The underdog Eagles have spent all season passing the tests we've assigned for them. It's time for a lot of us to admit we were wrong.
The Eagles are underdogs, but the city of Philadelphia still seems to be underestimating the Vikings.
The Vikings and Eagles have been dominant on both sides of the ball on the game's most important down.
There is an identity to this Eagles team. With an NFC championship matchup against the Vikings looming, there is credible reason to think that such a thing can matter this year.
Leading into the game, Pederson's team preached the final score wouldn't be decided by one position, and they was right.
Doug Pederson's stint as a high school coach in Louisiana turned a one-time playoff opponent from back then into a lifelong fan of the Eagles coach.
Jeff Garcia is the last home quarterback to win a playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field. Eleven years later, the former Eagles back-up reflects on that victory and its aftermath.
The Eagles' running game has the edge on an improved Falcons defense, and Jim Schwartz vs. Steve Sarkisian is no contest at all.
Two years into his NBA career, the Sixers' J.J. Redick thought he might be better suited for Europe. Then he made a change that would radically alter his fate.
The opening line at most sports books had the Falcons as a 2.5-point favorite for next Saturday's divisional playoff game.
If you're looking for one of the critical differences in the Sixers over these last five games, Robert Covington's shot selection might be a good place to start.
Nick Williams could end up being the guy who makes the most sense for the Phillies to move in a trade for a starter.
The Eagles' reality right now is that they do not have the luxury of easing up on the gas pedal. In that sense, the Vikings' win on Saturday night might have been a Christmas blessing in disguise.
To watch or not to watch? For Eagles players with 48 hours of football standing between them and their Monday night game against the Raiders, that is the question.
There will be time for Coach of the Year discussions once the season is complete, but it is getting difficult to ignore the masterpiece that Pederson is painting this season.