Windy Hill
  • Atlanta Marriott Century Center/Emory Area
  • Wingate by Wyndham Atlanta Galleria Center
  • Extended Stay America – Atlanta – Marietta – Wildwood
  • Sheraton Atlanta Hotel
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Atlanta Midtown
  • Staybridge Suites Atlanta – Midtown
  • Hilton Atlanta Airport
  • TownePlace Suites Atlanta Buckhead
  • The Highland Inn
  • Ramada Plaza Atlanta Airport
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta – Buckhead
  • Courtyard Atlanta Cumberland/Galleria
  • Hyatt Place Atlanta/Buckhead
  • Hotel Indigo Atlanta – Vinings
  • Hampton Inn Atlanta – Northlake
  • Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel & Convention Center
  • Wingate by Wyndham Atlanta/Buckhead
  • Holiday Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport – North
  • Hyatt Place Atlanta/Downtown
  • Hampton Inn Atlanta – Cumberland Mall / NW
  • Super 8 Atlanta Northeast GA
  • Super 8 Atlanta/Jonesboro Road
  • Residence Inn Atlanta Buckhead
  • Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Atlanta Downtown South at Turner Field, GA
  • Econo Lodge
  • Twelve Atlantic Station
  • Fulton Inn Motor Hotel
  • Travel Inn Atlanta
  • Clarion Inn & Suites
  • Hotel Clermont
  • Biltmore Suites
  • Budget Inn
  • Holiday Inn Atlanta Midtown
  • Hampton Inn Atlanta Midtown
  • Cheshire Motor Inn
  • InTown Suites Atlanta North
  • Ponce de Leon Hotel
  • Ramada Limited Atlanta
  • A2C Budget Hotel
  • Motel 6 Atlanta – Chamblee Tucker
  • Intown Suites Piedmont
  • Airway Motel
  • Atlanta Motel
  • Global Inn
  • Lenox Inn Buckhead
  • Lenox Villas
  • National at Westchester
  • SpringHill Suites Atlanta Downtown
  • Loews Atlanta Hotel
  • Loews Hotels
  • Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
  • Knights Inn Atlanta Near Six Flags
  • InTown Suites Atlanta Central

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Top 5 Hotel Suites Downtown Atlanta for Super Bowl 2019

The mega event of the year Super Bowl 2019 will kick off on February 3rd, 2019 at the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Fans that have bought the game tickets for Super Bowl 53 and those coming from out of the city will be looking for hotel suites & rooms in Downtown Atlanta near all the action, trendy restaurants and the stadium.

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Here is a brief overview of 5 hotels:

  1. The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta

The Ritz-Carlton hotel offers a presidential suite with panoramic city view, large living room and office and a formal dining table with six seats. There is also an option to upgrade to Club Level Access. Along with the presidential suite there is an executive suite with a panoramic city view, a bedroom and living room separated by French doors, a dining table with four seats and a master bath with walk-in shower. Option to upgrade to Club Level Access is also included. Hotel rooms & suites of different rates are also available.

  1. Home2 Suites by Hilton Atlanta Downtown

This business-friendly hotel also offers a 24-hour fitness center, a rooftop terrace, and tour/ticket assistance. It has separate smoking rooms and complimentary Wi-Fi facility. It has 4 types of suites with 1-2 Queen sized beds, can accommodate 4-5 guests with full kitchen, free Wi-Fi and breakfast included.

  1. The St. Regis Atlanta

This luxury hotel is located in Downtown Atlanta. Its features include elegant, spacious rooms with flat-screens, iPod docks, free Wi-Fi, marble bathrooms, minibars and floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel also has a pool with a poolside café and a waterfall. T spa, billiards room, fitness center Select the hotel rooms and suites of your choice.

  1. Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center

This luxury Four Diamond hotel is in the heart of Downtown Atlanta. A perfect place to stay for Super Bowl 2019.  It has 1,059 luxury non-smoking guest rooms and suites with a beautiful city view. Some of the suites have minifridges and sitting areas, while others feature separate living/dining areas and kitchenettes. A Coca Cola-themed suite is also available.

