Bakersfield, California, is the epicenter of the NFL playoffs.
The San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders, and Denver Broncos have all played home games in the city since the NFL began playing in the Bay Area in 1947.
The Bakersfields home team, the Los Angeles Rams, will play at Qualcomm Stadium on Sunday.
This is the fourth consecutive year that the Rams have played at Qualcomm and will host the first-ever Super Bowl, scheduled for February 8.
Bakersdays Super Bowl will be played in a stadium that is now called Levi’s Stadium, but it will be the first time in NFL history that the game will be held in the stadium itself.
The stadium is a huge space, so the stadium will be packed with fans.
It’s not exactly a home field advantage, but the Rams will have the best seats in the house.
It will be a tough sell to the Chargers and Raiders, who will have been trying to stay out of the spotlight.
The Raiders and Chargers have both been to the playoffs every year since 2000, and have been in the playoffs five of the last six years.
The Rams will be back in the postseason for the first year in franchise history.