Patrick Robinson's 50-yard pick-six tied the game at 7-7 and gave the Eagles some much-needed momentum. 

By Daniel Rapaport
January 21, 2018

Nothing will wake up a quiet stadium quite like a pick-six. 

With the Eagles trailing the Vikings 7-0 in the first half of the NFC Championship Game, Patrick Robinson picked off a Case Keenum pass after the Vikings quarterback was hit while he threw. Robinson looked like he was running into a wall of Vikings around the 25-yard line, but he completely switched the field and found a way to get to the corner of the end zone. When all was said and done, it was a 50-yard pick six for Robinson, who had a career-high four interceptions during the regular season. 

He might have run a total of 100 yards on that return. 

Not the best time for Case Keenum to throw his first pick-six of the entire year.

Robinson's return was the seventh pick-six in Eagles' postseason history. The last came against the Vikings when Asante Samuel picked off Tavaris Jackson in the 2008 Wild Card Game.

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