  1. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Atlanta Downtown

This hotel provides comfortable air-conditioned rooms and complimentary Wi-Fi, flat screens, coffee makers, minifridges and microwaves. The hotel suites have separate living areas and pull-out sofas. Breakfast buffets will also be provided with no additional cost. Hotel rooms are also available.

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Super Bowl 53 – week-long Events, Parties & Happening

Super Bowl 53 – week-long Events, Parties & Happening

One of the world’s largest sports events, the Super Bowl 53, is set to take place on February 3rd, 2019. Game tickets are being purchased all over the world, game suites are being booked, plans are being made. But what is the world’s largest game event without many other smaller events preceding the big day?

Here are just some of them you wouldn’t want to miss.

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Festivals & Events

  1. Live Super Bowl Festival

An unforgettable 10 day Super Bowl fan festival is expected to precede the actual final game, and will include plenty of food, concerts, music, and a wide range of other activities within walking distance of the stadium.

  1. Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest – 31st January to 2nd February

A 3 night concert event you wouldn’t want to miss will have several of our favorite musicians taking the stage at the State Farm Area. The schedule is as follows;

  • 31st January – Featuring Ludacris, Migos and more
  • 1st February – Featuring Aerosmith and a special guest
  • 2nd February – Featuring Bruno Mars and Cardi-B
  1. NFL Super Bowl Experience

Anticipation circles around this ultimate experience taking place at the Georgia World Congress Center over the course of eight days. This ticketed event will include free autograph signing sessions, Live Broadcasts from the NFL Network, Merchandise, the Super Bowl Memorabilia Show, game training at Youth Football Clinics, and much more.

Parties

  1. Rolling Stone Super Bowl Party – 1st to 2nd February

Do you even want to miss a party thrown by Rolling Stone? Get your tickets early to save a place next to many of the biggest celebrities and stars of our times. Keep a look out, no one misses this event.

  1. Maxim NFL Super Bowl Party – 2nd to 3rd February

One of the most anticipated entertaining event year after year combines sports, music, fashion and art to bring you the party of a lifetime. With a new theme every year, this one will blow you away.

  1. The Players Tailgate – 3rd February

The event that has been rated the #1 best Super Bowl pre-game experience over the last few years is being hosted by Guy Fieri, and will bring over 30 other NFL players, celebrities and guests to enjoy the premium open bar and all-you-can-eat gourmet meals.

No tickets required, you’re welcome.

  1. Playboy Party Super Bowl Weekend 53 In Atlanta – 3rd February

The exclusive, open-bar, red-carpet event hosted on one special night in downtown Minneapolis will be something to remember. This VIP party will let you mingle with athletes, celebrities and exclusive personalities.

The anticipation is heavy over Atlanta while major celebrations are expected to take place. You really wouldn’t want to miss out on these events. Take your pick, and meet us where we can unite and enjoy the show in all our festive spirit and love for the Super Bowl!

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Super Bowl 2019 Top 5 Hotels Downtown Atlanta

The wait is over ! Plan your trip for the nation’s most awaited annual sports event being hosted in Atlanta … SUPER BOWL 53

The 53rd Super Bowl, the 49th modern-era National Football League championship game, will decide the league champion for the 2018 NFL season and it will take place in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 3rd. Book your hotel room and suite today to avail the best of this once in a lifetime opportunity to catch the show live.

Here are 5 Downtown Atlanta Hotels with amazing rooms and suites you must keep at the top of your list of options;

1 – Omni Hotel at CNN Center
Only 0.4 miles away from the stadium, Atlanta’s four-diamond convention luxury hotel is only a few steps away from the city’s best-known attractions, acclaimed venues, local restaurants, and nightlife, across from Centennial Park and at the heart of the Luckie Marietta District. It has over 1,000 luxurious hotel suites, on-site restaurant, bar, spa, fitness center, and much more!

2 – Westin Peachtree Downtown
Located at the heart of Atlanta and offering one of the best views, this 73-floor plaza offers endless eating choices, an unlimited variety of guestrooms, suites, and luxurious hotel rooms, and one of the city’s most heavenly eating places – the Sun Dial Restaurant.

