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  • Philadellphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, receives a touchdown pass just before half time giving the Eagles a 22-12 half time lead. The Eagles went on to win their first Super Bowl 41-33. FOLES is the only player in history to both pass and receive a touchdown pass in the Super Bowl
    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles running back LE GARRETTE BLOUNT scores a touchdown in the second quarter giving the Eagles a 15-6 lead. The Eagles went on to win their first Super Bowl defeating the New England Patriots 41-33.

    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles injured quarterback, Carson Wentz, holds up the Lombardi Trophy. The Philadelphia Eagles won their first Super Bowl defeating the New England Patriots 41-33.

    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles running back, COREY CLEMENT, scores a touchdown in the third quarter, giving the Eagles a 29-29 lead. The Eagles went on to win their first Super Bowl 41-33.

    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles running back, COREY CLEMENT, is mobbed by his teammates after scoring in the third quarter giving the Eagles a 29-19 lead. The Eagles went on to win their first Super Bowl 41-33.

    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, completes a pass to TORREY SMITH in the third quarter of the Super Bowl. The Eagles went on to win their first Super Bowl 41-33.

    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, barks out the signals in the third quarter of the Super Bowl at U.S.Bank Stadium. Foles completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns. Foles led his team to their first Super Bowl victory 41-33.

    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Doug Peterson and Nick Foles lead the Philadelphia Eagles to their first Super Bowl victory 41-33.

    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback NICK FOLES raises the Lombardi Trophy celebrating the Eagles victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. The Eagles defeated the Patriots 41-33, winning their first Super Bowl ever.

    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, passes downfield in the third quarter of Super Bowl LII. FOLES completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and three touchdown. The Eagles went on to win 41-33, their first Super Bowl win ever.
    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles tight end, ZACH ERTZ, drives for a first down after catching a pass from NICK FOLES in the second quarter of Super Bowl LII against the New England Patriots. The Eagles went on to win their first Super Bowl 41-33.
    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles running back, LE GARRETTE BLOUNT, scores in the second quarter as New England Patriots defensive lineman TREY FLOWERS cannot make the tackle. The Eagles went on to win their first Super Bowl 41-33.
    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadelphia Eagles running back, JAY AJAYI, runs for a first down in the second quarter of Super Bowl LII against the New England Patriots. The Eagles went on to win heir first Super Bowl 41-33.
    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Philadellphia Eagles head coach DOUG PETERSON, and quarterbacks NICK FOLES and CARSON WENTZ talk on the sidelines in the third quarter of Super Bowl LII. The Eagles went on to win their first Super Bowl 41-33.
    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

  • Ecstatic Eagle fans celebrate defeating the New England Patriots 41-33. The was the first Super Bowl that the Eagles won.

    Nick Foles rose to the occasion defeating the greatest quarterback ever to play in the NFL, Tom Brady by a score of 41-33.
    Nick Foles, the backup quarterback who took over as Philadelphia’s starting quarterback only after an injury to Carson Wentz in Week 14, completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards and 3 touchdowns, and he even caught a touchdown pass in an offensive effort that few predicted he was capable of coming into the game. He repeatedly converted third down opportunities, threw aggressively into coverage all game, and appeared every bit as poised and confident as Brady, the five-time champion on the other side of the field.
    The Eagles had offensive stars all over the field, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 90 yards and a touchdown, Corey Clement contributing 108 yards of total offense, and Nelson Agholor catching 9 passes for 84 yards. But it was Zach Ertz, Foles’s favorite target, who got the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter when he dove over Devin McCourty for a thrilling 11-yard touchdown pass that stood up to a long review by the officials who were trying to determine if he had possession of the ball before it shot out of his hands in the end zone. Ertz finished the day with 7 catches for 67 yards.
    Foles is the first player in NFL history to both throw and catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl.

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