Sunday in the AJC: A Super Bowl worthy of a movie poster

A production as mammoth as the Super Bowl deserves its own movie poster. And that's exactly what you'll find in Sunday's editions of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 

Our special full-page -- SUPER BOWL: THE MOVIE -- is a keeper. It's even suitable for framing.

The movie poster page is just part of the expanded special coverage on Super Bowl Sunday in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the AJCePaper.

The AJC's 24-page section is filled with stories and stats to help you follow the Super Bowl on Sunday, including this full page guide to both teams, key players, coaches and stats to watch. (AJCePaper)

You’ll also find 24 pages of expanded coverage in Sports, including news from the NFL Honors awards program at the Fox Theatre and:

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> A full page guide to the game, key players and stats to watch, suitable as your game-time program.

> By the numbers: A full page of season statistics and Super Bowl History

> Sean McVay’s success took root in Marietta

> Predictions: Columnist Mark Bradley predicts the Super Bowl winner

> History: When the Fridge shuffled his way into Super Bowl folklore

> TV: Tony Romo’s predictive powers face test on biggest stage

> Meet the longtime driver of the Budweiser Clydesdales

> Mike Luckovich: The AJC’s editorial cartoonist has a full page of his unique Super Bowl observations

Our journalists are also posting live updates on

> RELATED: Go to for the AJC’s online updates and guides

Coming Sunday in The Atlanta Journal-Consitution and AJCePaper.

Team coverage from Cox Media Group Atlanta

Channel 2 Action News has multiple cameras set up around town with an exclusive livestream camera from the heart of Skyview Atlanta, the downtown Ferris wheel. Learn more on

News 95.5 and AM 750 WSB is covering every angle of the Super Bowl -- from the ground and in the air. All this week, they'll be broadcasting from "Radio Row" at the Georgia World Congress Center and will have expanded traffic updates from the WSB Skycopter. Learn more on

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