3 – The American Hotel Atlanta Downtown – a DoubleTree by Hilton
Stylish, contemporary and chic, the elegant atmosphere of this classic Atlanta hotel resembles no other. Each of the luxurious hotel rooms come with complete five-star service, and it consists of the grand on-site Aura Restaurant, a modern Liquid Lounge, fitness center, and pool.

4 – Atlanta Marriott Marquis
The atmosphere of distinctiveness. Complete with a spa, 24-hour fitness center, pool, and many restaurant options, this urban, state-of-the-art modern hotel is minutes away from Atlanta’s best attractions including the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center, GWCC, Georgia Dome and College Football Hall of Fame. Over 1500 suites and 94 guestrooms on-site, you’ll see what we mean when you get there.

5 – Hotel Indigo Downtown Atlanta
Only six blocks from all the action, the remarkable steel and glass architecture and the urban, sleek vibe offers the best location to unwind and settle down before the big show, whether in the luxurious circular bar or at dinner in JP Atlanta, is up to you. Steps away from many local attractions, you can’t go wrong.

Apart from these, there are several other options up for grabs in the city for Super Bowl 2019, along with plenty of other activities, places to eat, destinations to visit, sights to see, and endless other fun opportunities! Hurry up, and book hotel rooms today to secure your place in the heart of all the action. Don’t miss out; we look forward to seeing you there.

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Book 5 Stars Hotel Rooms, 4 Stars Hotel Rooms, Luxury Suites and Penthouse for Super Bowl LIII 2019

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This year Super Bowl LIII will be played in the brand new, state-of-the-art Mercedes-Benz Stadium, located in the core of downtown Atlanta. This location will provide easy, walkable access to all events, restaurants and hotels surrounding Super Bowl LIII and the Stadium itself.

Click here to see our listing of Five Stars and Four Stars Hotel Rooms, Luxury Rooms, Executive Suites, Presidential Suite and Penthouse. Offering a great selection of World renowned Hotel Chains, Boutique & Chic hotels in the heart of Downtown Atlanta and near Downtown, with the highest industry standard.

Even if we won’t know who will be competing for the Super Bowl LIII until the end of January, we know all in attendance is certain to have a memorable experience in the “A-Town”.
This is a worldwide stage that will be created one again in Atlanta for the Super Bowl 2019 and the world will be watching.

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Justin Timberlake might headline the 2018 Super Bowl halftime show

Justin Timberlake might headline the 2018 Super Bowl halftime show

Here’s everything we know so far

Justin Timberlake could be headed to Super Bowl LII despite his complicated history with the NFL. According to Variety, the singer is the frontrunner to headline the halftime show on Feb. 4, 2018.

However, the NFL declined to discuss the 36-year-old hitmaker in a statement to EW on Thursday. “No decisions have been made on the performer(s) and we are not going to speculate on particular artists,” said Brian McCarthy, the league’s vice president of communications. “Along with [sponsor] Pepsi, we know that we will put on a spectacular show. When it is time to announce her name we will do it. Or his name. Or their names.”

As for when that time might come, Variety points out that Lady Gaga’s headling gig was announced in late September last year. If selected to perform on the NBC broadcast, Timberlake would come full circle 13 years after his controversial appearance in the 2004 halftime show, when he removed a piece of headliner Janet Jackson’s ensemble during the “Rock Your Body” lyrics “gonna have you naked by the end of this song,” revealing Jackson’s right pierced nipple as about 90 million viewers watched live on television across the globe. As a result of the so-called wardrobe malfunction, a.k.a. “Nipplegate,” CBS was fined $550,000 by the Federal Communications Commission and a five-second delay was instituted for Super Bowl halftime shows.

Timberlake would have a tough act to outshine: Lady Gaga’s critically acclaimed performance at Super Bowl LI became the most-watched halftime show in Super Bowl history. Previous performers in recent years have included Bruno Mars, Beyoncé, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Madonna.

