2018 Super Bowl: Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots Recap

2018 Super Bowl: Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots

2018 Super Bowl between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots was played on Sunday,  Feb. 4, 2018. The kickoff time for Eagles vs. Patriots was at 6:30 p.m. ET.

The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII Sunday night to win the first Super Bowl trophy in the team’s history.

Quarter-By-Quarter Score

1st Quarter: Eagles 9, Patriots 3

2nd Quarter: Eagles 22, Patriots 12

3rd Quarter: Eagles 29, Patriots 26

Final: Eagles 41, Patriots 33

Eagles vs. Patriots | 2018 Super Bowl LII Game Highlights

Postgame Stats:

  • Total yards: Patriots 613, Eagles 538.
  • Third down conversions: Eagles 10-for-16, Patriots 5-for-10.
  • Foles — sorry, Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles — went 28-for-43 for 373 yards, three touchdowns, and a touchdown reception. Nick Foles did that!
  • Brady in a losing effort: 28-for-48 for 505 yards and three touchdowns. He took just one sack and threw no picks, but the one sack was a killer.
  • Corey Clement (PHI): three carries for eight yards, four catches for 100 yards.
  • LeGarrette Blount and Jay Ajayi (PHI): 23 carries for 147 yards and a touchdown.
  • Danny Amendola and Chris Hogan (NE): 19 targets, 14 catches, 280 yards, one score.
  • Rob Gronkowski (NE): 15 targets, nine catches, 116 yards, two touchdowns.
  • Zach Ertz (PHI): nine targets, seven catches, 67 yards, and a touchdown.
  • Brandon Graham (PHI): the game’s only sack

Who Performed at the 2018 Super Bowl halftime show?

Justin Timberlake was  performing at the Pepsi Super Bowl LII Halftime Show at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota.

The national anthem performer at the 2018 Super Bowl was P!nk. It was her first time performing at the Super Bowl stage.


10 New England
8 Dallas
8 Pittsburgh
8 Denver
6 San Francisco
5 Green Bay Packers
5 New York Giants
5 Washington Redskins
5 Oakland Raiders
5 Miami Dolphins
4 Buffalo (1990-93)
3 Miami (1971-73)
2 Green Bay (1966-67, 1996-97)
2 Dallas (1970-71, 1977-78, 1992-93)
2 Minnesota (1973-74)
2 Washington (1982-83)
2 Denver (1986-87, 1997-98)
2 San Francisco (1988-89)
2 New England (2003-04)
2 Seattle (2013-14)
2 New England (2016-17)


Source: Stats

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