ESPN has made their final picks for who they ultimately believe will win Super Bowl LII between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots.
ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports, has recently made their final picks heading into Super Bowl LII between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots. With 85 people that work for ESPN making their final picks, it was pretty much a landslide.
The final tally was 61 picks for the Patriots and just 24 for the Eagles. Let’s face it, the truth of the matter is, the Patriots have “been there, done that” in the grand scheme of things. They’ve been a dynasty in the NFL for what seems like forever as writers, analysts, and even former NFL players that work for ESPN all know this is their world and we’re just living it.
The Patriots are going for their sixth championship under head coach Bill Belichick and even though the betting odds are against them, will have a solid game plan ready for everything the Eagles throw his way. The Eagles, on the other hand, will have a huge opportunity to silence their critics and continue being underdogs.
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It’s hard to beat the Patriots and everyone knows that they’ve had over two weeks to come up with a game plan to once again be champions of the world. Even with the adversity of being down by a lot, they have that toughness and grit to continue at it until it’s their time to go for the win. The Eagles can’t stop any momentum going their way if they’re able to get a lead on the Patriots since we’ve all seen what they can accomplish when they’re down but not out.
ESPN has been a staple in the lives of many sports fans from across the globe for decades now and knows that this Patriots dynasty isn’t over just yet. Hopefully, it’ll be a great game that comes down to the wire featuring two of the best teams in the NFL. But something says it’ll be the same song and dance with the Patriots once again winning it all.