"I knew I couldn't get off this stage without that question", the coach said before avoiding a direct answer. "I'm about creating positive change in the communities that I come from, whether it be Philadelphia, New Jersey, Ohio, Louisiana, or this entire country", Jenkins said. But CC, you tweeted something right after the game that got me thinking.
And indeed, the celebrations in Philadelphia had already started. "I told my wife, 'No honey, chill out".
"I'm out", he added with a laugh, dropping the microphone and stumbling away. It's not about one guy. "Like I said, we're going to enjoy these next few days". "I've been blessed with an incredible platform and it's just a door God has opened, but I still have a lot of school left and a long journey".
Foles says that he feels he can help guide young people to stand up to the many things "thrown at them" in life.
The 38-year-old, who was born in Philadelphia, barged into a post-game interview with Eagles defensive lineman Fletcher Cox. "I wasn't anxious about the timer", Foles added.
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"I'm excited for Carson Wentz coming back healthy, I get to work with him every day".
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Who knows what will happen next for the Patriots? He took over for Drew Bledsoe in Week 2 of the 2001 season and led the team to a 20-17 Super Bowl win over the St. Louis Rams. Despite missing a first-quarter extra point, Elliott nailed his other attempts on the game's biggest stage, including all three field goals.
That setback thrust Foles into the starting role and after a shaky start, he improved steadily before producing a dazzling performance in the NFC Championship win over Minnesota and then leading the Eagles to glory in Minneapolis.
Stating the obvious, he said: 'I want to apologise to - what station was I on last night? "So much temptation in this world, so much going on with social media and the internet that you want to talk to them and address it and share all the weaknesses I have because I've fallen many times", Foles said. But they weren't able to forestall all the festivities: After the Eagles' victory, Philadelphia police responded to numerous reports of public and private property destruction, as well as at least one fire.