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Photojournalist Dick Druckman has captured some of the greatest players in NFL history in action, including future Hall of Famers Eli Manning, Terrell Owens and Tom Brady.

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  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, reaches for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints in the first quarter of the NFC DIVISIONAL GAME giving the Eagles an early 14-0 lead. FOLES completed 18 of 31 passes for 201 yards, but lost the game 20-14 on a late interception because of a deflected pass off the fingertips of ALSHON JEFFERY with less than 2 minutes in the game.

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, reaches for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints in the first quarter of the NFC DIVISIONAL GAME giving the Eagles an early 14-0 lead. FOLES completed 18 of 31 passes for 201 yards, but lost the game 20-14 on a late interception because of a deflected pass off the fingertips of ALSHON JEFFERY with less than 2 minutes in the game.

    Check out these 5 selected images from today’s NFC DIVISIONAL GAME won by the New Orleans Saints 20-14 over the Philadelphia Eagles.

    It was a heartbreaking loss for the Eagles, who looked like they were going to make a last minute comeback, driving down to the Saints 27 yard line with approximately two minutes to play and trailing the Saints by only 6 points(20-14). At this point, disaster struck the Eagles as a Nick Foles pass to wide receiver, ALSHON JEFFREY, was deflected off of his fingertips and intercepted by the Saints cornerback, MARSHON LATTIMORE, thus ending the Eagles threat. ALSHON and the Eagles suffered the proverbial Agony of Defeat. (ironically, as the Chicago Bears did last week against the Eagles on a deflected field goal attempt)

    The other highlights of the game that I sent you were: Eagles wide receiver JORDAN MATTHEWS celebrating the first touchdown of the game and NICK FOLES leaping and scoring the second touchdown of the game.

    There is great joy in the Big Easy tonight.

  • THE THRILL OF SCORING THE GAME’S FIRST TOUCHDOWN – Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver, JORDAN MATTHEWS celebrates scoring the game’s first touchdown in the first quarter of the NFC DIVISIONAL GAME against the New Orleans Saints. Despite taking an early 14-0 lead in the game, the Eagles faltered in the second half and lost 20-14.

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, reaches for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints in the first quarter of the NFC DIVISIONAL GAME giving the Eagles an early 14-0 lead. FOLES completed 18 of 31 passes for 201 yards, but lost the game 20-14 on a late interception because of a deflected pass off the fingertips of ALSHON JEFFERY with less than 2 minutes in the game.

    Check out these 5 selected images from today’s NFC DIVISIONAL GAME won by the New Orleans Saints 20-14 over the Philadelphia Eagles.

    It was a heartbreaking loss for the Eagles, who looked like they were going to make a last minute comeback, driving down to the Saints 27 yard line with approximately two minutes to play and trailing the Saints by only 6 points(20-14). At this point, disaster struck the Eagles as a Nick Foles pass to wide receiver, ALSHON JEFFREY, was deflected off of his fingertips and intercepted by the Saints cornerback, MARSHON LATTIMORE, thus ending the Eagles threat. ALSHON and the Eagles suffered the proverbial Agony of Defeat. (ironically, as the Chicago Bears did last week against the Eagles on a deflected field goal attempt)

    The other highlights of the game that I sent you were: Eagles wide receiver JORDAN MATTHEWS celebrating the first touchdown of the game and NICK FOLES leaping and scoring the second touchdown of the game.

    There is great joy in the Big Easy tonight.

  • New Orleans Saints quarterback, DREW BREES, throws the go-ahead touchdown pass to wide receiver Michael Thomas in NFC DIVISIONAL GAME against the Philadelphia Eagles. BREES completed 28 of 38 passes for 301yards leading the Saints to a 20-14 victory over the Eagles.

