Super Bowl 51 schedule: Date, TV channel, time for Patriots vs. Falcons

Super Bowl 51 The last two storms were dominated by Deflategate’s speeches, and after the Patriots had their quarterback suspended for four games earlier this year, are now officially a game to get the final revenge NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
If the Patriots can shoot the Falcons in the Super Bowl LI, prepare the ground for what could be the most uncomfortable ceremonial trophies of all time, as Goodell will have to deliver the Lombardi trophy to Tom Brady, the owner of the Robert Patriots coach Bill Belichick Kraft.

Super Bowl 51

The trophy is usually the owner, but would not be a surprise to see Kraft deferring to Brady, especially since Brady was forced to miss the first four games of the 2016 season through punishment by Deflategate Goodell.
Taking the Lombardi trophy will not be easy though. If Belichick and the Patriots want to bring back their fifth trophy, they will have to shoot down the high-flying Falcons.

In the past six weeks, the Falcons have been blowing for all Atlanta has scored at least 33 points in each of their last six games, including four games in the regular season and two playoff games.

Of course, the Super Bowl is different. Many teams have struggled because the weather is too big, something the Falcons will have to avoid. Super Bowl 51 The match against the Patriots will mark the first appearance of Atlanta in the Super Bowl of a 34-19 defeat against the Broncos in Super Bowl XXXIII in January of 1999.
The game will also mark an opportunity to avenge Falcons coach Dan Quinn. Before taking the job in Atlanta, Quinn was with the Seahawks. In his final game with Seattle, Quinn was the defensive coordinator at the super Bowl XLIX, who ended up losing the Quinn team to the Patriots when the Seahawks decided not to give the Marshawn Lynch ball into the backyard.
On the sidelines of the Patriots, Belichick will be training in his seventh Super Bowl of the NFL. Belichick had kept a sixth record with Don Shula, but now he has it for himself.
Brady never lost the Falcons and Matt Ryan never beat the Patriots, but that could change in the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Here’s a look at the Super Bowl schedule, as well as a brief summary of every playoff game that brought us to this point.

Super Bowl LI

From Monday, January 30

Opening Night, 20:00 ET (NFL Network): For the second consecutive year, the Super Bowl festivities begin with Media Day being transferred to primetime. If Brady asks about Deflategate, come here. Super Bowl 51 Almost all journalists requesting credentials, which means that we could see some wild questions posed to the Patriots and Falcons players.

Sunday, 5 February

Super Bowl 51 New England Vs. Atlanta at NRG Stadium in Houston, 18:30 ET (Fox): The last game of the NFL season will offer a fireworks display, as we will be receiving the high scoring team in the NFC at Atlanta Points in part), against the team that scored the highest in the AFC in New England (27.6). This will be the ninth presentation of the Super Bowl Patriots will beat the historic record they had with the Cowboys, Broncos and Steelers. As for the Falcons, they are a bit more recent in this thing than the Super Bowl. The game against New England marks the second time in franchise history that the Falcons reached the Super Bowl (lost in 1998).
Note: You can see the results of all games in the 2016 qualifying season below.

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