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Brandon Graham Makes The Play Of A Lifetime


The Eagles are Super Bowl Champions! Philadelphia defeated the New England Patriots, 41-33, in Super Bowl LII. Take a look at the photos from the game.

MINNEAPOLIS - 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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