5 storylines to follow for Patriots-Eagles in Super Bowl LII

  • 5 storylines to follow for Patriots-Eagles in Super Bowl LII

5 storylines to follow for Patriots-Eagles in Super Bowl LII

They've rallied around each other and nobody gives them a chance.

Another $700,000 bet was taken on the Eagles at one of the sports books run by CG Technologies, a company official said in a tweet.

Allen has performed well in playoff games in his Patriots career, including the Super Bowl last season and in the AFC Championship Game this year against the Jaguars. His best years statistically came in 2015, where he finished the season with 65 receptions for 648 yards and three touchdowns. More on that in a moment.

Enter Garoppolo, who was on the Patriots roster for eight games before being traded out of conference to the San Francisco 49ers.

August 11: Eagles trade Jordan Matthews for Ronald Darby - Matthews struggled with injuries with the Bills. "That was a great second half".

August 25: Julian Edelman goes down - Thank goodness they traded for Cooks, because Edelman was Tom Brady's top target in 2016.

"I'm picking Eagles to win 23-21".

"It's pretty insane. It's incredible to be on a team that wins games this way".

November 7: Dont'a Hightower goes down - The Patriots defense was just getting back on track after a shaky start when Hightower was lost to a torn pectoral muscle in early November.

The Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee created its own squad to help spread "Minnesota Nice" as the locals call it.

Four points: Potential game-changer.

Quarterback Nick Foles took control of the Eagles offense following a torn ACL injury to quarterback Carson Wentz back on December 10, 2017.

Bundchen has often been a topic of conversation during Patriots game broadcasts, but the odds of her name being mentioned on television OVER 1.5 times during the big game sit at an underdog +150 on the Super Bowl LII props. The Patriots will hold one more home practice Sunday afternoon before traveling to Minneapolis on Monday.

After a great season with the Eagles, the Patriots would have obviously loved to see that production for them this season.

There is no arguing Brady's contributions to New England's unheard of run in the past two decades, but as football is a team sport, Brady cannot win all of those games alone.

Seeing Gronkowski back on the field, especially in full pads, is a very encouraging sign for the Patriots that he'll be able to suit up for the Super Bowl on February 4.

And here we are.