Taking a look at what channel you can catch Super Bowl 51 on so you don’t miss the New England Patriots vs. Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, Feb. 5
Even when Tom Brady was sidelined for the first four regular-season games, the New England Patriots looked bound for Super Bowl 51. They went 3-1 in that stretch and only looked more dominant once the historically great quarterback returned. However, the Atlanta Falcons too have looked like a Super Bowl 51 bound team as well, though it took some longer to notice. Now they’ve made it to that point and will square off on Sunday, Feb. 5 at NRG Stadium to determine who will stand atop the NFL.
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Though there has been plenty of talk about the Patriots defense heading into Super Bowl 51, that’s a bit of a misnomer. This matchup in Houston is all about the offenses. Brady was lights-out all year long, throwing for 28 touchdowns to just a pair of interceptions in 12 games. Matt Ryan somehow may have been even better, though, leading the Falcons to this game with 38 touchdowns and only seven picks.
Both offenses are explosive and dynamic, which should make for a fantastic matchup when they meet on the field. Even if each defense has shown promise throughout the playoffs, that can all change on the biggest stage the league has to offer and with the offenses they must try to stop. In fact, that seems the likeliest scenario ready to play out.
Even so, football fans should be excited for the game set to come. However, if you’re going to watch the Big Game, you may be asking a simple question: What channel is Super Bowl 51 going to be on?
The answer could simply be “with an old pal” as Super Bowl 51 will be broadcast on FOX on Sunday. What’s more the game will also be streaming live online and through mobile devices through the FOX Sports Go. Tune in there to catch all of the action on Sunday.