Everything You Need To Know For Super Bowl 2019: Start Time, How To Watch, Odds And Fun Facts

Super Bowl 53 has finally arrived. It has been exactly 150 days since the 2018-2019 NFL season commenced and after 16 rigorous games over 17 weeks where 32 teams clawed to get into the playoffs. Now only two teams remain to have the prestigious opportunity to become history by winning Super Bowl LIII. Today, February 3, 2019, the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams will collide to see who will raise the Vince Lombardi Trophy in victory on Super Bowl Sunday.

WHEN: Kickoff time is 6:30 p.m. ET

WHERE: Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta is the home to the Falcons that was built in 2017 holds 75,000 and is indoors so weather is not a factor


HOW TO WATCH ONLINE: CBSSports.com and sign up for a free trial of CBS All Access

HOW TO WATCH ON YOUR PHONE: Use the NFL App on Apple iOS and Android OR the Yahoo Sports App for Apple iOS and Android

HOW TO WATCH ON YOUR SMART TV: Use the CBS Sports App on Xbox, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, and Roku

ANNOUNCERS: Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (color commentator), Tracy Wolfson/Evan Washburn (sideline reporters)


HALFTIME SHOW: Maroon 5 with support from Atlanta rapper Big Boi and Travis Scott

ODDS: The New England Patriots are favored by 2.5 points over the Los Angeles Rams

MORE ODDS: New England is 10-7 against the spread when they’ve been favored this season

MORE ODDS: BETDAQ, Betfair Exchange, Royal Panda and Sky Bet give Patriots a 58 percent chance of winning

OVER/UNDER: 56 points

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  • Over 100 million people are expected to watch Super Bowl 53, in 2018 there were 103 million viewers and in 2017 there were 111 million people watching
  • There is expected to be 200,000 Uber and Lyft pickups from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport in the 10 days leading up to Super Bowl Sunday
  • The Patriots haven’t scored a touchdown in the first quarter of a Super Bowl under Bill Belichick and only scored in the first quarter of the Super Bowl last year with a field goal
  • Super Bowl LIII marks the 11th appearance by the Patriots, most in the league, the Steelers, Cowboys and Broncos have made eight SB appearances
  • This is the third-straight Super Bowl appearance for the Patriots, a feat only acheived by the the Miami Dolphins (1971-73) and Buffalo Bills (1990-93)
  • This is a rematch of 2002’s Super Bowl XXXVI where first-year quarterback Tom Brady led the Patriots on a game-winning drive to upset the favored Rams
  • This is Tom Brady’s ninth Super Bowl, he already owns the record for Super Bowl appearances
  • If the Patriots win, Tom Brady will set the record for the most Super Bowl wins by a player with six SB championships, he is currently tied with Charles Haley
  • If the Patriots win, 41-year-old Tom Brady will be the oldest quarterback to win a Super Bowl, beating Peyton Manning who was 39
  • If New England wins, Belichick will become the oldest coach to win a Super Bowl title at 66 years and 293 days
  • If Los Angeles wins, Sean McVay will become the youngest coach to win a Super Bowl title at 33 years and 10 days