Super Bowl LII tracker: Live Eagles-Patriots updates, analysis, more

ThePhiladelphia Eaglesupset the New England Patriots to win Super Bowl LII-- their first in franchise history.

We tracked everything you need to know about every part of the game -- from hours before kickoff, through all the action and after the confetti fell, including all the best tweets and commercials -- right here, with the most recent notes at the top:

Nick Foles named Super Bowl LII MVP



The range of postgame reactions



Tale of two endings



Eagles win: PHI 41, NE 33



A reminder: It's not over until it's over.

Score: PHI 38, NE 33



Score: NE 33, PHI 32



The Patriots took their first lead of the game after Tom Brady connected with Rob Gronkowski for a 4-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to set upStephen Gostkowski's extra point, moving New England ahead of Philadelphia.

Best commercial of the night?



Score: PHI 32, NE 26



Jake Elliott's42-yard field goal extended Philadelphia's lead early in the fourth quarter.

Score: PHI 29, NE 26



Score: PHI 29, NE 19



The touchdown didn't come without controversy, though:

Score: PHI 22, NE 19



Reaction to Justin Timberlake's halftime performance



End of the first half



The Eagles lead the Patriots 22-12 at halftime. According to FPI, they have a 78 percent chance to win:

Score: PHI 22, NE 12



The Trey Burton-to-Nick Foles connection was stronger than the Danny Amendola-to-Tom Brady attempt:

For some, it's a party. For others, it's work:

Score: PHI 15, NE 12



Celebrities in attendance include Mike Trout, Stephen Curry and Floyd Mayweather.Guy Fieri and Mark Davis are sharing a suite:

The Eagles hit their first big bump in the road in the second quarter:

Score: PHI 15, NE 3



Former Patriot LeGarrette Blount, who signed a one-year deal with the Eagles last offseason, already has a 36-yard run and a 21-yard touchdown scamper against his former team. Here's what Blount said last week about facing New England: "Straight enemy mode," he said. "Ain't no friends, no homies, none of that. ... I don't play for the Patriots anymore. I don't watch the Patriots. I don't care about the Patriots."

Patriots No. 1 wide receiver Brandin Cooks has been ruled out for the rest of the game with a head injury after taking a big hit from Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins in the second quarter. Cooks caught a 23-yard pass over the middle and circled in an attempt to gain extra yardage when he turned to the outside and ran into a thunderous hit by Jenkins.

The hit was legal, according to our experts:

The Patriots missed a 26-yard field goal after Brandin Cooks failed to get a first down on this play early in the second quarter.

End of first quarter



Le'Veon Bell weighs in on the Mountain Dew commercial:

Score: PHI 9, NE 3



Following a 3-13 season with the Bears in 2016, Alshon Jeffery raised some eyebrows by saying, "I guarantee you we'll win the Super Bowl next year."

Well, now Jeffery is in the Super Bowl and playing well -- just not with the Bears. Jeffery, who signed a one-year deal with Philadelphia last offseason then got a four-year extension in December, has three catches for 73 yards and a touchdown so far in the first half.

Prop bet update:

Score: NE 3, PHI 3



Score: PHI 3, NE 0



Kickoff



Good thing the roof is closed:

Questions to consider as the game kicks off:

30 minutes until kickoff


National anthem. It's almost game time:

Masks on:

One hour until kickoff


Here's why tonight's coin flip is important:

The Eagles and Patriots aren't the only teams facing off in a bowl today:

A reminder of how long it has been since the Eagles won a title:

Diddy in the house:

Two hours until kickoff



Patriots helmets make their way to the field:

Players are checking on the field and going through early warmups:

No big surprises on the inactives list tonight:

Here's what Tom Brady had to say about what's to come in 2018:

Three hours until kickoff


Nick Foles, coming off a three-touchdown performance in the NFC Championship Game, gets a look at the field:

Carson Wentz, rehabbing from a torn ACL, is throwing on the field three hours before the game:

Not everything at the Super Bowl costs an arm and a leg. These light-up cups are available at every seat:

Quarterback Tom Brady has arrived for his eighth Super Bowl:

Temperatures are hovering around 0 degrees in Minneapolis, but luckily the game at U.S. Bank Stadium will be played indoors:

Check out our betting cheat sheet, and here's the latest on the big bets around the game:

Four hours until kickoff


Interested in how much everything costs at U.S. Bank Stadium? Here's a quick peek (see more here):

Did you know that Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie grew up as a Patriots fan? Let him explain:

Here's how ESPN NFL analysts Matthew Hasselbeck and Charles Woodson see the game shaping up:

Five hours until kickoff



Here's Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's advice to the Eagles:

Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz isn't suiting up Sunday night because of a torn ACL he suffered in mid-December, but he posted this message of support for Nick Foles:

In Philadelphia, meanwhile, Rocky is ready. And so are the people assigned to protect city streetlights:

Here's how ESPN's Football Power Index sees the matchup:

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