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Super Bowl LIII Game Preview: Patriots at Rams Live

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Super Bowl LIII Game Preview: Patriots at Rams Live

Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. ET. Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Approx. 70,000)

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The New England Patriots advanced to their 11th Super Bowl in franchise history, the ninth of the Bill Belichick era and third consecutive since the 2016 season. New England joins Buffalo (4) and Miami (3) as the only teams to reach three straight Super Bowls.

New England has a chance to tie the Pittsburgh Steelers with a sixth Super Bowl, most in NFL history. In addition, a win in Super Bowl LIII will break a tie with Pittsburgh and give the Patriots the most postseason victories with 37.

The Patriots will face the Rams in a rematch of Super Bowl XXXVI, 17 years to the day after New England defeated the then St. Louis Rams with a field goal as time expired, giving the Patriots their first Super Bowl victory in franchise history.


The New England Patriots are 5-5 in the Super Bowl and will join Buffalo (4) and Miami (3) as the only teams to play in three straight Super Bowls.


The New England Patriots will square off against the Los Angeles Rams for the second time in the Super Bowl. The two teams met in Super Bowl XXXVI following the 2001 season, a 20-17 New England win.

New England scored one of the greatest victories in franchise history when it defeated the heavily favored Rams for the NFL championship on Feb. 3, 2002, in Super Bowl XXXVI. That victory followed a tight game in the 2001 regular season that ended in a 24-17 St. Louis victory at Foxboro Stadium. This year’s Super Bowl matchup will occur 17 years to the day since Super Bowl XXXVI.

The franchise moved to St. Louis from Los Angleles following the 1994 season before returning to Southern California in 2017.

The Patriots beat the Rams, 26-10, at Gillette Stadium on Dec. 4, 2016, in the most recent meeting between the two clubs. Including Super Bowl XXXVI, the Patriots have won the last five contests.

Overall, the Patriots lead the series by a 8-5 margin, including the Super Bowl matchup.

The series dates back to 1974, when the Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams by a 20-14 score at what was then Schaefer Stadium.


Overall Record, 8-5

  • Home Record, 3-3
  • Gillette Stadium, 3-0
  • Schaefer/Sullivan/Foxboro Stadium, 1-3

Road Record, 4-2

  • Anaheim Stadium, 2-1
  • Trans World/Edward Jones Dome, 1-1
  • Wembley Stadium, 1-0
  • Neutral Site Record (at Louisiana Superdome), 1-0

Total Points: Patriots 294, Rams 232

Longest winning streak: 5 games

Longest losing streak: 4 games (12/24/89 – 11/18/01)

Bill Belichick vs. St. Louis/L.A: 5-2 (5-1 with New England)


2018 Regular Season New England Kansas City
Record 11-5 13-3
Divisional Standings 1st 1st
Total Yards Gained 6,295 6,738
Total Offense (Rank) 393.4 (5) 421.1 (2)
Rush Offense 127.3 (5) 139.4 (3)
Pass Offense 266.1 (8) 281.7 (5)
Points Per Game 27.3 (4) 32.9 (2)
Touchdowns Scored 51 60
Third Down Conversion Pct. 40.8 45.0
Team Passer Rating 97.8 100.7
Total Yards Allowed 5,746 5,737
Total Defense (Rank) 359.1 (21) 358.6 (19)
Rush Defense 112.7 (11) 122.3 (23)
Pass Defense 246.4 (22) 236.3 (14)
Points Allowed/Game 20.3 (7) 24.0 (20)
Touchdowns Allowed 36 44
Third Down Defense (Pct.) 38.6 37.2
Field Goals Made/Attempted 27/32 34/41
Possession Avg. 31:05 30:42
Sacks Allowed/Yards Lost 21/147 33/223
Sacks Made/Yards 30/238 41/326
Passing TD/Int. (Off.) 29/11 32/12
Passing TD/Int. (Def.) 29/18 31/18
Penalties Against/Yards 93/744 96/878
Punts/Avg. 64/45.1 43/46.3
Takeaway/Giveaway Ratio +10 (5) +11 (4)


Super Bowl LIII between the Patriots and Rams will mark the seventh Super Bowl rematch in NFL history. It will also be the third time that the Patriots will be involved in a Super Bowl rematch after facing the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles in two Super Bowls. Dallas is the only other NFL team with two different Super Bowl rematches.


  • The New England Patriots will tie the Pittsburgh Steelers (6) for most Super Bowl wins in NFL history. They are currently tied with Dallas (5) and San Francisco (5) with five Super Bowl wins.
  • The Patriots will improve to 6-5 in the Super Bowl in franchise history and 6-3 in the Belichick-Brady era (since 2001).
  • The Patriots will earn their 37th postseason win in franchise history, breaking a tie with Pittsburgh for the most postseason wins all-time.
  • The Patriots will extend their own NFL record for most postseason wins in a decade to 16. The Patriots set the new record with their 15th win of the decade in the AFC Championship Game. Before that, the record was held by New England (2000s), Dallas (1970s) and Pittsburgh (1970s) with 14 postseason wins in a decade.
  • Robert Kraft will win his sixth Super Bowl since he purchased the team in 1994, twice more than any other owner during the same 25-year span. Denver’s Pat Bowlen is second with three.
  • Bill Belichick will join George Halas and Curly Lambeau as the only coaches with six NFL titles. He is currently one of four NFL head coaches to win five or more championships since the league began postseason play in 1933, but the only one to win five Super Bowls.
  • Tom Brady will win his sixth Super Bowl, becoming the first player in NFL history to reach that mark. He is currently tied with Hall of Fame DL Charles Haley as the only other NFL player with five Super Bowl wins.
  • Tom Brady will earn his 237th career victory overall, passing Adam Vinatieri for most wins of any player in NFL history.


  • Super Bowl LIII will mark the Patriots 11th Super Bowl appearance, extending their own record for most in NFL history.
  • By advancing to Super Bowl LIII, the Patriots join Miami (3) and Buffalo (4) as the only teams to reach three consecutive Super Bowls.
  • Super Bowl LIII is the seventh Super Bowl rematch in NFL history, and the Patriots will become the first team in NFL history to play in three Super Bowl rematches. The Patriots and Rams first met in Super Bowl XXXVI. The Patriots have also faced the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles in two Super Bowls. Dallas is the only other NFL team with two different Super Bowl rematches.
  • The Patriots will play in their 57th playoff game in franchise history in Super Bowl LIII, passing Green Bay for third-most postseason games in NFL history.
  • Tom Brady will appear in his ninth Super Bowl, the most of any player in NFL history.
  • Tom Brady is the all-time leader in Super Bowl passing yards (2,576), completions (235), pass attempts (357), touchdowns (18) and starts (8).


