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Super Bowl 2021 Twitter: Best 10 accounts to follow today for the big game

Make sure your feed has its game face on.

Chiefs Bucs

Patrick Mahomes is hoping to be the first QB since Tom Brady to win back-to-back Super Bowls.

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We've got a great matchup today for Super Bowl LV -- that's 55 to you non-Romans. On one side, we've got all-world QB Patrick Mahomes and the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. On the other, the GOAT Tom Brady will start his record 10th Super Bowl, his first for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

To get ready for the Super Bowl, which starts today at 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT) on CBS, here are 10 great NFL Twitter follows. They're sure to be in full swing in the hours leading up to kickoff, as well as during the game itself and the halftime show

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Let's start with the obvious: the official NFL Twitter account, where you'll find analysis and league news leading up to the game, but check out the latter for in-game highlights and updates. Also keep an eye on the hashtags #SuperBowlLV and #SBLV during the game.

@Chiefs and @Buccaneers

Attention: Chiefs fans and Bucs fans.


Seahawks fan, analyst for ESPN's NFL Live show and host of the podcast The Mina Kimes Show featuring Lenny. Lenny is her dog.


Former NFL offensive lineman Brian Baldinger now covers the NFL for Fox and breaks down film each week on Twitter. Check out #BaldysBreakdowns for a primer on how the Chiefs and Bucs match up.


NFL writer for The Ringer and frequent host of the always illuminating NFL Show podcast.


You should follow Warren Sharp and subscribe to his free newsletter even if you don't bet on football -- but especially if you do. He also makes regular appearances on the Ringer's NFL Show podcast.


Embrace your inner football nerd. Next Gen Stats offers a deep dive into how the game of football works, but it's more fun and informative than opaque and overwhelming. 


Previously the Sports Illustrated domain of Peter King, the Monday Morning Quarterback column is still alive and kicking. 


Peter King is still Peter King but doing so at NBC Sports with his Football Morning in America column. You can also listen to The Peter King Podcast.

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