Alshon Jeffery Mosses Patriots Secondary For Incredible 65-Yard Touchdown In Super Bowl

With the score tied at three in the first quarter of Super Bowl LII, Eagles QB Nick Foles dropped back from his own 35-yard-line and launched a 65-yard deep ball in the direction of WR Alshon Jeffery.

Jeffrey leaped above Patriots cornerback Eric Rowe for the game’s first touchdown, and an incredible one at that.


Fortunately for New England, Eagles kicker Jake Elliott missed the ensuing point-after attempt.

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