Super Bowl 52 will feature a rematch 13 years in the making, when the Philadelphia Eagles try to enact revenge against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBC (live stream at NBC Sports).
On the other sideline, you’ve got Tom Brady, who is obviously no stranger to playing in a Super Bowl. The Patriots might have experience on their side, but they’ve had to overcome some significant injuries as well and are hoping to return tight end Rob Gronkowski — who is still in concussion protocol — to the lineup before kickoff. Even without him, the Pats boast a rushing duo that is hard to stop and a mastermind head coach who is sure to throw in more than few surprises come game time.
There are a couple of different ways to catch a live stream of the big game, including on NBCSports.com. You can also watch Super Bowl 52 from the NFL App and Yahoo! Sports App. The game will also be streamed for your listening pleasure across the airwaves, including NFL GamePass, SiriusXM (Ch. 88), ESPN Deportes Radio, and NBC Universo.
Brandin Cooks may offer a bit more value for Patriots backers, at +110 to score a touchdown at some point in the game. Cooks put up comparable numbers to Gronkowski during the regular season with 65 catches, 1,082 yards receiving, and seven touchdowns and feels due for a big game after a slow start to the regular season.
Other Patriots options include Dion Lewis (+120), Rex Burkhead (+175), James White (+175), Danny Amendola (+175), and Chris Hogan (+225).
Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz (+140 to score a touchdown in Super Bowl LII) and Nelson Agholor (+225) each had eight receiving touchdowns during the regular season, while Alshon Jeffery (+175) led the team with nine. Jeffery also snagged two touchdowns catches in Philadelphia’s 38-7 win over Minnesota in the NFC Championship. Jay Ajayi (+150) and LeGarrette Blount (+200) will also try to reach the end zone out of the backfield.