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Brandon Graham Makes The Play Of A Lifetime

Posted Feb 4, 2018

Life. Death. Taxes. Tom Brady coming back in the fourth quarter.

It seemed all but certain that Brady was going to lead the Patriots to yet another come-from-behind victory in the Super Bowl.

That is, until defensive end Brandon Graham stepped in.

The Eagles' defense didn't force a punt the entire night, but it didn't matter.

After Zach Ertz's touchdown put the Eagles ahead 38-33 with 2:21 remaining, Brady was back on the field looking to put the clamps down on a sixth Super Bowl crown.

Graham came off the edge and strip-sacked Brady. It was recovered by rookie defensive end Derek Barnett to give the Eagles the ball back.

Jake Elliott tacked on a 46-yard field goal and that's all she wrote.

The longest-tenured member of the Eagles' defense and the rookie first-round pick combined to make one of the greatest plays in franchise history.

And as a result, the Eagles are Super Bowl champions.

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