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How to stream 2017 Patriots vs. Falcons Super Bowl LI

Super Bowl kicks off Sunday

1969: The New York Jets of the American Football League defeat the Baltimore Colts of the National Football League 16-7 to win Super Bowl III in what is considered to be one of the greatest upsets in sports history. Jets quarterback Joe Namath, who brashly predicted a victory for his underdog team three days before the game, was named Super Bowl MVP, despite not throwing a touchdown pass in the victory.
1969: The New York Jets of the American Football League defeat the Baltimore Colts of the National Football League 16-7 to win Super Bowl III in what is considered to be one of the greatest upsets in sports history. Jets quarterback Joe Namath, who brashly predicted a victory for his underdog team three days before the game, was named Super Bowl MVP, despite not throwing a touchdown pass in the victory. (iStock/JOE CICAK)


HOUSTON – Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons kicks off Sunday, Feb. 5 in Houston.

The big game will kick off at 6:30 p.m. on FOX at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.

The Falcons are 3 point underdogs.

Lady Gaga will perform the Super Bowl halftime show.

Don't have television access? Here are the best ways to stream the game.

Online streaming: Fox Sports GO.

There are a number of ways to watch through different platforms and devices. Viewers can use:
iOS
Android
Windows
Amazon tablets

Or watch through connected devices, including:
Apple TV
Roku
Android TV
Chromecast
Amazon Fire
Xbox One

Game preview:

A season that began with Tom Brady serving a four-game suspension will end with him in the Super Bowl, where his New England Patriots will take on Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons.

While much of the attention between now and the NFL championship game on Feb. 5 in Houston will be focused on Brady vs. Ryan, the truly key matchup could be Atlanta's score-at-will offense, which produced the most points during the regular season, against the unheralded defense of New England, which allowed the fewest.

And these two teams are playing their best football at the most important time.

AFC champion New England (16-2) has won nine consecutive games - and hasn't even trailed since Nov. 27. NFC champion Atlanta (13-5) has won its past six in a row, scoring at least 33 points in each.

"We'll enjoy this," Ryan said after earning his first Super Bowl trip in his ninth season, "but we've got some work to do."

Brady and coach Bill Belichick will be seeking their - and the Patriots' - fifth Lombardi Trophy, and second in three years. This will be the franchise's league-record ninth appearance in the Super Bowl, including titles in the 2002, 2004, 2005 and 2015 editions.

"This team showed a lot of mental toughness over the course of the year," Brady said.

The Falcons have never won the Super Bowl. This will be Atlanta's second trip to the big game; it lost to Denver in 1999.


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