It’s finally here. The NFL will crown their champion on Sunday night as winner of Super Bowl LII. More importantly, however, Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia will finally be freed from his prison in New England—which has really been more of a Club Med for him.
The Philadelphia Eagles will take on the New England Patriots in one of the most interesting Super Bowl matchups in recent history. The Philadelphia Eagles have never won a Super Bowl, but they have looked dominant all year. However, the loss of star quarterback Carson Wentz looms large, and even though Nick Foles has yet to truly falter, skepticism remains abound.
The New England Patriots are the same story they’ve always been. An extremely well coached team cruises to the championship game on the arm of one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, Tom Brady. This year, especially, the Patriots have had to rely on the 2017 MVP. With a defense that has struggled for most of the year, Brady has been at his best, despite turning 40 before the season started.
Kickoff is still a few hours away. Here’s how to watch the big game.
Date/Time: Feb. 4, 2018 — 6:30 p.m. ET
Where: U.S. Bank Stadium — Minneapolis, MN
Stream: NBC Sports, Yahoo Sports app, Hulu
Announcers: Al Michaels (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (analyst), Michele Tafoya (sideline reporter)
Odds: Patriots by 4.5
Halftime show: Justin Timberlake
Prop bets: Full list courtesy of SB Nation
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