Celebrity NFL Superfans Like Matthew McConaughey and Paul Rudd Are Celebrating The Start of the Playoffs -- Se
By Desiree Murphy
NFL Wildcard weekend has officially kicked off, and celebrities are having a ball rooting for their favorite teams in the playoffs on social media.
From full-spirited ensembles to overly-excited tweets, the stars are getting creative with their fan support for the teams still in the running for Super Bowl 50, which will take place Feb. 7 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
Rob Riggle is all geared up in Chiefs attire for game day!
And we can only imagine how Paul Rudd is preparing for the match-up, judging from how he got the crowd fired up for their game against the Cleveland Browns last month.
Lil Jon, on the other hand, is rooting for the Texans, and prepping for his halftime performance with the team's cheerleaders.
Meanwhile, Snoop Dogg is hoping the Pittsburgh Steelers will dominate the Cincinnati Bengals Saturday night.
Looks like he'll have to take that up with 98 Degrees' Nick Lachey, who's a big fan of the Bengals.
Longtime Green Pay Packers fan Lil Wayne is looking forward to Sunday night's game, in which his team faces off Nascar driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s and Matthew McConaughey's favorite team, the Washington Redskins.
And we know Blake Shelton and his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani, will no doubt be rooting for the Arizona Cardinals during the second round of playoffs, seeing as they attended a game together in December.
Guardians of the Galaxy's Chris Pratt and Captain America's Chris Evans have their Super Bowl predictions locked down, and last year the two exchanged a series of heated jabs at each other's teams over Twitter.
Pratt, who grew up near Seattle, is rooting for the Seattle Seahawks to take the Vince Lombardi trophy, while Boston native Evans is hoping for a New England Patriots win.
Though she hasn't posted any new photos yet, Gisele Bundchen, Tom Brady's wife, will be cheering on the Patriots, too. We hope we'll get to see more snaps of her kids dressed in red, silver and blue, like the one below.
NBA pro LeBron James is on Pratt's side. He, too, is hoping for a Seahawks victory, but is stoked for all the playoff games.