This would be Timberlake’s third time performing in the halftime show — he first hit the stage with his former boy band *NSYNC, then-girlfriend Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, and Nelly in headliner Aerosmith’s 2001 show. It remains to be seen if Timberlake takes a page from Beyoncé — who performed with Destiny’s Child at her 2013 halftime show — and invites the rest of *NSYNC to share his halftime spotlight. The group previously reunited at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, where Timberlake performed a medley covering his post-Disney career.

According to the Washington Post, JAY-Z passed on Pepsi’s offer to headline the 2018 show at the 52nd Super Bowl. The news comes as NFL players across the nation kneel or lock arms during the national anthem before games to protest police brutality and racial injustice and President Donald Trump’s sharp criticism of the protests.

It’s been four years since Timberlake released his last album, 2013’s platinum-selling The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2, and over one year since he reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with his infectious hit “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” for the Trolls soundtrack, which he executive-produced. The Grammy winner has plenty of other hits to perform at the Super Bowl, including chart-toppers “SexyBack,” “My Love,” and “What Goes Around… Comes Around.”

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POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 28, 2017 AT 1:54PM EDT

Book 5 Stars Hotel Rooms, 4 Stars Hotel Rooms, Luxury Suites and Penthouse for Super Bowl LII 2018

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Whether you are looking at being located close to iconic and bold new U.S Bank Stadium, home of the Super Bowl 2018 in Minneapolis or within the downtown Area where the week-end long activities are held, our listing of Five Stars and Four Stars Hotel Rooms, Luxury Rooms and Suite and Penthouse, offers a great selection of chic, trendy and elegant hotels with prime location and great comfort that will surpass all your expectations.

Anyone attending the world’s biggest game should treat themselves with VIP access and the best comfort available in town.

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Home to the 2018 SUPER BOWL 52 on Sunday, February 4, 2018, the U.S Bank Stadium will be the host of its first Super Bowl after the city previously hosted the BIG GAME in 1992. Even if we won’t know who will be competing for the Super Bowl LII until the end of January, we know all in attendance is certain to have a memorable experience in this “Bold North” City.

The U.S Bank Stadium, home of the Vikings, was built over the course of 2014 and 2015 on the same site of the Metrodome. The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome was torn down after the 2013 season to make room for the new construction.

This is a worldwide stage that will be created in Minneapolis for the Super Bowl LII and the world will be watching. It’s a great opportunity to showcase to the world all that life in the Bold North as to offer and its incredible hospitality.

The biggest single game in American sports will be played at the U.S Bank Stadium on February 4th, 2018 bringing a multitude of visitors and fans, unparalleled global media coverage and great economic impact to the city of Minneapolis on the big game week-end.

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2018 Super Bowl odds for NFL Week 2: Packers leap Seahawks as NFC favorites

Every year, Week 1 makes people look at some teams and question everything we know about them. With the New England Patriots getting beat up by the Chiefs and the Packers beating taking down the Seahawks, the preseason NFC favorite, in Week 1, there have been slight shakeups in Vegas’s Super Bowl odds heading into Week 2. However, naturally, there was nothing so drastic in Week 1 that any teams had their odds completely shot.
The Patriots took a hit, but 13/4 odds were insane to begin with anyway. They’re still the favorites to win it all, but bets have been tempered, albeit not by much. The Patriots play against the New Orleans Saints next week, so that will show if they were rusty against the Chiefs or still the same offensive juggernaut as ever. After the Packers won at home, they leap-frogged the Seahawks to the best odds in the NFC.

A lackluster performance from the Texans hurt their odds, and the Jets’ performance against fellow long-shot Buffalo only hurt their numbers even more. Here are the complete odds for every team in the league.
All odds come from Vegas Insider and are as of Sep. 12.

New England Patriots (9/2) Previous: (13/4): These numbers were going to take a dive if the Patriots beat the Chiefs by any less than 30 points, let alone lost. They’re now going up against a truly terrible Saints defense this week. If they can dominate, we may see a minute increase heading into Week 3. If they even struggle to move the ball for a drive these numbers may take more of a hit as people begin to question if Brady’s game against the Chiefs was actually a fluke.

