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The New England Patriots transformed a blowout into a compelling comeback Super Bowl Live last year. Nobody needs a reminder of the deficit they erased, and their historic rally also ended in the Super Bowl’s first-ever overtime.

Now they must again thwart an opponent seeking its first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history. Like the Atlanta Falcons, the Philadelphia Eagles will play the underdog role more for narrative purposes. Even without Carson Wentz, it’s a close matchup when veering beyond New England’s obvious quarterback advantage.

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Date: Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET

Location: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis

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Odds: Patriots -4.5, O/U 48.5

completing 49 of 63 passes for 598 passing yards, three touchdowns and no turnovers in two spectacular postseason victories. Deemed a massive liability who would ruin Philadelphia’s chances a month ago, the 29-year-old replacement can no longer be discounted.

It’s also dangerous to project a new baseline after two superb games. After all, he also completed half of his passes for 4.29 yards per attempt on Christmas Day.

What can the Eagles expect from Foles on Sunday night? The answer likely lies in the middle. Take Foles’ 2013 peak with his 2014 and 2015 valleys, and you get a competent player with a career 87.4 passer rating in the regular season.

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PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Eagles (14-3) — led by quarterback Nick Foles, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery and tight end Zach Ertz — host the New England Patriots at Lincoln Financial Field in the 2018 NFL Super Bowl Game on Sunday, Feb 04, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. on FOX for the right to advance to Super Bowl LII.

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Philadelphia is led by quarterback Case Keenum, wide receiver Stephon Diggs, and a menacing defense built around head coach Mike Zimmer’s exotic blitzes and elite personnel such as cornerback Xavier Rhodes and linebacker Anthony Barr.

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Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s game:

Who: New England Patriots at Philadelphia Eagles

What: 2018 NFL Super Bowl Game

When: Sunday, February 13, 2018

Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pa.

Kickoff: 6:30 p.m. Eastern

TV: FOX

Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Sideline Reporter).

Local Radio: SportsRadio 94.1 (FM) WIP

Announcers: Merrill Reese, Mike Quick, Howard Eskin (Sideline Reporter)

National Radio: Westwood One

Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Trent Green, Ross Tucker (Sideline Reporter)

Livestream: Fox Sports Go

Line: Vikings -3.5

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After the Eagles dispatched the Atlanta Falcons in a gritty 15-10 home victory, and the patriots survived in miracle fashion against the Saints in the NFC Divisional Playoffs, Foles and Keenum will meet Sunday after both opening the season as backup quarterbacks.

The George Halas Trophy was on hand at the NovaCare Complex on Wednesday as the Eagles returned to work, but Doug Pederson stressed the value of staying focused blocking out outside distractions to his team as the week began.

“We’ve just got to keep doing what we’ve been doing,” Pederson said. “The guys are going to prepare themselves the way they have all season long. It’s obviously a great honor, a great opportunity faced in front of us and we just attack each day the same.

“Each week in some of the games that we’ve played, there’s been the emotional highs of coming off of like a — like the Rams, for instance. That’s a great example, winning that football game and having to go on the road the next week in New York and still having that emotional high and feeding off of that. But it just comes down to the leadership of the football team, keeping the guys in the moment, and just attacking each week as it comes.”

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The first leg of the NFL Super Bowl between Patriots and Eagles will take place on Sunday at the Camp Nou in Catalonia. Philadelphia Eagles enter the tie as favourites thanks to their fine form in La Liga and easier schedule compared to Los Che. The visitors have lost their last two league matches and are in the midst of a tough stretch, which also includes games against Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots.

Valencia have played some fantastic attacking football this season, however, and the Blaugrana have shown weaknesses in defence of late. They needed a late winner against Alaves on Sunday and arguably didn’t deserve the win, due to some controversial decisions.

Alaves troubled Patriots with their high press and had every right to feel robbed after the contest?both of Barca’s goals came with some controversy, as Gerard Pique appeared to handle the ball during the first and the free-kick Messi scored from was given when Paco Alcacer was offside. The Basques also had a clear penalty denied in injury time.

It was a sloppy win for Eagles, but it maintained their unbeaten record in La Liga after 21 matches. Going so long without a loss is an incredible achievement and one that speaks volumes to their talent.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — The New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles will play in Super Bowl LII at 6:30 p.m. Sunday on NBC at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

To no one’s surprise, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will play Sunday after he was cleared Thursday from the concussion protocol. Gronkowski had been under concussion protocol since he was knocked out of the AFC Championship game.