TELEVISION: Super Bowl LIII will be broadcast by CBS and can be seen locally on WBZ-TV Channel 4. Jim Nantz will handle play-by-play duties with Tony Romo as the color analyst. Tracy Wolfson, Evan Washburn and Jay Feely will work from the sidelines. The game will be produced by Jim Rikhoff and directed by Mike Arnold.

NATIONAL RADIO: Super Bowl LIII will be broadcast on Westwood One with Kevin Harlan calling the play-by-play and Kurt Warner and Mike Holmgren as analysts. Tony Boselli and Ed Werder will provide sideline analysis.

LOCAL RADIO: 98.5 The Sports Hub is the flagship station for the Patriots Radio Network. A complete listing of the network’s 41 stations can be found here. Play-by-play broadcaster Bob Socci will call the action along with former Patriots quarterback Scott Zolak, who will provide color analysis. The games are produced by Marc Cappello.

2019 Super Bowl : Online 53 things to know about Patriots vs. Rams in Super Bowl LIII

2019 Super Bowl : Online 53 things to know about Patriots vs. Rams in Super Bowl LIII

Winter has come. So has the biggest event of the year. On Sunday, Super Bowl LIII between the Patriots and Rams will finally arrive. It’s a game that’s been a full year in the making.

Last year, the Patriots came up excruciatingly short of capturing their second championship in as many seasons. They were then forced to navigate a tricky offseason filled with questions pertaining to Rob Gronkowski’s future in football, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s relationship, and how exactly they were getting better after they traded Brandin Cooks to the Rams, lost Matt Patricia to Detroit, and watched first-round pick Isaiah Wynn suffer a season-ending injury in August. None of it mattered. We spent all year gushing over Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, but ol’ reliable won out in the end. The Patriots are playing in their third straight Super Bowl and their ninth overall with the Belichick-Brady partnership. They’ll face the same team (but from a much different city) that they started their remarkable dynasty against all those years ago.

This time a year ago, the Rams were licking their wounds after a surprising one-and-done. They would go on to win the offseason by trading for Cooks, Aqib Talib, and Marcus Peters, signing Ndamukong Suh, and coming to an agreement with Aaron Donald. It’s rare that the offseason champion finds a way to meet expectations, but that’s what the Rams did, winning 13 games and besting the Cowboys and the Saints (with some help from the officials along the way) to make it to Atlanta.

It’s a game that’s a year in the making, so it deserves a significant preview. Below, you’ll find the 53 things you need to know about Super Bowl LIII — from the logistics of the game, to the details of the halftime show, to the football itself.

From Gladys Knight’s anthem to who will score first to Maroon 5 to the Super Bowl MVP, get everything you need to make the right picks for Sunday in our Ultimate Super Bowl Props guide.

Without further ado, here are 53 things to know about Super Bowl LIII.

1. The game will be played between the Patriots and Rams at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday. CBS will be broadcasting the game on TV and you can also stream the game on CBSSports.com or on the CBS Sports App.

2. The game will be played at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, the home of the Falcons. This is the stadium’s first Super Bowl, but Atlanta’s third Super Bowl overall. The game will be played in indoors, so don’t worry about the weather (unless you’re traveling to Atlanta, in which case, click here).

3. This is a rematch of Super Bowl XXXVI, which was played in February 2002. In that game, first-year starting quarterback Tom Brady led the Patriots on a game-winning drive to cap a stunning upset over a Rams team — coached by Mike Martz and quarterbacked by Kurt Warner — that entered the game as 14-point favorites. Adam Vinatieri booted the game-winning field goal as time expired and thus, the beginning of the Patriots’ dynasty began. Seventeen years later, the Patriots are back in the Super Bowl with the same coach and quarterback while the Rams not only have an entirely different roster and coaching staff, but also reside in another city. Jared Goff, 24, said on Opening Night that he doesn’t remember watching that Super Bowl.

4. The Patriots are entering the game as the second seed in the AFC after an 11-5 season and playoff wins over the Chargers and Chiefs (on the road and in overtime)

5. The Rams enter the game as the second seed in the NFC after a 13-3 season and playoff wins over the Cowboys and Saints (on the road and in overtime).

6. This is the Patriots’ 11th Super Bowl appearance overall, the most in NFL history. This is their 10th Super Bowl appearance under owner Robert Kraft, their ninth with Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, and their third straight. The Patriots are the third team in NFL history to go to three straight Super Bowls. All of those stats come via the Patriots.

7. With a win, the Patriots will break a tie with the Steelers for the most wins in playoff history (36) in addition to tying the Steelers for the most Super Bowl wins (six). As of now, the Patriots are tied with the Cowboys and 49ers with five Super Bowl championships.

8. Counting his years as an assistant, this is Belichick’s 12th Super Bowl appearance. That’s the most in NFL history, per the Patriots.

9. If the Patriots win, Belichick will match George Halas and Curly Lambeau with six championships. No coach has won more, per the Patriots.

10. This is Brady’s ninth Super Bowl. He already owns the record for the most Super Bowl appearances by any one player.

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11. If the Patriots win, Brady will set the record for the most Super Bowl wins by a player with six. He’s currently tied with Charles Haley with five.

12. But with a loss, Brady would tie Jim Kelly for the most Super Bowl losses by a starting quarterback in NFL history.

13. Brady will be going for his fifth Super Bowl MVP award. The only time he didn’t capture Super Bowl MVP after a Patriots win was when Deion Branch took it home in Super Bowl XXXIX.

14. Patriots receiver Julian Edelman needs only 46 catches on Sunday to tie Jerry Rice for the most postseason receptions of all time. All jokes aside, Edelman is already second all time in playoff catches.

15. While we all debate how easy the Patriots’ path to a dynasty has been due to the terrible state of the AFC East, their treacherous path to Atlanta cannot be debated.

16. This is the Rams’ fourth Super Bowl appearance and their first since February 2002. They’re 1-2 in Super Bowls with their lone win coming after the 1999 season.

17. Jared Goff is 24 years old. Tom Brady is 41 years old. As our Jared Dubin wrote, “The 17-year age difference is almost surely the largest of any Super Bowl in history. After all, there’s only been one 40-plus-year-old quarterback to start a Super Bowl. It was Brady, last year.”

