(WHTM)- The Philadelphia Eagles have won their first Super Bowl in team history, beating New England 38-33, The game feature the most offense in Super Bowl history
The Philadelphia Eagles lead the New England Patriots 29-26 after three quarters in a wild offensive game. The Eagles took a 9-3 lead in the first quarter when Nick Foles threw a 34 yard touchdown pass to Alshon Jeffrey. The teams exchanged rushing touchdowns in the second quarter. LeGarrett Blout scored for the Eagles from 21 yard out. Then the Patriots James White avoided tacklers and scored from 26 yards out, but New England missed the extra point and trailed 15-12.
The play of the game came late in the quarter when the Eagles Trey Burton threw a touchdown pass to quarterback Nick Foles to give the Eagles a 22-12 lead at the half. Then in the third quarter both teams cranked it up on offense. Tom Brady threw a touchdown pass to Rob Gronkowski to cut the Eagles lead to 22-19. The Eagles followed with a 22 yard TD pass to Corey Clement to make it 29-19 Eagles. The Patriots came back with a 27 yard pass to Chris Hogan to make the score 29-26 Eagles going to the final quarter
In the fourth quarter the Patriots took the lead on another touchdown catch by Rob Gronkowski, but the Eagles scored on a touchdown pass to Zach Erntz to make it 38-33, The Eagles forced a turnover and converted a FG with 1:05 left to make it 41-33. New England’s final drive fell short and the Eagles win 41-33