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The Philadelphia Eagles are known for having a fervent fanbase, particularly during the NFL Playoffs. Philly fans travel well, even to notorious enemy territories (Pittsburgh, New York, Dallas, and so on). The Birds were once known for falling tragically short, but the Eagles proved the doubters wrong by becoming NFL Champions.

The 2017-8 Eagles should have been jaded. Philly had never won a Super Bowl, and starting quarterback Carson Wentz tore his ACL after leading his team to an 11-2 start. Nick Foles, the backup quarterback on his second stint in Philadelphia, had to fill in.

Fortune always had a way of creeping up to humble the Eagles. In the 2002-3 season, the Eagles fell to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Championship, 27-10. Eagles QB Donovan McNabb thought he would find redemption in Super Bowl XXXIX. He almost did. That is, until he threw a pick in the final drive of the game, behind only a field goal, 24-21.

So, fans didn’t exactly have high hope for Foles. He already disappointed them before: Foles started in Week 2 of his rookie season believed to be the Next Big Thing, but had some struggles.

Yet, Foles played well and the Eagles entered Super Bowl LI against the dynastic New England Patriots, multiple-time Super Bowl champions in their era. The Eagles were underdogs.

Both teams came to play in one of the most exciting Super Bowls ever -- the championship combined to 74-points and only one punt. Each team traded field goals before Foles passed to Alshon Jeffrey for a 34-yard TD at the closing of the first quarter. Running Back LeGarrette Blount contributed a 21-yard touchdown run against his former team; The Eagles, missing both extra point attempts had a 15-3 lead halfway through the second half. New England retaliated with a touchdown run of their own just before the two-minute warning.

Eagles fans will never forget this one play.

34-seconds left in the first half. Head Coach Doug Pederson had a penchant for risk, though Eagles history to this point may have suggested that things might not work out as planned. On fourth-and-goal at the one-yard line, the Eagles had the option to go with Blount. Seattle had tried the pass on the Patriots in the Super Bowl and lost. Something about the formation was off. Foles wasn’t under center. Trey Burton, the second tight end, was lined up where the QB usually is, while Foles lined up wide right. What?

Foles caught a one-yard touchdown pass and entered NFL legend -- "the Philly Special," as the play is known. From there it was clear: the night belonged to Philly. Foles sealed his MVP performance with an 11-yard touchdown pass to tight end Zach Ertz. Eagles won, 41-33. Foles, the same QB once run out of town and next-man-up on many rosters, threw three touchdowns, caught one, and passed for 373 yards.

Philly and Foles were underdogs no more. The Birds – finally -- perched at the top.

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Though exact dates change yearly, Philadelphia Eagles playoff tickets usually go on sale around mid-December, when NFL Philadelphia Eagles clinch their postseason spots. The Philadelphia Eagles can clinch a playoff spot by either winning their division or winning the Wild Card.

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