The Patriots have proven many times that they can win without Gronkowski but his return to the lineup is just another key weapon for quarterback Tom Brady. The combination of Brady-Gronkowski has produced 10 postseason touchdowns, which is two behind Jerry Rice-Joe Montana, the all-time leaders.

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The Eagles are confident they can score points on the Patriots’ defense. The Pats gave up 18.5 points a game and the Eagles 18.4. Because of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s uncanny ability to quickly find the available receiver, Philadelphia must exert pressure with its front four, leaving more defenders to mix and match pass coverage. So it is a good sign for Philadelphia that the Eagles compiled 33 of 38 sacks with their front four in the regular season (35 of 42 including postseason). Defensive tackles Fletcher Cox and Tim Jernigan can collapse the pocket, allowing edge rushers to harass from the outside, as did defensive end Brandon Graham, who led the team with 9.5 sacks.

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–Patriots S Patrick Chung vs. Eagles TE Zach Ertz. Chung is one of the Patriots’ most versatile and trusted defenders, but he’s coming off a tough game, especially early on against Jacksonville when he allowed an easy touchdown to TE Marcedes Lewis. Chung will very much be in the mix covering Ertz, who not only led the Eagles with 74 catches for 824 yards and eight scores during the regular season, but had a game-high 93 yards on eight catches in the NFC title game.

–Patriots Gs Joe Thuney and Shaq Mason, and C David Andrews vs. Eagles DTs Fletcher Cox and Tim Jernigan. Cox, who had 5.5 sacks during the season, is the linchpin of Philadelphia’s line. Often unblockable, he can wreck a game. Jernigan is also a big help, and has recovered from an illness. Andrews will likely have to help on Cox, but the line will have to work to keep the pocket clean for QB Tom Brady.

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Philadelphia update: A city best known for a broken bell and a cheesesteak—which, in its traditional form, is not made with cheese, but with Cheez Whiz, the second worst kind of Whiz—is not a place with high expectations. In fact, one of the most common civic discussions in Philly is “Do you smell that? It smells like—oh, gawd, do you smell that?Philadelphia Magazine ran a piece called “Philadelphia: Worst Smelling City in America?” That was followed by the Passyunk Post, which asked, “What is that cat-urine smell in parts of South Philly?” Which led to PhillyVoice’s investigation “Does your Philly tap water smell like moldy lemons?” Which led to lots of Philadelphians asking.
New England update: You have real hatred for the New England Patriots, and you are confused. Afterall, the region is not only the birthplace of our country, such as it is, but it’s also pretty blue—not like California (how’s my blue taste, Central Valley?), but blue enough. So why the hate for the Patriots? Look, you’re a feeling human being, and the Patriots are a soul-sucking blight upon the cultural landscape, you know, like cancer and Pokémon GO. The question isn’t why you hate the Patriots, but rather if you don’t hate the miserable, smug, Cheater McCheatersons, then why do you also like cancer?

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The Philadelphia Eagles will host the New England Patriots Sunday (Monday AEDT) in the NFC vs AFC Live Championship Game at the Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles, pursuing their first trip to the Super Bowl since 2004, will be without star quarterback Carson Wentz, who underwent ACL surgery in Dec. 2017.

The Pro Bowl is taking place this Sunday in Orlando, and many of the better NFL players from all over are in town to practice and spend a week having some fun in Florida.

Of course, there are plenty of snubs (*ahem* David Bakhtiari) and injured players (too many to count) who are not participating, along with the players from both Super Bowl teams. Still, the Green Bay Packers have two representatives in the game in wide receiver Davante Adams and defensive lineman Mike Daniels.

Both of those two Packers were part of Thursday’s Pro Bowl Skills Challenge, and although they performed well, they couldn’t do quite enough to lead the NFC to a victory over the AFC.

Meanwhile, we’re not usually a blog that crosses sports all that much, but Thursday’s news out of Milwaukee is too big to ignore. The Brewers made a pair of massive acquisitions yesterday, adding two All-Star caliber outfielders in a push to make a big playoff surge in 2018.

Check out those items and more in today’s Curds, and keep an eye out for our review of the Packers’ 2017 roster, which will be starting up on Monday.

