New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman (11) celebrates after catching a touchdown pass against the Seattle Seahawks during Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium on Feb. 1, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz.
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1. The winner of the coin toss is more likely to lose the game than win.

According to a 2010 analysis of the first 43 Super Bowls, coin toss winners won 20 games, while losers won 23 games.

NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle tosses the coin before a 20-19 New York Giants win over the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXV on January 27, 1991 at Tampa Stadium in Tampa Bay, Fla.
NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle tosses the coin before a 20-19 New York Giants win over the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXV on January 27, 1991 at Tampa Stadium in Tampa Bay, Fla.
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2. Americans will drink an estimated 325.5 million gallons of beer on Sunday.

The Super Bowl is the second-largest day for consumption of food and drink in America, right after Thanksgiving Day.

A detailed picture of bottles of beer before Super Bowl XLIII between the Arizona Cardinals and the Pittsburgh Steelers on February 1, 2009 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
A detailed picture of bottles of beer before Super Bowl XLIII between the Arizona Cardinals and the Pittsburgh Steelers on February 1, 2009 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
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3. Americans will eat an estimated 1.25 billion chicken wings while watching the Super Bowl this year.

According to the National Chicken Council, that is enough to put 572 wings on each seat in all 32 NFL stadiums.

Patricio Gonzalez carries a tray of chicken wings while prepping food items at MetLife Stadium, Jan. 17, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J., ahead of NFL football's Super Bowl XLVIII.
Patricio Gonzalez carries a tray of chicken wings while prepping food items at MetLife Stadium, Jan. 17, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J., ahead of NFL football’s Super Bowl XLVIII.
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4. Advertising during Super Bowl XLIX will cost an estimated $150,000 per second.

NBC is expected to charge $4.5 million per 30-second spot during this year’s game.

5. Each member of the winning team in Super Bowl XLIX will get a “players share” of $97,000 per player.

The losing team gets $49,000 per player. For comparison, the Green Bay Packers, who won the first Super Bowl in 1967 were paid $15,000 per player.

Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots speaks to media after defeating the Baltimore Ravens during the 2015 AFC Divisional Playoffs game at Gillette Stadium on Jan. 10, 2015 in Foxboro, Mass.
Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots speaks to media after defeating the Baltimore Ravens during the 2015 AFC Divisional Playoffs game at Gillette Stadium on Jan. 10, 2015 in Foxboro, Mass.
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6. It may not come in a little blue box, but the Vince Lombardi Trophy is made of 6.7 pounds of Tiffany and Co. sterling silver.

The trophy is 20 3/4 inches tall.

Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed holds up the Vince Lombardi Trophy after his team defeated the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game in New Orleans, La., Feb., 3, 2013.
Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed holds up the Vince Lombardi Trophy after his team defeated the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game in New Orleans, La., Feb., 3, 2013.
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7. Estimates suggest Super Bowl viewership in the U.S. will hit a new high of 113 million viewers this year.

Last year’s game brought in 111.5 million viewers. 

People watch Super Bowl XLVII , the San Francisco 49ers vs The Baltimore Ravens, on televisions in Hollywood's oldest restaurant and pub Pig'n Whistle on Feb. 3, 2013 in Hollywood, Calif.
People watch Super Bowl XLVII , the San Francisco 49ers vs The Baltimore Ravens, on televisions in Hollywood’s oldest restaurant and pub Pig’n Whistle on Feb. 3, 2013 in Hollywood, Calif. the San Francisco 49ers vs The Baltimore Ravens, on televisions in Hollywood’s oldest restaurant and pub Pig’n Whistle on…
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8. Real grass will be rolled out onto the University of Phoenix field for the game. The grass is set on a tray that retracts and rolls out at a rate of 1/8 MPH.

The grass field remains outside the stadium in the sun until game day

General view of action between the San Diego Chargers and the Arizona Cardinals during the NFL game at the University of Phoenix Stadium on Sept. 8, 2014 in Glendale, Ariz.
General view of action between the San Diego Chargers and the Arizona Cardinals during the NFL game at the University of Phoenix Stadium on Sept. 8, 2014 in Glendale, Ariz.
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9. About 38.5 million viewers outside the U.S. watched Super Bowl XLVII.

Reuters reported an estimated 160 million viewers worldwide tuned in last year, and many more are expected to watch this Sunday.

Japanese football fans cheer as they watch the NFL's Super Bowl XL game between Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks on television at a sports bar in Tokyo on Feb., 6, 2006.
Japanese football fans cheer as they watch the NFL’s Super Bowl XL game between Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks on television at a sports bar in Tokyo on Feb., 6, 2006.
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10. Super Bowl XIV drew 103,985 fans to Pasadena, Calif., the largest Super Bowl crowd ever.

The 1980 game took place at the Rose Bowl.

Quarterback Terry Bradshaw #12 of the Pittsburgh Steelers along with other teammates celebrate after scoring a touchdown during Super Bowl XIV against the Los Angeles Rams on Jan. 20, 1980 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.
Quarterback Terry Bradshaw #12 of the Pittsburgh Steelers along with other teammates celebrate after scoring a touchdown during Super Bowl XIV against the Los Angeles Rams on Jan. 20, 1980 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.
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