A cord-cutters guide to watch Super Bowl LV live on Sunday

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Another year, another Super Bowl with Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes is now two-for-three in getting to the Super Bowl and is taking on the guy we are all sick and tired of seeing in the big game — Tom Brady. Super Bowl LV is not great for LA Chargers fans.

At least this time with Brady it is fresh as he is a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Something tells me that Mahomes is just at the beginning of a similar run with the Kansas City Chiefs and Charger fans are going to have to suffer.

But hey, we have faith in Brandon Staley and Justin Herbert to eventually slay the dragon that is the Kansas City Chiefs. For now, though, they are still the cream of the crop.

There is a good chance that a lot of people don’t have the means to watch the Super Bowl. If you are like me, you don’t pay for cable TV and just go over to other people’s house to watch the Super Bowl. With this year being different than any other year in Super Bowl history, more people are going to be watching the big game from their own home.

If you are like me then listen up — I can help you out. And if you play your cards right, you could watch the big game for free.

How to watch Super Bowl LV:

Our friends over at fuboTV are offering a seven-day free trial for first-time users and of course, will be streaming the big game. fuboTV offers various different sports networks and channels, including CBS, which is broadcasting the game this year.

So yes, you can listen to Jim Nance’s soothing voice and Tony Romo predict every single play using fuboTV.

Kickoff for the big game is 3:30 PM Pacific on Sunday. The Chiefs are looking for their third Super Bowl title in franchise history while the Buccaneers look to win Super Bowl no. 2.

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