- The Philadelphia Eagles took the lead on an incredible touchdown catch from wide receiver Alshon Jeffery.
- Jeffery skied for a 34-yard pass from Nick Foles and reeled it in to give the Eagles a 9-3 lead.
The Philadelphia Eagles scored their first touchdown of the Super Bowl on a deep pass to Alshon Jeffery that resulted in an all-time great catch.
On just the third play of the Eagles’ second drive, tied 3-3 with the New England Patriots, Nick Foles aired it out to Jeffery on a 34-yard pass.
Jeffery skied for the ball, reeling it in despite being draped by the Patriots’ Eric Rowe.
The Eagles’ missed the extra point, however, giving them a 9-3 lead over the Patriots.
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