Super Bowl LII – Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots

Super Bowl LII has been set. The game will broadcast on Sunday, February 4th at 5:30pm on CBS, and the teams going head to head are the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots.

The Patriots are known for their Super Bowl wins, and the power they bring to the game. The Patriots have played in 7 Super Bowl games and walked away with 5 wins. That is incredibly impressive, but don’t count the Eagles out quite yet.

The Philadelphia Eagles have only been to the Super Bowl twice in their history, and they don’t have a Super Bowl win…yet. That could all change this year.

The stats of the Philadelphia Eagles are impressive when compared to their NFC opponents. Their total number of first downs is 49 to their opponents 41, and their total offensive yards are 790 to their opponents 614. That is impressive. In addition, their touchdown stat is 6 with their opponents being 1. Those statics alone show the offensive drive and passion the Philadelphia Eagles have to bring to the Super Bowl LII game.

The New England Patriots is arguable one of the most impressive AFC teams available, and their stats show why. Their total number of first downs is 53 to their AFC opponents 37, and their total offensive yards are 782 to their opponents 641. In addition, the touchdown stat is 8 with their opponents being 1.

The talk of Super Bowl LII has been Tom Brady vs. Nick Foles. Just by looking at the stats, it is obvious why Brady is considered the better player, but will all that change at Super Bowl LII?

Tom Brady’s stats include 32 touchdowns with over 4,000 yards and a rating of 102.8. Unfortunately, Nick Foles stats show a significant difference when compared to Brady’s; his stats include 5 touchdowns with over 500 yards and a rating of 79.5.

The Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots have both fought and clawed their way to the top, and both teams deserve to be playing in Super Bowl LII. FM-92 wishes both teams luck as they take the field on Sunday, February 4th to compete in Super Bowl LII.

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