All stats are from the regular season

QUARTERBACKS

Patriots QB Tom Brady has five rings, while

the Eagles' Nick Foles is making his first

Super Bowl appearance.

Nick Foles

109.9

Passer rating

in a clean pocket

64.2

Passer rating

under pressure

105.6

Passer rating

when blitzed

Tom Brady

105.7

Passer rating

in a clean pocket

95.5

Passer rating

under pressure

84.0

Passer rating

when blitzed

COACHING

Patriots Coach Bill Belichick has

won in five of his seven Super Bowl

appearances. The Eagles' Doug Pederson

is in his second year as an NFL head

coach and missed the playoffs last year.

Tendencies to call a play based on the score

Doug

Pederson

Eagles' percentage of rushing plays when ...

51%

36%

40%

Leading

Tied

Trailing

Bill

Belichick

Patriots' percentage of rushing plays when ...

49%

41%

28%

Leading

Tied

Trailing

LEAGUE RANKS

Offense

Patriots WR Brandin Cooks

PATRIOTS

EAGLES

Points scored per drive

5th

1st

2.20

2.60

TD%

3rd

1st

25.1%

27.7%

Plays per drive

12th

1st

5.62

6.18

Red-zone efficiency

EAGLES

65.5%

1st

Eagles RB Jay Ajayi

PATRIOTS

60.0%

5th

Goal-to-go efficiency

3rd

5th

83.3%

78.9%

Percentage of drives three and out

11th

3rd

32.5%

26.6%

Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery

Average yards gained per drive

11th

1st

30.7

37.6

Patriots' touchdown leaders

Tom Brady led New England with

32 passing TDs. The team's leaders

in TDs scored:

Dion Lewis

Rob Gronkowski

Rex Burkhead

10

8

8

Brandin Cooks

Chris Hogan

Mike Gillislee

6

5

5

Eagles' touchdown leaders

The injured Carson Wentz led

Philadelphia with 33 TDs, and Nick Foles had five regular season TD throws.

The team's leaders in TDs scored:

Nelson Agholor

Alshon Jeffery

Zach Ertz

9

9

8

Corey Clement

Trey Burton

LeGarrette Blount

6

5

3

Defense

Eagles DT Fletcher Cox

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Points allowed per drive

1.46

1.60

3rd

6th

TD% allowed

16.5%

17.4%

6th

9th

Plays allowed per drive

5.19

5.94

5th

31st

Red-zone defense

EAGLES

55.3%

20th

PATRIOTS

43.8%

4th

Patriots S Devin McCourty

Goal-to-go defense

12th

7th

68.4%

60.9%

Percentage of drives forced to go three and out

1st

29th

43.6%

29.7%

Patriots DE Trey Flowers

Average yards allowed per drive

5th

32nd

26.6

34.2

All stats are from the regular season

QUARTERBACKS

Patriots QB Tom Brady has five rings, while the

Eagles' Nick Foles is making his first Super Bowl appearance.

Nick Foles

Tom Brady

109.9

105.7

Passer rating

in a clean pocket

64.2

95.5

Passer rating

under pressure

105.6

84.0

Passer rating

when blitzed

COACHING

Patriots Coach Bill Belichick has won in five of his seven

Super Bowl appearances. The Eagles' Doug Pederson is in his

second year as an NFL head coach and missed the playoffs last year.

Tendencies to call a play based on the score

Doug

Pederson

Eagles' percentage of rushing plays when ...

51%

36%

40%

Leading

Tied

Trailing

Bill

Belichick

Patriots' percentage of rushing plays when ...

41%

49%

28%

Leading

Tied

Trailing

LEAGUE RANKS

Offense

Patriots WR Brandin Cooks

Points scored per drive

2.20

2.60

5th

1st

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

TD%

25.1%

27.7%

3rd

1st

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Plays per drive

5.62

6.18

12th

1st

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Red-zone efficiency

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

65.5%

60.0%

1st

5th

Eagles RB Jay Ajayi

Goal-to-go efficiency

83.3%

78.9%

3rd

5th

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Percentage of drives three and out

32.5%

26.6%

11th

3rd

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery

Average yards gained per drive

30.7

37.6

11th

1st

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Patriots' touchdown leaders

Tom Brady led New England with 32 passing TDs. The team's leaders in TDs scored:

Dion Lewis

Rob Gronkowski

Brandin Cooks

Chris Hogan

Mike Gillislee

Rex Burkhead

8

8

6

5

5

10

Eagles' touchdown leaders

The injured Carson Wentz led Philadelphia with 33 TDs, and Nick Foles had five regular season TD throws. The team's leaders in TDs scored:

LeGarrette Blount

Nelson Agholor

Alshon Jeffery

Zach Ertz

Corey Clement

Trey Burton

9

9

8

6

5

3

Defense

Eagles DT Fletcher Cox

Points allowed per drive

3rd

6th

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

TD% allowed

6th

9th

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Plays allowed per drive

5th

31st

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

55.3%

43.8%

20th

4th

Patriots S Devin McCourty

Goal-to-go defense

68.4%

60.9%

12th

7th

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Percentage of drives forced to go three and out

43.6%

29.7%

1st

29th

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Patriots DE Trey Flowers

Average yards allowed per drive

26.6

34.2

5th

32nd

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

All stats are from the regular season

QUARTERBACKS

Patriots QB Tom Brady has five rings, while the

Eagles' Nick Foles is making his first Super Bowl appearance.

Nick Foles

Tom Brady

109.9

105.7

Passer rating

in a clean pocket

64.2

95.5

Passer rating

under pressure

105.6

84.0

Passer rating

when blitzed

COACHING

Patriots Coach Bill Belichick has won in five of his seven

Super Bowl appearances. The Eagles' Doug Pederson is in his

second year as an NFL head coach and missed the playoffs last year.

Doug

Pederson

Bill

Belichick

Tendencies to call a play based on the score

Eagles' percentage of rushing plays when ...

Patriots' percentage of rushing plays when ...

51%

36%

40%

49%

41%

28%

Leading

Tied

Trailing

Tied

Leading

Trailing

LEAGUE RANKS

Offense

Patriots WR Brandin Cooks

Points scored per drive

2.20

2.60

5th

1st

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

TD%

25.1%

27.7%

3rd

1st

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Plays per drive

5.62

6.18

12th

1st

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Red-zone efficiency

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

65.5%

60.0%

1st

5th

Eagles RB Jay Ajayi

Goal-to-go efficiency

83.3%

78.9%

3rd

5th

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Percentage of drives three and out

32.5%

26.6%

11th

3rd

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery

Average yards gained per drive

30.7

37.6

11th

1st

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Patriots' touchdown leaders

Tom Brady led New England with 32 passing TDs. The team's leaders in TDs scored:

Dion Lewis

Rob Gronkowski

Brandin Cooks

Chris Hogan

Mike Gillislee

Rex Burkhead

8

8

6

5

5

10

Eagles' touchdown leaders

The injured Carson Wentz led Philadelphia with 33 TDs, and Nick Foles had five regular season TD throws.

The team's leaders in TDs scored:

LeGarrette Blount

Nelson Agholor

Alshon Jeffery

Zach Ertz

Corey Clement

Trey Burton

9

9

8

6

5

3

Defense

Eagles DT Fletcher Cox

Points allowed per drive

1.46

1.60

3rd

6th

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

TD% allowed

16.5%

17.4%

6th

9th

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Plays allowed per drive

5.19

5.94

5th

31st

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Red-zone defense

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

55.3%

43.8%

20th

4th

Patriots S Devin McCourty

Goal-to-go defense

68.4%

60.9%

12th

7th

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Percentage of drives forced to go three and out

43.6%

29.7%

1st

29th

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

Patriots DE Trey Flowers

Average yards allowed per drive

26.6

34.2

5th

32nd

EAGLES

PATRIOTS

KEY PLAYERS

Brandon Graham

EAGLES DEFENSIVE END

Graham, who returned to his natural

4-3 defensive end position in 2016,

has flourished under defensive

coordinator Jim Schwartz.

60

36

9.5

Stops at or behind the line of scrimmage

Total sacks, hits

and hurries

Sacks

Patrick Robinson

EAGLES DEFENSIVE BACK

Robinson had a 50-yard pick-six of

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum in the NFC championship game.

4

71.1

Interceptions

Passer rating allowed in coverage

Brandon Brooks

EAGLES RIGHT GUARD

The 2012 third-round pick out of Miami (Ohio) was chosen to the Pro Bowl for the first time in 2017.

3

0

Rating among all guards in 2017 per

Pro Football Focus

Sacks allowed

LeGarrette Blount

EAGLES RUNNING BACK

Blount spent three seasons with the

Patriots -- winning two championship rings (2014 and 2016) -- before signing with the Eagles as a free agent in 2017.

10

3.6

Yards per carry after contact

Runs of 15

yards or more

Duron Harmon

PATRIOTS STRONG SAFETY

Has the only turnover for New England since Week 15, an interception

against Pittsburgh Steelers

quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

30.6

4

Passer rating allowed in coverage

Interceptions in 2017

Dion Lewis

PATRIOTS RUNNING BACK

Set career highs in yards from

scrimmage (1,100) and total

touchdowns (nine) in 2017.