18. If the Patriots win, Brady will become the oldest quarterback to win a Super Bowl, a record that Peyton Manning (39) still holds.

19. Both Goff and Brady are from the Bay Area. Goff is from Marin County (north of San Francisco) while Brady is from San Mateo (south of San Francisco).

20. Bill Belichick is 66 years old. Sean McVay is 33 years old. The 33-year age gap between coaches is a Super Bowl record.

21. How young is McVay? To put it into perspective, consider that McVay once played against Edelman in college. McVay played receiver for Miami University. Edelman played quarterback for Kent State. And look, there’s video evidence:

22. With a win, McVay will become the youngest coach to win a Super Bowl.

23. The Rams might have the formula to stop Brady, who struggles against interior pressure.

24. Speaking of Aaron Donald, he’s coming off a completely bonkers 20.5-sack season. His career-high before this season was 11 sacks. He’s the best defensive player in football and quite possibly the best overall player in football.

25. The offensive line, however, is arguably the strength of this Patriots team, ranking third in run blocking and first in pass blocking, per Football Outsiders. Go read Jared Dubin’s story on the Patriots’ offensive line.

26. The Rams’ offensive line has had tremendous continuity over the past two seasons.

27. The Patriots haven’t scored a touchdown in the first quarter of a Super Bowl under Belichick. In fact, last year’s Super Bowl, when they kicked a field goal in the first quarter, was the first time they’d managed to score any points in the first quarter of a Super Bowl under Belichick. We’ll see if they can take the next step on Sunday.

28. Maroon 5 will headline the halftime show. The band will be joined by special guests Travis Scott and Big Boi.

29. Gladys Knight will sing the national anthem. The over/under, per Bovada, is set at one minute and 47 seconds.

30. The Rams will wear their blue and yellow throwback jerseys.

31. The Patriots will be wearing white jerseys, a sight that is all-too-familiar.

The Patriots are 3-1 in the Super Bowl under Belichick when they wear white. Twelve of the last 14 Super Bowl winners have been dressed in white. The Patriots wore white last year and lost, though.

32. Goff is currently working his way through a cold streak. In games 1-11 this season, Goff completed 67.7 percent of his passes, averaged 9.3 yards per attempt, and threw 26 touchdowns and six interceptions. In games 12-18, he completed 58.9 percent of his passes, averaged 6.5 yards per pass, and threw seven touchdowns and seven interceptions.

33. Todd Gurley has insisted he’s not hurt, but the Rams’ running back dealt with a knee injury at the beginning and end of the regular season, and he barely saw the field against the Saints in the conference championship game when he garnered five touches for 13 yards. His involvement on Sunday is worth monitoring. Since entering the NFL in 2015, Gurley leads the league in rushing yards and touchdown runs — both by a wide margin.

34. Since signing with the Rams in mid December, C.J. Anderson is averaging 116.5 rushing yards per game. Like Goff, Anderson played college ball at Cal, but the two did not overlap in Berkeley.

35. The Rams’ offense loves Pac-12 players.

36. The Patriots immediately opened as underdogs before the market quickly corrected that mistake. As of Monday, the Patriots are favored by 2.5 points.

37. As of Monday, the over/under is set at 56.5.

38. The Patriots are 10-7 against the spread when they’ve been favored this season.

39. The Rams have been an underdog just once this season, against the Saints in the NFC title game. So, they’re 1-0 against the spread as an underdog.

40. Expect a close game. You might be sick of the Patriots in the Super Bowl, but you should be thankful they always play in exciting games. The average margin of victory for the Patriots in their five Super Bowls wins under Belichick? 3.8 points. The average margin of defeat for the Patriots in their three Super Bowl losses under Belichick? Five points.

41. Our “Madden” simulation has the Patriots winning 38-31.

Worth noting: Our “Madden” Super Bowl sims have been somewhat accurate in recent years, predicting a huge Patriots comeback two years ago and one of the craziest games in NFL history last year.

42. The Super Bowl will be refereed by John Parry. As our John Breech wrote, the Patriots are 9-5 in games refereed by Parry while the Rams are 7-0, per Pro Football Reference.

43. Before last season’s Super Bowl, Scott Kacsmar wrote over at FiveThirtyEight that since Brady became their starting quarterback, the Patriots were 15-0 in the playoffs against an opponent they didn’t play in the regular season, but 12-9 in rematches from the regular season. Let’s update those numbers after last year’s Super Bowl and their two playoff games this season. In the Super Bowl, they lost to the Eagles, who they did not face in the 2017 regular season. Over the past couple of weeks, they beat the Chargers, who they did not face in the regular season, and they beat the Chiefs, who they did see in the regular season. So, they’re now 16-1 in the playoffs against new opponents and 13-9 in rematches. They did not play the Rams in the regular season.

44. The game features two top-five offenses in terms of yards and points. The Rams ranked second in both categories, and the Patriots ranked fifth in yards and fourth in points.

45. But the Patriots have the advantage defensively. They allowed the seventh-fewest points in the regular season. The Rams allowed the 13th-most points.

46. Special teams matter. And the Rams and Patriots’ special teams units are basically equal in DVOA, ranking 17th and 16th, respectively. The Rams might have the advantage, though, considering Johnny Hekker might be the game’s best punter (at both punting and throwing) and Greg Zuerlein made 87.1 percent of his field goals in the regular season before booting two clutch (and very long) field goals to send the Rams to the Super Bowl. Of note: Zuerlein is dealing with a left foot injury, but the Rams don’t sound concerned.

47. Goff and Brady have contrasting styles of play. According to NFL Next Gen stats, Goff’s throws traveled an average of 8.8 yards in the air in the regular season. Only seven quarterbacks averaged more air yards per throw. Meanwhile, Brady averaged 7.6 air yards per pass, which ranked closer to the bottom of the barrel. On that note, Brady, on average, got rid of the ball 2.61 seconds after receiving the snap. Only six quarterbacks got rid of the ball quicker. Goff’s average time to throw? 2.94 seconds. Only five quarterbacks took longer to release the ball.

48. The Rams have the Patriots outnumbered in terms of All-Pro players. The Rams had four players named to the two All-Pro teams. The Patriots had two players.

49. Stealing this one from reddit: “Patriots are 5-2 against animal teams in the Super Bowl all time; Rams are 1-2 against human/humanoid teams.” Credit goes to reddit user BlackHourglass.