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, reaches for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints in the first quarter of the NFC DIVISIONAL GAME giving the Eagles an early 14-0 lead. FOLES completed 18 of 31 passes for 201 yards, but lost the game 20-14 on a late interception because of a deflected pass off the fingertips of ALSHON JEFFERY with less than 2 minutes in the game.

    Check out these 5 selected images from today’s NFC DIVISIONAL GAME won by the New Orleans Saints 20-14 over the Philadelphia Eagles.

    It was a heartbreaking loss for the Eagles, who looked like they were going to make a last minute comeback, driving down to the Saints 27 yard line with approximately two minutes to play and trailing the Saints by only 6 points(20-14). At this point, disaster struck the Eagles as a Nick Foles pass to wide receiver, ALSHON JEFFREY, was deflected off of his fingertips and intercepted by the Saints cornerback, MARSHON LATTIMORE, thus ending the Eagles threat. ALSHON and the Eagles suffered the proverbial Agony of Defeat. (ironically, as the Chicago Bears did last week against the Eagles on a deflected field goal attempt)

    The other highlights of the game that I sent you were: Eagles wide receiver JORDAN MATTHEWS celebrating the first touchdown of the game and NICK FOLES leaping and scoring the second touchdown of the game.

    There is great joy in the Big Easy tonight.

  • New Orleans Saints wide receiver, MICHAEL THOMAS, receives the go-ahead touchdown pass from quarterback Drew Brees in the third quarter of the NFC Divisional game giving the Saints a 17-14 lead against the Philadelphia Eagles. THOMAS, who led the NFL with 125 catches, had 12 receptions for a franchise playoff record of 171yards. The Saints won 20-14.

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, reaches for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints in the first quarter of the NFC DIVISIONAL GAME giving the Eagles an early 14-0 lead. FOLES completed 18 of 31 passes for 201 yards, but lost the game 20-14 on a late interception because of a deflected pass off the fingertips of ALSHON JEFFERY with less than 2 minutes in the game.

    Check out these 5 selected images from today’s NFC DIVISIONAL GAME won by the New Orleans Saints 20-14 over the Philadelphia Eagles.

    It was a heartbreaking loss for the Eagles, who looked like they were going to make a last minute comeback, driving down to the Saints 27 yard line with approximately two minutes to play and trailing the Saints by only 6 points(20-14). At this point, disaster struck the Eagles as a Nick Foles pass to wide receiver, ALSHON JEFFREY, was deflected off of his fingertips and intercepted by the Saints cornerback, MARSHON LATTIMORE, thus ending the Eagles threat. ALSHON and the Eagles suffered the proverbial Agony of Defeat. (ironically, as the Chicago Bears did last week against the Eagles on a deflected field goal attempt)

    The other highlights of the game that I sent you were: Eagles wide receiver JORDAN MATTHEWS celebrating the first touchdown of the game and NICK FOLES leaping and scoring the second touchdown of the game.

    There is great joy in the Big Easy tonight.

  • THE AGONY OF DEFEAT. Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver, ALSHON JEFFERY, agonizes on the ground after a Nich Foles pass is deflected off of JEFFERY'S fingertips and is intercepted by the Saints MARSHON LATTIMORE ending a serious Eagles threat with less than 2 minutes remaining. At the time, the Eagles were driving for another comeback win on the SAINTS 27 yard line. ALSHON and the Eagles were devastated.

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, reaches for a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints in the first quarter of the NFC DIVISIONAL GAME giving the Eagles an early 14-0 lead. FOLES completed 18 of 31 passes for 201 yards, but lost the game 20-14 on a late interception because of a deflected pass off the fingertips of ALSHON JEFFERY with less than 2 minutes in the game.

    Check out these 5 selected images from today’s NFC DIVISIONAL GAME won by the New Orleans Saints 20-14 over the Philadelphia Eagles.

