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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.
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.
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.
>> 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.