Post Profile

Brady to Hogan puts Pats back within three

There isn’t much defense being played in Minneapolis on Sunday night, but there’s plenty of excitement. The Patriots kept the Eagles from pulling too far ahead in the third quarter of Super Bowl LII when Tom Brady hit Chris Hogan for a 26-yard touchdown pass. The score came less than four minutes after Corey Clement‘s [more]
read more

See more about: Super Bowl

Related Posts

Tom Brady SAVAGELY Takes A Shot At Roger Goodell In Commercial After EPIC Super Bowl Win (Video)

Sports : Total Pro Sports

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots won their fifth Super Bowl on Sunday. However, it almost didn’t happen. The Pats trailed 21-0 at one point in the first half and 28-9 at the end of the third quarter. If not for a huge sack by ...

Brady Throws TD, Gisele Nearly Has Wardrobe Malfunction While Celebrating (VIDEO)

Sports : Total Pro Sports

Just when it looked like the Philadelphia Eagles could start to run away with Super Bowl LII, Tom Brady marched his offense down the field and cut the deficit to three once again with a 26-yard touchdown pass to Chris Hogan. Brady w...

Pats WR Brandin Cooks’ Wikipedia Page Still Says He’s Still Deceased From Hit In Super Bowl LII

Sports : Total Pro Sports

Brandin Cooks could’ve possibly made a difference in Super Bowl LII a few weeks ago when the Patriots went down to the Philadelphia Eagles, but his night ended early on in the second quarter after he took a vicious hit from Malcom J...

17 Super Bowl records set Sunday

American Football / NFL : ProFootballTalk

The Patriots and Eagles combined to set 17 records Sunday. They tied 12 others. Here are the Super Bowl records set in Super Bowl LII as compiled by the Elias Sports Bureau: Most Games – 8, Tom Brady Most Games, Head Coach – 8, Bill...

Doug Pederson’s message to Eagles’ defense: Keep hitting Tom Brady

American Football / NFL : ProFootballTalk

Eagles coach Doug Pederson spends most of his time working with the offense, but at Super Bowl LII he had a very simple message for his defense: Hit Tom Brady, and do it often. NFL Films showed Pederson on the sideline talking to se...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC