This Eagles defense balled out in Sunday’s conference championship game! Six Eagles made @profootballfocus team of the week, including their three starting cornerbacks. Our secondary (as well as Wentz going down) was a big concern amongst “experts”, hence the constant underdog status. This team has more fight in them than any Eagles team I’ve witnessed. Each and every guy on this team believes in one another. They’re all relaxed, just playing their brand of football. Also, some interesting notes from the game: -Big V was excellent in Sunday’s game, allowing just one quarterback hit against second team all pro pass rusher Everson Griffen. -Nick Foles is just the second quarterback in NFL history to have back to back playoff games with a 75% or greater completion percentage. The other? Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana. I’m also guessing Montana got a few more cracks at it. -Nick Foles owns the best completion percentage and passer rating in the playoffs (minimum 50 attempts for each). Foles is 72/96 , which comes out to be a career 75% completion percentage across three games. Foles passer rating record stands at 116.4. ——————————— #flyeaglesfly#eagles#goeagles#eaglesnation#superbowl#nfl#nflplayoffs#playoffs#bringithome#weallwegot#weallweneed
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Even with James White and Rex Burkhead back, Dion Lewis has been a major weapon in the passing game over the last 2 weeks, and became a more consistent target for Tom Brady once the two other backs got hurt late in the regular season. Lewis has the opportunity to impress on the biggest stage to get paid as an unrestricted free agent this offseason. There’s a possibility he winds back up with the Patriots, as he fits their scheme and play style more than other teams and is the best back they have, but the Patriots aren’t known to pay a premium for any one running back. - If he does end up with the Patriots, do you trust them to feature him in 2018 like they chose to start doing at the regular season’s midway point? It’s tough to trust them, but Lewis provides the ability for the Patriots to disguise their play calling a bit more and become less predictable on offense.
This week, Matt is joined by Justin Fiscina to talk about the NFL Playoffs Championship Weekend and the upcoming Super Bowl (0:00), the complexities of using public restrooms (25:30), which three great mysteries they'd want to finally know the truth about (34:30), why Hilter's holocaust is the only one that gets attention (40:50), and their top three fast food places of all-time (47:30).