20 Key Numbers Patriots Fans Need To Know For The Super Bowl

MINNEAPOLIS – This Sunday, tens of millions of people will tune in to watch Tom Brady and the New England Patriots take on Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII (Super Bowl 52).

Here are 20 key numbers you need to know for the Super Bowl this Sunday:

4.5
The Patriots are favored by 4.5 points to win this Super Bowl. They started out as 5.5 point favorites.

5
The Patriots have won 5 Super Bowl Championships.

0
The Eagles have won 0 Super Bowl Championships.

12
Tom Brady, who some say is the greatest QB of all time, will be healthy after injuring his hand before the AFC Championship game. Also, he had 12 stitches in his hand before the AFC Championship game, which has reportedly healed well.

87
It appears Patriots Tight End Rob Gronkowski is cleared to play through the NFL’s concussion protocol in this game after suffering a concussion in the AFC Championship game.

$3,250+
The price of tickets to Super Bowl LII. Some tickets are selling for tens of thousands of dollars.



25
The Patriots overcame a 25 point deficit vs the Atlanta Falcons in last year’s Super Bowl.

13-3
The win-loss record for both the Patriots and Eagles for the 2017 regular season.

1
The Patriots’ offensive league ranking by yardage.

394
The Patriots’ average offensive yardage during the regular season.

4
The Eagles’ defensive league ranking by yardage allowed.

306.5
The Eagles average defensive yardage allowed per game during the regular season.

7
The Eagles’ offensive league ranking by yardage.

365.8
The Eagles’ average offensive yardage during the regular season.



29
The Patriots’ defensive league ranking by yardage allowed.

366
The Patriots’ average defensive yardage allowed per game during the regular season.

27
Number of postseason victories Tom Brady has led the Patriots too.

2
Number of postseason victories Nick Foles has led the Eagles too.

66,655
The capacity crowd that will watch the Super Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

40
Tom Brady’s age. We only added it because a win would make Brady the
first QB to win a Super Bowl at age 40 or older.



Patriots Tight End Rob Gronkowski. Photo courtesy Rob Gronkowski Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/RobGronkowski/

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