It was a slobberknocker all game long, with both offenses dominating. But ultimately, Philadelphia's defense made the crucial final stops that earned the team its first-ever Super Bowl title.
You'd be forgiven for having chalked up the win for New England.
After all, the Patriots may have been losing to the Philadelphia Eagles with just a few minutes to play — but they had Tom Brady under center, the man who has helmed countless fourth-quarter comebacks, including a rather historic one in last year's title game. Surely, this Super Bowl would play out just like so many we've seen before, with Brady steering the Pats down the field to pull out the win.
It didn't exactly pan out that way.
In a slobberknocker of a matchup, with both offenses looking unstoppable for much of the game, it was ultimately Philadelphia's defense that made the decisive plays in the final minutes to win Super Bowl LII. First, they forced an uncharacteristic fumble by Brady, then — after a brief drive by Philadelphia — they stopped the Pats again on the last drive of the game.
Now, the underdog Eagles are Super Bowl champs for the first time in franchise history.