20 weeks ago, 32 teams had the dream of heading to Minnesota for Super Bowl LII. After three playoff games, we are down to two teams.
Representing the AFC is the New England Patriots. They won their two playoffs games against the Buffalo Bills and the Jacksonville Jaguars. On the other side of the field is the NFC champions Philadelphia Eagles. For the Eagles to keep their wings in the air, they defeated the Atlanta Falcons and the Minnesota Vikings.
At the beginning of the game, both teams got on the board with a field goal tieing things up at three apiece. Then after a 9-play drive that went for 67 yards by the Patriots, the Eagles have control of the ball. With 3:31 to go in the quarter, the Eagles are facing a 2nd and 3 on their own 30-yard line. Thanks to quarterback Nick Foles deep pass to Jeffe34-yard34 yard touchdown. putting the Eagles in front 9-3. Unfortunately, the Eagles missed the extra point. After the first quarter, the Philadelphia Eagles are in the lead 9-3.
In the second quarter, the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots were exchanging drives. Then on a 1st and 10 play by the Patriots with over 8 minutes to go in the half, running back for the Eagles Lugarrett Blunt ran it into the endzone for a 21-yard touchdown. The Eagles would then go for the 2-point conversion and missed for putting the score 15-3.
With Tom Brady at quarterback for the Patriots, he would be rebound and score a touchdown with 7:28 seconds in the half. The score would is now Philadelphia Eagles 15, New England Patriots 12. As halftime approached, both teams exchanged scores and when the clock struck zero, the Eagles would go into halftime with a 22-12 lead.
After an energetic third quarter, three points separate the two teams as the Eagles continued to lead 26-23. Now, all that remains is the important fourth quarter.
In the fourth quarter, the game was coming down to the wire. With 2:16 seconds remaining in the season, Tom Brady, had the game in his hands. Then, in a blink of an eye, it was taken away as that fumble was virtually the nail in the coffin. The final score in Super Bowl LII, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 earning them their first Super Bowl title in franchise history.
Your Super Bowl LII MVP is Nick Foles, quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles. He finished the night with 22 completions. He passed 214 yards and threw one touchdown.
Browns’ Baker Mayfield Rips Training Staff Over OBJ Injury
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield is spouting off at the mouth again, and is taking aim at his own organization, specifically for the way that the training staff handled the injury of Browns’ superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr..
“I’d say that it wasn’t handled right,” Mayfield said, according to ESPN’s Jake Trotter. “He’s not able to run as well as he … should be able to, as well as he knows. And that’s frustrating for him. You can sense some of his frustration, where that comes from. It wasn’t handled the right way, in our training room. It is what it is. His not 100% is still good enough for us.”
Beckham reportedly has a sports hernia injury and is weighing offseason surgery to correct the issue that has been hampering him since training camp.
“I don’t really know,” Beckham said. “You have to ask the doctors if you have a chance to interview them. I really don’t know what to tell you.”
“I think it could’ve been addressed earlier on,” Mayfield said. “Looking back on it, obviously, hindsight is 20/20, he probably would’ve missed the first two [games]. One or two. Just based on the fact that it was during training camp. It is what it is. We’re here right now. It’s too late to do that. He’s fighting through pain; he’s playing through pain. That shows you the type of guy he is.”
Mayfield took to Twitter to issue an apology for his comments.
Those people within our building know my intentions and where I am coming from. I truly believe that and I apologize to those that don’t deserve the backlash…. today was a good team win. On to the next one.
— Baker Mayfield (@bakermayfield) December 8, 2019
Eagles’ Doug Pederson Upset After Loss to Dolphins
The Philadelphia Eagles are reeling after another loss, this time to the “tanking” Miami Dolphins, and yet another blow to their playoff hopes and chances to take the division crown.
The Eagles entered halftime with a comfortable lead only to see it evaporate in the second half with the Dolphins passing game and trick plays propelling them to an improbable 37-31 victory in Miami on Sunday.
