Super Bowl 2018 live stream.Super Bowl 52 kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET Sunday in Minneapolis with the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots. Unlike last year’s game, which was broadcast on Fox Deportes, the Spanish language broadcast of the Super Bowl will air on Telemundo Deportes (live stream).watch free now
the 2018 Super Bowl starts with kickoff at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBC, TV networks will have stuffed pregame shows with the final offerings of analysis for Eagles vs. Patriots in Super Bowl 52 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
All that build-up has the world more than ready for kickoff time on Super Bowl Sunday. New England, a 4 1/2-point favorite over Philadelphia, is hoping to win its second consecutive Super Bowl and sixth in franchise history. The Eagles, of course, are searching for their first Super Bowl victory. But you know all the storylines by now.
Super Bowl 52 between the Eagles and Patriots will air nationally on NBC. Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will call the game from the booth, with Michele Tafoya reporting from the sidelines.
As for the Westwood One radio broadcast, Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason will call the action from the booth with help from Mike Holmgren, Tony Boseli and Ed Werder.
the Super Bowl is a routine activity. Off the top of my head, I can’t even tell you how many times they’ve been here now. That’s not the case for the Eagles, who are playing in their third Super Bowl in franchise history. And in case you didn’t know, Philadelphia has never won a Super Bowl before. So today is kind of a big deal.
The Eagles are underdogs in this game. That’s no different to them since their opponents have been favored in every playoff game so far. Philly has been at their most dangerous when people have counted them out. They’ve proved their doubters wrong at every turn, so it shouldn’t be easy to pick against them yet again.
With that said, the Patriots obviously present a formidable challenge due to having one of the best quarterbacks, Tom Brady, and one of the best head coaches, Bill Belichick, of all-time. The Eagles, meanwhile, are starting a backup under center in Nick Foles and being led by second-year head coach and ice cream lover Doug Pederson.