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>> Minneapolis is gearing up for Super Bowl Sunday, expected to be one of the coldest on record. And the defending champions, the New England Patriots, are aiming for a record-tying sixth Super Bowl title. Reuters correspondent Frank Pingway is there.>> Sundays showdown between the defending champion New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles marks the end of what has been a controversial season with the NFL at odds with US President Donald Trump over players protesting during the national anthem.
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Where concussions have again entered the spotlight. And where the NFL has experienced lower ratings for the second season in a row.>> Politics aside, fans will be watching whether Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady, already widely considered the greatest quarterback in NFL history, can add a sixth Super Bowl title to his resume.
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Although the Philadelphia Eagles are yet to win a Super Bowl, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning thinks the Eagles have it in them to beat the Patriots. Manning is the only quarterback to beat a Tom Brady led New England team in the Superbowl. He did it in 2008 and then in 2012.
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>> In both Superbowls, our defense played outstanding. We had a great pass rush on Tom, and we were able to disrupt him a little bit. And then came the fourth quarter. We played our best football in the fourth quarter.>> But if the Patriots prevail in chilly Minneapolis, they would join the Pittsburgh Steelers as the only NFL teams to win six Super Bowl titles.