Nick Foles, Eagles QB
Foles, the game’s MVP, showed guts and calm in going toe-to-toe with Tom Brady. When it was over, the guy who’d started the year as the Eagles backup finished with 373 passing yards, three touchdowns and the Super Bowl LII title.
Alshon Jeffery, Eagles WR
He did all of his damage in the first half, but it proved to be what the Eagles needed. Foles didn’t shy away from him. He caught three balls for 73 yards in the first half. Nelson Agholor caught nine of his 11 targets for 84 yards, including a 24-yarder.
Corey Clement, Eagles RB
The undrafted draft pick out of Wisconsin caught four balls for 100 receiving yards and a touchdown. He caught 10 for 123 in the entire regular season. LeGarrette Blount rushed for 90 yards and a score, and Jay Ajayi picked up 57 more on the ground.
Brandon Graham, Eagles DE
This wasn’t the heat-seeking Eagles defense we had seen all year. But with the outcome in the balance, Graham made one of the biggest plays of the night. With 2:16 left, Graham sacked Brady for a loss of seven yards, forcing a fumble that Derek Barnett recovered.