One of the greatest quarterbacks of all time threw for a record-setting 505 yards, and it still wasn’t enough to save the Patriots and win his sixth Super Bowl. But he’ll be back.
Philadelphia out-Patriots-ed New England in Super Bowl LII by playing like it had nothing to lose. The Patriots put up arguably the best offensive performance in a loss in NFL history. The Eagles just survived.
Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark said Sunday his father and three other family members were killed in a fire in Cleveland last week.
Eagles’ second-year coach Doug Pederson just produced an all-out, nothing-to-lose strategic masterpiece, starting with a fourth-down touchdown pass to his quarterback. His players weren’t surprised, though.
Las Vegas gambler “Bettor X” will cash in on at least $6 million worth of bets wagered on the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII, including a $3 million wager at the MGM, its second-largest Super Bowl wager ever.
Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler expressed his frustration for not playing in the team’s loss to Eagles in Super Bowl LII on Sunday night, telling ESPN “they gave up on me.”
Bud Light will make good on a bet with Eagles tackle Lane Johnson: Eagles fans will get a can of beer for free with the Eagles’ win in Super Bowl LII.