Green Bay Packers (7/1) Previous: (10/1): Green Bay stifled Seattle for four quarters offensively, with Nick Perry and Clay Matthews utterly abusing Seattle’s hapless offensive line. Aaron Rodgers didn’t put up stunning numbers in the first week of the season, throwing for 311 yards, a touchdown and a pick, but he’s the type of player that people count on to bounce back. If the defense continues to perform at that level and Rodgers hits his normal status, the Packers can establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with.

Seattle Seahawks (10/1) Previous: (8/1): Russell Wilson desperately needs help. The Seahawks made a concerted effort to get an offensive line in the offseason, one that ultimately failed when T.J. Lang was plucked by the Lions. Wilson was running for his life all game. The good news is that Seattle’s secondary still looks solid, as they limited the great Rodgers, but they need help on the offensive side of the ball if the Seahawks are to be a threat deep into the season.

Dallas Cowboys (10/1) Previous: (12/1): There are dozens of factors swirling around the Cowboys’ Super Bowl odds, not least of which is the constant cloud hanging over Ezekiel Elliott’s status. It looks like there’s a good chance he could end up playing this entire season, but the NFL’s appeal of the decision to grant him a temporary restraining order will still play a factor. Dak Prescott, meanwhile, looked solid in his sophomore debut, helping to stymie questions of a sophomore slump for the young quarterback.

Pittsburgh Steelers (10/1) Previous: (10/1): The Steelers edged out the Browns, but it was a Week 1 divisional match-up on the road and they managed to escape without Steelering all over the place. It was an ugly win, but Le’Veon Bell won’t be held up like he was this week in every game this season. Pittsburgh seems to be in a good spot.

Oakland Raiders (14/1) Previous: (14/1): The Raiders jumped by stagnating. Some teams showed weaknesses in Week 1, but Oakland looked consistent throughout a dismantling of a promising Tennessee team. Derek Carr was poised and Khalil Mack was an absolute monster in Week 1. Marshawn Lynch looked like the Marshawn Lynch of old, and the Raiders’ offense showcased its firepower throughout their Week 1 win.

Atlanta Falcons (16/1) Previous: (12/1): Barely beating Mike Glennon and the Bears is hardly a ringing endorsement of a team, but no one could have predicted a breakout performance from Tarik Cohen. There were definitely signs of a Super Bowl hangover, but Matt Ryan turned in an excellent game and, in the end, Atlanta held on. The Packers and Cowboys playing significantly better teams is the most likely cause of any kind of drop for Atlanta, as they were expected to beat Chicago soundly and instead required a red-zone stop at the end of the game.

Kansas City Chiefs (16/1) Previous: (22/1): The Chiefs are pretty clear contenders for Overreaction of the Week, but when a team looks like Kansas City did against the consensus best team in the NFL, it’s hard to not give out extra credit. One of the biggest things working against the Chiefs right now is being one of three legitimate contenders in their division, along with the injury to Eric Berry reshaping their entire defense, but the offense looked methodical on Thursday Night and the pass rush was staggering all game.

Minnesota Vikings (20/1) Previous: (28/1): And in this corner for Week 1 overreactions stand the Minnesota Vikings. Sam Bradford utterly dismantled the Saints on Monday Night, but it might be wise to see how he fares against an NFL defense before proclaiming the Vikings world champions. Dalvin Cook, however, proved he’s the truth, breaking Adrian Peterson’s Vikings franchise record for most yards by a rookie in his first start with AD standing on the opposite sideline.

New York Giants (20/1) Previous: (12/1): The Giants started the season off by reminding everyone that you need a running back to play football. With Odell Beckham injured, the Giants didn’t have a semblance of offense against the Cowboys, and they fell 19-3. The lack of weapons was readily apparent for the Giants, although when Odell Beckham Jr. comes back we may see them open up the playbook a bit. Their vaunted defense played relatively well, but the Cowboys spent the majority of the game in close-out mode.

