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Super Bowl LII between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots will be staged on Sunday Feb. 4, 2018. It will take place in a dome just like last year. As the weather outside the venue won’t be so cordial, it will be wise to enjoy the Super Bowl 2018 game live at home. We will guide to all working streaming options including the free ones.

 

This weekend’s clash between the Patriots vs Eagles is a “lesser of two evils” situation for a lot of neutral fans around the league. Both teams and their fans are not in the good book of Plenty of NFL loving people. The Pats look to repeat being Super Bowl champs by winning the sixth title in the franchise’s history. The Philadelphia Eagles, on the other hand, are seeking their first SB title and are back in the big game for the first time since 2005, when they lost 24-21 to Tom Bradys Patriots.

The Venue

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced in May of 2014 that Minnesota and its new stadium would host the SB in 2018. The stadium seats 66,200 but can be expanded to fit up to 70,000 people. The game will be the first Super Bowl in Minnesota since Super Bowl XXVI, when the Washington Redskins defeated the Buffalo Bills, 37-24, on Jan. 26, 1992 at The Metrodome.

 

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Event Name: Super Bowl LII

Time: Sunday, Feb. 4 at 6:30 p.m. ET

Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota

TV: NBC

 

Super Bowl 2018 Tickets

As of January 30th, the median listed price for one ticket to the big game is $5,225, with prices up almost $700 overnight according to VividSeats.com. That constitutes an increase of over $1,000 compared to the average ticket to last year’s game between the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots. One purchase even saw a fan pay $15,150 per ticket for three seats in the club section of the stadium.

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The Eagles have proven themselves capable of beating the Patriots this postseason on both sides of the ball. Philadelphia’s defense, led by the D-line, has kept quarterbacks uncomfortable all year and has allowed a paltry 78 rushing yards per game in these playoffs. Foles has looked good in the last two games and heads an offense built to play with a lead.

 

But the Pats didn’t get to their third Super Bowl in four seasons by luck, and they’ll utilize their strengths: a defense that has 11 postseason sacks, four more than second-place Jacksonville, and Brady, who has an NFL-leading five touchdowns this postseason. The Eagles may jump out to a lead, but pressure from the Patriots and another terrific performance from Brady gives New England yet another Lombardi Trophy. Patriots 28, Eagles 24.

The 2018 Commercials

there’s also plenty on the line for people off the field as well, including marketing departments across the world. The Super Bowl is not only one of the single biggest sporting events annually, but its massive viewership also makes it one of the biggest marketing opportunities for brands each year. That’s why a 30-second television commercial during this year’s big game will average over $5 million.

 

it’s no surprise that advertising during the Super Bowl has become somewhat of a competition on its own, since many people who aren’t all that interested in the game itself will tune in just for the commercials. Brands will often get the help of celebrities or use other strategies to get people talking about their advertising.

Super Bowl Pre-game Shows 2018

Sting has signed on to play the NFL Tailgate Party before the Super Bowl, along with country star Darius Rucker. Portions of the performances will be televised on NBC’s “Super Bowl LII Pregame Show,” and Sting will perform a tune with Shaggy. Pink will perform the national anthem of the United States and Leslie Odom Jr. will sing “America the Beautiful”.

The Half Time Show

Justin Timberlake will headline the 2018 Super Bowl halftime for the third time. The singer will be the first performer with three Super Bowl halftime shows under his belt. Timberlake will take the halftime stage for the third time in his decorated career. He previously did so in 2001, with his former boy band *NSYNC, as well as 2004, which included the infamous Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction.

While the Patriots and Eagles represent two premiere football teams, the principles of adaptation, collective efficacy and interdependence can be applied to any setting where people come together to accomplish a collective goal. It could be in the classroom, on the battlefield, on stage or in a startup: Any team that performs well will tend to believe in its abilities, take advantage of each member’s strengths and adapt to the challenges that inevitably crop up.