The New England Patriots are set on a head-on collision course with the Atlanta Falcons for Super Bowl 51. The biggest football game of the year will be on Feb. 5, 6:30 p.m. ET at NRG Stadium in Houston.

Lady Gaga will make the whole stadium "Applause" or make everyone "Speechless" during the Super Bowl LI halftime show. She might bring "You and I" to the "Disco Heaven," just say "Come to Mama," or make football fans "Dance in the Dark" whether you’re "Beautiful, Dirty, Rich" or just "Eh, Eh." Whatever she will do, surely the pop icon will give us a "Million Reasons" to be glued to the screen. [Did you see what we did there?]

Watch Super Bowl On TV

Fox will broadcast the game with Troy Aikman and Joe Buck commenting from the booth and Chris Myers and Erin Andrews speaking from the sidelines. The game will be shown for free so you don’t have to spend a dime but for fans who want to watch the Super Bowl without cable, you might need an antenna for that TV set.

How To Stream Super Bowl 2017

If for some reason you’re not home and cannot watch the game on TV, there are several options to watch the game.

Those whose only option is either a desktop computer or a laptop can visit the website of Fox Sports Go and watch Super Bowl 2017 online for free.

Football fans can also download the Fox Sports Go app and enjoy the matchup between the best quarterbacks this season, Tom Brady and Matt Ryan, on their iOS, Android, or Amazon tablets.

Likewise, the Fox Sports Go app is also available for Xbox One, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, or Roku. PS4 and PS3 users can get a free trial of PlayStation Vue to watch the Super Bowl on Fox. Another option is to use Sling TV and make the most of its seven-day free trial.

You can also stream Super Bowl 51 using the NFL Mobile App if you are a customer of Verizon Wireless.

If you have the hardware for virtual reality, here’s how to do it if you want to see the big game using VR.

Super Bowl 2017 Predictions: Patriots Or Falcons?

Who will be the winner of this year’s Super Bowl?

Jeffri Chadiha of picks the New England Patriots over the Atlanta Falcons.

“As much as people talk about Atlanta's offense, the Patriots did rank third in the league in scoring at 27.6 points per game. That explosiveness and New England's experience on this stage will be problematic for the Falcons,” writes Chadiha.

Shaun O’Hara, also from, predicts the Falcons will take home the Vince Lombardi Trophy this year.

“Tevin Coleman will be the deciding factor with a game-changing play,” says O’Hara

Andrew Gould of Bleacher Report analyzed the odds and claims it will be Patriots over Falcons.

David White of the New York Times picks the Falcons and sees the championship as Ryan’s show.

Meanwhile, Madden NFL 17 predicts the Patriots will defeat the Falcons 27-24, giving Tom Brady his fifth ring. Don’t forget how it missed last year.

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