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NFL Championship 2018 Live Stream Online,Super Bowl LII will be the 52nd Super Bowl and the 48th modern-era National Football League championship game 2018 Live Online Free,

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Date: February 4, 2018, 3:30 PM PST
Location: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
NFL Championship 2018

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are playing for their sixth Super Bowl championship as the New England Patriots take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium. The game will kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET.

Brady, who was named NFL MVP for the third time in his illustrious career Saturday, already holds the record for league championships by a quarterback with five. He alone will hold the record for most by any player with a victory.

Brady may not have won the MVP if not for a season-ending injury to Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, who was considered the front-runner when he went down with an injury in Week 14. Philadelphia still earned the No. 1 seed in the NFC, and despite home field advantage in both games, were underdogs in the divisional round and NFC championship. Backup quarterback Nick Foles was outstanding in the NFC championship win over Minnesota, throwing for 352 yards, three touchdowns and zero interceptions.

A Patriots win would give the franchise three titles in four years for the second time. They won championships in 2002, 2004 and 2005, along with 2015 and 2017.

The Eagles, meanwhile, are looking for the first-ever Super Bowl championship. Their last NFL title was in 1960, before the Super Bowl era.

MassLive will have full comprehensive coverage from the pregame through the postgame interviews with instant analysis, live stats and much more.

What Is Superbowl LII?

The Superbowl is the National Football League’s ‘Grand Final’, where the two best teams throw, tackle and kick a pointy ball to become the NFL Champions and take out the . This year, the last two teams standing are the Philadelphia Eagles and (not surprisingly) the New England Patriots. The former is running a second-string quarterback after their star went down with an ACL injury and the latter has a quarterback named Tom Brady, who is also known as the GOAT.

The Eagles are huge underdogs, but after the years and years of success that the Patriots have seen, they’ll likely have a lot of extra fans on board.

The Superbowl also makes headlines for what happens off the field. The event is an advertiser’s wet dream, because with last year’s broadcast peaking at nearly 112 million viewers, you can bet your product is going to be seen. Buying a time slot during the Superbowl is notoriously expensive so advertisers and brands tend to go all out with their 30 second and 60 second spots. If you’re keen to see them, you can check Lifehacker later today for a full wrap up of all the Superbowl ads.

The Superbowl also has a highly-regarded ‘half-time show’ – the showcase piece from about four hours of stacked showcase pieces. This year, it’s a man out of the woods himself, Justin Timberlake, who has the honour of running the whole damn thing. If you remember far enough back, the last time he was up there he stood next to Janet Jackson before an apparent ‘wardrobe malfunction’. They’ve asked him back, anyway.

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