At 6.30 p.m. ET on February 5, the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons will meet in Super Bowl LI at the NRG Stadium in Houston. However, tickets are limited based on the stadium capacity, so you can be sure that things are going to heat up on the field, as well as off the field. There will be millions more watching Super Bowl LI at home, at pubs, restaurants and sports bars. Of course, if you cannot be at some place physically with a TV in front of you because you would be commuting, how about watching online on your mobile device? Here are some of the ways where you are able to catch Super Bowl LI live online. After all, you would not want to miss Lady Gaga’s halftime show as well, right?
How to watch Super Bowl 2017 live stream
Super Bowl LI will be shown live on TV thanks to Fox, and if you prefer to take the streaming route because that is how you roll, there are several ways to go about it. Fox Sports GO is one particular option that should prove to be popular with many since viewers have a bevy of platforms to choose from. Fox Sports GO offers the Super Bowl 2017 live stream on iOS, Android, Windows, and Amazon tablets, and it will also be able to deliver via connected devices such as Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire and Xbox One.
If you do not mind catching a delayed telecast, you can be sure that numerous online channels would have uploaded it already by the time the game is over. Alternatively, the NFL Game Pass makes the game available to watch online once the clock strikes midnight.
Super Bowl 2017 odds
If you are a betting person, then surely you would be on the lookout for the odds in this Sunday’s game. SportsLine pointed out that the New England Patriots happen to hold the slight edge here, being three-point favorites compared to the Atlanta Falcons. The over-under stands at 58.5, which happens to be the highest ever in Super Bowl history. Of course, past form is no indication of on-field performance on the big night itself, since there is every opportunity for players to choke due to the magnitude of the game.
Interestingly enough, out of eight CBSSports.com experts, five of them think that the Atlanta Falcons would be the ones to bring home the Super Bowl trophy this year. Whatever the outcome is, this coming Sunday will hopefully prove to be a sporting spectacular of blockbuster proportions as opposed to a washout with one team failing to turn up. We do hope that the spirit of sportsmanship will be present, and may the best team win! Of course, Lady Luck tends to have a say in matters like these from time to time, so do keep an eye out for twists to the game -- even in the events that lead up to game day itself.