We may never know just what led to the mysterious benching of New England Patriots defensive back Malcolm Butler. But we will never be short on rumors and speculation.
Statistically speaking, the New England Patriots were favored to win the Super Bowl and should have. With the stats they generated, you'd think they did. But in this case, the stats do indeed lie.
Philadelphia police tried to stop people from climbing the light poles following the NFC Championship by covering them in grease. It didn't work, so this time they are going with Plan B.
Should Tom Brady lead the New England Patriots to victory in Super Bowl LII, he will not only become the first player to win six rings, he'll break a couple of Super Bowl curses.
Many NFL fans think the Philadelphia defense will have to have a big game for the Eagles to win the Super Bowl. However, according to the stats, that is not going to happen.
Whoever is hosting the Super Bowl always wants to do a better job than the last guy. For Super Bowl officials to do that in Minneapolis, they just need to do one thing-- make sure no one steals Tom Brady's jersey.