Broncos vs Panthers live NFL Super Bowl *50* 2016. After a dramatic season, only the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers remain in the running to win Superbowl 50. With interest in NFL increasing rapidly in the UK, here’s how to watch Superbowl 2016 online. Became visibly bothered Tuesday when he was asked a series of questions about black quarterbacks. “It’s not an issue,” Newton told a reporter when asked about the stereotype of black quarterbacks. “It’s an issue for you.” This was the third straight question on the subject during Newton’s 30-minute media availability for Super Bowl 50. click here
PC and tablet (Android, iPad and Windows) owners can access the stream at CBSSports.com. The game will also be available in the CBS Sports app on Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku, Windows 10, and iPad and Android tablets.
Date: Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016 6:30 p.m. ET
Location: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.
Announcers: Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Phil Simms (color analyst), Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn (sideline reporters)
How to watch the Superbowl 2016 online: Sky Go or Now TV
If you’re a Sky customer with sports channels then you can use Sky Go to watch live coverage of the Superbowl. The Sky Go app is available on various devices. See also: How to use Sky Go on Android.
If you’re not a Sky customer then don’t worry because you can get Sky Sports coverage with Now TV which is also available on a large range of devices or simply a web browser. You’ll need to buy a Sky Sports Day pass for £6.99 on the day of the Superbowl.
Sky will be providing coverage of Superbowl 2016 on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 3 starting at 10pm. NFL coverage will be shown all week leading up to the big game including a series of The Timeline films.
How to watch the Superbowl 2016 online: NFL GamePass
If none of the above options take your fancy then you can use the official NFL GamePass to watch the Superbowl this year. However, if you don’t already have a subscription which includes the Superbowl, you’ll need to pay £34.99 for Season Plus making it a pretty pricey way of watching one game – although it does mean you can watch games on-demand from the regular season, playoffs and previous years for a few months afterwards so it’s a good option for those who can’t watch the Superbowl live.
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine’s February 8 Super Bowl 50 Issue. Subscribe Now!
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Total offense: 366.9 yds/g (11th)
Scoring offense: 31.3 pts/g (1st)
Pass offense: 224.3 yds/g (24th)
Rush offense: 142.6 yds/g (2nd)
Total defense: 322.9 yds/g (6th)
Scoring defense: 19.3 pts/g (6th)
Pass defense: 234.5 yds/g (11th)
Rush defense: 88.4 yds/g (4th)
Turnover margin: 20 (1st)
Total offense: 355.5 yds/g (16th)
Scoring offense: 22.2 pts/g (19th)
Pass offense: 248.1 yds/g (14th)
Rush offense: 107.4 yds/g (17th)
Total defense: 283.1 yds/g (1st)
Scoring defense: 18.5 pts/g (4th)
Pass defense: 199.6 yds/g (1st)
Rush defense: 83.6 yds/g (3rd)
Turnover margin: -4 (20th)