4 Reasons Why the New England Patriots Will Win Super Bowl LII

The Eagles are a great underdog story with Nick Foles, but the magic will run out in Super Bowl LII against Tom Brady and the Patriots.

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.