Super Bowl LII will be between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday afternoon. Here is how to watch this game online.
Though the Oakland Raiders weren’t anything close to being Super Bowl caliber, we are all football fans, aren’t we? So we’re probably going to watch Super Bowl LII on Sunday afternoon. We may not like either of the teams in it, but the commercials should be good. Plus, it’s kind of interesting that the Raiders played both of this year’s Super Bowl teams this fall.
The AFC Champion New England Patriots will take on the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles. This will be New England’s 10th trip to the Super Bowl and the eighth of the Tom Brady/Bill Belichick era. They are looking to win their sixth Lombardi Trophy together.
Oakland got shelled by New England down in Mexico City on Nov. 19, 33-8. Brady carved up the Raiders defense. The Raiders looked horribly unprepared in that game, despite having a bye week to get ready for the Patriots. This was Ken Norton Jr.’s last game as defensive coordinator in Oakland.
As for Philadelphia, this is the Eagles’ third trip to the Super Bowl in franchise history. They are still looking for their first Lombardi Trophy. Philadelphia has lost its two previous meetings in the Super Bowl.
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The first came to the Raiders in Super Bowl XV in the 1980 season, where Jim Plunkett sliced the Eagles secondary to win, 27-10. Philadelphia’s other Super Bowl loss came to the Patriots down in Jacksonville in Super Bowl XXXIX, 24-21. That was the last time Andy Reid coached in a Super Bowl.
In their meeting with the Eagles this season, the Raiders actually gave Philadelphia a pretty good game despite being eliminated from playoff contention already. This was a Christmas Night game on Monday Night Football with soon-to-be Raiders head coach Jon Gruden in the booth.
It was a turnover riddled game that hung in the balances. Oakland would be down 13-10 late and then turned the ball over on a lateral to lose 19-10. This was one of Nick Foles‘ first starts for the Eagles this season in place of the injured Carson Wentz.
Here is all the information you’ll need to be able to watch Super Bowl LII between the Eagles and Patriots, whether that be on your tv or online via live streaming.
Date: Sunday, Feb. 4
Time: 3:30 p.m. PT, 6:30 p.m. ET
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium
TV Info: NBC
Live Stream: NBC Live Extra, FuboTV
Announcers: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya
Kickoff from U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis will be at 3:30 p.m. PT, 5:30 p.m. CT, 6:30 p.m. ET. NBC will have the national broadcast with Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth in the booth. Michele Tafoya will be the sideline reporter for NBC during the Super Bowl broadcast. The available live streams for this game can be found on NBC Live Extra and on FuboTV.
Point Spread: Patriots -4.5
Moneylines: New England -180, Philadelphia +175
According to OddsShark, the Patriots will be laying 4.5 points to the Eagles on a neutral site. The associated moneylines for this game are New England -180 and Philadelphia +175. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 48 points.
The line opened at the Patriots laying six points to the Eagles on a neutral site. However, more money has been put on Philadelphia since it opened to knock the point spread down to just four points. Do keep in mind that all seven of the previous Brady/Belichick Patriots Super Bowls have been decided by a touchdown or less.
Will the Patriots continue their dynasty and win their third Super Bowl in four years? Can the Eagles knock off the evil empire to get their first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history? Be sure to tune in to NBC at 3:30 p.m. PT, 6:30 p.m. ET to not miss a second of Super Bowl LII action coming to you live from U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.