Just admit it Eagles fans.
When the Eagles sat just one-yard from the goal line in the final minute of the first half, you were screaming for them to kick the field goal and go into the locker room up 18-12.
I mean why stall there and give the Patriots the ball trailing just 15-12 at the half.
Until they called the trickiest of trick plays in which backup QB turned starter Nick Foles became QB turned wide receiver on the play.
Watch as running back Corey Clement takes the direct snap, runs left and tosses the ball back to tight end Trey Burton, who quickly flings the ball to a wide-open Foles for a touchdown.
And a 22-12, ten-point Eagles halftime lead.
SEE: Rolls-Out, Foles Out http://www.espn.com/video/clip/_/id/22325123