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Super Bowl 2018: Time, Broadcast, Starting Rosters, Where To Bet

Super Bowl 2018: Time, Broadcast, Starting Rosters, Where To Bet

How To Watch Super Bowl LII 

An exciting playoff season boils down to a classic underdog tale, with the Eagles fully embracing their role as unexpected participants in the 2018 Super Bowl. Despite finishing as the top seed, Philadelphia faced tall odds without Carson Wentz, but managed to survive a last-minute push by Atlanta, before mercilessly smoking the Vikings in the NFC conference finals. The Patriots were top favorites before the season started, and they remain the expected victors on February 4th.

  • Super Bowl LII - New England Patriots vs Philadelphia Eagles
  • Date: Sunday, February 4th, 2018
  • Kickoff Time: 6:30 PM EST
  • Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Television: NBC, CTV, TSN2, Sky Sports
  • Live Stream: NBC Sports App, Yahoo Sports App, NFL App, CTV, FuboTV, Sky Sports App

Super Bowl LII Betting Lines

The Eagles have been the popular choice during the run up to the Super Bowl, with some sportsbooks reporting nearly 80% of all betting dollars placed on Philadelphia's moneyline and point spread. Opening lines for the Patriots featured a spread as high as -6.0 for New England, but the furious action on behalf of Philly has plunged the spread as low as -4.5. This trend also affected New England's moneyline, which plunged below -200. These massive line movements improve the value of betting on the favored New England Patriots.

  • Starting Point Spread: – -5.5 Patriots
  • Current Point Spread: – -4.5 Patriots
  • Moneyline: Patriots -180 | Eagles +150 
  • Over/Under: 48.5 Points

Best Super Bowl Betting Sites

Super Bowl LII will be the busiest wagering day of the year, with plenty of sportsbooks competing to earn your action. Well established Super Bowl betting sites will provide solid bonuses with low rollover requirements, along with a wide range of props for the big game. Sportsbooks may differ in terms of the odds offered, which makes it worth your while to double-check moneylines, spreads and props across trusted sites.

      New England Patriots Projected Starters

      Everyone talks about Tom Brady, but his receivers and runners provide elite offensive support which allows the Patriots pivot to excel. Gronkowski, Cooks and Amendola will draw plenty of attention from the Eagles secondary, giving Lewis a chance to fulfill his role as a multifaceted threat. On the defensive side of scrimmage, Malcolm Butler and James Harrison have proven themselves as defenders capable of making massive, momentum swinging plays. 


      • QB: Tom Brady
      • TE: Rob Gronkowski
      • WR: Brandin Cooks
      • WR: Chris Hogan
      • WR: Danny Amendola
      • RB: Dion Lewis
      • C: David Andrews
      • RG: Shaq Mason
      • RT: Cameron Fleming
      • LT: Nate Solder
      • LG: Joe Thuney


      • DT: Malcom Brown
      • DT: Lawrence Guy
      • LE: Trey Flowers
      • RE: Ricky Jean Francois
      • OLB: Kyle Van Noy
      • MLB: Elandon Roberts
      • OLB: James Harrison
      • CB: Malcolm Butler
      • CB: Stephon Gilmore
      • FS: Devin McCourty
      • SS: Patrick Chung

      Kickers and Returners

      • K: Stephen Gostkowski
      • P: Ryan Allen
      • KR: Dion Lewis
      • PR: Danny Amendola 

      Patriots Coaches and Coordinators

      • Coach: Bill Belichick
      • Offensive Coordinator: Josh McDaniels
      • Defensive Coordinator: Matt Patricia 

      Philadelphia Eagles Projected Starters

      Despite earning a spot as a Pro Bowl tight end, there's relatively little buzz surrounding Zach Ertz, who's proven to be a Gronk-like contributor for the Eagles. RB Jay Ajayi serves as a threat to run and receive, while Alshon Jeffery will have an opportunity to shine as a tall, athletic wide receiver. Philly's at the big game because of defense, which includes Fletcher Cox on the d-line and Malcolm Jenkins leading the secondary as a safety. Both Jenkins and Cox were named to the Pro Bowl, and they'll make life less comfortable for Tom Brady.


      • QB: Nick Foles
      • TE: Zach Ertz
      • WR: Alshon Jeffery
      • WR: Torrey Smith
      • WR: Nelson Agholor
      • RB: Jay Ajayi
      • C: Jason Kelce
      • RG: Brandon Brooks
      • RT: Lane Johnson
      • LT: Halapoulivaati Vaitai 
      • LG: Stefen Wisniewski


      • DT: Fletcher Cox
      • DT: Timmy Jernigan
      • LE: Brandon Graham
      • RE: Vinny Curry
      • WLB: Nigel Bradham
      • SLB: Mychal Kendricks
      • CB: Jalen Mills
      • CB: Ronald Darby
      • CB: Patrick Robinson
      • FS: Rodney McLeod
      • SS: Malcolm Jenkins 

      Kickers and Returners

      • K: Jake Elliott
      • P: Donnie Jones
      • KR & PR: Kenjon Barner 

      Eagles Coaches and Coordinators

      • Coach: Doug Pederson
      • Offensive Coordinator: Frank Reich
      • Defensive Coordinator: Jim Schwartz

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