Philadelphia Eagles vs New England Patriots

Hello viewers Check best channels to watch Eagles vs Patriots live stream free. Get more details about Super Bowl 2018 halftime show, tickets, schedule and updates here.NBC is the host of Super Bowl 2018 on February 4, 2018, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Super Bowl 2018 sees the New England Patriots playing the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 52. Find time, TV channel and watch online information below for the game.

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Super Bowl 2018 Times and info
Philadelphia Eagles vs New England Patriots
Kickoff: 6:30 p.m. ET
Spread: New England, minus-4.5 | Over/under: 48 (Jan. 26)
Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis
Weather: Dome
TV: NBC
Live stream: Watch HD Live Stream Here

Patriots vs Eagles

Super Bowl 52 features the New England Patriots taking on the Philadelphia Eagles, which gives a chance to get nostalgic for the mid-2000s. Yes, this is a rematch of Super Bowl 39, which ended with the Patriots winning their third title in four years and solidifying their dynasty after a 24-21 victory. The Eagles haven’t been back to the big game until this year.

A lot has changed with both teams since that memorable game on Feb. 6, 2005. In fact, there are only a handful of players still in the league, while the rest have moved on to do other things with their lives. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and explore the biggest names from this game, along with where they are today.

Super Bowl Halftime Show

Justin Timberlake is scheduled to play at halftime of the Super Bowl and if his last Super Bowl performance was any indication, things could get kind of crazy. Back in February 2004, Timberlake and Janet Jackson gave us a wardrobe malfunction that quickly became one of the most unforgettable moments in Super Bowl history. Sports Illustrated re-visited the malfunction back in 2016, and it’s definitely worth a read if you want to re-live the controversy. Of course, if you’re expecting to see a wardrobe malfunction this year, don’t get your hopes up. Timberlake has already said it’s not going to happen.

Coincidentally, the Patriots were also playing the last time Timberlake served as the halftime show. Back in February 2004, New England beat Carolina 32-29 in a game that became kind of an afterthought following the wardrobe malfunction.

Super Bowl 2018

Hello viewers Check best channels to watch Super Bowl 2018 live stream free. Get more details about Super Bowl 2018 halftime show, tickets, schedule and updates here.NBC is the host of Super Bowl 2018 on February 4, 2018, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Super Bowl 2018 sees the New England Patriots playing the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 52. Find time, TV channel and watch online information below for the game.

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Super Bowl 2018 Times and info
Philadelphia Eagles vs New England Patriots
Kickoff: 6:30 p.m. ET
Spread: New England, minus-4.5 | Over/under: 48 (Jan. 26)
Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis
Weather: Dome
TV: NBC
Live stream: Watch HD Live Stream Here

Patriots vs Eagles

Super Bowl 52 features the New England Patriots taking on the Philadelphia Eagles, which gives a chance to get nostalgic for the mid-2000s. Yes, this is a rematch of Super Bowl 39, which ended with the Patriots winning their third title in four years and solidifying their dynasty after a 24-21 victory. The Eagles haven’t been back to the big game until this year.

A lot has changed with both teams since that memorable game on Feb. 6, 2005. In fact, there are only a handful of players still in the league, while the rest have moved on to do other things with their lives. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and explore the biggest names from this game, along with where they are today.

Super Bowl Halftime Show

Justin Timberlake is scheduled to play at halftime of the Super Bowl and if his last Super Bowl performance was any indication, things could get kind of crazy. Back in February 2004, Timberlake and Janet Jackson gave us a wardrobe malfunction that quickly became one of the most unforgettable moments in Super Bowl history. Sports Illustrated re-visited the malfunction back in 2016, and it’s definitely worth a read if you want to re-live the controversy. Of course, if you’re expecting to see a wardrobe malfunction this year, don’t get your hopes up. Timberlake has already said it’s not going to happen.

Coincidentally, the Patriots were also playing the last time Timberlake served as the halftime show. Back in February 2004, New England beat Carolina 32-29 in a game that became kind of an afterthought following the wardrobe malfunction.

