Officially, the award excludes the postseason and the Super Bowl. But if it truly honored the coach of the year—the one who did the best work in the season’s biggest moments—then Sunday proved the honor belongs to Pederson. Here’s how he outmaneuvered the legendary Belichick on two crucial plays
How do you halt a dynasty and thwart a living legend? It wouldn’t be the Philly way if it came easy. So: pluck a GM and a coach from the unlikeliest places. Watch injuries ravage your roster, and drop in a discarded QB. Then risk it all and green-light the gutsiest call in title game history ... and reap the reward: a glorious, franchise-first Super Bowl win.
Philadelphia embraced their underdog status, as they've been doing for weeks, and went toe-for-toe with New England. And with a mix of stellar play and incredible playcalling, the Eagles are your NFL champions.
The Cowboys veteran star knows this Philly D as well as anyone. He breaks down how the Eagles deal with tight ends, how the Patriots might slow their pass rush, and why Gronk might have a chance for some big plays