Sunday, February 4

SUPER BOWL LII | U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis


NBC Super Bowl Talent

Game Commentators: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
Sideline Reporter: Michele Tafoya

Michaels’ 10th SB assignment, Collinsworth & Tafoya’s fourth SB assignments

Pregame Show: Dan Patrick, Liam McHugh, Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison, John Harbaugh, Mike Florio, Chris Simms

Reporters: Paul Burmeister, Randy Moss, Kathryn Tappen, Rutledge Wood

Guests/Contributors: Ryan Blaney, Andres Cantor, Jim Cantore, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Bode Miller, Martin Truex Jr.,

NBC Universo (SAP): Edgar Lopez, Rene Giraldo, Rolando Cantu
Sideline Reporter: Veronica Contreras

Live Stream: NBC Sports Live; (Verizon mobile)

NBC Super Bowl Sunday Broadcast Schedule

NFL Films: Road to the Super Bowl: Noon

Super Bowl Pregame Show: 1 p.m.

Super Bowl LII: Eagles vs Patriots: 6 p.m.

  • Leslie Odom, Jr. will sing America The Beautiful

  • National Anthem performed by P!nk

  • Kickoff 6:40 p.m.

  • Halftime Show performed by Justin Timberlake

  • Lombardi Trophy Presentation with Patrick; Highlights and analysis

NBC & NBCSN Post-game Show: 10 p.m (time approximate)

Super Bowl LII Pregame Interviews & Features


  • Dan Patrick with Patriots QB Tom Brady

  • Tony Dungy with Eagles QB Nick Foles, head coach Doug Pederson, and CB Malcolm Jenkins

  • Cris Collinsworth with Eagles DE Chris Long

  • Rodney Harrison with Patriots WR Danny Amendola


  • Hotel & Arrival Reports: Paul Burmeister with updates from the Eagles hotel; Randy Moss with updates  from the Patriots hotel.

  • Hometown Heroes: Visit to the hometowns of Tom Brady, Trey Flowers and Malcolm Butler of the Patriots, and Nick Foles, Jay Ajayi, and Fletcher Cox of the Eagles.

  • Coach’s Clicker: Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh with Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison, Dan Patrick and Liam McHugh breaking down the Eagles and Patriots.

  • Four Months in 2000: NFL Insider Peter King looks back to the beginnings of the Patriots dynasty in 2000

  • Doug Williams and Joe Gibbs: Washington victory against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXII.

  • Nate Solder:  NBC News’ Dylan Dreyer with the Solder family as Nate’s son Hudson fights cancer.

  • Zach and Julie Ertz: Eagles TE Zach Ertz and U.S. women’s national soccer player Julie Ertz

  • Michele Tafoya with Bud Grant: Minnesota legend, Hall of Famer Bud Grant.

  • Chris Hogan: The life and family of Patriots WR Chris Hogan

  • Dog Masks: The origins of the Eagles’ dog mask

  • Faces of the Fans: Segment featuring fans of the Philadelphia and Boston communities

  • Patriots Clutch Super Bowl Performances: Tim Layden examines the Super Bowl performances of two current Patriots. CB Malcolm Butler’s game-winning interception at the of Super Bowl XLIX and LB James Harrison’s 100-yard interception in Super Bowl XLIII.

Additional Broadcasts

Westwood One Radio (Sirius 88 | Internet 88): Kevin Harlan, Boomer Esiason, Mike Holmgren; Sideline Reporters- Tony Boselli, Ed Werder

Eagles Radio (SiriusXM 83): Merrill Reese, Mike Quick & Howard Eskin

Patriots Radio (SiriusXM 82): Bob Socci, Scott Zolak


NFL Films World Feed: Bob Papa, Charles Davis

ESPN Deportes Radio (SiriusXM 468): Alvaro Martin, Raul Allegre
Sideline Reporter: John Sutcliffe

Network Broadcast Schedules

NFL Network (From Minnesota)

  • NFL GameDay Morning – 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

  • Super Bowl Greatest Commercials – 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

  • Super Bowl LII Game Center – 6:30 p.m.

  • NFL GameDay Final – 10 p.m.*

  • Super Bowl LII Encore – 4 a.m. (Monday, Feb 5)

ESPN (From Minnesota)

  • SportsCenter – 8 a.m.

  • Postseason NFL Countdown – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

  • NFL Countdown (Chris Berman hosting)- 10:30 p.m. *

  • SportsCenter – 11:30 p.m.

* Post game coverage begins after NBC broadcast

h/t Sammy!

About Joe Lucia

I hate your favorite team. I also sort of hate most of my favorite teams.