Super Bowl 52 is officially set: Patriots-Eagles in a rematch of Super Bowl 39. Amazingly, the Eagles also defeated the Falcons and Vikings en route to that Super Bowl in the 2004 season. The Patriots opened up as a six-point favorite, nearly the same spread as their last Super Bowl against Philly. New England has won five Super Bowls since 2000, but they have a losing record ATS in the seven they’ve played. Also, none of the five wins came easy, as all seven finished with a final margin of six points or less. Can the Eagles do what only their rival Giants have pulled off in the Super Bowl? Or will they suffer the same result as they did in the 2004 season? Let’s dive deep into the matchup to identify any value on the opening side and/or total.

Patriots Super Bowl history

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