How on earth is Tom Brady back in the Super Bowl?!
TB12’s presence might be too big a turnoff for Colts fans, but he can’t be around forever…right?
Plus, is anyone really going to avoid watching the big game just because that man is involved once again? Despising him is half the fun, right?
Though this season looks a lot different than any other we’ve ever experienced, and the 2021 edition of a Super Bowl party should look a lot more isolated than ever before, there’s no way we’re not tuning in to give all-time ratings to the big game.
So, where can you find this year’s Bowl? No need to fumble with the remote while wiping off your Cheeto-dusted fingers; we’ve got you covered.
How to watch Super Bowl LV online
This year’s Super Bowl LV — that’s 55, my goodness — will take place on Sun. Feb. 7, and will be broadcast live from Tampa, FL, a home game for Mr. Brady.
Though CBS broadcast Patriots-Rams back in 2019, they traded with NBC (seriously) and changed the typical three-year cycle to put Tony Romo and Jim Nantz on this one, too. If you’ve cut the cord, you could check out FuboTV to get access and begin a seven-day free trial in time to enjoy this clash of the GOATs.
Will Brady capture ring No. 7? Or will Mahomes get his second, adding a significant piece of early hardware to his argument down the road?
You won’t know unless you watch! Well, you probably still will, but you won’t enjoy the spectacle as much.
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