Super Bowl 51 is around the corner. After the Conference championship games, everybody will know the teams playing in the biggest sports event of the year. In television, there are more than 100 million viewers in the United States expected, not counting those who are utilizing their high-tech gadgets in watching the sports event.
In this year’s Super Bowl LI, Fox Sports owned the tv rights as well as the live streaming free through Fox Sports Go. As a matter of fact, Fox Sports had already announced the Super Bowl 2017 live streaming free on Fox Sports Go without needing to use pay TV credentials.
Great news for all football lovers as FoxSportsGo.com can watch the Super Bowl 2017 through iOS, Android, Amazon, and Windows tablets or through devices such as Roku, Android TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire and Xbox One.
“As part of the buildup to this year’s Super Bowl, we’re committed to creating the best possible experience for fans by dramatically expanding the ways and places in which they can watch the game,” FOX Sports President, COO and Executive Producer Eric Shanks said in a statement. “Our pioneering collaboration with our affiliates to allow streaming local ad insertions will make commercials even more relevant for viewers and help make this year’s game even more of a personal experience for every fan.”
Four Teams are vying for Super Bowl LI
Super Bowl 51 captivates the attention of millions of Americans because of the current build up in the conference title games. Four teams with star quarterbacks will compete in the AFC and NFC Championship games this coming Sunday, and the winners will be booked to Super Bowl 2017. Surely, Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, Aaron Rodgers and Matt Ryan are well-groomed to be part of the big event and that fans all over the country would love them to play in the Super Bowl.
New England Patriots
The New England Patriots are looking for another passage to the Super Bowl. With Brady as the starting quarterback, the Patriots are the favorites to win the Super Bowl 51, though they haven’t been there yet.
Offense: 27.6 points per game (3rd) and 386.2 yards per game (4th)
Defense: 15.6 points per game (1st) and 326.4 yards per game (8th)
After missing the playoffs last season, the Atlanta Falcons made sure that they will not collapsed at the final stretch of their schedule. The Falcons have the offense to dismantle the defense of the Packers.
Offense: 33.8 points per game (1st) and 415.8 yards per game (2nd)
Defense: 25.4 points per game (27th) and 371.2 yards per game (25th)
Everybody had seen what the Steelers can do in defense when they stifled the Kansas City Chiefs. Can they do it against the Patriots? Also, the offense of the Patriots through Roethlisberger and Le’Veon Bell in the running game.
Offense: 24.9 points per game and 372.6 yards per game
Defense: 20.4 points per game and 342.6 yards per game
Green Bay Packers
The offensive juggernaut of the Packers especially quarterback Rodgers cannot be ignored in the against the Falcons. They are riding in a seven-game winning streak and they want to be in the Super Bowl.
Offense: 27.0 points (4th) and 368.8 total yards (8th)
Defense: 24.2 points (21st) and 363.9 total yards (22nd)
Super Bowl live stream 2017 is available for all the NFL fans!