Jaguars vs Steelers

Jaguars vs Steelers Live Stream, Football, How to Watch Online, Updated Odds, Stat Predictions for 2018 AFC Divisional Game PITTSBURGH, PA - DECEMBER 10: Le'Veon Bell #26 of the Pittsburgh Steelers in action during the game against the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field on December 10, 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Jacksonville Jagaurs will partake in a rematch of their NFL Week 5 clash on Sunday in the AFC divisional round at Heinz Field.

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Although plenty has changed since two of the best teams in the AFC last met, we could witness similar outcomes on Sunday given the talent on both sides of the ball.

After taking the Week 5 win by the Jaguars into account along with a few other numbers, we made a few bold stat predictions for Sunday’s showdown.

Odds: Pittsburgh (-7.5); Over/Under: 41

Jaguars vs. Steelers start time, stream, channel, broadcasters

  • Date: Sunday, Jan. 14
  • Time: 1:05 p.m. ET
  • Location: Heinz Field — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Channel: CBS (check local listings)
  • Stream: CBS All Access
  • Broadcasters: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon

Roethlisberger Will Throw at Least 2 Interceptions 

The Jaguars will prove that their defensive performance from Week 5 against the Steelers was no fluke on Sunday by forcing Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger into multiple turnovers.

It would be shocking if Roethlisberger threw five interceptions again versus the Jaguars defense, but he could be susceptible to throwing two picks against a group that is one of the best in the league.

Jacksonville boasts the top passing defense in the NFL and created 33 turnovers, which was second only to the Baltimore Ravens. The Jaguars were also one of two teams to pick off opposing quarterbacks more than 20 times.

Although the matchup for defensive backs Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye against Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith-Schuster will be difficult, they’ll find a way to jump routes and make Roethlisberger’s afternoon frustrating.

Another multiple-interception performance from Roethlisberger would be rare, as he only turned the ball over more than once after his dreadful date with the Jaguars.

Although there isn’t a direct trend in Roethlisberger’s career pointing toward a dismal showing at home on Sunday, he hasn’t been perfect in the pocket in the postseason.

Roethlisberger has been picked off on 23 occasions in 20 postseason games, with four of those coming last postseason.

If the Jaguars can get pressure on Roethlisberger through their pass rush led by Calais Campbell and Yannick Ngakoue, the Steelers signal caller could end up throwing a bad ball into a crowd that will result in an interception or two

However, Roethlisberger’s interception total won’t be a total hindrance on Pittsburgh’s success, as it will find a way to finish off the upstart Jags in the fourth quarter.

LeVeon Bell’s 100-Yard Game Will be Difference in Steelers Win 

The answer to Roethlisberger’s potential struggles will come from running back LeVeon Bell, who had 357 rushing yards on 65 carries over three games in the postseason a year ago.

The 25-year-old will learn from his Week 5 struggles against the Jaguars in which he gained 47 yards on 15 carries and take advantage of Jacksonville’s aggressive pass rush to break a few big runs.

One of the keys for the Pittsburgh running game will be the implementation of draw plays that take a few seconds to develop. Although it may seem counterproductive against the Jacksonville defensive line, if the Steelers are able to block properly, holes will open up for Bell to cut through for double-digit gains.

Bell is entering the playoffs on the heels of two impressive performances, as he picked up 117 yards on the ground against the New England Patriots in Week 15 and an additional 69 versus the Houston Texans in Week 16.

It would be wise of the Steelers to try and get Bell going early, which if successful, could lead to more production from Roethlisberger with the Jaguars front seven occupied with Bell.

It’s certainly a bold prediction to make, especially after we called for some struggles for Roethlisberger, but Bell reaching the 100-yard mark is possible if everything goes right for Pittsburgh.

Bortles Won’t Turn the Ball Over, but Will Struggle

We’re fine with you mocking us for predicting Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles won’t turn the ball over after saying Roethlisberger will on multiple occasions, but sometimes you have to be crazy to make bold predictions.

Just because he won’t throw an interception or fumble the ball doesn’t mean Bortles won’t struggle against the Steelers defense.

