Super Bowl LII is set. The New England Patriots will face the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Patriots defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20 to win their second consecutive AFC Championship. The Pats overcame a 10 point fourth quarter deficit to advance. This will be New England’s third Super Bowl in four years and their eighth in the Brady-Belichick Era.
In the second game, the Philadelphia Eagles blew out the Minnesota Vikings 38-7. This was the Eagles’ second straight Playoff win as a road underdog. The Vikings marched right down the field for a touchdown to open the game, but the Eagles took control from that point. Nick Foles threw for 352 yards and 3 touchdowns to carry Philadelphia to the conference title.
This is the second time these two teams will meet in pro football’s championship game. They also met in Super Bowl XXXIX
Wild Card Round
AFC byes: New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers
NFC byes: Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings
Saturday, Jan. 6
GAME 1: Tennessee Titans 22 Kansas City Chiefs 21
GAME 2: Atlanta Falcons 26 Los Angeles Rams 13
Sunday, Jan. 7
GAME 3: Jacksonville Jaguars 10 Buffalo Bills 3
GAME 4: New Orleans Saints 31 Carolina Panthers 26
Saturday, Jan. 13
GAME 5: Philadelphia Eagles 15 Atlanta Falcons 10
GAME 6: New England Patriots 35 Tennessee Titans 14
Sunday, Jan. 14
GAME 7: Jacksonville Jaguars 45 Pittsburgh Steelers 42
GAME 8: Minnesota Vikings 29 New Orleans Saints 24
Sunday, Jan. 21
AFC Championship: New England Patriots 24 Jacksonville Jaguars 20
NFC Championship: Philadelphia Eagles 38 Minnesota Vikings 7
Super Bowl 52
Sunday, Feb. 4
New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles 6:30 p.m., NBC
All times are Eastern.