Aggressive playcalling helps Eagles capture first Super Bowl

Aggressive playcalling helps Eagles capture first Super Bowl

Aggressive playcalling helps Eagles capture first Super Bowl

On Tuesday, Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy took shot after shot at Eagles head coach Doug Pederson, making sure to point out all of his shortcomings, both real (his inexperience) and imagined (his timid play-calling). The two weeks between conference title games and the Super Bowl allow for so much time to dissect each and every aspect of the game that fresh story lines become a bit dry by Thursday.

Pederson was underestimated as a coach, too.

"We couldn't care less how many catches or how many carries or how many yards any one guy has", Blount said.

"Right now I kind of like the way it's going", he said. Get the team together, get the coaches together and then start browbeating everybody.

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The Patriots (15-3) rely mainly on Brady's arm, even though Dion Lewis had 896 yards rushing and James White was a Super Bowl hero a year ago.

Rodgers eventually stepped out of Favre's shadow and won a Super Bowl of his own in 2011.

"Those big ones", Pederson said after being hired as the Eagles" coach in 2016. It is a future with Carson Wentz by his side and the Eagles becoming the next Patriots. Pederson scouted Foles before the 2012 draft and that also contributed to their relationship. "But then you're like, "Man, if I get this job, I know what I'm doing"?" "I don't think it had anything to do with us being out here". We're living in an era of almost unprecedented inequality, and choosing to support the Patriots in this environment is like being one of those people who spends all day on Twitter defending the honor of their favorite CEO. We've got confidence and belief in each other. "We'll be fine. It's not that big of a deal". Just look at what the season has presented them with, as far as injuries and numerous challenges, and they've just responded week after week after week. "I think that relationship has gone a long way this season". "Things like that lead me to believe because I've seen it all season", he said. Early this past season, former club executive Mike Lombardi said Pederson "might be less qualified to coach a team than anyone I've ever seen in my 30-plus years in the National Football League". Rex Ryan's Jets made Brady's life hell in the 2010 AFC Divisional Playoffs - still New England's most recent home playoff loss.

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