<

The Super Bowl LII Matchup Has Been Decided!

The New England Patriots will face the Philadelphia Eagles.

 

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will look to go back-to-back when they face the Philadelphia Eagles in Minnesota in two weeks time.

The New England Patriots mounted a late, fourth quarter comeback to book their place in the Super Bowl.

 

Trailing 20-10 in the fourth quarter, Tom Brady led New England to yet another memorable win, throwing two touchdown passes for Danny Amendola to take out the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20.

 

Brady connected with Amendola for a 9-yard pass with just under nine minutes remaining to cut the lead to three.

 

And after the New England defence forced two Jacksonville punts; Brady led the Patriots back down the field, finding Amendola again, who somehow got both feet down at the back of the end zone with three minutes on the clock.

 

The Patriots boosted their record of Super Bowl appearances to 10 and could match Pittsburgh’s record six Super Bowl triumphs on February 4th at Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

https://www.foxsports.com.au/nfl/nfl-afc-and-nfc-championship-games-live-coverage-video-scores/news-story/46a40091c02847b2c299701f1c84a494

 

GO PATS!

 

-Ian

 

Credits: www.foxsports.com& http://www.mlive.com

Posted in Annoucer Blogs, Hot Stuff, Ian Robinson

+ Follow Us

+ Hot 5 @ 5


Vote Now! The Hot 5 @ 5!

+ Upcoming Events

  1. Full Throttle Power Sports Can-Am Demo Day

    August 18 @ 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
  2. First Responders Appreciation Days

    August 18 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  3. Hal-Con 2018!

    October 26 - October 28

+ On-Air & Shows