Minneapolis, USA (Mckoy’s News) — Philadelphia Eagles took Super Bowl LII: The Philadelphia Eagles’ fight last night for the Lombardi Trophy represents the resilience of the State the Eagles represents. A standing ovation is deserving for a team that showed Bardy’s Patriots that they were not leaving without the rights as the winner of Super Bowl LII.
In a record-setting battle between Super Bowl MVP, Philadelphia Eagles’ Nick Foles and Tom Brady of the favoured to win New England Patriots, the backup quarterback led for a 75-yard drive to the winning touchdown on Sunday night, February 4, 2018.
Philadelphia Eagles took Super Bowl LII: This is the first Super Bowl win for the Eagles who defeated defending champions New England Patriots 41–33. Denying the Patriots of a record-tying 6th Super Bowl win.
Just two years as head coach of the Philadelphia franchise, coach Doug Pederson took home the NFL championship title for Superbowl 42 in a record fashion, where the Eagles rebounded from the underdogs at 16-3 to first!
New Super Bowl MVP, Nick Foles carried out the victory with a Tom Brady, five-time NFL champion kind of drive, covering 14 plays, including a fourth-down conversion.
“I felt calm. I mean, we have such a great group of guys, such a great coaching staff,” said Foles. “We felt confident coming in, and we just went out there and played football.”
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