- The Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl when the New England Patriots didn't get any lucky breaks.
- Their luck was perhaps best exemplified by both teams running nearly identical trick plays — the Eagles converted theirs, while the Patriots did not.
- The NFL world is accustomed to seeing things break right for the Patriots, but on Sunday, it did not happen.
While neither team's defense played particularly well, the offenses were explosive, with Tom Brady dueling Nick Foles, the most unlikely of heroes.
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- The Eagles' Nick Foles did something no quarterback has done since Tom Brady in 2001 — and became Super Bowl MVP
- The NFL's controversial and baffling catch rules came back to play a huge role in an all-time great Super Bowl
- Eagles run perfect trick play to get Nick Foles a touchdown catch minutes after the Patriots failed theirs