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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.


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


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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