3.2

1.4

Yards per route run

Yards per carry after contact

Malcom Brown

PATRIOTS DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Brown, named to the Pro Football Writers Association all-rookie team in 2015, had four tackles -- three for a loss -- in the

AFC championship game.

30

2.5

Stops at or behind the line of scrimmage

Sacks

Rob Gronkowski

PATRIOTS TIGHT END

Since he was drafted in 2010, no player has caught more TD passes (76)

than Gronkowski.

2.4

14

Targets at least 20 yards downfield

Yards per route run (most among TE)

SOURCES: Pro-football-reference.com, TruMedia and Pro Football Focus

KEY PLAYERS

Brandon Graham

EAGLES DEFENSIVE END

Graham, who returned to his natural 4-3 defensive end position in 2016, has flourished under defensive coordinator

Jim Schwartz.

60

9.5

36

Stops at or behind the line of scrimmage

Total sacks, hits

and hurries

Sacks

Patrick Robinson

EAGLES DEFENSIVE BACK

Robinson had a 50-yard pick-six of Minnesota Vikings quarterback

Case Keenum in the NFC championship game.

71.1

4

Passer rating allowed in coverage

Interceptions

Brandon Brooks

EAGLES RIGHT GUARD

The 2012 third-round pick out of Miami (Ohio) was chosen to the Pro Bowl for the first time in 2017.

3

0

Rating among all guards in 2017 per Pro Football Focus

Sacks allowed

LeGarrette Blount

EAGLES RUNNING BACK

Blount spent three seasons with the Patriots -- winning two championship rings (2014 and 2016) -- before signing with

the Eagles as a free agent in 2017.

10

3.6

Yards per carry after contact

Runs of 15

yards or more

Duron Harmon

PATRIOTS STRONG SAFETY

Has the only turnover for New England since Week 15, an interception against Pittsburgh Steelers

quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

4

30.6

Interceptions in 2017

Passer rating allowed in coverage

Dion Lewis

PATRIOTS RUNNING BACK

Set career highs in yards from scrimmage (1,100)

and total touchdowns (nine) in 2017.

3.2

1.4

Yards per carry after contact

Yards per route run

Malcom Brown

PATRIOTS DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Brown, named to the Pro Football Writers Association all-rookie team in 2015, had four tackles -- three

for a loss -- in the AFC championship game.

30

2.5

Stops at or behind the line of scrimmage

Sacks

Rob Gronkowski

PATRIOTS TIGHT END

Since he was drafted in 2010, no player has caught

more TD passes (76) than Gronkowski.

14

2.4

Targets at least 20 yards downfield

Yards per route run (most among TE)

SOURCES: Pro-football-reference.com, TruMedia and Pro Football Focus

KEY PLAYERS

Brandon Graham

EAGLES DEFENSIVE END

Graham, who returned to his natural 4-3 defensive end position in 2016, has flourished under defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz.

60

9.5

36

Stops at or behind the line of scrimmage

Total sacks, hits

and hurries

Sacks

Patrick Robinson

EAGLES DEFENSIVE BACK

Robinson had a 50-yard pick-six of Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum in the NFC championship game.

71.1

4

Passer rating allowed in coverage

Interceptions

Brandon Brooks

EAGLES RIGHT GUARD

The 2012 third-round pick out of Miami (Ohio) was chosen to the Pro Bowl for the first time in 2017.

3

0

Rating among all guards in 2017 per Pro Football Focus

Sacks allowed

LeGarrette Blount

EAGLES RUNNING BACK

Blount spent three seasons with the Patriots -- winning two

championship rings (2014 and 2016) ­-- before signing

with the Eagles as a free agent in 2017.

3.6

10

Yards per carry after contact

Runs of 15

yards or more

Duron Harmon

PATRIOTS STRONG SAFETY

Has the only turnover for New England since Week 15,

an interception against Pittsburgh Steelers

quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

30.6

4

Passer rating allowed in coverage

Interceptions in 2017

Dion Lewis

PATRIOTS RUNNING BACK

Set career highs in yards from scrimmage (1,100)

and total touchdowns (nine) in 2017.

3.2

1.4

Yards per carry after contact

Yards per route run

Malcom Brown

PATRIOTS DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Brown, named to the Pro Football Writers Association all-rookie team in 2015, had four tackles -- three for a loss -- in the AFC championship game.

30

2.5

Stops at or behind the line of scrimmage

Sacks

Rob Gronkowski

PATRIOTS TIGHT END

Since he was drafted in 2010, no player has caught

more TD passes (76) than Gronkowski.

14

2.4

Targets at least 20 yards downfield

Yards per route run (most among TE)

SOURCES: Pro-football-reference.com, TruMedia and Pro Football Focus

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