    It was a heartbreaking loss for the Eagles, who looked like they were going to make a last minute comeback, driving down to the Saints 27 yard line with approximately two minutes to play and trailing the Saints by only 6 points(20-14). At this point, disaster struck the Eagles as a Nick Foles pass to wide receiver, ALSHON JEFFREY, was deflected off of his fingertips and intercepted by the Saints cornerback, MARSHON LATTIMORE, thus ending the Eagles threat. ALSHON and the Eagles suffered the proverbial Agony of Defeat. (ironically, as the Chicago Bears did last week against the Eagles on a deflected field goal attempt)

    The other highlights of the game that I sent you were: Eagles wide receiver JORDAN MATTHEWS celebrating the first touchdown of the game and NICK FOLES leaping and scoring the second touchdown of the game.

    There is great joy in the Big Easy tonight.

  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, throws touchdown pass to wide receiver Alshon Jeffery in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship game at Lincoln Financial Field. FOLES completed 26 of 33 passes for 352yards and three touchdowns leading the Eagles to 38-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings and a trip to the Super Bowl.

    I have uploaded seven selected images from tonight’s NFC Championship game won by the Philadelphia Eagles 38-7. The Eagles and their quarterback NICK FOLES in particular, played their best game of the year routing the Minnesota Vikings 38-7. After giving up an early touchdown to the Vikings, the Eagles stormed back to score 38 unanswered points. The turning point of the game was a 50 yard return of an intercepted pass by cornerback, PATRICK ROBINSON. NICK FOLES, who played perhaps the best game of his career, completed 26 of 33 passes for 352 yards and three touchdowns, and NO TURNOVERS.
    Tight end, ZACH ERTZ, had eight catches for 94 yards.
    As NFC Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles now face the New England Patriots in the SUPER BOWL, an event that the Eagles have never won. But THIS MAY BE THEIR YEAR.
    I will be there again, in the front row, right behind the goal posts hoping to capture another Iconic moment. This will be my 12th consecutive SUPER BOWL.

  • Philadelphia Eagles cornerback PATRICK ROBINSON returns an intercepted pass 50 yards for an Eagles touchdown, tying the game at 7-7 in the first quarter of the NFC Championship game. This play was the turning point of the game as the Eagles went on to rout the Minnesota Vikings 38-7 and earn a trip to the SUPER BOWL.

    I have uploaded seven selected images from tonight’s NFC Championship game won by the Philadelphia Eagles 38-7. The Eagles and their quarterback NICK FOLES in particular, played their best game of the year routing the Minnesota Vikings 38-7. After giving up an early touchdown to the Vikings, the Eagles stormed back to score 38 unanswered points. The turning point of the game was a 50 yard return of an intercepted pass by cornerback, PATRICK ROBINSON. NICK FOLES, who played perhaps the best game of his career, completed 26 of 33 passes for 352 yards and three touchdowns, and NO TURNOVERS.
    Tight end, ZACH ERTZ, had eight catches for 94 yards.
    As NFC Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles now face the New England Patriots in the SUPER BOWL, an event that the Eagles have never won. But THIS MAY BE THEIR YEAR.
    I will be there again, in the front row, right behind the goal posts hoping to capture another Iconic moment. This will be my 12th consecutive SUPER BOWL.

  • Philadelphia Eagles tight end ZACH ERTZ receives a pass from Eagles quarterback Nick Foles for a first down in the first quarter against the Minnesota Vikings. ERTZ had eight catches for 93 yards leading the Eagles to a 38-7 rout of the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship game.

    I have uploaded seven selected images from tonight’s NFC Championship game won by the Philadelphia Eagles 38-7. The Eagles and their quarterback NICK FOLES in particular, played their best game of the year routing the Minnesota Vikings 38-7. After giving up an early touchdown to the Vikings, the Eagles stormed back to score 38 unanswered points. The turning point of the game was a 50 yard return of an intercepted pass by cornerback, PATRICK ROBINSON. NICK FOLES, who played perhaps the best game of his career, completed 26 of 33 passes for 352 yards and three touchdowns, and NO TURNOVERS.
    Tight end, ZACH ERTZ, had eight catches for 94 yards.
    As NFC Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles now face the New England Patriots in the SUPER BOWL, an event that the Eagles have never won. But THIS MAY BE THEIR YEAR.
    I will be there again, in the front row, right behind the goal posts hoping to capture another Iconic moment. This will be my 12th consecutive SUPER BOWL.

