Alshon Jeffery Headlines

  • Eagles Locker Room Turnt Up After They Punished The Vikings

    Here's video of the Philadelphia Eagles dancing their damn faces off after destroying the Minnesota Vikings ... and we gotta say, the guys look like they could've gone another two quarters. Moments after the game was over, WR Alshon Jeffery…

    TMZ
  • NFC Championship Game 2018 Final Score, Highlights from Vikings vs. Eagles

    In the NFC Championship Game, we saw a side of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles last witnessed during the 2014 campaign. He picked an opportune time to show his best. Despite finishing the regular season as the No. 1 seed, Philadelphia went into this contest as the underdogs in consecutive weeks. Quarterback Carson Wentz's injury drained outside hope that the Eagles would book their tickets to Super Bowl LII. Nonetheless, Foles and a relentless defense contributed to an unlikely...

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  • Alshon Jeffery one game away from Super Bowl guarantee

    A year ago, then-Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery boldly predicted a Super Bowl victory — he just didn't clarify with what team.

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Alshon Jeffery heads to the Super Bowl: Why didn't the Bears ever replace him?

    To be fair, Alshon Jeffery never specified which team would make his prediction on the first day of 2017 come true. Only that he would be on it. “I guarantee you we will win the Super Bowl next year,’’ Jeffery declared on Jan. 1, 2017. The wide receiver was sitting in the visiting locker room at...

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  • Nick Foles leads Eagles to NFC title, Super Bowl berth

    PHILADELPHIA - With one quarter remaining Sunday night, Philadelphia players on the field and sideline already were dancing. A bit later, after their 38-7 rout of Minnesota earned them the NFC championship, they listened as nearly 70,000 made Lincoln Financial Field shake with "Fly Eagles Fly." Hey Philly, you're in the Super Bowl. "It was electric. The fans are awesome," All-Pro tackle Lane Johnson said. "We're going there to...

    SFGate
  • Foles, Eagles fly into Super Bowl, rout Vikings 38-7

    Hey Philly, maybe it's time to forget Carson Wentz. Nick Foles might be good enough to win the Eagles their first Super Bowl. Foles was on fire Sunday night against the stingiest scoring defense in the NFL. Philly made big play after big play on both sides of the ball in a stunning 38-7...

    ABC News
  • Nick Foles goes from backup to championship game hero

    Nick Foles stood tall in the pocket, ignored the pressure and made one big throw after another. On the biggest stage of his life, Foles silenced the critics who thought the Eagles couldn't get to the Super Bowl without MVP candidate Carson Wentz. Foles threw for 352 and three touchdowns to...

    ABC News
  • Nick Foles, Eagles Crush Vikings, Advance to 2018 Super Bowl vs. Patriots

    The Philadelphia Eagles are one victory away from their first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history after they beat the Minnesota Vikings 38-7in Sunday's NFC Championship Game at Lincoln Financial Field. Nick Foles led the way with 352 passing yards, three touchdowns and zero interceptionsand secured a showdown with the New England Patriotsin Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. As a result, Minnesota missed the opportunity to become the first team in NFL history to play the Super...

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  • Ex-Gamecocks likely to play big roles in Super Bowl ... lined up against each other

    Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis will feature an intriguing, Southern-fried matchup between two former South Carolina teammates. Most of the storylines surrounding the New England Patriots-Philadelphia Super Bowl will center … Click to Continue

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  • This Gamecock great’s spectacular touchdown could put his team in the Super Bowl

    Former South Carolina Gamecocks star receiver Alshon Jeffery scores a sensational touchdown for the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC championship game that could put them in Super Bowl LII against the New England Patriots.

    charlotteobserver
  • Gamecock star Gilmore’s big play helps Patriots clinch spot in Super Bowl

    Former South Carolina Gamecocks player and current Patriots defensive back Stephon Gilmore advanced to Super Bowl LII in New England’s 24-20 victory in the AFC championship game, and will play in the NFL’s biggest game for the first time.

