Amazon and Ford share another win

In the final installment of our coverage of the 2016 NFL season, we look at the most interesting storylines and trends that took place this season.

Here are some of the highlights that were discussed during the season:• Amazon and Amazon Prime have finally partnered on a new service, dubbed Drive thru Food.

The new service will allow customers to order items online, take them to their car and then drive them to the grocery store.

The service, which is slated to launch later this month, will be available in the U.S. and Canada for $8.99 a pop.•The NFC Championship Game was played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, as the NFC Championship game was played there in 2015.

The 49ers won in overtime.•We’ll see the return of the “Madden” theme song from the first season.

We heard the song a couple of times during the game and it sounded great.

We were told it was the song from “Mazda” and the game was also being played on “The Biggest Loser” (although it was apparently not a show, as we heard it on a commercial).

The theme song was originally called “Rabbit Hole,” but it was renamed.

The theme was performed by the late John Mayer, who died in 2015, and the song will be re-recorded.•In the NFL Network broadcast booth, you’ll see a new “NFL News” show called NFL Nation Live, which will air at 9 p.m.

ET on Sundays.

The show will feature all things NFL.

NFL Nation will also air live coverage of all the NFL Playoffs games on Sundays, and it will also include exclusive clips and interviews with players and coaches.•A new “Mozart in the Jungle” movie will be released in theaters and will be produced by Warner Bros. in partnership with Disney and MGM.

It is scheduled to hit theaters on March 24.•Maurice Jones-Drew is expected to return to the show.

He had a brief stint as host in 2017, but it appears he’ll be stepping back into his role this season, as he tweeted about the show, “I love it so much.

Great show!

I’ll do it for years to come.”•NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is scheduled for an appearance on “Today” to talk about his upcoming visit to the NFL headquarters in New York City.

He will not be appearing on the show at this time.•While not in the show this week, you can watch a special edition of the podcast, “NFL Game Rewind,” at 11 a.m., Sunday, on the NFL website.