50. Important receiver running stats: Might Cordarrelle Patterson be the x-factor?

51. This is a battle between a disciplined offense and a disciplined defense.

52. Both the Rams and the Patriots are expected to lose top assistant coaches after the game. The Bengals are reportedly expected to hire Rams quarterbacks coach Zach Taylor as their new head coach and the Dolphins are reportedly expected to hire Patriots defensive assistant Brian Flores as their new head coach.

53. This is a matchup between the second-highest rated team by DVOA (the Rams) and the seventh-best team by DVOA (the Patriots). On that note, this is very interesting and something to remember when we begin to look ahead to next year’s Super Bowl:
And that’s a wrap. All that’s left to do is to play the game.

Super Bowl 2019: Date and Start time for Rams vs Patriots, Kickoff and Halftime Performances, TV channel, Online

Super Bowl 2019: Date and Start time for Rams vs Patriots, Kickoff and Halftime Performances, TV channel, Online

Super Bowl 53, the climax of the 2018-2019 NFL season, is nearly here. The New England Patriots are making their twelfth appearance in the Big Game, while the Los Angeles Rams are making their fourth. The two have Super Bowl history, as Tom Brady could come full circle with a win over the first 3team he beat in the championship game.

We’ve got answers to all of your questions about Super Bowl LIII right here.

When Will Super Bowl LIII Be Played?

Super Bowl Sunday is on February 3rd, 2019.

What Time is Kickoff?

Super Bowl 53 will kick off at 6:30 PM ET on CBS.

How Can I Watch Without Cable?

You can live stream it free on fuboTV with a 7-day trial. fuboTV requires no contracts, and is available on every mobile and connected TV device such as Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.

Who is performing at kickoff and halftime?

The national anthem will be sung by Atlanta-local and R&B singer Gladys Knight. Halftime will include not one, but three artists in Maroon 5, Travis Scott, and Big Boi.

How did the Patriots get here?

The New England Patriots are no stranger to the NFL Playoffs under the command of coach Bill Belichick and leadership of QB Tom Brady. This season, after a first-round bye, they defeated the San Diego Chargers 41-28 at home in the Divisional Round. In the AFC Championship, they defeated number-1 seed Kansas City Chiefs 37-31 in a thrilling overtime away victory.

How did the LA Rams get here?

The LA Rams officially have the best record in the NFL after downing the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Championship. That game featured a questionable non-call at the end that favored the Rams and ultimately won the game 26-23 in an overtime battle. In the Divisional Round, Los Angeles defeated the Dallas Cowboys 30-22 at home.

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Patriots vs Rams : 2019 Super Bowl LIII (53)

Patriots vs Rams : 2019 Super Bowl LIII (53)

Patriots vs Rams: The dividing wheel is a package, a heavyweight advance. The Kansas City Chiefs will host the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship, and the New Orleans Saints will host the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship next Sunday. We have two explosions and two fun games, and I hope to bring more entertainment next week.

Seeing Patrick Mahomes on Saturday looks like an astute veteran in the bosses’ victory. He did not make touchdown passes, but he made many wonderful pitches, and his three quarters and his side pass quickly became legendary. The Colts had the opportunity to return to the game, but the disagreement between Deeford’s undressing bags prevented them from returning to the game.

They will host a team of Patriots that absolutely destroys the Los Angeles Ray. The two teams exchanged notes to open the game, and then New England escaped by 31 consecutive points and could not touch it. This is his best performance this season and it is appropriate for the Emirates flying at high altitude.

NFC brings two moderately interesting matches, but both are the most popular. The Rams met the Cowboys on Saturday, becoming the first team to have 100 players in the playoffs since the 49ers in 2012. The Cowboys tried to counterattack with the deficit of 23-7 and reduced the lead to 8. They took the ball but They could not do anything and fell to the Rams.

The Saints lost to the Hawks 14-0 in the first quarter, but beat the opponents 20-14. In the final minutes, the Hawks fired at the Nick Falls Magic, but intercepted an interception in two minutes. The saints used their time to move forward.

The NFC Championship is scheduled for 12:05 pm. The PT was held on Sunday, January 20 at Fox, New Orleans. The AFC Championship will be held in Kansas City. It is scheduled for 3:40 p.m. PT is on the same day, but on CBS.

Patriots vs Chiefs: Live Stream, Saints vs Rams – Watch AFC Championship Game

Patriots vs Chiefs: Live Stream, Saints vs Rams – Watch AFC Championship Game

The AFC Championship Game is set and it is a doozy: Chiefs vs. Patriots is a monster any way you slice it, thanks to the fireworks we saw when the two teams met up in the regular season. That game was a shootout, a wild 43-40 Patriots victory over Kansas City. Despite the loss, the Chiefs ultimately secured home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, forcing New England to travel for the AFC Championship Game.

Kansas City needs it. The Patriots are terrifying. But the home-field advantage, coupled with how the Chiefs played on Saturday afternoon in a throttling of the Colts, has made them favorites against the Patriots in this game, which you can watch on CBS (6:40 p.m. ET next Sunday) or on CBS All Access or fuboTV, try it for free.

Patriots-Chiefs Betting Odds: Opening Spread, Trends for AFC Championship Game

Betting Odds: New England Patriots at Kansas City Chiefs

  • Odds: Chiefs -3
  • Over/Under: 57.5
  • Time: 6:40 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 20
  • TV: CBS

>> All odds as of Sunday afternoon. Download The Action Network App to get real-time odds and track your bets

The Kansas City Chiefs opened as 3-point favorites against the New England Patriots for next Sunday’s AFC Conference Championship Game.

This will be the first conference championship game the Chiefs will ever host. They beat the Colts, 31-13, for their first home playoff win since January 1994 this past Saturday.

Action Network Projections:Patriots-Chiefs

Sean Koerner, our Director of Predictive Analytics, made the following power ratings for this game on Sunday. For the most up-to-date projections, download The Action Network app.

The Rams and Saints, as the two best teams in the NFC should, will play for the conference championship Sunday. Top-seeded New Orleans earned the right to host the penultimate playoff game by beating second-seeded Los Angeles at the Superdome back in Week 9.

Not much separated the teams’ high-flying, balanced offenses in the first meeting. The Rams finished the regular season as the higher-scoring offense overall, ranked second in the NFL with 32.9 points per game. But the Saints were right behind them at 31.5 points per game. The Rams ranked No. 3 in rushing offense; the Saints were No. 6.

