Aside from your favorite team taking home football's most coveted title, few things make for the perfect Super Bowl Sunday: Good food, spirited fans and a cozy spot to watch the game. NFL players should know. And a few of them are showing us where they'll be touching down for this Sunday's big event.
Four gridiron stars -- former New York Giant Amani Toomer, New York Jets defensive end Muhammed Wilkerson, Minnesota Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe, and former Philadelphia Eagles running back Brian Westbrook -- opened up their homes for NBC's "Open House" real estate show, slated to air on Sunday, February 5, at 8:30am ET.
While Toomer shows off his newly re-designed "man cave" in Weehawken, New Jersey, the "Open House" crew goes house hunting with the Jets' Muhammed Wilkerson and Sotheby Realty's Broker Jay Morrison.
Non-New York digs include the Maryland homes of Minnesota Viking Visanthe Shiancoe and former Philadelphia Eagle Brian Westbrook (whose palatial space also includes a ranch with horses).
NBC offered The Huffington Post a peek at these four footballer homes.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly identified "Open House" as a production of LX.TV. It is now referred to as NBC's "Open House."
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