How many Super Bowls have the Patriots, Eagles won?

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Night net null null null The New England Patriots were already up by 7 on the Philadelphia Eagles before Super Bowl 52 even kicked off with a 9-2 advantage in Super Bowl appearances.  Here's a brief look at the Patriots' and Eagles' Super Bowl histories, as well as a look at the team with the most Super Bowl wins in Night net history. MORE: Best photos from Super Bowl 52 | Best reactions to Timberlake halftime show How many Super Bowls have the Patriots won?The Patriots have made 10 Super Bowls, including Super Bowl 52, and have won five titles, all with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. New England is tied with the Cowboys and 49ers for the second-most Super Bowl wins behind the Pittsburgh Steelers, who have six.  Patriots Super Bowl winsSuper Bowl XXXVI; Feb. 3, 2002: Patriots 20, Rams 17Super Bowl XXXVIII; Feb. 1, 2004: Patriots 32, Panthers 29Super Bowl XXXIX; Feb. 6, 2005: Patriots 24, Eagles 21Super Bowl XLIX; Feb. 1, 2015: Patriots 28, Seahawks 24Super Bowl LI; Feb. 5, 2017: Patriots 34, Falcons 28MORE: Each franchise's greatest team of Super Bowl eraHow many Super Bowls have the Eagles won?The Eagles have made three Super Bowls, including Super Bowl 52, when they won the franchise's first title. Here's a look at Philadelphia's three trips to the Super Bowl.  Eagles Super BowlsSuper Bowl XV; Jan. 25, 1981: Raiders 27, Eagles 10​Super Bowl XXXIX; Feb. 6, 2005: Patriots 24, Eagles 21Super Bowl LII; Feb. 4, 2018: Eagles 41, Patriots 33MORE: Ranking every Super Bowl winnerWhich team has won the most Super Bowls?The Steelers have played in eight Super Bowls and have won six, the most in Night net history. The Patriots, Cowboys and 49ers each have five Super Bowl wins. Steelers Super

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Bowl winsSuper Bowl IX; Jan. 12, 1975: Steelers 16, Vikings 6Super Bowl X; Jan. 18, 1976: Steelers 21, Cowboys 17Super Bowl XIII; Jan. 21, 1979: Steelers 35, Cowboys 21Super Bowl XIV; Jan. 20, 1980: Steelers 31, Rams 19Super Bowl XL; Feb. 5, 2006: Steelers 21, Seahawks 10Super Bowl XLIII; Feb. 1, 2009: Steelers 27, Cardinals 23