  • Philadelphia Eagles tight end, ZACH ERTZ, leaps in the air to catch a first down pass from quarterback Nick Foles in the second quarter of the NFC Championship game as Minnesota Vikings safety ANDREW SENDEJO attempts to defend. ERTZ had eight catches for 93 yards leading the Eagles to a 38-7 rout of the Minnesota Vikings.

    I have uploaded seven selected images from tonight’s NFC Championship game won by the Philadelphia Eagles 38-7. The Eagles and their quarterback NICK FOLES in particular, played their best game of the year routing the Minnesota Vikings 38-7. After giving up an early touchdown to the Vikings, the Eagles stormed back to score 38 unanswered points. The turning point of the game was a 50 yard return of an intercepted pass by cornerback, PATRICK ROBINSON. NICK FOLES, who played perhaps the best game of his career, completed 26 of 33 passes for 352 yards and three touchdowns, and NO TURNOVERS.
    Tight end, ZACH ERTZ, had eight catches for 94 yards.
    As NFC Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles now face the New England Patriots in the SUPER BOWL, an event that the Eagles have never won. But THIS MAY BE THEIR YEAR.
    I will be there again, in the front row, right behind the goal posts hoping to capture another Iconic moment. This will be my 12th consecutive SUPER BOWL.

  • Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle, FLETCHER COX, sacks Minnesota Vikings quarterback, CASE KEENUM, in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship game. The Eagles routed the Minnesota Vikings 38-7 and earned a trip to the SUPER BOWL.

    I have uploaded seven selected images from tonight’s NFC Championship game won by the Philadelphia Eagles 38-7. The Eagles and their quarterback NICK FOLES in particular, played their best game of the year routing the Minnesota Vikings 38-7. After giving up an early touchdown to the Vikings, the Eagles stormed back to score 38 unanswered points. The turning point of the game was a 50 yard return of an intercepted pass by cornerback, PATRICK ROBINSON. NICK FOLES, who played perhaps the best game of his career, completed 26 of 33 passes for 352 yards and three touchdowns, and NO TURNOVERS.
    Tight end, ZACH ERTZ, had eight catches for 94 yards.
    As NFC Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles now face the New England Patriots in the SUPER BOWL, an event that the Eagles have never won. But THIS MAY BE THEIR YEAR.
    I will be there again, in the front row, right behind the goal posts hoping to capture another Iconic moment. This will be my 12th consecutive SUPER BOWL.

  • Minnesota Vikings tight end, KYLE RUDOLPH, receives touchdown pass from quarterback Case Keenum in the first quarter of the NFC Championship game as Philadelphia Eagles linebacker NAJEE GOODE attempts to defend. This was the Vikings only touchdown of the day as the Eagles routed the Vikings 38-7.

    I have uploaded seven selected images from tonight’s NFC Championship game won by the Philadelphia Eagles 38-7. The Eagles and their quarterback NICK FOLES in particular, played their best game of the year routing the Minnesota Vikings 38-7. After giving up an early touchdown to the Vikings, the Eagles stormed back to score 38 unanswered points. The turning point of the game was a 50 yard return of an intercepted pass by cornerback, PATRICK ROBINSON. NICK FOLES, who played perhaps the best game of his career, completed 26 of 33 passes for 352 yards and three touchdowns, and NO TURNOVERS.
    Tight end, ZACH ERTZ, had eight catches for 94 yards.
    As NFC Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles now face the New England Patriots in the SUPER BOWL, an event that the Eagles have never won. But THIS MAY BE THEIR YEAR.
    I will be there again, in the front row, right behind the goal posts hoping to capture another Iconic moment. This will be my 12th consecutive SUPER BOWL.

