Super Bowl LIV is less than a week away. Do you have your gear yet?
The current No. 1 item under "Top Sellers" at NFLshop.com is a Patrick Mahomes jersey with the Super Bowl LIV logo on it for $119.99.
But over at Fanatics, you can get a white jersey with a floral-pattern No. 54 and "Super Bowl" where a player's last name usually appears on the back for $159.99 -- perfect if you're just rooting for a good game? And if you've got an extra 30 bucks and really want to stand out in a crowd, you can purchase this jacket.
And if you don't have any rooting interest in this year's game, don't worry. There's also lots of Super Bowl merchandise still available from previous editions of the NFL's showpiece event. Here are a few of our favorites:
There's tons of New England Patriots stuff available, naturally, after the Pats won the Super Bowl for the sixth time last year. Perhaps the most practical(?) item is this Super Bowl LIII champions vinyl car mat set, for $39.99.
The Los Angeles Rams lost to the Patriots 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII. Not only did the Rams fail to score a touchdown, but All-Pro running back Todd Gurley was limited to just 10 carries for 35 yards. No wonder Gurley's Super Bowl LIII jersey is on sale for $57.99, less than half the regular price.
The Philadelphia Eagles toppled the Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII. Backup quarterback Nick Foles was the game's MVP, after starter Carson Wentz suffered an injury late in the regular season. Nevertheless, there's a Wentz Super Bowl LII shirt available for just $11.99. (This Eagles item looks a little more fun.)
The Atlanta Falcons were the Patriots' victims in Super Bowl LI, but you can still get a Rise Up shirt for $12.99. The Carolina Panthers fell to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50, but if you still believe in the Panthers for some reason, pick up a Yes We Cam shirt for $29.99.
And if you want to host a cocktail party with a retro Super Bowl LI theme, you're in luck! There are several food-related items still available, including a Concerto Cheeseboard and Tool Set for a hefty $89.99, and a Touchdown Bamboo Cutting Board for $44.99.
Finally, the Broncos were blown out by the Seattle Seahawks 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII. This game may best be remembered as the first to be played outdoors at a cold-weather site, MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. So naturally, you can still commemorate the event with a Super Bowl XLVIII beach towel -- seriously.
It'll only cost you $9.99.