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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
No easy answer exists to contain Tom Brady during Sunday’s Super Bowl. But the Eagles anticipate they can help their case by maintaining pressure on the future Hall of Famer.
Justin Timberlake, now 37, is 14 years removed from Janet Jackson’s infamous wardrobe malfunction and is excited to take center stage at Super Bowl LII.
It was 2 p.m. on the eve of Super Bowl Eve. In a little while, Brent Musburger would be ensconced in the VSiN broadcast booth at the South Point sports book, counting down the hours to the 52nd installment of The Big Game.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick can talk for hours about the influence his father had on what is the pre-eminent coaching resume in NFL history, having grown up around those practices and meetings at Navy.