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Deep Eagles defense looks to run down Patriots’ Tom Brady

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.

Las Vegas should want a Super Bowl, but it doesn’t need one

It is certain with the building of an NFL stadium and arrival of the Raiders, the NFL will award Las Vegas a Super Bowl, already one of the biggest days each year for Southern Nevada.

Here’s the matchups for Super Bowl LII

Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney takes a position-by-position look at how New England and Philadelphia stack up for Super Bowl LII on Sunday in Minneapolis.

Timberlake eager to headline Super Bowl halftime again

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.

Super Bowl LII pregame guide for NBC, ESPN, NFL Network

For the hardcore football aficionados who didn’t get enough Super Bowl coverage the past two weeks, here’s your pregame TV guide leading up to the big game.

52 for LII: Super Bowl prediction poll

The Patriots are 4½-point favorites over the Eagles and the total is 48½ for Sunday’s game. A survey of opinions from Review-Journal staff members, other media, oddsmakers and professional bettors and handicappers.

VSiN sports gambling network marks 1-year anniversary at South Point

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.

Math-inclined assistant has Eagles coach Doug Pederson’s ear

A 27-year-old with equations, an economics degree and, most valuably, coach Doug Pederson’s ear analyzed numbers during the most consequential drive of the Philadelphia Eagles’ season.

In-play wagering wave of future at Nevada sports books

In-play wagering — in which the point spread, total and money line are constantly adjusted during a game — generated 22 percent of William Hill’s betting handle in 2017.