2018 Super Bowl LII: Eagles vs. Patriots Live presented by Verizon is a free nine-day family-friendly fan festival in downtown Houston celebrating Super Bowl LI. Anchored in Discovery Green and encompassing more than 750,000 square feet, approximately the size of 13 football fields, Super Bowl LIVE presented by Verizon features live music and performances, interactive exhibits, great food and a 90-foot tall virtual reality trip to Mars. With so much to do and so many great performances, there is something for everyone who visits.
Just Click & Watch 2018 Super Bowl LII
Teams: New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles
Where: Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
When: Monday, January 29
Time: 8 p.m. ET
TV Channel: NFL Network, ESPN2
Live Stream: FuboTV, WatchESPN
Philadelphia Eagles interviews: 8 p.m. ET
New England Patriots interviews: 10 p.m. ET
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Super Bowl LII 2018 News:
Sights, sounds from Super Bowl LII Opening Night Patriots land in Minneapolis ahead of Super Bowl Bill Belichick on the Eagles: ‘They do everything well’ Brady ends WEEI interview over daughter remark P!NK to perform national anthem at Super Bowl LII NFL names Gene Steratore Super Bowl LII referee Rob Riggle hosting NFL Honors on Super Bowl eve Leslie Odom, Jr. to sing ‘America The Beautiful’ Goodell presents SB LII tickets to youth coaches.
2018 Super Bowl LII Info:
Super Bowl LII will decide the league champion for the 2017 NFL season. The game is scheduled to be held on February 4, 2018, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It will be the second Super Bowl in Minneapolis, which previously hosted Super Bowl XXVI in 1992. It will be the sixth Super Bowl in a cold weather city.
Super Bowl Live
presented by Verizon
January 26 – February 4, 2018
Super Bowl LIVE presented by Verizon on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis will be the site of an epic 10-day fan festival, free and open to the public, leading up to Super Bowl LII on February 4, 2018. Super Bowl LIVE presented by Verizon will feature something for everyone, including free live concerts, national broadcast activations, food and fun, with nods to winter that showcase Minnesota’s authentic, Bold North brand.
At quarterback, the Eagles will give Nick Foles his third start of the postseason after he made the same number of regular-season starts following the injury to Carson Wentz. Foles was brilliant in the team’s beatdown of the Vikings, completing 78.8 percent of his passes for 352 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions.
Here’s the rest of the Eagles’ starting lineup on both sides of the ball, based on snap counts from their previous two postseason games, as well as key backups and other players who have seen action in the postseason.
New England Patriots:
At quarterback, the Patriots feature a man who has rewritten the record books in his Hall of Fame career and who could win his sixth Super Bowl on Feb. 4. Tom Brady dealt with a hand injury in the AFC Championship game, but the issue didn’t seem to affect him at all, and he’s not in any danger of missing the Super Bowl.
Here’s the rest of the Patriots’ starting lineup on both sides of the ball, based on snap counts from their previous two postseason games, as well as key backups and other players who have seen action in the postseason.