Super Bowl LII
|Date||February 4, 2018|
|Stadium||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|MVP||Nick Foles, quarterback|
|Favorite||Patriots by 5.5|
|Coin toss||Hershel W. Williams, representing Medal of Honor recipients|
|Halftime show||Justin Timberlake|
|TV in the United States|
Universo (Spanish language)
|Announcers||Al Michaels (play-by-play)|
Cris Collinsworth (analyst)
Michele Tafoya (sideline reporter)
Edgar López (play-by-play- Universo)
René Giraldo and Rolando Cantú (analysts- Universo)
Verónica Contreras (sidelines- Universo)
|Nielsen ratings||43.1 (national)|
U.S. viewership: 103.4 million est. avg.
|Market share||68 (national)|
|Cost of 30-second commercial||$5 million|
|Radio in the United States|
ESPN Deportes Radio (Spanish language)
|Announcers||Kevin Harlan (play-by-play)|
Boomer Esiason and Mike Holmgren (analysts)
Ed Werder and Tony Boselli (sideline reporters)
Álvaro Martín (play-by-play- ESPN Deportes Radio)
Raúl Allegre (analyst- ESPN Deportes Radio)
John Sutcliffe (sideline- ESPN Deportes Radio)
Super Bowl LII (meaning Super Bowl 52 in Roman numerals) was an American football game in which the Philadelphia Eagles, who were winners of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the 2017 season, beat the New England Patriots, who were winners of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the 2017 season, 41-33 to become winners of the National Football League (NFL) for the 2017 season. It was the first time the Philadelphia Eagles won a Super Bowl and was their second NFL title. It was played at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 4, 2018.
Starting team[change | change source]
|Philadelphia Eagles||Position||Position||New England Patriots|
|Alshon Jeffery||WR||Brandin Cooks|
|Halapoulivaati Vaitai||LT||Nate Solder|
|Stefen Wisniewski||LG||Joe Thuney|
|Jason Kelce||C||David Andrews|
|Brandon Brooks||RG||Shaq Mason|
|Lane Johnson||RT||Cameron Fleming|
|Zach Ertz||TE||Rob Gronkowski|
|Nelson Agholor||WR||Chris Hogan|
|Nick Foles||QB||Tom Brady|
|LeGarrette Blount||RB||Dion Lewis|
|Torrey Smith||WR||FB||James Develin|
|Vinny Curry||DE||LE||Trey Flowers|
|Timmy Jernigan||DT||Lawrence Guy|
|Fletcher Cox||DT||Malcom Brown|
|Brandon Graham||DE||LB||James Harrison|
|Mychal Kendricks||OLB||LB||Kyle Van Noy|
|Nigel Bradham||OLB||LB||Elandon Roberts|
|Jalen Mills||CB||RCB||Stephon Gilmore|
|Ronald Darby||CB||LCB||Eric Rowe|
|Corey Graham||S||Patrick Chung|
|Rodney McLeod||S||Devin McCourty|
|Malcolm Jenkins||S||Duron Harmon|
References[change | change source]
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