- The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33 on Sunday night to win their first Super Bowl in franchise history.
- The game was won due in large part to the effort of quarterback Nick Foles, who was named Super Bowl MVP after the game.
- While speaking after the game, Foles detailed how close he was to retiring after a tough stretch earlier in his career.
Nick Foles was named Super Bowl MVP after leading the Philadelphia Eagles to a 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots.
While it might seem like a lifetime ago now, Foles very recently considered retirement, after a tough stretch of his career with the St. Louis Rams. After the game, Foles opened about just how close he was to leaving football for good. Asked how close he came to ending his career, Foles said "In my heart, it was probably 100%. It was a tough six months."
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