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will take place at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX on Sunday, February 5, 2017.

Super Bowl LI will be the 51st Super Bowl and the 47th modern-era National Football League (NFL) championship game. The American Football Conference (AFC) champion New England Patriots will play the National Football Conference (NFC) champion Atlanta Falcons to decide the league champion for the 2016 season.

The event will mark the 50th anniversary year of the first Super Bowl, which was played on January 15, 1967. Super Bowl LI is the Patriots’ ninth Super Bowl appearance, the most Super Bowl appearances of any team. It is also their second appearance in three years and their seventh under the leadership of head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady. The Falcons are making their second appearance as a franchise and will have the chance to win their first Super Bowl, having lost in their only previous Super Bowl appearance in Super Bowl XXXIII.

Super Bowl LI is scheduled for Sunday, February 5, 2017, at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, and will be the third time the Super Bowl has been played in Houston, after Super Bowl VIII in 1974 and Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004. It will also be the second Super Bowl to be held at NRG Stadium, the other being Super Bowl XXXVIII, which also featured the New England Patriots. Super Bowl LI will be televised nationally in the United States by Fox and Fox Deportes. The Super Bowl LI halftime show will be headlined by Lady Gaga.

Super Bowl 2017 Officials

Super Bowl 51 will have eight officials. The numbers in parentheses below indicate their uniform numbers.

Referee: Carl Cheffers
Umpire: Dan Ferrell
Head linesman: Kent Payne
Line judge: Jeff Seeman
Field judge: Doug Rosenbaum
Side judge: Dyrol Prioleau
Back judge: Todd Prukop
Replay official: Tom Sifferman

New England Patriots In Super Bowl 2017

With their advance to Super Bowl LI, the Patriots earned their NFL-record ninth Super Bowl appearance, as well as their seventh in the last 16 years under Brady and coach Bill Belichick. The Patriots have also participated in both the first and latest Super Bowls to be held at NRG Stadium; they won Super Bowl XXXVIII, held at the same stadium, over the Carolina Panthers by a 32–29 score thirteen years earlier.

New England had recorded at least 12 wins in every year of the 2010s decade, and the 2016 season would be no different. Despite starting quarterback Tom Brady missing four games due to a suspension and the mid-season loss of all-pro tight end Rob Gronkowski to injury, the Patriots still recorded an NFL-best 14–2 record, scoring 441 points (third in the NFL) while allowing the fewest in the league (250).[18]

After missing the first four games of the year on suspension due to a 2014 incident known as Deflategate, Brady took back command of the offense and went on to earn his 12th Pro Bowl selection, throwing for 3,554 yards and 28 touchdowns, with only two interceptions. His 112.2 passer rating ranked him second in the NFL. The team’s leading receiver was Julian Edelman, who caught 98 passes for 1,106 yards and added 135 more returning punts. Receivers Chris Hogan (38 receptions for 680 yards) and Malcolm Mitchell (32 receptions for 401 yards) were also significant receiving threats. Gronkowski had caught 25 passes for 540 yards before suffering a season-ending back injury in the eighth game of the year. Tight end Martellus Bennett had stepped up in his absence, hauling in 55 receptions for 701 yards and a team-leading seven touchdown catches. Running back LeGarrette Blount was the team’s top rusher with 1,168 yards and a league leading 18 touchdowns. In passing situations, the team relied havily on running back James White, who caught 60 passes for 551 yards and added another 166 on the ground.[19]

The Patriots defensive line was led by tackle Trey Flowers, who ranked first on the team with seven sacks, and Jabaal Sheard, who chipped in five. Linebacker Dont’a Hightower earned his first Pro Bowl selection and made the second All-Pro team, compiling 65 tackles and 2½ sacks. Linebacker Rob Ninkovich also made a big impact with 34 tackles, two forced fumbles, and four sacks. In the secondary, cornerback Malcolm Butler lead the team with four interceptions, while Logan Ryan led the team in tackles and intercepted two passes. Safety Devin McCourty ranked second on the team with 83 tackles and notched one interception while earning his third career Pro Bowl selection. The team also had a defensive expert on special teams, Matthew Slater, who made the Pro Bowl for the sixth consecutive year.

With his appearance in Super Bowl LI, Belichick will break the tie of six Super Bowls as a head coach that he currently shares with Don Shula. It will also be his record tenth participation in a Super Bowl in any capacity which will overtake the mark of nine that he shares with Dan Reeves. This will also be Brady’s seventh Super Bowl appearance, the most appearances by a player at any position in Super Bowl history.

Atlanta Falcons In Super Bowl 2017

Super Bowl Tickets 2017Atlanta Falcons, under second-year head coach Dan Quinn, finished the 2016 season with an 11–5 record, earning them the #2 seed in the NFC playoffs. It was a big reversal of declining fortunes for the team, who had missed the playoffs in each of the last three years.

The Falcons were loaded with offensive firepower, leading the NFL in scoring with 540 points. Nine-year veteran quarterback Matt Ryan earned his fourth career pro bowl selection, leading the league in passer rating (117.1). While he ranked only ninth in completions (373), his passing yards (4,944) and touchdowns (38) both ranked second in the NFL. His favorite target was receiver Julio Jones, who caught 83 passes for 1,409 yards (second in the NFL) and six touchdowns. But he had plenty of other options, such as newly acquired receivers Mohamed Sanu (59 receptions for 653 yards) and Taylor Gabriel (35 receptions for 579 yards and six touchdowns). Pro Bowl running back Devonta Freeman was the team’s leading rusher with 1,078 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 4.8 yards per carry. He was also a superb receiver out of the backfield, catching 54 passes for 462 yards and two more scores. Running back Tevin Coleman was also a major asset on the ground and through the air, with 520 rushing yards, 31 receptions for 421 yards, and 11 total touchdowns. The Falcons also had an excellent special teams unit led by veteran kick returner Eric Weems. His 24 punt returns for 273 yards gave him the sixth highest return average in the NFL (11.4), and he added another 391 yards returning kickoffs. Pro bowl kicker Matt Bryant led the league in scoring with 158 points, while also ranking third in field goal percentage (91.8%). Atlanta’s offensive line featured center Alex Mack, who earned his fourth Pro Bowl selection.

The Falcons defensive line was led by defensive ends Adrian Clayborn, who had five sacks and a fumble recovery, and longtime veteran Dwight Freeney, who was the NFL’s 18th all time leader in sacks (122½). Behind them, linebacker Vic Beasley was the team’s only pro bowl selection on defense, leading the NFL in sacks with 15½ and also forcing six fumbles. Rookie linebacker Deion Jones was also an impact player, leading the team in combined tackles (108) and interceptions (three). The Falcons secondary featured hard-hitting safety Keanu Neal, who had 106 tackles and forced five fumbles. Safety Ricardo Allen added 90 tackles and two interceptions. But overall, the defense ranked just 27th in the league in points allowed (406).