There was a bigger difference on the other side of the ball. The Saints ranked No. 14 in both total and scoring defense, including No. 2 against the run. The Rams were No. 19 in total, No. 20 in scoring and No. 23 against the run.

In just their second year together as Rams coach and quarterback, Sean McVay and Jared Goff are looking to advance to their first Super Bowl. Saints counterparts Sean Payton and Drew Brees are looking for a chance to win their second Super Bowl over the past 10 seasons.

Although the QBs are on the marquee, the Rams’ Todd Gurley and C.J. Anderson and the Saints’ Alvin Kamara and Mark ingram are red-hot rushing duos working behind elite offensive lines. Defensively, linemen Aaron Donald and Cameron Jordan lead star-studded casts.

Given the volume of playmakers backed by great coaching, there’s no reason this sequel in the Superdome can’t be even more compelling than the original. Here is how Sporting News’ NFL experts think the game will play out.

Rams vs. Saints: Picks, odds for NFC championship game

  • Date, time: Sun., Jan 20, 3:05 p.m. ET
  • Location: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, La.
  • TV: FOX
  • Odds: Saints -3.5; Total: 57

Vinnie Iyer: Offense has been the calling card for both the Saints and the Rams, but this game will come down to which team can play better defense. Los Angeles faces a much tougher run defense in New Orleans than the one it saw against, while the Saints get a much more favorable matchup for Kamara and Ingram.

The Saints’ secondary, which played well against the Eagles, also gets a break, as the Rams this time will be without Cooper Kupp, a key receiving factor in the first game. Meanwhile, the Rams’ corners should be having nightmares about Brees’ go-to guy, Michael Thomas. Thomas posted 12 catches for 211 yards against them in Week 9 and just burned the Eagles for 12 catches for 171 yards.

McVay’s team will move the ball with Gurley, Robert Woods and former Saint Brandin Cooks, but the coach can’t cover up his team’s numerous defensive deficiencies away from Donald. The Saints are solid and deep on every level, even after the big blow of losing tackle Sheldon Rankins in the divisional round.

Los Angeles and New Orleans match each other for the most part on offense and special teams, but give Brees the edge over Goff at QB, and the Saints will play better situational defense. The Superdome crowd also will provide a big boost as the Saints march on to that other Mercedes-Benz venue in Atlanta.

Pick: Saints, 38-30

NFL playoffs 2019 : Live Stream Eagles vs Saints, Cowboys vs Rams

NFL playoffs 2019 : Live Stream Eagles vs Saints, Cowboys vs Rams

NFL playoffs 2019: Updated betting lines, schedule, matchups, times, channels, divisional playoffs | Eagles vs. Saints, Cowboys vs. Rams, Chargers vs. Patriots, Colts vs. Chiefs

Cowboys vs. Rams odds, line: 2019 NFL divisional round picks, playoff predictions by advanced model on 16-6 run

Wild card weekend began with the Indianapolis Colts, the No. 6 seed in the AFC, upsetting the Houston Texans, the No. 3 seed after winning the AFC South division title, 21-7, on Saturday at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.

That followed with the Dallas Cowboys, the No. 4 seed in the NFC, beating the Seattle Seahawks, 24-22, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

On Sunday, the Los Angeles Chargers, the No. 5 seed in the AFC, defeated the Baltimore Ravens, the No. 4 seed as the AFC North champions, 23-17, at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md.

The late game featured the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles, the No. 6 seed in the NFC, upsetting the Chicago Bears, the No. 3 seed as the NFC North champions, 16-15, at Soldier Field.

Here is the latest on playoff matchups and schedules:


No. 1. New Orleans Saints (13-3, NFC South): First-round bye, home-field advantage

No. 2. Los Angeles Rams (13-3, NFC West): First-round bye

No. 3 Chicago Bears (12-4, NFC North): Lost to Eagles, 16-15

No. 4 Dallas Cowboys (10-6, NFC East): Defeated Seahawks, 24-22

No. 5 Seattle Seahawks (10-6, wild card): Lost to Cowboys, 24-22

No. 6 Philadelphia Eagles (9-7, wild card): Defeated Bears, 16-15


No. 1. Kansas City Chiefs (12-4, AFC West): First-round bye, home-field advantage

No. 2. New England Patriots (11-5, AFC East): First-round bye

No. 3. Houston Texans (11-5, AFC South): Lost to Colts, 21-7

No. 4 Baltimore Ravens (10-6, AFC North): Lost to Chargers, 23-17

No. 5 Los Angeles Chargers (12-4, wild card): Defeated Ravens, 23-17

No. 6. Indianapolis Colts (10-6, wild card): Defeated Texans, 21-7

Saturday, Jan. 5

4:35 p.m. Colts def. Texans, 21-7, on ESPN/ABC

8:15 p.m. Cowboys def. Seahawks, 24-22, on FOX

Sunday, Jan. 6

1:05 p.m. Chargers def. Ravens, 23-17, on CBS

4:40 p.m. Eagles def. Bears, 16-15, on NBC

Divisional playoffs schedule (betting lines via FanDuel):

Saturday, Jan. 12

4:35 p.m. Colts @ Chiefs (-5, over/under 57) on NBC

8:15 p.m. Cowboys @ Rams (-7.5, over/under 49) on FOX

Sunday, Jan. 13

1:05 p.m. Chargers @ Patriots (-4, over/under 47) on CBS

4:40 p.m. Eagles @ Saints (-8, over/under 51) on FOX

Conference championships schedule:

Sunday, Jan. 20

3:05 p.m. NFC Championship on FOX

6:40 p.m. AFC Championship on CBS

Super Bowl schedule:

Sunday, Feb. 3

6:30 p.m. Super Bowl LIII on CBS at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Ga.

What time does the Super Bowl start 2019, Date & TV Channel

What time does the Super Bowl start 2019, Date & TV Channel
SEATTLE, WA - DECEMBER 03: Running back Jay Ajayi #36 of the Philadelphia Eagles rushes against defensive tackle Jarran Reed #90 of the Seattle Seahawks and K.J. Wright #50 at CenturyLink Field on December 3, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr /Getty Images)

The annual NFL championship game Super Bowl will come again in early 2019. It’s the largest sporting events for US-based fans. Super Bowl 2019 would be the peak or the final game of NFL regular season 2018. The Super Bowl 2019 would be the Super Bowl LIII also marking the 53rd years of the event for sure. The Super Bowl 2019 would be the most anticipated sporting event in the upcoming year

The Super Bowl has never been absent since it’s launched for the first time in 1967. The franchise uses the Roman numeration to enumerate the Super Bowl. That’s why the Super Bowl 2019 would be the Super Bowl LIII or 53. Don’t get confused with the numbering, let’s have a look at the Super Bowl 2019 updates by far.

