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    NBC broadcast Super Bowl 2018 Live From Minneapolis, Minnesota, Justin Timberlake Perform in this event, Man of the Woods release 2nd Feb 2018.

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    NBC is the 2018 host of the superbowl LII in Minneapolis, Minnesota ( Watch Super Bowl 52 Online ). This page is your first stop for the previews, highlights, and live streaming this season's Super Bowl. Here's everything you'll need to know before the big game.

    How to Watch?
    WHEN: Sunday, Feb. 4

    WHERE: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    TV: NBC

    STREAM: NBC Sports App & NBCSports.com

    When & Where is the NFL Super Bowl 52?

    Super Bowl 52, set to be played Feb. 4, 2018, will take place in a dome just like Super Bowl 51 did ... but much further north, where the weather outside the venue won't be as inviting.

    Granted, Minneapolis, with its state-of-the-art U.S. Bank Stadium, will be ready to host the Super Bowl and show off its fancy digs to the world.

    Here's all you need to know about Super Bowl 52 Online Stream.

    Super Bowl 52, also known as Super Bowl LII, is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 4. The kickoff time would be determined at a later date.

    Super Bowl 52 will be played in Minneapolis at U.S. Bank Stadium, which will have just finished hosting its second Minnesota Vikings season after being built in time for the 2016 NFL season.

    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced in May of 2014 that Minnesota and its new stadium would host the Super Bowl in 2018. The stadium seats 66,200 but can be expanded to fit up to 70,000 people.

    The game will be the first Super Bowl in Minnesota since Super Bowl XXVI, when the Washington Redskins defeated the Buffalo Bills, 37-24, on Jan. 26, 1992 at The Metrodome.

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    Odds to win Super Bowl 52

    Here are the updated odds to win Super Bowl 52, courtesy of Vegas Insider:

    New England Patriots2/1Minnesota Vikings9/2Pittsburgh Steelers6/1Philadelphia Eagles10/1New Orleans Saints10/1Los Angeles Rams10/1Kansas City Chiefs16/1Jacksonville Jaguars20/1Atlanta Falcons20/1Carolina Panthers25/1Tennessee Titans100/1Buffalo Bills100/1

    Odds to win AFC Championship

    Here are the updated odds to win the AFC Championship:

    New England Patriots 10/13
    Pittsburgh Steelers 5/2
    Kansas City Chiefs 8/1
    Jacksonville Jaguars 10/1
    Buffalo Bills 40/1
    Tennessee Titans 40/1

    Odds to win NFC Championship

    Here are the updated odds to win the NFC Championship:

    Minnesota Vikings 9/5
    Philadelphia Eagles 3/1
    New Orleans Saints 5/1
    Los Angeles Rams 5/1
    Atlanta Falcons 10/1
    Carolina Panthers 12/1

    Who is the halftime show for Super Bowl 2018?

    Justin Timberlake will headline the Pepsi Super Justin Timberlake Halftime Show at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018.

    Timberlake has won ten Grammys and numerous other awards. This will be Timberlake's third time performing on the Super Bowl Halftime stage, giving him the distinction of having the most appearances by an individual entertainer. He previously performed at Super Bowls XXXV and XXXVII.

    Timberlake joins an esteemed list of recent halftime acts including Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Madonna, The Who, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Prince, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, U2 and more.

    The Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show is the most-watched musical event of the year. Last year's show was the most-watched musical event of all-time across all platforms and the most-watched Super Bowl Halftime performance in history through broadcast and digital channels, reaching more than 150 million unique people, garnering more than 80 million views and totaling 260 million minutes watched.

    Super Bowl LII marks Pepsi's sixth year as title sponsor of the Super Bowl Halftime Show and 16th year as an NFL partner.

    Future Super Bowl sites

    2018: Minneapolis, U.S. Bank Stadium, Super Bowl LII

    2019: Atlanta, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Super Bowl LIII

    2020: South Florida, Hard Rock Stadium, Super Bowl LIV

    2021: Tampa Bay, Raymond James Stadium, Super Bowl LV

    2022: Los Angeles, Los Angeles Stadium, Super Bowl LVI

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    Prediction: Mitch Albom

    Pittsburgh 30, Minnesota 21

    This is based on a feeling that all is not perfect in New England, and that maybe this is the year the engine sputters. Pittsburgh has reason for revenge. Minnesota gets the nod because Philly may not hold home-field advantage, giving the Vikings a postseason without a single plane trip.

    Jeff Seidel

    Minnesota 28, New England 24

    It can’t happen. The Vikings can’t make it to five Super Bowls and lose all five. Not when they are at home. Not when they have such a strong defense. Not even Tom Brady will be able to stop them.

    Shawn Windsor

    Pittsburgh 26, L.A. Rams 24

    The Patriots aren't the same team and even though they have home-field advantage throughout, the Steelers owe them. Pittsburgh has played the best football in the AFC the last six weeks. In the NFC, the Rams are the turnaround team we see every few seasons in the NFL. The magic continues, until the Super Bowl.

    Dave Birkett

    Pittsburgh 24, New Orleans 20

    I picked the Steelers to win it all in the preseason and I'm not changing now even if they have to go on the road to beat the Patriots and have a hobbled Antonio Brown. The NFC is wide open. The Vikings or Rams could easily win the conference, but the Saints can win in so many ways and Brees is the best quarterback in the NFC playoffs.

    Carlos Monarrez

    Minnesota 27, New England 20

    The Vikings have the No. 1 defense, they might be the playoffs’ most balanced team and are the NFC’s true No. 1 seed because the Eagles don’t have Carson Wentz. The Patriots’ defense has struggled, but I can’t see them losing in Foxborough to the Steelers with a chance to go to the Super Bowl. Just like I don’t see the Vikings losing at home to win their first Super Bowl.

    Marlowe Alter

    New Orleans 34, New England 27

    With Pittsburgh missing perhaps its best defensive player in Ryan Shazier, Antonio Brown likely not at 100 percent, and the Patriots retaining home-field advantage, the task is too much. In the NFC, the Saints have the most diverse attack, the best QB in Drew Brees and an improved defense, though as the No. 4 seed, they'll likely need to win two road games to win the conference. ... The reports of dysfunction rally the Pats, but the Saints earn revenge for Week 2's embarrassment.

    Ryan Ford

    New England 35, Minnesota 14

    That talk of the rifts growing within the Patriots’ organization? That’s a problem for the offseason. Right now, the Pats only need to worry about a soft AFC field where the only true challengers are the banged-up Steelers and a Chiefs squad that will inevitably take three minutes to score when they needed to do it in two. On the NFC side, the field is more even, but I’m buying in on Minnesota’s defense to at least get them to the big game, right in their own stadium. And there, y’know, Case Keenum will remember he’s Case Keenum and hand the Pats the game.