  • DOGGED Eagles fan, JEB BESECKER, from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, cheers on his favorite team in the NFC Championship game at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles routed the Vikings 338-7 and will now fame the New England Patriots in the SUPER BOWL.

    I have uploaded seven selected images from tonight’s NFC Championship game won by the Philadelphia Eagles 38-7. The Eagles and their quarterback NICK FOLES in particular, played their best game of the year routing the Minnesota Vikings 38-7. After giving up an early touchdown to the Vikings, the Eagles stormed back to score 38 unanswered points. The turning point of the game was a 50 yard return of an intercepted pass by cornerback, PATRICK ROBINSON. NICK FOLES, who played perhaps the best game of his career, completed 26 of 33 passes for 352 yards and three touchdowns, and NO TURNOVERS.
    Tight end, ZACH ERTZ, had eight catches for 94 yards.
    As NFC Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles now face the New England Patriots in the SUPER BOWL, an event that the Eagles have never won. But THIS MAY BE THEIR YEAR.
    I will be there again, in the front row, right behind the goal posts hoping to capture another Iconic moment. This will be my 12th consecutive SUPER BOWL.

  • Philadelphia Eagles running back LE GARRETTE BLOUNT runs over Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle GRADY JARRETT for the Eagles first and only touchdown. With a strong defensive effort coupled with 3 field goals by Jake Elliot, the Eagles defeated the Falcons 15-10 and go on to the NFC Championship next week.

    Uploaded in this group are six selected images from today’s NFC Divisional Playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Atlanta Falcons and won by the Eagles 15-10. The Eagles victory was highlighted by a solid performance by quarterback NICK FOLES who went 23 of 30 for 246 yards and no turnovers; a very strong performance by the Eagles defensive and offensive lines; and by three field goals by kicker JAKE ELLIOT, the first of which was a 53 yarder for the last play of the first half. The six images capture these moments.
    The Eagles' strategy wasn't to simply run the football against the Falcons. The idea was for the Eagles' offensive line to pound the Falcons defense into submission. And it worked.Everybody expected the Eagles to lean on the ground attack in their playoff game on Saturday. Most felt it necessary to hide or protect Nick Foles. Some thought it time to unleash workhorse running back Jay Ajayi. Strong wind and freezing temperatures were factors as well.The steady barrage of runs still helped to soften a Falcons pass rush that recorded just one sack and four quarterback hits in the contest. Foles looked increasingly comfortable as the game progressed, consistently stepping up into clean pockets and throwing darts to keep the chains moving.

    The Eagles now face the winner of the Minnesota Vikings/ New Orleans Saints game for the NFC CHAMPIONSHIP. I will be there next week and also at the Super Bowl on February 4. As you know, the Eagles are one of the few teams that have never won a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles defensive end FLETCHER COX rushes Atlanta Falcons quarterback MATT RYAN, forcing him to shuffel the ball for an incomplete pass in the third quarter in the NFC Divisiional Playoff game. The Eagles went on to win 15-10 and will face the winner of the Minnesota Vikings/ New Orleans Saints game for the NFC Championship.

    Uploaded in this group are six selected images from today’s NFC Divisional Playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Atlanta Falcons and won by the Eagles 15-10. The Eagles victory was highlighted by a solid performance by quarterback NICK FOLES who went 23 of 30 for 246 yards and no turnovers; a very strong performance by the Eagles defensive and offensive lines; and by three field goals by kicker JAKE ELLIOT, the first of which was a 53 yarder for the last play of the first half. The six images capture these moments.
    The Eagles' strategy wasn't to simply run the football against the Falcons. The idea was for the Eagles' offensive line to pound the Falcons defense into submission. And it worked.Everybody expected the Eagles to lean on the ground attack in their playoff game on Saturday. Most felt it necessary to hide or protect Nick Foles. Some thought it time to unleash workhorse running back Jay Ajayi. Strong wind and freezing temperatures were factors as well.The steady barrage of runs still helped to soften a Falcons pass rush that recorded just one sack and four quarterback hits in the contest. Foles looked increasingly comfortable as the game progressed, consistently stepping up into clean pockets and throwing darts to keep the chains moving.

