Super Bowl LII is a David vs. Goliath game, even though technically it"s a matchup between the two top-seeded teams in their respective conferences. Only a few days remain before the New England Patriots (the favorite) will clash with the Philadelphia Eagles (the underdogs) in Minnesota.
The Patriots are vying for their second straight championship and their sixth Super Bowl ring since the 2001 season. They"re trotting out four-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady at quarterback. If the Patriots win, they"ll only add to their legacy as the greatest dynasty in the history of the sport.
The Eagles, on the other hand, haven"t won a Super Bowl in franchise history. Their quarterback Sunday won"t be Carson Wentz. It will be Nick Foles. If the Eagles win, they"ll join the Giants as one of only two teams that was able to take down the mighty empire in the Super Bowl.