Philadelphia Eagles vs New England Patriots: All the Super Bowl info


You can catch the Super Bowl on Sunday night, featuring the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots from U.S.Bank Stadium on television, radio and online. Truthfully, if you can’t, you’re not trying.

We’ve talked and talked and typed and written everything that we can. We’re done. There’s nothing left to say. It’s Super Bowl Sunday, and the Philadelphia Eagles meet the New England Patriots for all the marbles in the biggest game in professional sports.

One more win will give the Eagles their first Lombardi Trophy and their first NFL championship since 1960. Then, it’s time to plan what will be the craziest parade in the history of our great country.

Here’s an official preview courtesy of the NFL via their YouTube page.

One more game remains in the Philadelphia Eagles’ season, and it’s the biggest game in sports. Here’s how you find it.

Live and on television:

Date: Sunday, February 4th
Start Time: 6:30 PM EST
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium
Online Stream: This is the Super Bowl man. It’s everywhere. It’s on Hulu (if you’re paying $39.99 for the live TV option). NFL Game Pass (They have a seven-day free trial) or on fuboTV (They have a seven-day free trial as well).

We’re not done. There’s also NBC Sports Live and their corresponding mobile app. That can be found everywhere from Amazon Fire and Apple TV to Roku and Xbox. There will be a live stream of the game on NFL Mobile as well.

Who’s calling the NBC Broadcast?

This one’s obvious. It’s NBC. Al Michaels has the play-by-play call, along with Cris Collinsworth (color analyst), Michele Tafoya is the sideline reporter.

Local Radio Outlets:

What Eagles fan isn’t familiar with their radio team? If you’re unable to watch the game live and you live in or around the Philadelphia area, you can always tune into SportsRadio 94 WIP-FM. You’ll be listening to the legendary Merrill Reese along with Mike Quick. Howard Eskin will handle the sideline reporting. For a full list of WIP-FM show listings, click here.

Click here for the Patriots broadcast network. Bob Socci and former Patriots quarterback Scott Zolak handle the call.

The National Radio Broadcast:

Westwood One Sports will carry its’ own coverage as well. Pre-game coverage begins at 2 PM EST. Listen to Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Trent Green (color), and Ross Tucker (sidelines) for the call.


The dog masks are out in Minneapolis, and they’re in full force. According to, the Eagles are 4.5-point underdogs as of 1 PM EST on Super Bowl Sunday.

ITI’s Prediction:

Geoffrey A Knox: Eagles 27 – Patriots 20

Justin Grasso: Eagles 27 – Patriots 24