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2018 Super Bowl

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New England Patriots verses the Philadelphia Eagles.
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New England Patriots verses the Philadelphia Eagles. Credit: superbowl.com

New England Patriots verses the Philadelphia Eagles. Credit: superbowl.com

Nicholas Mullineux'Perrault, Staff Writer

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It’s the end of January and that means the same thing for almost all sports fans. As the National Football League’s season comes to a close, only two teams remain. After a long grueling season filled with injuries and broken hearts, the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots are the two teams that will meet in Minnesota for the Super Bowl.

One of this year’s Super Bowl teams as fairly predictable in the early season. The New England Patriots have been a strong team for the past 10 years, led by Tom Brady. Some people are unhappy about the Patriots making the big game two years in a row. Jake Pedersen, a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers, is one of the people that isn’t happy. “I’m not excited for the Super Bowl this year. The Patriots are always playing in the playoffs and that annoys me,” Pedersen said.

The Philadelphia Eagles’ season didn’t go as many fan’s expected. After starting with the best record in the league,  led by MVP quarterback Carson Wentz, their season took an unexpected turn. Carson Wentz tore his ACL and now the team is being led by Nick Foles. Most people thought that their season was over. Fast forward to end of January and we now see them facing the Patriots in the Super Bowl. Being the underdog for most of the postseason, they look to come out on top again in the big game. “I think the Eagles are going to upset the Patriots 38-14,” Pedersen said.

With the big game coming up, many fans look forward to the funny commercials and the halftime show.  No matter who wins the game however, all fans face the same fate we do every year. A long spring and most of summer without football.

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