The popular website put together its list of 15 must-follow accounts to ensure you get all the pressing information about the biggest game in sports.
According to Mashable, the list of 15 includes players, writers, reporters and organizations who have the inside scoop on everything Super Bowl.
Here's the list of Mashable's must-follow accounts:
4. @shalisemyoung - Shalise Manza Young is the Patriots beat writer for the Boston Globe
5. @RapSheet - Ian Rapoport also reports on the Patriots and NFL, but for the Boston Herald
6. @TheBlueScreen - Ralph Vacchiano covers the Giants for the New York Daily News
7. @MikeGarafolo - Garafolo is the Giants beat writer for New Jersey's Star-Ledger
8. @deionbranch84 - Patriots receiver Branch was the Super Bowl MVP the last time the Patriots won it all
9. @judybattista - Battista covers the NFL for The New York Times
10. @AdamSchefter - Schefter is ESPN's NFL Insider and his 1.2 million followers dwarf nearly everyone else in sports media
11. @WesWelker - Patriots receiver Welker puts up numbers; he's scored 10 touchdowns so far this year
12. @greggrosenthal - Rosenthal writes about the NFL for NBCSports.com
13. @JustinTuckNYG91 - Tuck is a star defensive end for the Giants and will be key to harassing Tom Brady into mistakes and miscues on Super Bowl Sunday
14. @billbarnwell - Barnwell covers the NFL for Grantland.com, and he'll surely bring some good and detailed analysis to get fans
15. @SI_PeterKing - Sports Illustrated's senior NFL writer is particularly good about responding to fan questions and comments on Twitter