Eagles’ head coach Doug Pederson wasn’t too thrilled with how things played out, especially after their strong start, saying he was “disgusted” and “angry”, mostly at himself, for the game.
During a radio interview with 94WIP in Philadelphia on Monday, Pederson said the Eagles “self-destructed” adding that they were now a “long shot” to make the playoffs after falling to 5-7 on the season.
“I’m disgusted, I’m mad, I’m angry and I’m probably more so mad at myself,” Pederson said (h/t ESPN). “Our discipline, our consistency, the lack of that that showed up in this football game, that’s on me. That’s on me. And that’s why I’m disappointed. I felt like and I think most people felt like we were the better football team.”
Pederson believes that the struggling Dolphins played harder than his team did on Sunday.
“That’s why I’m disappointed in that. They wanted this a little more than we did and they made the plays and we didn’t,” he said, also crediting the Miami staff for how well coached the Dolphins were.
Pederson was also miffed about the 10 penalties that the team drew.
“Having watched [the tape] again this morning, it’s not who we are, it’s not who I am as a coach, it’s not how we teach things,” Pederson said. “It starts with me and I have to fix things this week heading into the Giants game.”
The Eagles will now look to snap a three-game losing stream next Monday night when they play host to the New York Giants.
Cowboys’ Jerry Jones Staying with Jason Garrett
Despite the obvious failure at the helm, for yet another season, Dallas Cowboys’ owner and general manager Jerry Jones is staying with head coach Jason Garrett for now, despite a brutal loss to the Buffalo Bills on Thanksgiving.
The 26-15 loss to the Bills marked the sixth loss over the past nine games for the Cowboys, who dropped to 6-6 on the season but remain in first place of the NFC East, regardless if the Philadelphia Eagles win on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
“This is not the time for me [to make a coaching change],” Jones said outside the locker room in an emotional statement. “I’m looking ahead at another ballgame. I’m looking ahead at winning four or five straight and helping write a story they will talk about, how it looks like you’re down and out. And I mean that. That’s the way that I’m operating. Every decision that I make over the next month will be with an eye in mind to get us in the Super Bowl now.”
Garrett should have been fired years ago, following a string of 8-8 seasons, but has somehow, rather baffling too, managed to hold on to his job despite looking completely lost at times.
“You just have to get back to work,” Garrett said. “That’s the nature of the National Football League. It’s hard every week. You are going to deal with adversities over the course of the year. You’re going to have to deal with the successes over the course of the year. You have to learn from them and move on and get ready for the next challenge.”
“I’m going to do the same thing I’ve always done when I get a setback or get my butt kicked. I’m going to get up in the morning and I’m going to look for ways [to help], and I’m not going to panic,” Jones said. “I’m going to look for ways to improve the situation. I’m still glad that when I get up in the morning, I can look for ways to help our team. One of them is not a coaching change. One of them is not reworking the offense or the defense. Those aren’t alternatives for us to be ready to play over the next month and give us a chance to be what we want to be.”
“We’re talking about the last games, opportunity to get it together, the fact that it can happen, the fact we have a lot invested in Jason,” Jones said. “Jason is certainly, in my mind, the coach that could turn this thing around and cause us to have a great year. There’s no question in my mind he should be the head coach to do that.”
“No belief has been lost. No confidence has been lost,” Cowboys’ quarterback Dak Prescott said. “This is simply execution, and that’s on the players. That’s what that conversation was. Credit the leaders. Credit to Michael Bennett, those guys that started that. It was a great conversation, a lot of great words. But it’s just all about us executing and just getting the job done.”
“He’s someone who approaches each and every day with the same mindset and mentality,” Prescott said. “That’s what you need in this league. You can’t get too up and you can’t get too down. You have to stay the same. What he gives to this team, the energy and focus level, we’re thankful for him and we need him to do what we have to do.”
Garrett is clearly not the right guy to be leading this team, and the Cowboys will, unfortunately, have to waste another season finding that out, yet again, the hard way.
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