Your curmudgeon is given to understand that there's a football game on TV tomorrow, one that he neither cares about nor intends to watch. There hasn't been a Super Bowl since the old NFL merged with the AFL. Since then, they're all in the same league and it's just a league championship.
In short, all tomorrow means is that we don't have to listen to anyone talks about football for.. oh... maybe two or three months.
If PawPaw were the super-duper silly-games commissioner, the following rules would be in effect. Football would run from September 2 to January 1. Basketball would run from January 2 till April 1. Baseball would run from April 2 to September 1. Soccer would be banished from American shores. Other silly games could be played during the months not already scheduled.
I call them silly games because I don't believe that they're sports. Sports are endeavors where there is serious risk of bodily harm. Many people attribute a quote to Hemingway that "There are only three sports - bullfighting, motor racing, and mountaineering; all the rest are merely games." Some don't believe he said it. I don't care. The point is that a sporting endeavor should have some element of risk beyond the merely coincidental.
All the rest are silly games.