If you somehow find yourself not in front of a TV on Super Bowl Sunday, have no fear: You still may be able to watch the game because it will be streamed online for the first time ever.
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NBC will air the Super Bowl on Feb. 5, but the game will also stream on NFL.com and NBCSports.com, the network announced Tuesday. Verizon users will be able to watch from their devices via NFL Mobile. NBC's broadcasts of wild card Saturday and the Pro Bowl will also be streamed online."We are pleased to work with our partners NBC and Verizon to bring our fans more ways to watch their favorite sport during their favorite time of the year," Hans Schroeder, NFL Senior Vice President of Media Strategy and Development, said in a statement.
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The mobile move is nothing new for NBC: It has been streaming its Sunday Night Football
telecasts for four seasons. "With a heritage of streaming live NFL games since 2008, we are especially excited to now bring our unique and innovative SNF Extra video experience to the NFL Playoffs, Pro Bowl, and Super Bowl," said NBC Sports Digital Media's Rick Cordella said.Super Bowl XLVI airs Feb. 5 from Indianapolis. How do you plan to watch the game?