It’s the final game day of the year, Jets fans and NFL fans. It’s Super Bowl XLIX. Tonight at 6:30 PM, Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Darrelle Revis, and the rest of the AFC Champion New England Patriots take on Russell Wilson, Marshawn Lynch, Richard Sherman, and the rest of the defending champion Seattle Seahawks.
Despite everything that has gone on off of the field, today is game day, and this is set to be one great Super Bowl. These are two evenly matched teams, and we have the generational battle at quarterback. On one side we have the future Hall of Famer, multiple Super Bowl MVP’s and titles, and the guy that just keeps winning in Tom Brady. On the other side, we have the youngster, the mobile one, the guy with a title already under his belt, ready to take that next step in Russell Wilson.
If it plays out the way it should, this Super Bowl is going to be fun to watch.
Kickoff is set for 6:30 PM tonight, Idina Menzel has the National Anthem responsibilities, with Katy Perry set to entertain at halftime.
We have everything you need to know right here.
WHERE TO WATCH: For anyone that doesn’t know, NBC has the game tonight. The Sunday Night Football crew has the call, with Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth in the booth, and Michele Tafoya roaming the sidelines. The pregame show begins at 1:00 PM.
LIVE STREAM: If for some reason, you are not in front of a television, you watch the game on a laptop, or any mobile device. Verizon customers, you can stream the game through the “NFL Mobile” app. NBC is making it available through their “Live Extra” website as well. You can download the app and watch the game for free on your mobile technology, or directly on your laptop.
WHERE TO LISTEN: We even have you covered if you can’t watch the game on your smartphone or tablet either. We have the information if you are going to listen to the Super Bowl in your car. XM radio subscribers can hear the Seahawks broadcast on channel 225, or internet channel 826. The Patriots broadcast will be on channel 85, or internet channel 818. The national broadcast will be on channel 88 on the radio or on the internet.
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For Sirius subscribers, the internet channels are the same as above. The Seahawks broadcast will be on channel 93, the Patriots will be on channel 85, and the national broadcast will be on channel 88.
For those of you without satellite radio, but still stuck in the car, here is what you need. Locally, the game will be on WFAN, 660 AM or 101.9 FM. If you are out of the area, you can figure out what station you will have the game on by clicking here.
BETTING LINE: New England -1.
Enjoy the Super Bowl everybody.