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Super Bowl LII will be this Sunday, February 4th at 6:30pm on NBC!
It will feature the 5×Super Bowl Champion QB, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots versus QB, Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles.
They will play in the dome of the U.S. Bank Stadium way up North in cold, Minneapolis.
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How is it Possible for the Eagles to Pull off an Upset?
Compared to the Falcons who ran out of gas vs. the Patriots last year, the Eagles are bringing a much better defense with them to the Super Bowl. The Eagles’ rushing yards could outdo the Patriots, but it all depends on the performance of their QB, Nick Foles.
The Eagles showed that they are a force to reckon with after losing their superstar QB, Carson Wentz to a torn ACL (knee injury) in December and still managed to make it to the Super Bowl. Wentz played a huge part in them being the NFC Division Season leader. So it wasn’t a surprise that they barely got through the postseason with a depleted offense. Their star Quarterback from 2 years ago, Nick Foles showed signs of his full potential vs. the Falcons before pulling off the second-best Conference Championship Performance in NFL League History, devastating the Vikings.
If Foles plays like he did in earlier 2017 appearances, based on his passer rate, it will be a huge mismatch versus Brady and the Patriots. Brady could practically win the Super Bowl on his own. But if the Nick Foles of the NFC Title Game shows up, Eagles have a chance to upset Brady and the Patriots.
I’m never betting against Brady!
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Enjoy the Weekend!
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By: Gabrielle Burgess
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