Carolina Panthers (25/1) Previous: (28/1): The Panthers saw an ever-so-slight bump after their win against the 49ers on Sunday. They won 23-3, largely by virtue of their defense, but questions still abound about Cam Newton coming off of his injury. He wasn’t asked to do much Sunday, and the Panthers’ Super Bowl hopes mostly rest on Newton and the Panthers’ front seven. Once Newton does answer those questions, it may be safe to call the Panthers competitors again.

Denver Broncos (25/1) Previous: (25/1): Denver narrowly escaped at home against the Los Angeles Chargers with a 24-21 win after looking dominant to go up 21-7. It was ugly, but divisional games often are and Joey Bosa picked up where he left off last season. Denver’s front looks as dominant as ever, blowing up the Chargers’ offensive line on numerous occasions. Trevor Siemian showed promise as well, going 17-of-28 for 219 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He didn’t light things up, but he didn’t have to as Denver’s defense looked stifling throughout the game.

Baltimore Ravens (33/1) Previous: (50/1): People obviously weren’t high on the Ravens coming into this season due to their injuries, but the Ravens made their point with a resounding we don’t care. The Ravens drubbed Andy Dalton into the ground to the tune of four interceptions and arguably the worst game of his career, while the offense was content to sit back and let the defense score for them. Joe Flacco wasn’t asked to do much in his first game back from a back injury, and the Ravens didn’t complete a pass in the second half. He’ll have to do more in the near future, but for now Baltimore should be content to sit back and enjoy the 1-0 start over a divisional rival.
Philadelphia Eagles (33/1) Previous: (40/1): The Eagles made a major jump after beating up on the Redskins 30-17. Carson Wentz looked incredibly steady, going 26-of-39 for 307 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The defense looked solid going up against Kirk Cousins, giving up only 240 yards. Much like the top teams in the AFC West, competition is what limits the Eagles — they still have the Cowboys and Giants to worry about twice in the coming season.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (33/1) Previous: (33/1): Naturally the Buccaneers didn’t move — it’s hard to get any kind of read on a team that doesn’t play.

Arizona Cardinals (50/1) Previous: (28/1): The Cardinals took perhaps the most licks of any Week 1 team. Losing David Johnson for 2-3 months is a devastating blow, and Carson Palmer looked genuinely bad against the Lions on Sunday. They’ll need to find ways to at least rival Johnson’s offensive production, which may prove to be an impossible task.

Detroit Lions (50/1) Previous: (66/1): It wasn’t necessarily a clean win against the Cardinals, but the Lions certainly looked better than expected. Wide receiver Kenny Golladay took a while to get going, but he ended up catching two of Matt Stafford’s four touchdown passes. The defense looked good as well, generating pressure on Carson Palmer. The front four play was always key for the Lions’ defensive success, and they passed their first test with flying colors.

Houston Texans (50/1) Previous: (20/1): Perhaps the quickest uh-oh realization in the NFL, the Texans turned to Deshaun Watson after just one half from Tom Savage. Savage couldn’t get anything going, but the biggest concern in Houston by far is offensive line play. As long as Duane Brown is out, it’s hard to imagine Houston getting any kind of offensive production, but their line is a sieve in 3-4 spots at the moment and one player won’t fix that.
Jacksonville Jaguars (50/1) Previous: (66/1): The Jaguars beat a perceived good team rather soundly, but showed flaws in the process. Blake Bortles is still not performing up to the level Jacksonville expects, but the defense gave the Jags a blueprint to win — although 10 team sacks might not be sustainable. The loss of Allen Robinson further hurts the offense, but Leonard Fournette and Chris Ivory showed that they can help shoulder the load.
Tennessee Titans (50/1) Previous: 33/1: I’d submit that this fall is one of the more questionable on the list. The Titans didn’t look great against the Raiders, but it was a new-look unit playing against an offense that had prior chemistry outside of Lynch. Marcus Mariota still looked strong. DeMarco Murray’s production was poor, but for a team playing catch-up all game, that should be expected. The Titans play the Jaguars on Sunday to see which team in the AFC South is for real(ish), but their first test against the Raiders was undoubtedly a disappointment, although not devastating (or even unexpected).

