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Jorge’s Tiger Den: Super Bowl Edition

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Jorge Sanchez Jr, Staff Reporter

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This week on the Tiger Den I’m talking about the Super Bowl.

As we know, we got the Legendary Tom Brady and the New England Patriots going up against a pretty good Philadelphia Eagles team. With Nick Foles leading the pack due to the loss of Carson Wentz, the rising star, who suffered an ACL injury. Nick Foles, the former backup is looking quite phenomenal! Nick Foles passing rating in the playoffs as of right now is the highest QB passing ratings in NFL postseason history, sitting at 116.4.

So the QB question is not in doubt the issue, but the question that’s flying around is that “Can the Eagles defense stop Brady when he catches fire, and will the Eagles offense be good enough to score against the Patriots and cause chaos?”

In my opinion, I think the five time Super Bowl champ, Tom Brady can be stopped if pressure is given and causes him to panic like in Super Bowl XLII against the New York Giants substantial defense. For example, in this postseason conference title game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, they were down early and they had to turn it around as Brady threw for 290 yards for two touchdowns and took his team back to the Super Bowl for the second straight year.

If Brady and his offense go down early on Sunday, they’re going to have to have a lot of hope on their defense because this young Eagles team is not going down without a fight. I’m not trying to hype them up, it just gets irritating as an NFL fan seeing Brady in consecutive Super Bowls.

Although, keep in mind that the Philadelphia Eagles are looking to avenge their loss from Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005. The Patriots edged out a win of 24-21.

Will that be different this time around? Will the legendary Brady show up and win his sixth Super Bowl? Will Brady do what he did against the Atlanta Falcons?

There’s a bunch of questions floating around in the air, but as a San Francisco 49ers fan, my pick for winning the Super Bowl LII is the Philadelphia Eagles due to them representing the NFC. So I have to go with the Eagles to try and fight out this win against the iconic Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

Hope you guys stay tune and watch Super Bowl LII on February 4th at 3:30 PST on NBC.

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