But if you needed confirmation, the Eagles provided all of it. That play was called "Philly Special" but Foles said "Philly Philly" in the huddle.
"I went over there and talked to him and said, 'This might be a good time.' He pointed to the call sheet, and I was like, 'That's what I was coming over here for, '" Foles said. And I think when we get those changes again, we're going to come up with those plays. That's all of us: getting the right design, the right training.
When looking a the preseason for Doug Pederson's team, this was one of those games in which nobody knew what to truly expect after a shaky preseason that showed this team had plenty of questions still in need of answering before Week 1, especially in the injury department.
The protests have landed the league squarely in the middle of America's simmering culture wars, drawing the ire of US president Donald Trump - who called on owners to fire players who protested the anthem. We're disappointed that we didn't make those plays tonight.
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It also said that every Apple product "contains parts or materials from the United States and is made with equipment from US-based suppliers".
Deion Jones then intercepted Foles' pass that bounced out of Dallas Goedert's hands and returned it 20 yards to Philadelphia's 27, setting up Tevin Coleman's 9-yard TD run that gave the Falcons a 12-10 lead in the fourth quarter.
Quinn said an open Sanu was missed on the second-down play during the final drive, when Ryan tried to hit a covered Jones in the end zone, with Jones working out of the slot. "However, five trips and only 12 points that's tough and that's not going to get the job done against a good team". The Falcons led 6-3 at the half on a pair of Matt Bryant field goals.
According to Nielsen fast national data, NBC's coverage of the NFL Kickoff Game averaged 19 million TV viewers and an 11.2 household rating, marking the lowest turnout for a season opener since 2008, when the New York Giants and Washington eked out just 13.5 million viewers and an 8.1 household rating.
After the game, however, Johnson compared the trickery to another play that made an appearance in the Super Bowl.