Cincinnati Bengals (66/1) Previous: (50/1): You need to operate under the assumption that Andy Dalton won’t play like he did against Baltimore every week. After a horrific performance that ended with four interceptions, Dalton and the Bengals will try to bounce back next week. The defense actually played fine in the 20-0 loss, it was just overshadowed by the awful game that the rest of the team had. Joe Mixon showed promise, but Cincinnati needs to figure out a viable offensive gameplan moving forward.

Miami Dolphins (66/1) Previous: (66/1): See Buccaneers.

Buffalo Bills (80/1) Previous: (100/1): These still aren’t great odds, but the jump feels dramatic for a team that beat the Jets. The Bills showed that their team has potential, especially with LeSean McCoy running the ball, but they also showed a lot of issues in Week 1. They’re still transitioning under Sean McDermott, but on the other hand, first in the AFC East is first in the AFC East (eat your heart out, New England).

Los Angeles Chargers (80/1) Previous: (66/1): The Chargers actually looked slightly better than expected in their first game against Denver, but ultimately took the loss. With the AFC West shaping up to be one of the strongest divisions in football, the Chargers are the odd one out, although their front seven led by Joey Bosa showed tremendous promise in Week 1.

Los Angeles Rams (80/1) Previous: (150/1): They may still be in the bottom half of the league, but crushing a team so soundly that the opposing coach forgets who he played against should net a jump. The Rams’ defense looked dominant against poor Scott Tolzien on Sunday, getting a pair of pick-sixes and planting Tolzien in the backfield time and time again. Jared Goff looked serviceable, while Indianapolis looked overwhelmed all game.

New Orleans Saints (80/1) Previous: (40/1): The old adage goes defense wins championships, and with that in mind the Saints aren’t sniffing any. The Saints’ defense was absolutely awful against Minnesota, allowing five new offensive linemen to outlast them. The Saints’ pass rush was actually decent for part of the game, but the complete ineptitude of the secondary far overshadowed that rush. The offense couldn’t close drives, and their offensive line proved to be a huge problem against Minnesota’s excellent front four.

Indianapolis Colts (100/1) Previous: (50/1): Losing Andrew Luck would devastate most teams, but it eviscerated Indianapolis. They got routed by the Rams, and Scott Tolzien was so thoroughly taken apart that the Colts are now considering starting Jacoby Brissett against the Cardinals. Meanwhile, Colts fans everywhere are volunteering their shoulders to give to Luck.

Washington Redskins (100/1) Previous: (66/1): The Eagles and the Redskins game on Sunday showed that receivers are going to be a bit of an issue. Kirk Cousins watched his receivers drop several passes and threw for less than 300 yards. Meanwhile, the Eagles’ offense marched on Washington all game. The Redskins don’t seem to have enough firepower to compete with the NFC East, and it showed early in the season.

Chicago Bears (250/1) Previous: (200/1): Despite their odds taking a dive, there was more good than bad to take away from Chicago’s game against the Falcons. Tarik Cohen had a breakout game, Mike Glennon didn’t look awful, even if he isn’t a long-term solution, and the Bears were in the red zone with a chance to win in the final 30 seconds. They aren’t where they need to be yet, but the potential is there for the Bears.

Cleveland Browns (250/1) Previous: (250/1): Cleveland shocked everyone by taking Pittsburgh down to the wire. Everyone except Pittsburgh fans, that is. Head coach Hue Jackson is already treating DeShone Kizer like a Star Wars sequel, but it isn’t without cause. Kizer went 20-of-30 against Pittsburgh for 222 yards, a touchdown and an ugly pick to TJ Watt. However, plays like that can always be chalked up to rookie mistakes. He played better than expected, and he should continue to grow as the season progresses.

San Francisco 49ers (250/1) Previous: (250/1): Week 1 went about as expected for the 49ers. A team with next to no offensive weapons struggled against a very good defense. It may be a long season for the 49ers, but they do have the 2018 draft.

New York Jets (500/1) Previous: (250/1): When a team dips below 250/1 odds, they didn’t look great. The Jets got slammed, and those that bet against them surpassing three wins are looking pretty good as they continue their quest for the first overall pick (don’t expect many changes to this blurb throughout the year).

