Super Bowl 2018 Live Stream, Game, Start Time, TV Channel

Super Bowl 2018 Super Bowl LII, Live Stream, Game Coverage The Super Bowl 2018 will feature the AFC champion New England Patriots against the NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles. Super Bowl LII 52 will take place on Feb. 4 in Minnesota, an indoor Super Bowl going down in very cold weather.

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Super Bowl 2018 Schedule
New England Patriots vs Philadelphia Eagles
Date: February 4, 2018
Start Time: 6:30 p.m. ET.
Location: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis
Halftime Show: Justin Timberlake
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The Super Bowl will be televised by NBC. Al Michaels is doing the play-by-play while Cris Collinsworth is the analyst. Michele Tafoya and Heather Cox are the sideline reporters.

Super Bowl 2018 Preview and Prediction

Sporting News Article: The Eagles and their fan base are feeding big off their “underdog” mantra, and the oddsmakers are serving extra helpings, immediately installing the Patriots as uncommonly big favorites to win Super Bowl 52.

So the Eagles haven’t had to manufacture a “nobody believes in us” theme as most teams do. They earned this.

And they’ve earned the belief that they can pull it off one more time. Yes, against the defending champion, dynasty-growing, Lombardi-collecting Patriots, just like with the Falcons and Vikings before them.

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The Eagles likely don’t want to hear that they might be the better team, better equipped to do what the rest of the NFL — specifically the Jaguars on Sunday — has not done.

In fact, the rest of the league might not want to hear that the Vikings would have given the Patriots as tough a fight as the Eagles will. Both bring more to the table than the Jaguars, who have deficiencies the NFC finalists do not.

It doesn’t seem conceivable that any defense can keep Tom Brady in check all 60 minutes if the Jaguars couldn’t. But the Eagles can.Read More:

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