The LIII edition of the Super Bowl is almost upon us. The NFL season comes to a close on February 3 at the Mercedez-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Fans of both LA Rams and New England Patriots can watch the Live event streaming on Potato Streams.
Super Bowl LIII will surpass the popularity of previous events
Per ESPN, even the non-competitive Pro Bowl has been gathering throngs of supporters. Kansas City and Pittsburgh lead the viewership ratings on television, which amassed about 8 million eyeballs. The Super Bowl will easily surpass it, especially given the number of channels that will be broadcasting.
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Stadium-goers will find it cold out
Remember the ‘snow-jam’ that brought Atlanta to a halt in 2014? It has returned just in time for the Superbowl. As such, countless flights in and around Delta are being aggressively cancelled. Weather conditions have deteriorated and ice is taking centre-stage. The Pro-Bowl was played in rain, and the stadium will likely have to use its retractable roof to keep fans away from the biting cold. If it’s too bad out there, just grab some drinks, sit on your sofa and install Potato Streams. Watch the game from the safety and comfort of your home.
What’s being said before the Super Bowl
There’s all sorts of documentaries and commentaries airing before the Super Bowl. Advertisers are spending their advertising dollars to buy some of the most costly advertising on the planet. Players and supporters from both the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots are doing every bit they can to gain the upper hand on their opponents. It’s all coming together well.
Nickell Robey-Coleman recently took potshots at the in-form Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady.
“Age has definitely taken a toll, For him to still be doing it, that’s a great compliment for him. But I think that he’s definitely not the same quarterback he was.”
-Robey-Coleman via the Bleacher Report
Soon after, however, he faced backlash and traced his feet back in.
“I respect him as the G.O.A.T. (greatest of all time) He is the legend. And I think words got misconstrued, and they got spinned out of context.”
Brady will certainly have the extra motivation to win it for the Patriots after being discounted by an opponent. Making a performance even sweeter will be the fact that he can overtake Colts’ veteran quarterback Manning as the oldest quarterback to win the Super Bowl. Will revenge be served to Coleman? Will Brady crumple under the weight of expectations, or as some would say, under his own age? There’s only one way to know.
You can watch the Super Bowl stream live on your smartphone
The Super Bowl LIII will be played in Atlanta, Georgia. However, a lot more Americans would like to catch up, even if they are not in the stadium. People who wish to watch it live should mark the following to their calendar:
Kick-off: February 3, 6:30 PM ET
Super Bowl Television Coverage: CBS/ BBC & Sky Sports (UK)
Radio: Westwood One(English)/ ESPN Deportes (Spanish)
If you can’t get your hands on television broadcasting the massive Super Bowl, you will be able to watch it for free on Potato Streams, which has streamed every game since the Playoffs started. It’s installation is simple and you will be notified before kickoff so that you don’t miss a minute of the action.
So whether you are a Rams fan or a Patriots fan, Potato Streams can come in handy for the Superbowl. A wide array of popular American sports is streamed live on the app, including PPV boxing fights. You do not want to miss out on this.