Despite being the No. 1 seed in the NFC, the Philadelphia Eagles entered the playoffs a big underdog against the defending NFC champion, Atlanta Falcons.
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However, after a solid performance from backup quarterback Nick Foles and an amazing defensive performance, the Eagles advanced to the NFC Championship Game with a 15-10 victory.
Immediately following the game, the Eagles made sure to go right after their doubters, targeting ESPN for their predictions earlier today.
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Eagles fans have been playing the underdog role the entire week and will gladly embrace it next week in the NFC Championship Game.
Jay McCoy ya well it was ATL.. nuff said. Philly led by Noles cant beat the Saints or the Vikings so their joyride ends next week.
Adam Meier Kinda like how NFL Memes were wrong too in their predictions of the game. Funny
Tom North When everyone is high on Atlanta and picks em, that’s when they lose. And being a falcons fan opening as a favourite being the 6 seed and all these “experts” picking us I became nervous
Frankie Merrick The only thing matters is that they moved on, you can say what you want about the team or Foles, but at the end of the day moving on is better than not. I think Foles was effective today, but he won’t get away with overshooting guys next week regardless of who they play. I think he can ball though.
Mark Travers Don't let this distract you from the fact that the Cowboys and Tony Romo blew a 29 to 3 lead only to lose 37-36 to the Packers with Matt Flynn at quarterback in December 2013.
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