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How to watch Super Bowl LI, Patriots vs. Falcons: time, TV, streaming, odds

Super Bowl LI is officially here as the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots gear up for the biggest game of the year. NFL MVP Matt Ryan will attempt to lead the Falcons to their first championship in franchise history, while Tom Brady -- who finished second in MVP voting -- will look to win his fifth. This clash of offensive powerhouses will make for what's expected to be a close, exciting game in Houston.

New England Patriots at Atlanta Falcons: Sunday, February 5 at 6 p.m. ET (FOX) -- Streaming on FOX Sports GO

Odds: New England Patriots (-3). Over/Under: 58

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