Super Bowl 2018 wrap: Doug Pederson had cojones, and wondering what happened with Malcolm Butler

What a night of football! Offense, some defense (let’s be real — barely any defense), missed kicks, a legend in Tom Brady having a legendary night and losing, a backup in Nick Foles winning the MVP, and a big set of cojones on Eagles head coach Doug Pederson.

First and foremost, congrats to the Philadelphia Eagles. They have been a favorite team of mine to cover this season because they play the game the right way. I hate that cliché line, but it’s accurate. They block and tackle extremely well. They don’t beat themselves. They are well coached. They didn’t complain when they lost their future Hall of Fame left tackle, their MVP and franchise QB, their starting MLB, RB, and best special teams player. They just plugged in the next man, coached that player up, and kept chugging along. Howie Roseman, the Eagles’ executive VP of football operations, deserves credit for having the depth on the team to withstand the injuries.

I hope Pederson gets the credit he deserves for guiding this offense throughout the season and, most importantly, his work getting Foles up to speed. He continually put Foles and the offense in winnable situations, whether it was with RPOs (run-pass options), which I thought was something the Eagles needed to

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