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Super Bowl 2018: Eagles vs. Patriots | Date: February 4, 2018 | Time: 6:30 p.m. (ET) | Location: US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis | TV: NBC

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The 2018 Super Bowl is on its way. The New England Patriots beat the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Championship game so they will be representing the AFC in the Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles who beat the Minnesota Vikings to claim the NFC title.

You can find information here on the TV channel, date and time for the Super Bowl, how to livestream the game, odds, predictions and more!

The Patriots are 5.5-point favorites over the Eagles which is about what I expected considering it’s Tom Brady vs. Nick Foles. Actually, when you say that out loud — Foles vs. Brady — I’m surprised it’s only 5.5 points. That’s the bettors recognizing the strength of the Eagles defense which has been terrific.

My Super Bowl prediction: Patriots over Eagles. I’ll still take Brady.


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Time, TV channel, and streaming info

  • Date: Feb. 4, 2018
  • Time: About 6:30 p.m. ET
  • Location: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minn.
  • TV: NBC
  • Streaming: NBC Sports Live, fuboTV

Patriots news from Pats Pulpit

Brandin Cooks is on pace for one of the 5 best seasons for a receiver under Bill Belichick
In eighteen games in 2017, Cooks has 1,214 receiving yards, 40 rushing yards, and 209 yards drawn from defensive pass interference. Add in 7 touchdowns, which are valued at 17.8 yards each score by advanced metrics, and Cooks has provided the Patriots with 1,588 adjusted yards of offense, the 11th best season under Belichick.

Super Bowl LII: Patriots open as 6-point favorites over the Eagles
The New England Patriots opened as 6-point favorites over the Philadelphia Eagles with the over/under set at 48.5, projecting a 27.25-21.25 New England victory.

Super Bowl LII is Set Up Perfectly for Patriots Haters
A lot goes into hating the Patriots, to be honest. It’s more or less a 24/7 job. After all, those Tweets and Facebook posts and internet comments aren’t going to write themselves. And with the Patriots now going to their eighth Super Bowl in the Tom Brady/Bill Belichick Era, it’s time to keep that hate flowing for just a little while longer and keep those fires stoked. It’s time to revive what has become almost a yearly tradition: figuring out how to spin the narrative to make it seem like the Patriots don’t deserve any of the success they’re experiencing.

Eagles news from Bleeding Green Nation

The Philadelphia Eagles are actually going to Super Bowl LII
This game was very fitting. Much like the Eagles’ 2017 season, it defied expectation.

But while everyone should certainly take some time to celebrate this moment, the Eagles are not done yet.

They still have one game to go, and it’s the biggest challenge they’ve faced yet.

Tom Brady. Bill Belichick. The New England Patriots.

Beating them will be anything but easy.

Winners and even more winners as the Eagles are going to the Super Bowl
Doug Pederson has had some great games as a game planner and play caller, but this was his best yet. His offense embarrassed the best defense in the league. His game plan and playcalling were perfect, he coached the pants off Mike Zimmer. And compare him to the other head coach named Doug who was getting huge accolades entering today. With 55 seconds left in the 1st half and the ball at his 25 and the lead, Doug Marrone took two knees. He lost by 4 points. With 29 seconds left and the ball at his 20, Doug Pederson kept his foot on the gas and extended his lead. Bravo.

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