Bortles won’t get a chance to make a momentum-changing mistake because he either won’t have the ball in his hands or the Steelers will get to him before he releases a pass.

With the Jaguars expected to rely on running back Leonard Fournette like they did in Week 5, Bortles will attempt 20 passes at most on Sunday afternoon.

PITTSBURGH, PA - OCTOBER 08: Blake Bortles #5 of the Jacksonville Jaguars scrambles out of the pocket in the first half during the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field on October 8, 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Ge

But when he does drop back to pass, he’ll experience problems against a Pittsburgh defense that will be motivated to get the ball back and create a short field that leads to a quick strike from its offense.

As crazy as it may seem with someone who gets criticized often like Bortles, he had eight games during the regular season in which he didn’t throw an interception.

The only difference from those games is Bortles won’t throw close to the average of 251 passing yards he threw for in the contests he didn’t commit a turnover.

Bortles will be lucky to reach 150 yards against a Pittsburgh defense that will focus on Fournette and challenge the 25-year-old quarterback to beat it by himself, which is something he’ll be unable to do.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs Jacksonville Jagaurs

Pittsburgh Steelers vs Jacksonville Jagaurs Live Stream, Football, How to Watch Online, Updated Odds, Stat Predictions for 2018 AFC Divisional GamePITTSBURGH, PA - DECEMBER 10: Le'Veon Bell #26 of the Pittsburgh Steelers in action during the game against the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field on December 10, 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Jacksonville Jagaurs will partake in a rematch of their NFL Week 5 clash on Sunday in the AFC divisional round at Heinz Field.

 CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW

Although plenty has changed since two of the best teams in the AFC last met, we could witness similar outcomes on Sunday given the talent on both sides of the ball.

After taking the Week 5 win by the Jaguars into account along with a few other numbers, we made a few bold stat predictions for Sunday’s showdown.

Odds: Pittsburgh (-7.5); Over/Under: 41

Jaguars vs. Steelers start time, stream, channel, broadcasters

  • Date: Sunday, Jan. 14
  • Time: 1:05 p.m. ET
  • Location: Heinz Field — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Channel: CBS (check local listings)
  • Stream: CBS All Access
  • Broadcasters: Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon

Roethlisberger Will Throw at Least 2 Interceptions 

The Jaguars will prove that their defensive performance from Week 5 against the Steelers was no fluke on Sunday by forcing Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger into multiple turnovers.

It would be shocking if Roethlisberger threw five interceptions again versus the Jaguars defense, but he could be susceptible to throwing two picks against a group that is one of the best in the league.

Jacksonville boasts the top passing defense in the NFL and created 33 turnovers, which was second only to the Baltimore Ravens. The Jaguars were also one of two teams to pick off opposing quarterbacks more than 20 times.

Although the matchup for defensive backs Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye against Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith-Schuster will be difficult, they’ll find a way to jump routes and make Roethlisberger’s afternoon frustrating.

Another multiple-interception performance from Roethlisberger would be rare, as he only turned the ball over more than once after his dreadful date with the Jaguars.

Although there isn’t a direct trend in Roethlisberger’s career pointing toward a dismal showing at home on Sunday, he hasn’t been perfect in the pocket in the postseason.

Roethlisberger has been picked off on 23 occasions in 20 postseason games, with four of those coming last postseason.

If the Jaguars can get pressure on Roethlisberger through their pass rush led by Calais Campbell and Yannick Ngakoue, the Steelers signal caller could end up throwing a bad ball into a crowd that will result in an interception or two.

However, Roethlisberger’s interception total won’t be a total hindrance on Pittsburgh’s success, as it will find a way to finish off the upstart Jags in the fourth quarter.

LeVeon Bell’s 100-Yard Game Will be Difference in Steelers Win 

The answer to Roethlisberger’s potential struggles will come from running back LeVeon Bell, who had 357 rushing yards on 65 carries over three games in the postseason a year ago.

The 25-year-old will learn from his Week 5 struggles against the Jaguars in which he gained 47 yards on 15 carries and take advantage of Jacksonville’s aggressive pass rush to break a few big runs.

