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Nielsen says 103.4M people watched the Super Bowl

An estimated 103.4 million people watched the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, the smallest audience for television’s biggest yearly event since 2009.

Philadelphia cleaning up after some Super Bowl celebrations turn unruly

Just as Nick Foles and the Eagles clinched a surprising 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots in Minneapolis for the team’s first Super Bowl title Sunday night, the scene more than 1,000 miles away in Philly was jubilation and pandemonium.

Goodell presents Lombardi, MVP trophies to Eagles — VIDEO

After taking home a 41-33 win over the New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson and quarterback Nick Foles were presented with the Vince Lombardi Trophy and the Pete Rozelle MVP Trophy by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

Goodell hands Super Bowl reins to Atlanta — VIDEO

At a news conference Monday following Super Bowl LII in Minnesota, the Atlanta mayor and executive director of the Atlanta Sports Council officially took over the reins as the host committee for Super Bowl LIII.

Benched Patriots CB Butler says he would have helped

The New England Patriots benched cornerback Malcolm Butler, who played 97.8 percent of their defensive snaps this regular season, relegating him to select special-teams duty for reasons unclear.

Las Vegas sports books buried by Eagles, mystery bettor who won $10M

The mystery bettor — just call him Biff Tannen Jr. — who beat Las Vegas out of millions of dollars when he won all of his wagers on the World Series reportedly won more than $10 million on at least $7.4 million in money-line bets on Philadelphia, which closed at plus 170.

Philadelphia fans hit the streets (and poles) to celebrate Eagles win

On Sunday night, just as Nick Foles led the Eagles to a surprise Super Bowl victory over the Patriots in Minneapolis, the scene more than 1,000 miles away in Philly was jubilation and pandemonium.

Eagles’ Brandon Graham celebrates Brady strip-sack in style

Philadelphia Eagles defensive end and captain Brandon Graham strip-sacked New England Patriots quarterback late in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LII to help clinch a 41-33 victory at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday night.

Eagles prevail in 41-33 Super Bowl knockout of Patriots

One of the most breathless bouts in 52 installments of the Super Bowl ended with the Philadelphia Eagles dethroning the New England Patriots 41-33 on Sunday.

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