Are you engaged in this weekend's game? Or are you more excited about the food?

So there's a football game on this weekend. It's supposed to be the biggest one of the season. I'm having a hard time latching onto one of these teams to root for, but I am totally here for the chips and queso. I don't believe I'm the only one who feels this way. I mean, so many people's teams didn't make it to this final showdown. Not to mention, there are still those who believe #SaintsGotRobbed and #ChiefsGotCheated.

But the Google searches continue on.

Recently, we found on Google trends that there are still plenty of searches going on around the nation for both the Rams and the Patriots. Are these searches about "how to properly celebrate" one of these teams? Doubtful. But they're still there.

In Louisiana 84 percent of the state is Googling terms including the word "Rams." Does this mean we are looking for ways to turn anger into adrenaline? There's a saying in sports that if you lose to a team, the only way to remove the sting is if they win the championship. I never understood this, but I guess it makes people feel better that they lost to an eventual champion.

I guess a better question than who are you cheering for is who do you hope loses?