Jarvis Landry leads AFC in Pro Bowl Skills Showdown – NFL.com
The AFC won thanks to some of Landry’s dodgeball heroics. Meanwhile, Davante Adams had a good time in the Best Hands competition and Mike Daniels contributed in the Gridiron Gauntlet.

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Well, we’re going to the Super Bowl. I’m not worried, especially after comparing both team’s starting QB’s, as highlighted in the graphic below:

That’s right. Regardless, most folks are rooting for the Eagles in this one. Brady and his Sith Overlord coach have experienced enough fortune, and it’s time to pass the reigns. From what I’ve read, national SB rooting can be fairly summed up by the graphic below:

I would’ve expected nothing less.

On a serious note,

I wanted to take a moment to appreciate how far this team has come over the last few years. Since the firing of Andy Reid after the 2012 season and the subsequent Chipocalypse, which led us to the first consecutive losing seasons we’ve had since 1999, we have drafted a franchise QB, hired a franchise defining Head Coach, locked up several All-Pro and Pro-Bowl players to long term contracts, and secured our first Super Bowl birth in 13 years.

That’s not to say we haven’t had our bumps and bruises over the past 2 seasons, but nothing we’ve faced thus far has been able to slow what seems to be a destined path to sustained greatness. Even with the week 14 loss of our Lord and Savior Carson Wentz, we still prospered under the leadership of St. Nick.

I can’t speak for everyone, but I will share my own demons on this. I needed a kick in the ass. A wake up call. Here I was, ready to argue with anyone who didn’t fully believe, yet I had my own doubts. Maybe it’s something built into the DNA of a lifelong, generational Eagles fan, but deep down, I was always waiting for that other shoe to drop. Outwardly, I was proud of our team’s seamless ability to follow the mantra of “next man up”. I used that very line in countless debates, but I’m not sure if I ever actually believed it. And I didn’t realize that until we lost Wentz.

I fretted through the Carolina game without Lane Johnson, the games where Cox was ruled inactive, or Ertz couldn’t play, but still we persevered. Each time we lost another player to IR, from Sproles, Hicks, and JP, to Maragos and Sturgis, I would debate the historical resiliency this team had displayed all season to any nonbeliever, and admonish anyone saying that the next game was the “prove it game”. I swear we heard that shit every week, and I always felt they had proven enough to everyone else. Still, week in and week out, they had to prove themselves to me. Any little issue always felt like the football world was finally unraveling, that the shoe was finally dropping. When Wentz went down, my football heart shattered, and I found myself looking at this 1st seed team that had secured home field advantage throughout the playoffs, like a team that had no chance.

All of the sudden, the mantra of “next man up” no longer seemed to apply, and I found myself making peace with the season that “could have been”. After everything, they still needed to prove themselves. I suppose part of that is understandable, it’s almost build into our fandom to outwardly boast while inwardly breaking down every pattern or mistake in the hopes of identifying the beginning of the end before it crushed our feelings, basically finding that stupid f***ing shoe before it found us. We are a proud people that had been burnt too many times. I remember the 2004 season, and the fervor that surrounded it. Everyone expected us to win. That fervor was lacking going into the Atlanta game, where most assumed we would lose. I watched and yelled and cheered and talked the same shit I usually do, but deep down, I assumed the same. Once again, they proved me wrong.

Then the Vikings came to town, and the only thing people spoke about all week was the Case Keenum story and the vaunted Minnesota defense. And as they marched down the field and easily scored their one and only TD, I thought to myself ‘here we go’. But we won. And not on a fluke play or bad call, but on 3.5 quarters of pure total team dominance. This team had been telling me all season who they were, but I absorbed it as wishful thinking, coach speak, or player politics, never truly understanding how special this season really was.

And now we’re going to the Super Bowl as underdogs for the third straight week, led by a second year Head Coach who had been mocked relentlessly by media and fans alike while starting a backup QB who few believed in. And that’s when it dawned on me.

For us to truly be successful, for us to finally bring it home, it could be no other way.

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You’re damn right, random Titan’s fan, You’re damn right.

Ok, serious note over. For those who actually read all of that, kudos to you. I wouldn’t have.

On to the game! This is just the AFC portion, expect the NFC edition out later in the week.

Enjoy!