When is Super Bowl 2019?

The Super Bowl 2019 has set the date on Sunday, February 3, 2019, and take places at the home of the Falcons, Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta for sure. The Stadium would be at its third year of the operation year since it’s launched for NFL regular season 2017. The Super Bowl 2019 would be the first Super Bowl held in the Stadium and the third of Atlanta’s host. The tickets are already available for sale on the official ticket box for sure, secure your seat now at the Stadium.

TV Channe

CBS will televise Super Bowl 2019 and broadcast the event live for US residents. In fact, CBS is the only confirmed TV channel to broadcast Super Bowl 2019 and the only way you can watch the event from TV screen by far. So, if you’re going to watch Super Bowl 2019 from your TV screen instead of from the Stadium, ensure that you have CBS channel in your TV. However, the kick off time and the broadcast time is still to be announced. Stay tuned for the kick off updates.

How To Watch

Watching the Super Bowl 2019 from your TV is certainly an orthodox way but not the only way. CBS networks also stream Super Bowl 2019 on the CBS All Access. CBS networks have been the official partners of the NFL and you can watch and stream football game on CBSSports.com. However, you’ll need to have CBS All Access to unlock the Super Bowl 2019 live stream option. At this point, you should navigate to CBS All Access site and make your account. There will be some access plans with a different price to purchase and you should choose the one that meets your need. Once you’ve completed your purchase, you’ll be able to watch the Super Bowl 2019 live stream from your browser. Ensure that you have a stable internet connection for the best Super Bowl 2019 live stream experience.

Patriots, Steelers, Eagles, Vikings, Packers, Saints, and the Falcons are the most favorites in sequences. There will be some time for the confirmation, would the Falcons plays and host Super Bowl 2019 at their home? Stay tuned for more Super Bowl 2019 updates.

Super Bowl 2019 – How To Watch Super Bowl LIII

Super Bowl 2019 – How To Watch Super Bowl LIII

Naturally, on top of the television broadcast, there will be a great deal of online services offering Super Bowl live streaming, but most of these services are geo-restricted and only available in the USA. If you want to watch the Super Bowl 2019 online from outside the US, you will need alternative methods, and this is where we step in.

Where will the Super Bowl 2019 be broadcasted

These are the online services which will stream the Super Bowl 2019:

All these services are geo restricted and only available in the USA or the UK. In order to be able to enjoy the Super Bowl 2019 live streaming, you will need a Smart DNS.

How to bypass geo-restrictions and watch the Super Bowl 2019 live online

With CactusVPN, this is quick and easy. You just need to follow a couple of steps:

You definitely shouldn’t miss this amazing match and the incredible pre-game and halftime shows. For over 50 years, the Super Bowl has been the most watched event in the United States and for good reason. Don’t miss out!

What devices can the Super Bowl 2019 be watched with CactusVPN?

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When will the Super Bowl 2019 be broadcasted and streamed?

The most expected match of the year will take place on the 3rd of February.

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What is the Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl is an annual event of the National Football League. It is the culmination of the regular football season and it is the annual championship of the NFL.

If you want to know how to watch the Super Bowl 2019 online, that is just common sense right there. Because since January 1967 when the first Super Bowl was played, this is the most expected and watched football match of the year.

This event was created as part of a merger between the NFL and AFL (American Football League), which were rival leagues in 1967. The agreement was to have the two leagues’ champion teams play against each other until the official merger was finalised in 1970.

Since the Super Bowl has been for many years the most watched American television broadcast, it has become an unofficial holiday in the USA (Super Bowl Sunday). After Thanksgiving, it is the second largest day for food consumption and before the game and during halftime ceremonies popular singers and musicians perform, including names like Michael Jackson, Prince, The Rolling Stones. Madonna, Paul McCartney, the Who and many others.

It is definitely a huge event every year, and 2019 is no exception. The Super Bowl 2019 (or Super Bowl LII) will take place on the 3rd of February at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

In 2019, following Justin Timberlake’s performance from 2018, Maroon 5 will be performing the Pepsi Super Bowl LII Halftime Show.


Watch Super Bowl 2019 Live Stream, Start Time, TV Coverage

Watch Super Bowl 2019 Live Stream, Start Time, TV Coverage

We are on the road to the 53rd Super Bowl, the National Football League (NFL) championship game which will be held on February 3, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. The Super Bowl 2019 game will be televised on CBS TV network partners of the NFL in USA.

You know that Super Bowl is the most prestigious championship game in United States of America and also one of the biggest sporting events in the world. This game is watched by millions of people and is the largest event during the NFL season. The Super Bowl 2019 will be held on Sunday and will take place in Atlanta at the Mercedes Benz Stadium. Even if a subscriber does not have cable television they can still stream this game online.

Upcoming Super Bowl Locations

The 2019 Super Bowl (Super Bowl LIII or 53rd) will be played at U Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home of the Atlanta Falcons, on Sunday, February 3, 2019.

Super Bowl 2019 Start Time

The NFL Super Bowl since 2003 has taken place during the first week of February and will take place in Atlanta at Mercedes-Benz Stadium is on Sunday, February 3rd and Kickoff time would be at 6:30 pm ET (that’s 11:30 pm GMT and 3:30 pm PT). You can watch the Super Bowl 2019 on CBS or your CBSSports or the multiple other ways to tune-in.

Super Bowl Tickets – 2019 Super Bowl

Super Bowl 52 will be in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2018. On Location Experiences is your only source for official Super Bowl verified tickets with exact seat locations from the NFL.

When was the very first super bowl hold, who played!

The very first Super Bowl championship game held in Los Angeles California on January 15, 1967. The game was the first league Championship event between the AFL and the NFL between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers. The Pittsburgh Steelers hold the record for most wins with 6 victories, while the New England Patriots are up to 5

How many viewers are watching NFL each year?

Since NFL championship outset the Super Bowl has grown to be the most watched sporting event in the history of the United State of America with over 100 million viewers watching the game on television each year.

Who’s performing at the 2019 Super Bowl half-time show in Atlanta?

The NFL association has not announced who should perform at halftime in the Super Bowl in Atlanta? Voting is on when it be announced we will post it to you and also the national anthem singer.

How to watch super bowl 2019 live on CBS All Access?

