Super Bowl 52 Results and Stats (2018)

Super Bowl

Super Bowl 52 was played between the New England Patriots (AFC) and the Philadelphia Eagles (NFC). This was a high scoring game that featured many Super Bowl records broken by each team. Tom Brady threw for over 500 yards and that wasn’t enough to seal the win for New England. This was one of the lowest viewed Super Bowls during the decade with roughly 103.4 million viewers.

Super Bowl 52 Statistics

StatPhiladelphia EaglesNew England Patriots
First Downs2529
Total Plays7172
Total Yards538613
Rushing Yards164113
Yards per Rush6.15.1
Passing Yards374500
Yards per Pass8.510
Leading RusherLeGarrette Blount (90 yards)James White (45 yards)
Leading ReceiverCorey Clement (100 yards)Danny Amendola (152 yards)
Leading PasserNick Foles (373 yards)Tom Brady (505 yards)
Head CoachDoug PedersonBill Belichick
Season Record13-313-3

Who won Super Bowl 52?

The Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl 52 over the New England Patriots.

Super Bowl 52 MVP

Nick Foles

28/43 | 373 yards | 3 touchdowns | 1 interception

Give a lot of credit to Foles for the Eagles first Super Bowl win. He was not only good with a clean pocket (97.5 passer rating) he was also solid under pressure (95 passer rating) and against the blitz (133.1 passer rating). Philadelphia’s offensive line should get some props, too, having allowed Foles to be pressured on just 10 of his 43 dropbacks, but Foles effectively out-dueled Tom Brady on the world’s biggest stage, making him a very deserving Super Bowl MVP.

Neil Greenberg The Washington Post


February 4, 2018


U.S. Bank StadiumMinneapolis, Minnesota



Halftime Show

Justin Timberlake

At Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4, Timberlake was more than just seeking a much-needed second act as a pop star; he was seeking to relive his past. Opening his Super Bowl halftime act in a crowded club-style setting, Timberlake performed his new track about his “haters,” “Filthy,” before taking the gridiron and launching into “Rock Your Body.”

Daniel D’Addario

Super Bowl Commercial Cost

$5 million per 30-second ad