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Super Bowl LI: Falcons vs. Patriots game time, TV schedule, online streaming, and more

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NFL: Super Bowl LI-Commissioner Roger Goodell Press Conference Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

This Sunday is the Super Bowl!

It’s the final game of the 2016 NFL season, and it features the AFC champion New England Patriots against the NFC champion Atlanta Falcons. Both teams won the conference championship games handily and have had terrific seasons. The Patriots finished a league-best 14-2 and with the top-ranked scoring defense, while the Falcons finished 11-5 and with the top-ranked scoring offense.

For Colts fans, they’ll have enough of a rooting interest just by rooting against the Patriots, but they can also root for Dwight Freeney. One of the all-time great Colts, Freeney is in his first year with the Falcons and is heading to his third career Super Bowl. Dwight Freeney sacking Tom Brady in a Super Bowl as the Patriots lose? If the Colts couldn’t be in the game, I’m sure Colts fans would be ok with that alternative.

Either way, it should be a terrific game this Sunday, and hopefully it will deliver us a great game in a postseason that’s been filled mostly with sub-par results.

Here’s the information you need to know on how to watch the game:

Date: Sunday, February 5

Time: 6:30 p.m. ET

Place: NRG Stadium, Houston, TX

TV Network: FOX

Announcers: Joe Buck and Troy Aikman

Watch Online: FOX Sports GO

SB Nation sites: The Falcoholic and Pats Pulpit