To honor Super Bowl LIV falling on Groundhog Day, the NFL is breaking with a significant tradition on how the kickoff is decided.

Instead of the traditional coin toss, the Chiefs will say whether or not they believe Roger Goodell will see his shadow. The NFL commissioner will then come to the 50-yard line for “the shadowing” and then the team that guesses correctly can decide when they would like to receive.

It is widely believed that stadium lights will make this a foregone conclusion and that the NFL did not think this through.