Congratulations Super Bowl LII champion Philadelphia Eagles for beating the Patriots

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - FEBRUARY 04: Brandon Graham /

The NFL has a new world champion and it is not the New England Patriots. The Philadelphia Eagles are now the kings of the NFL world!

In what can be described as one of the best Super Bowls ever played, the Eagles and head coach Doug Pederson paid attention to the game film and never gave up and never went into prevent mode.

The Patriots didn’t take their first lead until early in the fourth quarter on a touchdown pass by Tom Brady but it was the Eagles who ate over six minutes of clock time driving down the field to score the go ahead and eventual game winning touchdown. A pass from Nick Foles to Zach Ertz on third down in the red-zone.

The Eagles played the Patriots tough all day and controlled the game offensively but their defense, one of the best in the NFL simply couldn’t keep Tom Brady down until his final drive. With two minutes left the Patriots found themselves hindered by a bull pass rush that caused a Tom Brady fumble.

The fumble recovery by the Eagles set up a 40 yard field goal that made the game an eight point difference. With one shot left the final throw by Tom Brady fell into the end zone incomplete giving the Eagles their first ever Super Bowl Lombardy Trophy.

For a nation of football fans, the win was not just for the city of Philadelphia but a win for an entire league of “Anyone but the Pats” fans. Tonight, most of the NFL fan base were Philly fans.

The game however will still go down as one of the best games in Super Bowl history. A game that was relatively close for all four quarters and big plays on both sides of the ball. Or course the miracle calls by the referees were absent in the game and finally the league’s on-field police let the players play.

For Dolphins fans, Jay Ajayi gets a Super Bowl ring that he can thank Adam Gase for. While he may have been a problem for the coaches in Miami, he was still a solid player and his win today is well deserved. The same can be said for former Miami Dolphins back-up quarterback Doug Pederson who is now a Super Bowl winning head coach.

Congrats to the Philadelphia Eagles on their championship and thank you from all of us Miami Dolphins fans!