It seems like every year this topic comes up around Super Bowl time and is then forgotten. I don't really understand why the NFL insists on keeping the Super Bowl on Sundays. Considering that we're now darn near into mid-February by the time the game is played, it's not like there's any college football still on. Having the game on Sunday night makes it difficult to have a really good time and still go to work the next day. Between people either not showing up or being in la-la land when they are at work, the day after the Super Bowl has got to be one of the worst days of the year in terms of productivity, especially when the game doesn't even start until 5:30 at night (where I live.) I imagine the NFL will argue about tradition, but they don't seem to mind changing tradition when it suits them. IIRC, the early Super Bowls were played in the early afternoon until people on the west coast complained that the game was on in the morning there. Besides, between the playoffs and NFL Network games, there are a lot of games on Saturday nights each year. Is there some reason they still play it on Sunday that I'm missing???