The Philadelphia Eagles converted a 4th down at the end of the first half of Super Bowl LII that will go down as one of the greatest and gutsiest play calls in Super Bowl history.
With 4th and goal, QB Nick Foles tricked the Patriots defense into making an adjustment at the line, only for the ball to be snapped behind him to the half back, then pitched to the tight end, who eventually threw it to a rolling out, wide open Foles.
We're still trying to get over this trick play! 🔥
— NFL UK (@NFLUK) February 5, 2018
The play may look familiar to Westlake High School football fans, who get to see their team run the play.
Who also played at Westlake? Nick Foles.