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  • Philadelphia Eagles kicker, JAKE ELLIOT, kicks a 35 yard field goal as time expires to defeat the Houston Texans 32-30 and keep their playoff hopes alive.

    In one of the most exciting games of the year, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Houston Texans 32-30 on a 35-yard field goal as time expired. With less than two minutes remaining, and the Eagles trailing the Texans 29-30, Eagles quarterback, NICK FOLES, was injured on a late hit by Houston’s Jadeveon Clowney. While FOLES appeared severely injured lying on his back for at least 5 minutes, he slowly got up and left the game for one play. Then he returned and led his team down the field to score and win the game and keep their playoff hopes alive.

    FOLES threw for a franchise-record 471 yards and four touchdown passes while ZACH ERTZ had 12 catches to break
    Jason Whitten’s single season record for tight-ends with 110 catches for the Dallas Cowboys in 2012. ERTZ has 113 catches and has one game remaining.

    Attached are four selected images that capture these moments.

  • Philadelphia Eagles kicker JAKE ELLIOT kicks 21 yard field goal in the fourth quarter against the Atlanta Falcons giving the Eagles a 15-10 lead. The Eagles went on to win the divisional playoff game 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 kicker JAKE ELLIOT kicks 53 yard field goal at the end of the second quarter, allowing the Eagles to trail the Atlanta Falcons by only one point 10-9 to begin the second half. Elliot kicked two more field goals in the second half giving the Eagles a 15-10 victory.

    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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