The Philadelphia Eagles are your Super Bowl LII Champions. Quarterback Nick Foles earned MVP honors after throwing for 373 yards, 3 touchdowns, and one interception that wasn’t his fault. Tom Brady had over 500 yards passing, but lost because he couldn’t cheat. Head coach Doug Pederson called a tremendous game for the Philly offense, and Brandon Graham made a clutch strip sack late in the 4th quarter to keep New England from mounting a comeback. Nick Foles also caught a TD pass late in the second quarter. Trey Burton was the QB on that play.

I’m not sure if anyone thought this game would be an offensive shootout, but Rob Gronkowski, Chris Hogan, James White, Alshon Jeffery, LeGarrette Blount, Corey Clement, & Zach Ertz all scored touchdowns in the game. Bill Belichick and company tied the Denver Broncos for most Super Bowl losses with 5. The 2018 portion of the NFL season has proved to be very exciting, and concluded nicely with the Philly Underdogs getting a Super Bowl 52 win. “Coach has got some guts!” That’s what Eagles tight end Trey Burton thought after hearing the Eagles’ play call of “Philly Special” on fourth-and-goal late in the first half of the Eagles’ Super Bowl win Sunday night.