- At Long Last, the Eagles Capture Their First Super Bowl . . .
Eagles 41, Patriots 33 | Eagles win Super Bowl LII At Long Last, the Eagles Capture Their First Super Bowl
- Philadelphia Eagles ready to celebrate first Super Bowl . . .
Organizers have prepared for as many as 2 million people to jam the parade route as Philadelphia celebrates the Eagles' first Super Bowl title Thursday
- Philly Special: The Inside Story of How the Philadelphia . . .
Philly Special: The Inside Story of How the Philadelphia Eagles Won Their First Super Bowl Championship [Sal Paolantonio] on Amazon com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers <DIV>Sal Paolantonio of ESPN takes readers inside the improbable 2017 championship season of the Philadelphia Eagles—from training camp to the first Super Bowl title in
- Eagles stun Patriots with late TD to win 1st Super Bowl . . .
Eagles stun Patriots with late TD to win 1st Super Bowl title
- Nick Foles, High-Powered Eagles Stun Tom Brady, Patriots . . .
The Philadelphia Eagles waited nearly 58 minutes to sack Tom Brady When they finally did, they made it count Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham strip-sacked Brady on a potential game-winning drive for the Patriots, helping Philadelphia clinch a 41-33 victory over New England to take Super Bowl LII on Sunday
- Philadelphia Eagles fans celebrate first Super Bowl win . . .
Philadelphia Eagles took the streets of the City of Brotherly Love to celebrate the team's first ever Super Bowl win after it defeated the New England Patriots on Sunday in in dramatic fashion, 41-33
- Super Bowl 2018: Eagles shock Patriots, 41-33, win first . . .
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- As their delirious fans sang their theme song and their owner lifted the Lombardi Trophy, the Philadelphia Eagles' finally could breathe freely Yo, Philly, you really did beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in a thrilling Super Bowl that rewrote the offensive record book
- Super Bowl XXXIX - Wikipedia
Super Bowl XXXIX was an American football game played between the American Football Conference (AFC) champion New England Patriots and the National Football Conference (NFC) champion Philadelphia Eagles to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion for the 2004 season