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Philadelphia Eagles vs New England Patriots Free
Date: Sunday 04 February 2018
Kickoff Time: 06:30 PM (ETl)
Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States.
Perhaps it’s fitting that the NFL’s Year of Attrition is guaranteed to end with a suitable winner in Super Bowl LII. If the New England Patriots prevail, the story will be that the one MVP candidate left standing amid a season overrun by injuries to superstars, Tom Brady, will have been enough for New England to come out on top. If the Philadelphia Eagles pull off the upset on Sunday, they’ll be the one team that was good enough to overcome an injury to its superstar and win, after losing Carson Wentz to a torn ACL in December.
It goes without saying that nobody expected Brady to be facing off with Nick Foles in the Super Bowl as recently as a month ago, let alone before the season began. The Eagles limped into the postseason with an offense handicapped by a seemingly hopeless backup quarterback, only for Foles to show signs of life against the Falcons before delivering the second-best conference championship performance in league history in dominating the Vikings. Suddenly, Foles looks like he won’t be holding back what had been the best team in football — before the Wentz injury — from having a meaningful shot at winning its first title.
A Super Bowl that would have sounded like a mismatch heading into the postseason now seems competitive and full of possibilities. The Falcons dominated the Patriots for the majority of Super Bowl LI, only for their pass rush to gas out under a nearly unprecedented workload and a few mistakes at precisely the most damaging moments. The Eagles are bringing a much better defense with them to Minneapolis, but is the Foles we saw in Philadelphia the one we’ll see in the Twin Cities?
Super Bowl LII features a marquee battle on Sunday, February 4, 2018 (2/4/18) when the Philadelphia Eagles take on the New England Patriots at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Eagles are led by head coach Doug Pederson, quarterback Nick Foles, and defensive tackle Fletcher Cox. Philadelphia comes into the game off a NFC Championship Game victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
The Patriots are led by head coach Bill Belichick, quarterback Tom Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski. New England is coming off an AFC Championship Game victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Patriots’ Super Bowls are always close and there’s no reason to expect this one to be any different. The Eagles’ defense has been on a roll in the postseason, but the Patriots can deploy the up-tempo, quick-passing offense that negates Philadelphia’s pass-rushing depth. The bottom line is I just can’t pick Nick Foles over Tom Brady in a Super Bowl.