After a rather atrocious playoff season, we finally have two Super Bowl teams. Out of ten playoff games, there were exactly two close games - the rest were multi-score blowouts.
In the New England Patriots, after a 36-17 convincing win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, we will see Tom Brady make a record seventh Super Bowl appearance. He is 4-2 all-time and could become the first quarterback in NFL history with five Super Bowl championships.
Much like the Denver Broncos last season, they will face the NFL MVP in the Super Bowl in Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons. The league’s best offense dominated the Green Bay Packers in a 44-21 victory. The franchise will play in just their second Super Bowl in team history. Their first Super Bowl was a 34-19 loss to the Broncos in John Elway’s final game.
How to watch
Time: Sunday, Feb. 5, 6:30 p.m. ET
Place: NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews
Online: Fox Sports GO