"Since [Carson Wentz went down], no one has given us a chance". I'm very proud of everyone on the team.
Many were unhappy with the call.
Jones, covered by Jalen Mills, fell to the ground before getting up and leaping in vain for Ryan's pass. "At the end of the day, I can make those plays", Jones said.
Despite the problems it caused, Nick Foles engineered several long drives, Jake Elliott converted three field goals and the defense got stingy in the tightest spot, moving Philadelphia into the NFC championship game with a 15-10 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday.
In the end, it came down to a fourth-and-goal from the 2-yard line. And that's what one should expect out of a contending team with its eyes set on winning the Super Bowl.
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The Atlanta Falcons seem to hitting their stride at the right time.
Blount ran in Philly's only touchdown of the game in the second quarter as they went for it on 4th and Goal early in the second quarter.
Falcons coach Dan Quinn could have opted to take the wind in the fourth quarter after deferring on the opening coin toss. We just have to keep working together. "We just believe in one another, we don't care what anybody else says". You're aware of it because you're human, but we did a good job of blocking it out and just going to work.
"I think everybody perceives us as being the weakest and that is fine". But they are certainly capable of reaching the postseason next year, and possibly the Super Bowl.
You also have to execute. He returned in the second half and he took a screen pass for a big 32 yards. He wasn't missing open receivers like he had been. They'd never trail again. The receiver was instrumental in the Eagles' third-fourth quarter drive that expanded their lead to five points, catching three passes for 45 yards. "I understand Carson is a great player, but every week our guys hear were not good enough". And he stepped up when he needed to, thanks to some stellar play calling by Doug Pederson.
"We just kept believing in each other". He was just Nick Foles. "The effort that we gave". "We love it! Keep it up". "It has been that way all season". The 27-year-old righty was the overall No. 1 pick in the 2011 draft and a 2015 All-Star with the Pirates.
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