This Super Bowl might not have gone to overtime or had an epic finish like it did in 2017, but it was exhilarating from start to end.
The Patriots, despite losing 41-33, posted a Super Bowl-record 613 yards of offense. In fact, New England was the first team to never punt in the big game.
The Eagles offense, led by backup quarterback Nick Foles, played even better. The unlikely Super Bowl MVP tossed three touchdown passes and caught another.
Even though both defenses struggled, it was the Eagles’ lone sack of the game — by Brandon Graham — that sealed the Philadelphia upset, their first Super Bowl win in franchise history.