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  • Blount and Long brought winning ways to the Eagles

    PHILADELPHIA - When Chris Long and LeGarrette Blount joined the Philadelphia Eagles after winning a Super Bowl in New England, they envisioned another title run with a team on the rise. They had more faith than most, but the Eagles are two wins away from a parade. "I knew we'd be a playoff team, and that's why I decided this would be a good place to be, and then what separates you is winning a game or two," Long said as Philadelphia prepared for Sunday's NFC...

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  • Blount and Long brought winning ways to the Eagles

    When Chris Long and LeGarrette Blount joined the Philadelphia Eagles after winning a Super Bowl in New England, both players envisioned another title run with a team on the rise. They had more faith than most, but the Eagles are two wins away from a parade. "I knew we'd be a playoff...

    ABC News
  • WATCH: Eagles' highlights, practice reports from NFC Championship week

    The Philadelphia Eagles (14-3) -- led by quarterback Nick Foles, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery and tight end Zach Ertz -- host the Minnesota Vikings at Lincoln Financial Field in the 2018 NFC Championship Game on Sunday, January 21, 2018 (1/21/18) at 6:40 p.m. on FOX for the right to advance to Super Bowl LII. Minnesota is led by quarterback Case Keenum, wide receiver Stephon Diggs, and a menacing defense built around head coach Mike Zimmer's exotic blitzes and elite personnel such as cornerback...

    NJ.com
  • NFL Playoff Schedule 2018: Predictions, Coverage Guide for Championship Bracket

    The Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles fanbases have dealt with an incredible amount of playoff heartbreak in the Super Bowl era. Minnesota lost four Super Bowls in the span of eight seasons from 1969 to 1976. They haven't been back to play for the Lombardi Trophy since then, but the Vikings did lose four conference championship games from 1987 to 2009. Three of those matchups were by a combined 13 points, with the fourth being a 41-0 blowout. Philadelphia has made and lost two Super...

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  • From Alshon Jeffery to Patrick Omameh: Bears have ties to NFL’s final four teams

    With the NFL down to the final four and conference championship games set for Sunday, here’s a look at ties to the Bears for the remaining four teams: Jaguars 53-man roster (2) • Guard Patrick Omameh has started 15 games, including postseason. He appeared in 14 games with nine starts for the Bears...

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  • Eagles’ defense locks down to stop Falcons

    PHILADELPHIA - Nick Foles was steady, Jake Elliott had a big leg and the defense made one final stop. Thus, the Philadelphia Eagles are heading to the NFC Championship Game following a 15-10 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday. They'll host the Saints or Vikings next Sunday. Despite going 13-3 to earn the No. 1 seed, the Eagles entered the game as three-point underdogs. They used that fact as motivation and now it's onto the next one as they continue...

    SFGate
  • Eagles Survive the Falcons, but Can They Survive QB Nick Foles?

    The Eagles have the defense to win a Super Bowl. "Defense wins championships," safety Malcolm Jenkins said after the Eagles pounded out a 15-10 victory over the Falcons on Saturday to advance to the NFC title game. "We say it all the time. It's a cliche. But it's true." "Today was a good day for us and we battled until the end," added defensive tackle Fletcher Cox. The Eagles have the running game to win a Super Bowl. "The O-line did a great job today getting push off the ball," said Jay Ajayi,...

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  • Falcons vs. Eagles: Updated Odds, Stat Predictions for 2018 NFC Divisional Game

    A No. 6 seed has never been favored over a No. 1 seed in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs, per ESPN Stats & Info. But that could mean less to the Atlanta Falcons, who are favored by 2.5 points over the home-team Philadelphia Eagles in their divisional showdown on Saturday.  It's amazing what a difference a quarterback makes. The Eagles lost starter Carson Wentz in December to a torn ACL, and though they went 2-1 to finish out the season, bettors and fans alike are clearly worried...

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