How Many Times Have The Eagles & Patriots Played In Tom Brady Era?
The Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots have played five times in the "Tom Brady Era," which started in 2000 when quarterback Tom Brady was drafted by the Patriots in the 6th round. Super Bowl LII will feature a familiar Super Bowl matchup between Philadelphia and New England for the second time since 2005.
Here is every game the Eagles and Patriots played during the Brady era:
2015 (at NE): Eagles 35, Patriots 28 (PHL +8/Over 49)
2011 (at PHI): Patriots 38, Eagles 20 (NE -3/Over 50.5)
2007 (at NE): Patriots 31, Eagles 28 (PHI +24/Over 51.5)
2005 (Super Bowl): Patriots 24, Eagles 21 (PHI+7/Under 46)
2003 (at PHI): Patriots 31, Eagles 10 (NE +4/Over 38)
The Patriots are 4-1 against the Eagles, with Brady under center. The Eagles are 3-2 against the spread when playing a Brady led Patriots team.
Super Bowl LII will kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 4, and is televised by NBC.
The game is being held at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, home of the Minnesota Vikings.Back to the NFL Newsfeed
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