Super Bowl 2018: Time, live TV schedule, halftime show, prop bets, odds, online streaming, and more
Here is everything you should know about the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl LII is almost here, a matchup between one team everyone knew would be here and one that was presumed dead two months ago. The New England Patriots will vie for a sixth league championship, while the Philadelphia Eagles, sans Carson Wentz but sporting the resurgent Nick Foles, will try to win their first.
We were so close to having a team playing in their home stadium, but the Minnesota Vikings simply couldn’t close the deal against Philadelphia in the NFC title game, resulting in a 38-7 shellacking. Meanwhile, the Jacksonville Jaguars pushed New England further than anyone possibly could have imagined, but they still fell late in an inevitable 24-20 defeat at the hands of the immortal Tom Brady.
Whether you’ve made the trip to the Super Bowl, you’re watching on television, or you’re making a begrudging trip to a Super Bowl party with no real desire to be there, we’ve got you covered on everything.
When is the Super Bowl?
6:30 p.m. ET
What channel is the Super Bowl on?
What’s the NBC schedule? (All times ET)
12 p.m. — Super Bowl Pregame: Road to the Super Bowl
1 p.m. — Super Bowl LII Pregame Show
6:30 p.m. — Super Bowl LII
Around 8:30 p.m. — Super Bowl Halftime Show
10 p.m., or after the game — Super Bowl Postgame Show
Where can stream the Super Bowl online?
Mobile: NFL Mobile, Yahoo Sports app
Tablet: NBCSports app (iOS, Android), NBCSports.com
Connected: NBC Sports app (AppleTV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Xbox, Samsung, Smart TVs), FuboTV (AppleTV, Amazon Fire, Roku, AndroidTV, others)
What are the game’s odds?
As of Monday, the Patriots are favored by 4.5 points and the game’s over-under is 48 combined points.
What are the best Super Bowl prop bets?
Will a team use all six timeouts in regulation? Yes (-130), no (+110)
What will be longer? Longest made field goal (+150), longest reception (-170)
Will last play of the game be a quarterback rush? Yes (-150), no (+130)
Will Nick Foles throw an interception? Yes (-120), no (EV)
Which will be more? LeBron James’ points, rebounds, and assists on Feb. 3 vs. Rockets (-3.5), or Nelson Agholor’s receiving yards
Which will be more? Penalties called against NHL’s Las Vegas Golden Knights, or penalties called against the New England Patriots (-150).
Stephen Gostkowski will be named Super Bowl MVP (22-1 odds)