Super Bowl 51 Live Stream
Patriots vs Falcons
NFL Super Bowl round
Monday, February 6, 6:30 PM (ET)
NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
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In this stage, the New England Patriots is an American professional football team. The team plays the NFL games of the National Football Conference in the east division. The New England Patriots compete for the native games in the stadium of Gillette.
The stadium is situated in Boston, Rhode Island. Once upon a time, this American football team was a regular member of the American Football League. The total record of the New England Patriots in regular seasons is 462-381. In the NFL games, the team won 29 times Playoff record and 4 Super Bowl trophy over the seasons.
The Patriots have also achieved 4 NFL Championship titles over the football career. Moreover, the New England Patriots earned 18 Divisional Championship trophy and 8 Conference Championship trophy through various games and competitions.
The Atlanta Falcons is a professional football team of American football which is based in Georgina, Atlanta. The team plays in the NFL as a member of the National Football conference of the South Division. The Atlanta Falcons has begun their football career in the year 1965 season in the NFL.
On the other hand, The Cleveland Browns is a professional football team of American football which is based in Cleveland, Ohio. The team plays in the NFL as a member of the American Football conference. The team usually plays its all home football matches at First Energy stadium.
The Atlanta Falcons has a lot of records in the professional football ground. The all-time record of The Atlanta Falcons in a regular season is 316-414 in the history of NFL. Their record in playoff games is also good. They have earned playoff trophy 12 times in the NFL ground. Without that they have earned Conference Championship trophy 1 time and Divisional Championship trophy 5 times in the NFL career.
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