New Orleans is hosting the biggest sporting event of the year with the main sporting event in a city with the largest population and the largest TV audience.
New Orleans has hosted more major sporting events than any other city and it has been the most popular city to watch events for the past two decades.
But the main sports event in New Orleans will likely have a major impact on the NFL.
The NFL’s first game of the season is set for Monday night in New England.
And New Orleans could see a huge boost in viewership because of Super Bowl LI, which will be televised nationally.
The Patriots will be playing host to the Dallas Cowboys for the first time in Super Bowl history.
The Cowboys will also be playing at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
Tickets for the Super Bowl are going for $2,500 to $5,000 for the cheapest seats and $20,000 to $50,000 per ticket for more expensive seats.
There are many factors that will play into whether New Orleans gets the biggest TV ratings for Super Bowl LII, the New Orleans Saints said.
The New Orleans event will also provide a massive boost for the NFL as it begins to push into the lucrative summer season.
The game will likely draw millions of viewers and fans from across the country, and the NFL is also looking to be in the game by playing in the city that hosts the largest number of NFL stadiums.
The league is also in a contract with the city to host games in New York and Chicago, but there are no guarantees.