    The Eagles now face the winner of the Minnesota Vikings/ New Orleans Saints game for the NFC CHAMPIONSHIP. I will be there next week and also at the Super Bowl on February 4. As you know, the Eagles are one of the few teams that have never won a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles defensive end FLETCHER COX rushes Atlanta Falcons quarterback MATT RYAN, forcing him to shuffel the ball for an incomplete pass in the third quarter in the NFC Divisiional Playoff game. The Eagles went on to win 15-10 and will face the winner of the Minnesota Vikings/ New Orleans Saints game for the NFC Championship.

    Uploaded in this group are six selected images from today’s NFC Divisional Playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Atlanta Falcons and won by the Eagles 15-10. The Eagles victory was highlighted by a solid performance by quarterback NICK FOLES who went 23 of 30 for 246 yards and no turnovers; a very strong performance by the Eagles defensive and offensive lines; and by three field goals by kicker JAKE ELLIOT, the first of which was a 53 yarder for the last play of the first half. The six images capture these moments.
    The Eagles' strategy wasn't to simply run the football against the Falcons. The idea was for the Eagles' offensive line to pound the Falcons defense into submission. And it worked.Everybody expected the Eagles to lean on the ground attack in their playoff game on Saturday. Most felt it necessary to hide or protect Nick Foles. Some thought it time to unleash workhorse running back Jay Ajayi. Strong wind and freezing temperatures were factors as well.The steady barrage of runs still helped to soften a Falcons pass rush that recorded just one sack and four quarterback hits in the contest. Foles looked increasingly comfortable as the game progressed, consistently stepping up into clean pockets and throwing darts to keep the chains moving.

    The Eagles now face the winner of the Minnesota Vikings/ New Orleans Saints game for the NFC CHAMPIONSHIP. I will be there next week and also at the Super Bowl on February 4. As you know, the Eagles are one of the few teams that have never won a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles safety RODNEY McLEOD sacks Atlanta Falcons QB MATT RYAN, in the third quarter of the NFC Divisional Playoff Series. The Eagles’ pass defense and pass rush was a major factor in the Eagles 15-10 victory over the Falcons.

    Uploaded in this group are six selected images from today’s NFC Divisional Playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Atlanta Falcons and won by the Eagles 15-10. The Eagles victory was highlighted by a solid performance by quarterback NICK FOLES who went 23 of 30 for 246 yards and no turnovers; a very strong performance by the Eagles defensive and offensive lines; and by three field goals by kicker JAKE ELLIOT, the first of which was a 53 yarder for the last play of the first half. The six images capture these moments.
    The Eagles' strategy wasn't to simply run the football against the Falcons. The idea was for the Eagles' offensive line to pound the Falcons defense into submission. And it worked.Everybody expected the Eagles to lean on the ground attack in their playoff game on Saturday. Most felt it necessary to hide or protect Nick Foles. Some thought it time to unleash workhorse running back Jay Ajayi. Strong wind and freezing temperatures were factors as well.The steady barrage of runs still helped to soften a Falcons pass rush that recorded just one sack and four quarterback hits in the contest. Foles looked increasingly comfortable as the game progressed, consistently stepping up into clean pockets and throwing darts to keep the chains moving.

    The Eagles now face the winner of the Minnesota Vikings/ New Orleans Saints game for the NFC CHAMPIONSHIP. I will be there next week and also at the Super Bowl on February 4. As you know, the Eagles are one of the few teams that have never won a Super Bowl.

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