It’s time for the sports world’s biggest night on Sunday, February 4th. New England will be settling into their usual spot, again, for the 3rd time in the last 4 years against somewhat surprising Philadelphia in the NFL championship game.
Last year’s game brought in over 111 million viewers, which means you likely had a few people over to watch the game, or you went to someone else’s belly-stuffing party. If you are one of the people who will be hosting a party on Sunday, you likely want to make sure that not only is your TV ready to show the game, but your home Wi-Fi network is ready to handle all the extra phones, tablets, and computers that will be invading your space.
USA Today breaks down how to prepare your TV for the big game and to ensure that you and your guests won’t miss a second of the commercials (and maybe the game too, if you’re into that I guess).
As for your Wi-Fi network, ensuring that you and your guests have reliable and fast internet access should be near the top of your party checklist. For some tips on making sure your Wi-Fi complies with the football’s totally simple and not-at-all difficult to understand catch rules, check out our blog from the holidays on 4 Networking Tips for the Fastest Wi-Fi.
Congratulations, you’re ready for the big game! And if you’re looking for a suggestion on food to bring, might I suggest my personal favorite, Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo Chicken Dip?