At first you need to Signing up is simple as well. Click here if you want to go straight to the free one-week trial, and input the proper information below.

Watch Super Bowl 2019 Live Stream

What Devices can i watch super bowl game on?

You can currently watch Super Bowl game on all devices that support live TV. Please note that due to streaming rights, some times the game cannot be viewed on mobile phones until after the conclusion of the game.

There will be many different ways that a subscriber will be able to live stream the Super Bowl 2019. Many people no longer paying for cable and they do not want to sign up with a cable contract in order to watch the Super Bowl. They can go to the internet and stream this game as well as all the pre game and the post game events.

If you’re away from the TV or prefer the internet CBS is streaming the Super Bowl game (and commercials) for free through both the CBS and CBS Sports apps and websites. Typically you’d need a cable subscription login to get access, but CBS is letting everyone watch for free.

Simply head over to CBS.com or CBSSports.com, and you’ll be able to catch the SuperBowl 2019 liveonline. If you’re using a connected device download the CBS app, click on the stream, and you’re all set. You can even watch on your laptop and connect it to your big screen with HDMI.

Download the CBS Sports app for Android, iOS, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Xbox, Windows, or Amazon Fire TV. (Click any link to download the app you need)

If you have an iPad or Android tablet simply download the CBS or CBS Sports app to tune-in.

How to Watch the 2019 Super Bowl on Any Smartphone

Starting in January of 2019, and moving forward, you can watch Super Bowl game on any smartphone, regardless of your carrier. In previous years, you were only able to watch if you were a Verizon customer. That’s no longer the case.

As a result, anyone on any smartphone can watch Super Bowl 53 live with NFL Mobile or Verizon’s Yahoo Sports. Or hey, you can always buy actual tickets to Super Bowl LIII for only $3,000.

Download NFL Mobile – Android or iOS, or Yahoo Sports – Android or iOS

Just download the app on your phone, pull it up, and tab the “Watch” button. This will use your data plan, so a WiFi connection is highly recommended.

We have also more guides you need to know. Basically, you can watch the Super Bowl game on TV, on a computer, any connected device, or your phone, tablet, or laptop using CBS apps, NFL Mobile, or Yahoo Sports. Pretty simple, right? Of course, there are a few other options available. You can try to tune-in and watch the big game using Playstation Vue, DirecTV Now, Sling TV, YouTube TV, Fubu TV, or Hulu with Live TV, to name a few.

This game is scheduled for February 3rd, 2019 which may seem like a long time away for some people but it is never too early to find out how to live stream the Super Bowl. For the 2019 game the cable station CBS will be hosting it. As CBS airs the game live on television a subscribers will be able to watch it over the internet as well. CBS will be streaming the game from CBS All Access. This can be found on their website. In addition to watching the game on CBS a fan will be able to stream it on CBSSports.com. When watching it on the sports site the connection will be more secure. There are some others ways that a person can stream the live happenings from the Super Bowl as well. People that access TV stations though other means such as the PlayStation Vue will also have access to this game. Fubo TV will be showing the live action of the Super Bowl as it is happening as well. DirectTV now which can be accessed through smartphones and other devices will be airing the Super Bowl live as all of the action happens. Sling TV is another popular option as an alternative to cable TV.

This streaming service will keep viewers happy by showing the live action. In addition to these options a person can see the game from their Apple TV. Apple televisions are becoming more and more popular. The Fire TV is also increasing in popularity and will allow a person to stream a number of different live events including the Super Bowl. These are some of the options that will allow a person to watch the Super Bowl through live streaming. With all of these different streaming options a person does not have to worry about missing the big game just because they do not have cable television. Some of these services do require a paid subscription and others are free to use as long as a person has an internet connection.

Watching the Super Bowl Live on CBS All Access

If you are looking forward to watch the Super Bowl on CBS All Access you need to go to the landing page which can be found on the CBS website and pick a plan. The good thing is there is a free one week trail that you can sign up for. If the subscribers do not want to continue the service after this trail period a person needs to cancel before this period ends. On the Sunday of the Super Bowl a person will go to the CBS All Access site and click on the Super Bowl. When they see the Super Bowl they will need to sign into the account with the user name and the password that they have created. This will allow access to the super bowl live stream. They will be able to watch the pre game show as well. The exact times of the game have not yet been determined but the times will be posted prior to the game. Here a person will be able to stream the game as it happens live including the commercials and the half time show. They will be able to see the replays as well as hear the commentators give their play by play on all of the events. All fan needs is a good connection to the internet to access CBS All Access. In addition to hosing the Super Bowl live online will be able to watch different NFL games during the year if they want to have a paid subscription. The Super Bowl will be included in this. If they do not want to watch the other games using all access the trail for the Super Bowl will allow them to stream the game and not miss a moment of the action.

How to watch Super Bowl live on Play Station Vue

Play Station Vue is one of the best and dependable streaming services that will be airing the Super Bowl and all of the events. They will also be hosting the pre game show as well as the post game action. Play Station view is a paid streaming service that is an alternative to cable. A subscriber will need to go onto their view account and find CBS. They will then be able to stream the game live. Since this is through the Play Station users will need this game device to be able to access the game. They will need to have the Vue service as well as internet connection so that they can connect to the stream. This device is able to support live TV and a person does have access to all of the cable stations including the host of the Super Bowl, CBS. If you do not have a subscription to this service there are times when they can get a free 5 day trail. If a person is lucky they can get a trail of this service and stream the Super Bowl without having to pay for it. CBS is available is most local markets so access to the game is not a problem.

How to watch Super Bowl live on Fubo TV

Fubo TV is another streaming service where any NFl fan will be able to watch not only the Super Bowl without cable but also the have the rights of all NFL games TV stream. This streaming service is dedicated to sports. A fuboTV holder will be able to see all the major games with their subscription and no cable TV is needed. There is even an app that goes with Fubo TV that can be downloaded on the smartphone or a tablet. This way you can watch the big game even if you are on the go. NFL lover can stream the game on the app if they are not going to be home. If a person is home they will also be able to access the game. Many people chose to subscribe to this streaming service because they can see a number of sporting events. For those that just want to see the Super Bowl they can get a free 7 day trail of this service. If a person is not able to access the game they can record it on the Cloud DVR Space provided by this streaming service and watch is as soon as they can. By then they may already have heard who the winner of the game was.

