Guts and glory: Eagles coach Doug Pederson had game for the ages

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MINNEAPOLIS — Time was out, giving the players a rare chance to catch their breath in the middle of the most frantic Super Bowl of all time. Just 38 seconds remained in the first half, and the Philadelphia Eagles faced fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line. They’ve all played for Doug Pederson long enough to know they were going for it, but as they guzzled their water bottles, rested their hands on their hips and looked left toward their sideline, they wondered just how cool a play Pederson might have in mind.

They were not disappointed.

“Philly Special” was the call, and there were more than a few smiles in the huddle. The play calls for quarterback Nick Foles to move up to the

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