A lot of them are either complaining about Falcons' play calling or the sloppy football that was played all night.
But in case there wasn't enough proof you'd seen the Patriots fail to pull this off before, Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson removed all doubt, and let people know exactly how he felt in the process.
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Pederson said Thursday night's play is called "Philly Philly", but didn't bring up the fact that Brady didn't convert back in February. With some quick moves, QB Nick Foles snagged a 15-yard pass from teammate Nelson Agholor on a reverse to seal an 18-12 victory for the Eagles and some respect from the more than just the fans at Lincoln Financial Field. And I think when we get those changes again, we're going to come up with those plays. That long-ago game was hampered by an early start time; NBC pushed the 2008 Kickoff Game from 8 p.m.to 7 p.m. EDT in order to accommodate the news division's prime-time coverage of the Republican National Convention.
Doug Pederson describes why the Eagles called "Philly Philly" and where they got it from. "We needed a little boost, a little something, we needed to make a play, so it was just the right time for it".
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"No panic, we're resilient", Pederson said. Instead, he dropped it, the Patriots failed to pick up the first down on the ensuing play, and then the Eagles took the ball and scored a touchdown to extend their lead. Appearing uncomfortable in the pocket, Ryan finished with a 5.8 yards per attempt average on 43 attempts, completing a dastardly 48.8 percent of his tosses, with one interception (in the red zone) and zero TD passes.
What did they name the play?
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As for your fantasy impact, Julio Jones want off per usual with 10 catches and 170 yards, while Eagles RB Jay Ajayi led the way with 2 touchdowns and 62 yards. The Patriots quarterback had room for a first down and more, but the third-and-5 play ended New England's drive before they lost, 41-33.