How to watch Super Bowl live on Direct TV Now

Direct TV offers a new streaming service for those that do not want cable. This streaming service is designed for people that are on the go. They can stream the shows that they want from their computer of their smart device. There are a number of different packages to select from. A person will be able to access the Super Bowl with the basic package from this service. They will need to go to the Direct TV Now page and then log in. A person will then be able to stream the game live by going to CBS on their basic package. The same thing can be done with their smart device. Many people like this service since there is no annual contract. Like many other streaming services a user can sign up for a free 7 day trail. They can then watch the Super Bowl as part of this trail. Since the game will be hosted on network TV they will have access to it and will not have to pay for additional packages or services. Pre and post game action will also be shown live here and a person will even see the commercials.

How to watch Super Bowl live on Sling TV

Sling TV is another streaming service that will allow a person to watch Super Bowl 19 live without cable. This is another streaming service that allows customers to watch live TV including all the major sporting events such as the Super Bowl. In order to get the game a customer must have the Sling Blue package. When attempting to watch the Super Bowl with Sling a person has to be careful of the area that they live in. There are only some cities that will allow a person to have access to the game. There have been many customers that are not happy with this arrangement since they can get the regular CBS station as part of their sling package. Sling is looking to add access to the Super Bowl so that a person will be able to watch the game with their Sling subscription no matter where they live. In this case all they would need to go is to log on to the sling account for access to the big game. This will lead to happier customers since they will be able to watch one of the biggest events in sports that will be streamed live right to them.

How to watch Super Bowl live on on Other Streaming Services

There are some other streaming services that can be used to watch the Super Bowl in 2019 as well. They include the Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, and the Fire TV. All of these services do require an internet connection and unlike some of these services they are free to use and stream the game. CBS as well as CBS Sports is going to stream this game. Now a football fan can log on to any of these services and go right to the CBS channel. From that channel they will be able to watch the game. All of these services will work in a similar manner so it does not matter which one a football fan has. They will turn their device on and go to CBS at the time of the game in order to see it being played live. They will even be able to see all of the commercials, half time show, and post game events. No cable connect is needed. With these services it is recommended that a football fan has a good internet connection so that they do not experience any interruptions with the game. While the stream is good a football fan may be a couple of seconds behind the cable broadcast of the game. For many people a couple of seconds is no big deal but it may be wise to stay off of Twitter for a couple of seconds after a big play or a score. Either way a football fan will be able to see the game while it is happening and they will not have to worry about paying for cable television subscription. If a football fan has a smart phone they will even be able to download an app so they can see the Super Bowl on the go.

How to watch Super Bowl live on Hulu

Your Hulu with Live TV subscription gets you access to Super Bowl on CBS TV channel. Enter your ZIP code to see if your local CBS affiliate is available live in your area. The Super Bowl game may vary depending on your location and may be subject to blackouts.

Now an nfl fan can watch the Super Bowl live from anywhere with these streaming services. They can watch the Super Bowl live from their home computer. If a nfl fan is on the go they can download the app for any of these streaming services and watch the game no matter where they are as long as they have a connection to the internet. An nfl fan can always log onto the CBS website and watch the game live while it is happening. If they have a streaming service they can do the same thing and access to CBS in this manner. Super Bowl 2019 will be one of the biggest sporting events of the year and people are already making plans to watch it. Many of the streaming sites include the Super Bowl as part of their subscription and a nfl fan may even be able to take part of the free trail if they are looking to test out the streaming service for the game. This game can now be streamed no matter where an nfl fan is as long as they have a device that is able to connect to the internet.

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2019 Super Bowl LIII broadcasting info and Halftime Show

2019 Super Bowl LIII broadcasting info and Halftime Show

The Pepsi 2019 Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show

The LIII Super Bowl 2019 football game and Halftime Show will be held on Sunday, at 6:30 PM EST, February 3, 2019 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Date: February 3, 2019
Venue: Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Director: Hamish Hamilton
Sponsor: Pepsi
Headliner: Will be officially announced soon
Live stream: FuboTV streaming.

The Rolling Stone, New York Times, Billboard and some other media have reported that the Maroon 5 with Cardi B and Travis Scott will be the headliner of the super bowl 2019 but not been officially announced. However the Pepsi Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show will take place on Sunday February 3, 2019 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia and the super bowl game will be televised nationally on CBS network.

The 2019 Super Bowl LIII is the NFL championship deciding game of the 2018-19 football season. As the name implies it will be the 53rd of such fixtures to be played as the NFL championship deciders. The city chosen to host Super Bowl LIII is Atlanta, Mercedes-Benz Arena, Georgia.

It is the third time that Atlanta has been given the honor of playing host to the Super Bowl final. The first final to be played there was Super Bowl XXVIII in 1994, and then Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000. Both finals were played in the Georgia Dome. The new Mercedes – Benz Arena will host the event for the first time in its short history.

Playing host to any Super Bowl is an honor to any city, with the NFL tending to select the city three or four years before the event is due to take place. Cities are asked to bid to host the Super Bowl final, with the NFL selecting one bid from one of four bidding cities. Atlanta had to beat bids from Miami, New Orleans, and Tampa. There has already been a change to the next super Bowls as the new stadium in Los Angeles will not be ready in time for hosting the 2020 final.

2019 Super Bowl LIII broadcasting info

There will be live TV coverage of Super Bowl LIII, which will be hosted by the CBS Network, the first one it will broadcast since Super Bowl L. Atlanta will also play host to the very first Bud Light Music Fest over three nights, which will feature acts including Aerosmith and Bruno Mars.

What TV network is the super bowl 2019 game on?

The Super Bowl televise rights have three TV networks which are annual basis rotated by CBS, Fox and NBC.

The Super Bowl 53 game date on February 3, 2019 live stream on CBS network, Play-by-play announcers by Jim Nantz, color commentators is Tony Romo, sideline reporters is Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn, Pregame hosts by James Brown, Pregame analysts by Bill Cowher, Nate Burleson, Boomer Esiason and Phil Simms and Trophy presentation by Jim Nantz.

How to listen super bowl LIII game

The super bowl LIII game will be networked by Westwood One, Play-by-play announcers by Kevin Harlan, color commentators is Kurt Warner, sideline reporters are Ed Werder and Tony Boselli and studio hosts by Jim Gray and Scott Graham.

Super bowl 2019 location

The Mercedes-Benz Arena in Atlanta was awarded Super Bowl LIII in 2016, when the NFL also picked the venues for the next three Super Bowls after it. The new arena was completed in 2017 and is in its second season of being a venue for NFL football matches.