The Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks 2014 live stream and telecast for Super Bowl XLVIII arrives on Sunday, Feb. 2 from Newark, New Jersey. Peyton Manning will lead the top offense in the league in today's game, after recently receiving the NFL Most Valuable Player award. He'll be up against the league's top defense, with the Seattle Seahawks, who have an exciting and dynamic young quarterback in Russell Wilson. The televised and live streaming Super Bowl 2014 has all the makings of a great game, and will be presented around the U.S. via FOX sources.
According to Phily.com in their Feb. 2 report, FOX normally allows only viewers to authenticate their cable or satellite provider before using their live online portal, FOX Sports Go. However, today’s live stream will be free for all viewers to use through their apps or the FOX Sports website. They’ll also offer pre-game coverage on the live stream including specials “Road to the Super Bowl” at noon EST, and “Football America: Our Stories” at 1 p.m. EST.
The FOX Sports GO app and website will give first access to this year’s hottest Super Bowl commercials along with trending content from social media. The video feed player itself features simple control features including the ability to watch the feed full screen, to mute the sound, and to use closed captions. Of note, FOX mentions in their frequently asked questions that the live stream will work with mobile tables for IOS and Android but not on mobile phones due to “league restrictions.” The stream also works right through the internet on PC’s, MACs and laptops with updated versions of Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari.
Sunday's Super Bowl XLVIII start time is scheduled for a kick off of 6:25 p.m. Eastern Standard Time from MetLife Stadium. FOX will handle the live telecast on local affiliate stations around the nation, and will also have pre-game and post-game coverage for fans to enjoy. In addition, the Super Bowl live stream will be available thanks to FOX through computers and mobile devices. The broadcaster is making today's live online video feed available through their FOX Sports Go site, with complete live coverage of the Broncos vs. Seahawks in Newark, New Jersey.