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Eagles fans know where they were on February 4, 2018.
Brandon Graham delivered a play for the ages when he stripped the ball from quarterback Tom Brady that was recovered by Derek Barnett in the fourth quarter of the 41-33 win over the Patriots that brought home the Eagles' first Super Bowl Championship.
"It's definitely a life-changer, man. It changed my life because nobody can take that one away, going against Brady in the Super Bowl, somebody who you know put daggers in people's hearts," Graham said.
"If anything, I'm happy cause it was another Michigan guy. It's always something if I go back to Michigan and see Brady, we can always have good conversation about that one. I'm happy I was able to do that in my career, especially with how it went in the beginning and to be able to make a play like that in the town that never had a (Super Bowl) championship.
"It changed my trajectory of how people viewed me as a player and it's just gotten better ever since."
With 2:16 remaining in the game, the Patriots lined up for a 2nd-and-2 play at the Patriots' 33-yard line. The Eagles were holding onto a 38-33 lead. Graham got in his stance as the 4i technique, inside of right tackle Cam Fleming. At the snap, Graham rushed against right guard Shaq Mason and used a hand swipe to get leverage. As Brady, who took the snap out of shotgun, went to throw the ball, Graham reached out with his left arm and pushed the ball away.
Barnett, a rookie at the time, recovered. Jake Elliott tacked on a 46-yard field goal and the rest was history.
Five years later, as the longest-tenured professional athlete in the city, Graham gets the rare opportunity at a second title.
"It's definitely a blessing because it took me eight to get to the first one," Graham said. "Just trying to enjoy these last two weeks of the season and trying to put my best foot forward like we been doing. I'm just trying to get the win."