One of the keys for the Pittsburgh running game will be the implementation of draw plays that take a few seconds to develop. Although it may seem counterproductive against the Jacksonville defensive line, if the Steelers are able to block properly, holes will open up for Bell to cut through for double-digit gains.

Bell is entering the playoffs on the heels of two impressive performances, as he picked up 117 yards on the ground against the New England Patriots in Week 15 and an additional 69 versus the Houston Texans in Week 16.

It would be wise of the Steelers to try and get Bell going early, which if successful, could lead to more production from Roethlisberger with the Jaguars front seven occupied with Bell.

It’s certainly a bold prediction to make, especially after we called for some struggles for Roethlisberger, but Bell reaching the 100-yard mark is possible if everything goes right for Pittsburgh.

Bortles Won’t Turn the Ball Over, but Will Struggle

We’re fine with you mocking us for predicting Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles won’t turn the ball over after saying Roethlisberger will on multiple occasions, but sometimes you have to be crazy to make bold predictions.

Just because he won’t throw an interception or fumble the ball doesn’t mean Bortles won’t struggle against the Steelers defense.

Bortles won’t get a chance to make a momentum-changing mistake because he either won’t have the ball in his hands or the Steelers will get to him before he releases a pass.

With the Jaguars expected to rely on running back Leonard Fournette like they did in Week 5, Bortles will attempt 20 passes at most on Sunday afternoon.

PITTSBURGH, PA - OCTOBER 08: Blake Bortles #5 of the Jacksonville Jaguars scrambles out of the pocket in the first half during the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field on October 8, 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Ge

But when he does drop back to pass, he’ll experience problems against a Pittsburgh defense that will be motivated to get the ball back and create a short field that leads to a quick strike from its offense.

As crazy as it may seem with someone who gets criticized often like Bortles, he had eight games during the regular season in which he didn’t throw an interception.

The only difference from those games is Bortles won’t throw close to the average of 251 passing yards he threw for in the contests he didn’t commit a turnover.

Bortles will be lucky to reach 150 yards against a Pittsburgh defense that will focus on Fournette and challenge the 25-year-old quarterback to beat it by himself, which is something he’ll be unable to do.

Saints vs Vikings

Saints vs Vikings Live Stream, Football,  Updated Odds, Stat Predictions for 2018 NFC Divisional Game, How to Watch Online

Saints vs Vikings Live Stream Online,Everyone continues to wonder when the clock will strike midnight for Case Keenum’s magical season. The Minnesota Vikings quarterback has produced a career year in a breakout season, and the Vikings hope he can continue to string play when they host the New Orleans Saints in a NFC divisional playoff game.

Saints vs Vikings Live

Date: Sunday, Jan. 14
Start Time: 4:40 p.m. ET
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium
TV Info: FOX

Saints vs Vikings

Saints vs Vikings Live

The Minnesota Vikings’ 29-19 Week 1 victory over the New Orleans Saints seems like ages ago. Sam Bradford was Minnesota’s signal-caller that day, and he connected early and often with wideouts Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen, who torched the Saints secondary. New Orleans couldn’t get much going on offense all game and was down 26-9 early in the fourth quarter before scoring 10 late points.

New Orleans’ defense is much improved since then, however, and Case Keenum is now leading the Viking charge after Bradford suffered a knee injury.

They’ll face off again on Sunday with an NFC Championship berth on the line. It should be a fun game, likely one that’s closer than their Week 1 matchup.

Case Keenum, Jerrick McKinnon and Kyle Rudolph Lead Vikings to Victory

The Saints defense has fared well for most of the season, but it has struggled in recent weeks. In Week 17, the Saints allowed 31 points to the 5-11 Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Quarterback Jameis Winston threw for 363 yards, and wideouts Chris Godwin and Adam Humphries each eclipsed 100 receiving yards.

The Saints then hosted the Carolina Panthers in the wild-card round and held on for a 31-26 win. However, Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey and tight end Greg Olsen each posted over 100 yards, and quarterback Cam Newton accounted for 386 (349 passing, 37 rushing).

