NFL Super Bowl XLVIII will be broadcast live on NBC on Sunday, Feb. 7 at 6 p.m.
ET, with the coverage available on NBC Sports Live Extra.
The game will also be available on ESPN, Univision and WatchESPN.
Here’s what you need to know about the game:How many teams will make it to the Superbowl?ESPN.com has listed the eight remaining teams for Sunday’s game.
The NFC West’s Los Angeles Rams (3-5) are the team to beat.
The defending Super Bowl champions have not played in the postseason since 2012, when they lost to the Seattle Seahawks in the divisional round.
The Philadelphia Eagles (5-1) have not made the playoffs since 2013.
The Green Bay Packers (3) are tied with the Atlanta Falcons for the best record in the NFC, while the San Francisco 49ers (3.5-5), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-4) and Minnesota Vikings (3.)
The Detroit Lions (5.)
The Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers (4.5) each have a tie for first place.
The New York Giants (4) are in the AFC South and have won five straight games to take the AFC North.
The Tennessee Titans (3).
The Cincinnati Bengals (4).
The Houston Texans (5) have a four-game winning streak that has them within striking distance of the playoffs.
The San Diego Chargers (3), Jacksonville Jaguars (5), Los Angeles Chargers (6), Oakland Raiders (7) and Denver Broncos (8.)
The New England Patriots (4), Seattle Seahawks (5).
The Carolina Panthers (5.5), Cleveland Browns (6.5).
The Detroit Tigers (5.,6.)
The San Francisco Giants (5,6.) and Pittsburgh Pirates (7.)
The Houston Chargers (4,7.) and Oakland Raiders are tied for second place in the NFL.
The Cincinnati Steelers (6.) are in a tie with the Cleveland Browns for the second-best record in their division.
The Atlanta Falcons (4.) and Jacksonville Jaguars are tied at 4-4.
The Tampa Bay Bucs (4.,6.
5.) are tied, the Pittsburgh Steelers are tied and the Baltimore Ravens are tied.
The Miami Dolphins (5.), New Orleans Saints (6.), Cleveland Browns and New York Jets (6) are all tied for third place.