We're heading into Super Bowl weekend. Do you know where you're watching the game?
The good news is, with CBS' game coverage this year, you can watch the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 at home or on the go.
That's right; the big game will stream live on the CBS Sports App on multiple platforms. Watch from your pool; watch from your patio; you can even watch from work if you have the misfortune of having to go in on Sunday.
Just don't tell your boss.
Let's break down all the need-to-know viewing information for Super Bowl 50 and the odds for who will take home the Lombardi Trophy on Sunday.
Super Bowl 50 Viewing Information
When: Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016
Where: Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California
Kickoff Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
TV Broadcast: CBS will broadcast the game live and will have hours of pregame coverage prior to kickoff.
Live Stream: This year, CBSSports.com will stream the game live. You can also watch on the CBS Sports App on Roku, Apple TV, Xbox One and Windows 10.
Odds and More
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Per Odds Shark, the Panthers started out as 3.5-point favorites to beat the Broncos on Sunday and have since increased to 5.5-point favorites.
The increased gap in the spread makes sense, as 3.5 points seemed incredibly low to open.
Sure, this is the Denver Broncos defense, which ranked first in the league overall and fourth in scoring, but it's facing the league's top scoring offense in the Panthers.
Even if the Broncos can somehow hold Cam Newton, Greg Olsen, Jonathan Stewart, Ted Ginn and the rest of Carolina's offensive stars to a low point output, their quest for the Lombardi Trophy doesn't stop there.
The Peyton Manning-led Denver offense will still need to put more points on the board…or, at the very least, Denver will have to rely on its defense and special teams units to do that.
Newton's 10 regular-season interceptions ranked 19th among NFL quarterbacks, so there's a chance that Denver's secondary could get a pick-six against him.
But Newton threw just one interception in the postseason, compared with three passing touchdowns.
Oh, and he rushed for two more.
Ultimately, it's hard to imagine Denver pulling this one out. This Panthers offense is just too lethal.
Of course, it's not just about the point spread.
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There are plenty of other odds you can use this weekend, including those for interesting prop bets.
For example, per Odds Shark, the odds of Newton winning MVP are pretty good. There are lots of other odds available for props, including the color of the Gatorade shower the winning coach will receive and the over/under on the national anthem.
What a world.