Foles was 26 of 33 for 352 yards with three touchdowns, no interceptions and a passer rating of 141.4.
"It's been unlike anything I've seen from the Vikings", said Spencer Kopp. "Words can't describe it".
At one point this season, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum said that he felt like he was driving a Lamborghini. And then the turnover was a mistake that definitely brought everyone back. I don't want to get too far ahead of myself.
The other "D" played by the Eagles was the disrespect card. It was only the second strip-sack the Vikings have been victimized by all season.
Now, 13 years after Brady beat them in Super Bowl XXXIX, they'll get just that. Similarly, officers applied the shortening to poles when the Philadelphia Phillies won the World Series in 2008, but fans climbed them as well. If you're a Vikings fan, you might.
The clock struck midnight on Keenum, who completed 28 of-48 for 271 yards and was picked off twice.
The crowd that was supposed to make it hard for the Vikings offence to communicate was momentarily stunned.
Ajayi will be counted on to earn yards on the edge and out of the backfield in the passing game on first and second downs.
He orchestrated march of 12 plays, covered 75 yards and ate 6:20 off the clock.
That made it 14-7, underdogs.
Foles took full advantage of the opportunity. "I wasn't here when there were some who were doubting [after Carson Wentz was injured], so it doesn't surprise me one bit". Foles was able to move around long enough to be able to deliver the deep pass.
Dogs were up 21-7. Foles connected with Torrey Smith for another score on 49-yard flea flicker early in the second half. Any hope of a Minnesota comeback was nixed. The Giants' next coach, though, appears to be pulling for the hated Eagles. "Our ultimate goal was to go to the Super Bowl". The Detroit Lakes, Minn., high school product and Minnesota State-Mankato graduate surely would've been a huge focus of national media had the Vikings qualified for the Super Bowl. "That's all you need to know".
An Eagles fan accurately projects what the home team did to the Vikings during Sunday's NFC Championship game. The Philadelphia Eagles met the Minnesota Vikings for the NFC Championship, and in the end, it was the Eagles who tasted victory!
And the fans? Boy, what another superlative performance from a city - and a world of Eagles fans - who have shown just how much love they have for this football team. "They just stick together and find a way and it's been that way all season", Pederson said on the eve of the game. But this one hurt a little more, because for this Vikings team, one more win would have meant a trip to a Super Bowl hosted in Minneapolis. "But, like I said, this loss doesn't take anything away from the guys in this locker room that busted their tail all season long".