Nick Foles caught a pass, for a touchdown no less.
Tom Brady had one fall off his fingertips.
The difference in winning and losing? Perhaps not. Still, Foles' Philadelphia Eagles beat Brady's New England Patriots 41-33 in Sunday's Super Bowl. And while the Eagles' stunning trick play worked, the Patriots didn't have the magic.
Near the end of the first half, Foles got Philadelphia to the New England 1. A third-down pass to Alshon Jeffery fell incomplete. Coach Doug Pederson never hesitated, as he rarely does in such situations, calling a timeout to set up the critical play.
Tom Brady gets a serious look in the second half.