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Super Bowl 2015: Gametime, TV Schedule, odds, injury report, and more

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Everything fans need to know to watch the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots in the Super Bowl.

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Super Bowl XLIX (or 49, if you're Roman-averse) will feature the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks, two teams who have gotten this far through a potent mix of talent, strong play, luck and smugness.

The playoffs have given us some very good games thus far, and chances are this Super Bowl will be considerably less lopsided than the one before it. Chances are Dan Quinn will bolt Seattle for Atlanta immediately after this, and the most optimistic among us hope he'll bring a strong defense like the Seahawks' with him. For the Patriots, this is potentially the last shot for Tom Brady and Bill Belichick to win a Super Bowl before that dynamic duo breaks up. Those are cool story lines, but what has Marshawn Lynch been up to at press conferences, am I right?

This has been a rough season for Falcons fans and the NFL, more generally, given the number of scandals both real and manufactured the league has gone through. This is our last chance to watch football until August, however, and in case you needed reminded, February is perhaps the single slowest month of the year on the news front. Treasure this moment.

Everything you need to properly watch the game is listed below.

Who:

Seattle Seahawks (14-4) vs. New England Patriots (14-4)

Game time:

Sunday, February 1st, 2015, 3:30 pm PT

Location:

University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale AZ

TV channel:

NBC
Al Michaels (play by play)
Cris Collinsworth
Michele Tafoya (sidelines)

Odds:

Oddshark