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2017 Super Bowl 51 game time, TV broadcast, online stream, odds, more for Patriots-Falcons

Super Bowl LI kicks off on Sunday. Here’s how to watch.

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The NFL calendar has just one game remaining, with the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons in their final preparations for a Sunday meeting in Super Bowl LI. Will the Patriots win their fifth Lombardi Trophy or will the Falcons come off the list of 13 teams to never win the Super Bowl? Sunday will let us know.

The Patriots are three-point favorites for the game, but the Falcons come into the contest with the top scoring offense from this season and have scored at least 33 points in every game since their Week 13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Patriots have reached the 33 point mark in each of their last four games, so New England has a chance to keep up with the Falcons’ high-powered offense.

The game will take place at 6:30pm ET from Houston’s NRG Stadium. Fox will broadcast the contest, with it also being streamed on their Fox Sports Go app. Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, and Erin Andrews will be calling the game.

Everything you need to watch/stream the game is below:

2017 Super Bowl LI

When: Sunday, Feb. 5, 6:30pm ET

Where: NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas


Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews, Chris Myers

Online Stream: FOX Sports Go | Verizon NFL Mobile

Odds: Patriots -3 | O/U: 58

National Anthem: Luke Bryan

Halftime show: Lady Gaga

Referee: Carl Cheffers

SB Nation blog: Pat Pulpit | The Falcoholic

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