Febrero 19, 2018

Super Bowl Parade: Sights and scenes from Eagles nation

09 Febrero 2018, 06:36 | Gervasio Siguenza


New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick walks off the field after the NFL Super Bowl 52 football game against the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday Feb. 4 2018 in Minneapolis. The Eagles won 41-33

Eagles quarterback Nike Foles looked to extend the team's lead, but instead threw his only interception at the Patriots two-yard line when, wide-receiver Alshon Jeffrey juggled and then batted the ball in the air for a turnover. He caught a 14-yard pass off a play-fake on third-and-1 in the third quarter, keeping a drive alive that ended with Foles' 22-yard touchdown pass to running back Corey Clement.

'It took only about an hour to complete, ' Morgan told about the Xs and Ox that now dot his inner arm. "I was in Disney World and there were tens of thousands of Eagles fans down there just so excited". I can't wait to go down Broad, go to the art museum, and see everything.

Pederson, posing with Goodell next to the Lombardi Trophy, put that opinion to sleep. 'I wanted mine to be less obvious. "Everything you've got, '" Pederson said.

Morgan was right about other tattoos being more obvious.

The rowdy tavern quieted down as the rally started, but patrons once again burst into cheers as key plays from the Super Bowl and the final play were shown. And that was a moment in my life where I thought about it, and I prayed about it. 'But this one is cool.

One of the biggest plays in Philadelphia sports history, the "Philly Special", was dialed up by quarterback Nick Foles. Part of the messaging this season was putting it back on the players. The Eagles shockingly took down perhaps the greatest sports dynasty of the 21st century - the New England Patriots - in a 41-33 shootout. If this is any indication, the Eagles got hot at the ideal time and appear to have the opportunity to do something special over the next decade.

Fans aren't the only ones decked out in their finery.

Tom Brady was sacked just once in Super Bowl LII - but that sack was costly.

In addition to the actual matchups on their 2018 schedule being tougher, every opponent is going to step up their game a notch when playing the Eagles next season since they're facing the reigning Super Bowl champs. "Being a leader on this team, a key contributor and being a lot older than I was my rookie year, it means a totally different amount to me now".

It was just two years ago that Cam Newton was harshly criticized for ending his Super Bowl postgame press conference early, later acknowledging he was a "sore loser."

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