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Eagles-Vikings Tied After First Quarter After Patrick Robinson's Pick-Six


The Philadelphia Eagles are the NFC Champions. They defeated the Minnesota Vikings, 38-7, and will play in Super Bowl LII.

After the first quarter, the Eagles and Vikings are tied 7-7.

The Vikings scored on the game's opening drive on a 25-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Case Keenum to tight end Kyle Rudolph. The Eagles' defense would respond on the Vikings' next drive.

On third-and-8 with six minutes to go, cornerback Patrick Robinson intercepted Keenum's pass intended for Adam Thielen and returned it across the field 50 yards for a touchdown. It was Robinson's second pick-six of his career and tied the game at 7-7.

The Eagles will take over from the Minnesota 17 to start the second quarter.

First Quarter Leaders


Nick Foles: 6-9, 54 yards

Case Keenum: 5-9, 61 yards, TD, INT


Zach Ertz: 2 catches, 20 yards

Alshon Jeffery: 2 catches, 17 yards

Kyle Rudolph: 25 yards, TD


Jay Ajayi: 2 carries, 20 yards

Latavius Murray: 5 carries, 17 yards


Patrick Robinson: INT, TD

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