Trying to Stay Downtown for Next Year’s Super Bowl? GOOD LUCK

Fans looking to book a hotel for the Super Bowl in Minneapolis next year could struggle to find a room anywhere near U.S. Bank Stadium.

The NFL required 19,000 hotel rooms for the Super Bowl, according to Meet Minneapolis. There are fewer than 10,000 rooms in the downtown area between the 35 largest hotels.

Todd Webster from Oak Grove started scouting room rates months ago but was repeatedly told availability would not be listed until February, which is one year before the game.

But when Webster tried to book a room near the stadium this week, the downtown hotels had already sold out.
“I didn’t get a chance,” said Webster, who added attending a Super Bowl with his wife is on their bucket list.
“I figured it’s not going to be cheaper to go anywhere else so I thought, ‘Oh, we’re having it in Minnesota that’s great time to go,’” he said.

The drastic difference in supply and demand downtown is leading to a price surge in the secondary market, surrounding suburbs and on home rental sites like AirBNB.

A one-bedroom downtown apartment is listed for $10,000 per night on Super Bowl weekend.

The Websters were willing to spend an entire vacation budget to stay downtown where they could walk the skyways to pregame festivities.

They ended up booking a room in Coon Rapids despite planning more than a year in advance.
“It’s like going to Mardi Gras and staying 20 minutes outside of New Orleans,” Webster said.

How Houston’s hotel scene is changing ahead of the Super Bowl

While Houston prepares to host the 2017 Super Bowl, area hotels are scrambling to open ahead of the Feb. 5 game. Here’s an update of the major upscale hotels slated to debut well before game time:

Aloft Houston-Downtown, originally slated to receive its first guest over the summer, opened in October. The hotel hosts live music shows and features a roof-top pool and patio. Inside, murals of vintage Houston line some of the walls.

Operated by Starwood Hotels and Resorts, the 10-story, 172-room hotel at 820 Fannin — on the corner of Fannin and Walker — is a redevelopment of Houston’s historic Stowers Building. Built in 1913, the structure once housed the G.A. Stowers Furniture Co. headquarters.

The Marriott Marquis Houston is scheduled to open in winter 2016 in Downtown Houston. Features include 1,000 guest rooms, 100,000 square feet of meeting space, a skybridge to the nearby George R. Brown Convention Center and a rooftop lazy river shaped like Texas overlooking Discovery Green Park.

Marriott Marquis is the largest hotel opening in town. Also initially aiming for a summer start, the 1,000-room hotel is now expected to open its doors in the winter. The 29-story building at 1777 Walker — near Discovery Green — is a development of Houston-based RIDA Development Corp. (Story continues below.)

The Marriott Marquis will have a Texas-shaped lazy river, a skybridge connecting it to the George R. Brown Convention Center and an upscale sports bar, which is being launched by Astros Hall-of-Famer Craig Biggio. Dubbed Biggio’s, the sports bar will offer steaks, burgers, craft beer and cocktails.

Upcoming Houston hotels that won’t be open before the Super Bowl Hotel Alessandra was shooting for a pre-Super Bowl debut but has moved its projected opening to mid-2017. The 20-story structure at Fannin and Polk will have 223 rooms. Midway, which developed CityCentre, will own Hotel Alessandra, and the Valencia Group will operate it.

Another hotel in the works that will not open in time for the Super Bowl — it’s now estimated to open in early fall 2017 — is the Hotel ZaZa-Memorial City, near the Katy Freeway and Bunker Hill. It will be the brand’s second Houston location; the first is in the Museum District, at 5701 South Main. This construction came courtesy of a collaboration between Houston-based developer MetroNational and Z Resorts. It will have another high-end restaurant and its signature spa ZaSpa.

Le Meridien-Downtown, like downtown’s upcoming Aloft, is also being developed in a historic downtown office building. Built in 1952, the Melrose building is being outfitted with a rooftop pool, sundeck and restaurant. The 21-story structure is considered Houston’s first skyscraper, and it’s listed in the National Register of Historic Places. This project, a Starwood Hotel-operated hotel, is slated for completion in fall 2017.

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