But the league isn't stopping there -- the 2013 Pro Bowl and two Wild Card playoff games will also be broadcast via the Internet.
Fans can watch Super Bowl XLVII live on Feb. 3 through NFL.com and CBSSports.com.The game will also be broadcast the old-fashioned way on CBS. The Pro Bowl, on Jan. 27, and two Wild Card playoff games, both on Jan. 5, will be broadcast on NBC and also available via NFL.com and NBCSports.com. Fans can watch all four games online through Verizon's NFL Mobile app.
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Why watch online? In addition to added convenience, streams will include extra camera angles, live stats and other enhancements, according to the league.
Super Bowl XLVI last February marked the first time in history the game was legally streamed for viewers. It set an online viewership record for a sports game live stream.
Given that success, it's no surprise the NFL wants to build on its post-season streaming options in 2013. Sports fans can expect to watch more and more big games online over the next several years. In a potential sign of bigger things to come, for example, the NBA recently announced that more than 350 of its minor league games this season would be available for free viewing through YouTube.