4 Reasons Why the New England Patriots Will Win Super Bowl LII
For the fourth time in seven years, football fans across the country will tune into a Super Bowl matchup on Sunday that once again features the New England Patriots.
While the underdog Philadelphia Eagles have been a great postseason story thus far led by Nick Foles and represent a fan base yearning for its first Lombardi trophy, Super Bowl LII has the looks of a game that will once again end with head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady celebrating another victory.
The Patriots enter the Super Bowl as 4.5-point favorites and have all of the experience on their side. Combined, players on the Patriots have been in 60 Super Bowls, while the Eagles roster accounts for just 7 games of Super Bowl experience. In fact, Brady himself matches the experience on the Eagles' side.
Over the past two weeks, Philly has become a trendy pick to upset the Patriots dynasty, but here are four reasons why New England should once again end the NFL season as Super Bowl champions.