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It was fourth and goal, 0:38 seconds left in the first half of Super Bowl LII and the Eagles were on the one and a half yard line. The Eagles were up by three looking to go into the half with a ten-point lead.

Then this happened.

But what you didn’t see is that Nick Foles basically called his own number.

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From a backup quarterback, to calling your own number in the biggest football game of your entire life.

Nick Foles, you are our hero.

To make it even sweeter, Westlake High School in Atlanta, Georgia, where Foles went to high school, ran the same play before the Super Bowl. (According to SportsIllustraded)

Maybe a few NFL coaches could learn a thing or two from some high school football coaches.


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