The Super Bowl is almost here, and here's how you can watch.
Super Bowl 49 is just about here. The Pro Bowl is a thing of the past, we've had Media Day and the last thing remaining is the NFL Honors show on Saturday. The big game between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks (if you hadn't heard) is set for Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET.
New England and Seattle are both the top seeds in their respective conferences. The Patriots took down the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round and the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship to make it this far. The Seahawks beat the Carolina Panthers in the divisional round and the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship to advance.
While Seattle and New England are capable on both sides of the ball, there has been a lot of attention paid to the matchup between Tom Brady and the New England offense going against Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and the No. 1 ranked Seattle defense. There is some familiarity between the sides as the Patriots and Seahawks played during the 2012 regular season. Brady threw for 395 yards, but needed 58 attempts and also tossed two interceptions. Sherman and Thomas each picked him off once. Seattle rallied from down 13 points with a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns giving Seattle a 24-23 win. ...more