NBC's "equipment failure" was the "wardrobe malfunction" of Super Bowl 52

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NBC's "equipment failure" was the "wardrobe malfunction" of Super Bowl 52

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As crews work to dismantle everything that was built in recent weeks and months, fans still are talking about the seemingly nonstop action and momentum swings from the Eagles' 41-33 victory over the Patriots and wondering: Where does that Super Bowl rank among the best ever?

Chris Margin, the Eagles fan, and his buddies, Jack and Hunter Silk, hail from Melbourne, Australia, where the current high temperatures are in the 80s.

A 30-second commercial during the Super Bowl cost about $5 million, CNN reported, per NBC executives, but they didn't respond to follow up questions about the blackout. The logo is similar to that used by the league for the past two Super Bowls, with the "L" to the left of the trophy and the "I's" to the right. After they landed, they went straight to the Mall of America. A spokesperson from the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority that runs U.S. Bank Stadium said the authority doesn't have a copy of the bid documents.

Trump issued a veiled warning to players prior to the game in a statement praising those who served in the United States armed forces. So hopefully, less fans will be trying to get in all at once.

"A lot of people are going around saying, 'My God, how cold is it, '" he said.

The underdog Eagles (16-3), even injured starting quarterback Carson Wentz, came bolting off the sideline in ecstasy while Brady sat on the ground, disconsolate. "It's hard to measure the economic impact of something like the Super Bowl, when you don't know all of the factors that are going into the calculations".

DeSarno has pictures of former and Eagles current players, as well as plaques dedicated to his favorite Eagles, such as Brian Dawkins, Randell Cunningham, Brian Westbrook and Reggie White. There were the same speech patterns and also him on a horse at the end of it. He also has a signed Dr. Julius Erving warm-up shirt from the 1980s given to him by his close friend Lisa Imbriaco, complementing his love for Philadelphia sports.

'It's like welcoming them into our home and then before going home the child has to break the china, ' said Zak Fick, a die-hard Vikings fan from South Dakota, in an interview with the Star-Tribune. "To be here with my daughter, my wife, my family, my teammates, this city, I'm very blessed".

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