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Eagles QB Nick Foles: 'All Glory to God'

By Craig Millward | February 5, 2018 | 8:52am EST
Eagles quarterback Nck Foles (Screen Capture)

After the Philadelphia Eagles 41-33 win over the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on Sunday night, Eagles quarterback Nick Foles was given the game’s MVP award.

“Unbelievable. All Glory to God,” he said when receiving the award.

Foles was holding his 7-month-old daughter, Lily, during the presentation ceremony following the game.

“Obivously, Lily really likes this mic,” Foles said. “She has no idea.”

Eagles tight end Zach Ertz made the same declaration of “glory to God,” when he was interviewed after the game.

Dan Patrick of NBC Sports asked Ertz about his game-winning touchdown catch and what he was thinking when the play was called in the huddle.

Ertz responded: “I better score. Glory to God first and, foremost, we wouldn’t be here without him. This team is amazing. Each and every day we go out there. We love to practice. And I think this is the foundation of this team and, wow, what a run it has been.”

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