For those scoring at home, the Saints have now allowed four players to hit 100 receiving yards in the past two weeks, in addition to giving up 300-yard performances to quarterbacks in each contest.

That’s not a good sign leading into the divisional round against the Minnesota Vikings, who lost just one game in U.S. Bank Stadium this year.

The Minnesota offense has flourished under the leadership of quarterback Case Keenum, who has formed a solid rapport with offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur and his teammates en route to throwing 22 touchdown pass and completing over 67 percent of his attempts.

Minnesota has scored 23 or more points in each of its home games outside of a 14-7 loss to the Detroit Lions in which it lost running back Dalvin Cook for the season after the rookie suffered a torn ACL in the third quarter. In other words, the Vikings can be forgiven for losing that one given the devastating mid-game loss of their star running back.

The Saints’ top three defensive players (in no particular order) are outside cornerbacks Marshon Lattimore and Ken Crawley and edge-rusher Cameron Jordan. They have caused problems for opposing offenses all season en route to helping give the Saints the 10th-best scoring defense in the NFL.

New Orleans Saints vs Minnesota Vikings

New Orleans Saints vs Minnesota Vikings Live Stream, Football, How to Watch Online, Odds, Predictions Start Time for 2018 NFC Divisional Game

Saints vs Vikings Live Stream Online,Everyone continues to wonder when the clock will strike midnight for Case Keenum’s magical season. The Minnesota Vikings quarterback has produced a career year in a breakout season, and the Vikings hope he can continue to string play when they host the New Orleans Saints in a NFC divisional playoff game.

Saints vs Vikings Live

Date: Sunday, Jan. 14
Start Time: 4:40 p.m. ET
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium
TV Info: FOX

Saints vs Vikings

Saints vs Vikings Live

The Minnesota Vikings’ 29-19 Week 1 victory over the New Orleans Saints seems like ages ago. Sam Bradford was Minnesota’s signal-caller that day, and he connected early and often with wideouts Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen, who torched the Saints secondary. New Orleans couldn’t get much going on offense all game and was down 26-9 early in the fourth quarter before scoring 10 late points.

New Orleans’ defense is much improved since then, however, and Case Keenum is now leading the Viking charge after Bradford suffered a knee injury.

They’ll face off again on Sunday with an NFC Championship berth on the line. It should be a fun game, likely one that’s closer than their Week 1 matchup.

Case Keenum, Jerrick McKinnon and Kyle Rudolph Lead Vikings to Victory

The Saints defense has fared well for most of the season, but it has struggled in recent weeks. In Week 17, the Saints allowed 31 points to the 5-11 Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Quarterback Jameis Winston threw for 363 yards, and wideouts Chris Godwin and Adam Humphries each eclipsed 100 receiving yards.

The Saints then hosted the Carolina Panthers in the wild-card round and held on for a 31-26 win. However, Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey and tight end Greg Olsen each posted over 100 yards, and quarterback Cam Newton accounted for 386 (349 passing, 37 rushing).

For those scoring at home, the Saints have now allowed four players to hit 100 receiving yards in the past two weeks, in addition to giving up 300-yard performances to quarterbacks in each contest.

That’s not a good sign leading into the divisional round against the Minnesota Vikings, who lost just one game in U.S. Bank Stadium this year.

The Minnesota offense has flourished under the leadership of quarterback Case Keenum, who has formed a solid rapport with offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur and his teammates en route to throwing 22 touchdown pass and completing over 67 percent of his attempts.

Minnesota has scored 23 or more points in each of its home games outside of a 14-7 loss to the Detroit Lions in which it lost running back Dalvin Cook for the season after the rookie suffered a torn ACL in the third quarter. In other words, the Vikings can be forgiven for losing that one given the devastating mid-game loss of their star running back.

The Saints’ top three defensive players (in no particular order) are outside cornerbacks Marshon Lattimore and Ken Crawley and edge-rusher Cameron Jordan. They have caused problems for opposing offenses all season en route to helping give the Saints the 10th-best scoring defense in the NFL.