Eagles vs. Patriots: Super Bowl 52 TV Info, Spread, Injury Updates, Game Time

Richard Janvrin@@RichardJanvrinFeatured ColumnistFebruary 2, 2018

FOXBOROUGH, MA - JANUARY 13:  Rob Gronkowski #87 of the New England Patriots looks on before the AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Tennessee Titans  at Gillette Stadium on January 13, 2018 in Foxborough, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images)
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As we head into the weekend, we're gearing up for the biggest NFL game of the year: Super Bowl LII.

This year, we will get two teams from the east coast in the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots duking it out for NFL superiority.

These are two rabid fan bases, so it will be intriguing to see how they fill out U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

Below, we'll go over the TV guide for the game and different ways to watch, as well as the odds, over/under and the latest injury updates.

Let's dive in. 


Super Bowl LII: Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots

What: Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots

Where: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis

When: Sunday, Feb. 4

Time: 6:30 p.m. ET

National TV: NBC

Live Stream: NBCSports.com

Line: NE -4.5

Over/Under: 48


Injury Updates

Patriots RB Mike Gillislee Status Up in the Air

Mike Gillislee told Tom Pelissero of NFL Network that he is feeling better after dealing with a knee injury, but he added "we'll have to see on Sunday" in regards to his playing status for the Super Bowl.

Of course, it would be a major blow if Gillislee is unable to take the field, but as Pelissero also noted, Gillislee also hasn't played in a game since October.

Depthwise, the Patriots are fine at running back without him, with Dion Lewis, Rex Burkhead and James White, but for Gillislee's sake, it's safe to say he wants to get a carry in the Super Bowl—who wouldn't?


Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski Limited in Practice, Cleared from Concussion Protocol

Rob Gronkowski confirmed he'll play in Super Bowl LII, and he returned to practice earlier in the week on a limited basis after suffering a concussion in the AFC Championship, according to Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post. 

Gronk is ready to smash.

Additionally, according to Jeremy Bergman of NFL.com, Gronk is officially cleared from the concussion protocol.

Outside of Gillislee and Gronkowski, there are no other injury updates to report. This should make for a competitive and fun Super Bowl, with everyone ready to roll and prepared to leave it all out on the field for one last game.


All odds are courtesy of OddsShark