Sunday’s NFC Championship game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Minnesota Vikings was something of a let-down. Poor Minnesota used up all their mojo coming from behind against the New Orleans Saints last week and had nothing left to showcase against the Eagles. It is a bummer that the Vikings won’t be the first team to host a Super Bowl in their home stadium, but clearly the better team won on Sunday.
The Eagles looked like they had gotten over the hiccups that plagued the Nick Foles-led offense in his earlier starts. The Philly D also looks incredibly stout.
Of course, despite such a dominant 38-7 victory over the Vikings, the Eagles are 5.5 point underdogs in Super Bowl LII. Having been discounted throughout the postseason, it goes without saying the Eagles will do everything to turn that disrespect to their advantage... Much like the Denver Broncos did in Super Bowl 50.
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Talib, Harris after Jaguars' loss: Stop with Broncos comparisons
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Eagles blow out Vikings to earn franchise’s third trip to Super Bowl - LA Times
The Philadelphia Eagles secured a Super Bowl rematch Sunday, and denied the Minnesota Vikings in their bid to make history.
Nick Foles has come full circle, and the Eagles are going to the Super Bowl - The Washington Post
In a career of ups and downs, the quarterback again is a hero in Philadelphia.
Eagles’ aggressive performance leads to NFC Championship rout over Vikings - SBNation.com
The Eagles were underdogs. They didn’t play like it.
Super Bowl LII tickets take dip with after Minnesota Vikings lose NFC Championship Game against Philadelphia Eagles
With no shot of the Vikings playing in the Super Bowl at their home stadium, ticket prices on resale sites for the Feb. 4 showdown slightly dropped.
Philadelphia Eagles fans take to streets to celebrate Super Bowl berth
Philadelphia Eagles fans have taken to the streets to celebrate following their team's 38-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship Game.
Philadelphia Eagles biggest Super Bowl underdogs since 2009
The Eagles opened as 5.5-point underdogs for Super Bowl LII at the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas, making Philadelphia the biggest SB underdog since 2009.
Kyle Rudolph: It'll be hard seeing Eagles in our stadium - NFL.com
Minnesota's incredible, unlikely season came crashing down on Sunday night in Philadelphia, leaving the Vikings a win shy of a Super Bowl appearance. This one hurt a little more for Minneapolis.
Nick Foles: “I’m good” after X-rays on ribs – ProFootballTalk
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles had to delay his celebration of the NFC title to spend a little time with members of the medical team. Sal Paolantonio of ESPN reported that Foles had "precautionary" X-rays on his ribs on Sunday night.
Hello, Super Bowl: Underdog Eagles dominate Vikings 38-7 – ProFootballTalk
The Eagles were underdogs against the Falcons. They were underdogs against the Vikings. Philadelphia has embraced the role. The Eagles left no doubt who the best team is in the NFC, dominating the Vikings 38-7 on Sunday night.
Sorting the Playoff Pile: Why counting out the Eagles in Super Bowl is a big mistake - CBSSports.com
Breaking down why the underdogs are very dangerous
Ex-Eagle LeSean McCoy still loves Philadelphia, but renews beef with Chip Kelly - CBSSports.com
Here we go again, the beef between McCoy and Kelly is getting going again
Pat Shurmur: “Another time and place” to discuss Giants job – ProFootballTalk
The Giants are expected to hire Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur as their next head coach and Minnesota's loss in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday frees Shurmur up to officially take the job. It looks like it will be at least a day before that happens, however.
Vikings OC Pat Shurmur expected to be named Giants coach this week
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Browns reportedly in serious talks with former Steelers OC Todd Haley - CBSSports.com
Haley made the Steelers into one of the league's most fearsome offenses
Finalists named for Walter Payton Man of Year Award - NFL.com
The NFL announced J.J. Watt, Greg Olsen and Benjamin Watson were named the three finalists for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award on Sunday.
***Oh... and an AFC Champion will represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. Forgot to mention them. Oops.