There’s a chance the Super Bowl could end up being the biggest of its kind in history.
The Associated Press has reported that the Super Sunday game, which kicks off at 7 p.m.
ET, will be the largest in the NFL this season.
According to the AP, the game will be watched by a record 4.4 billion people.
According the AP: The Super Bowl will be televised in more than 200 million homes.
The game will also air on CBS, Fox, NBC, Univision, and Univision Deportes.
It will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 1 and on ESPN.
The event will also be simulcast on ABC, CBS, NBC Sports Network, Fox Sports 2, Univid, Fox Deporte, ESPN Deportesp.
and Univistar TV.
The game will air on ABC.
It also will be streamed live on the NFL Network.
It is also available to stream on ESPN on mobile devices and on Roku devices.
The event is expected to draw more than 12 million people, according to a report from USA Today.