The question for Pederson and the Eagles is whether Foles gives them a better chance to win big in their system going forward, with their supporting cast, and whether he might have been rolling the same way with the same opportunity early in 2017.
“I told him to take this in, enjoy this moment. I told him you’re a big, big part of why this team won this championship and won this game,” Pederson said. “I told him hopefully we’ll back in this game with him leading the way.”
On the other hand, Friday on YES/ESPN-NY Radio drive time, Michael Kay said he is 19-30-1 on his NFL picks. Francesa, though, who is never right, never has once been wrong.
Their next two games come at home against the Bengals and Ravens, so they have a great chance to stand at 6-3, with the Colts, Cardinals and 49ers waiting later in the season.
The Titans’ record has some fool’s gold in it. Two of their wins came against the Browns (in overtime) and Colts, and they’ve been outscored by 15 points. They lack offensive weapons for Marcus Mariota as is, and now tight end Delanie Walker is banged up.
Identified as 13-year-old Ryan McKenna, he casually took a selfie with Timberlake before getting back on his phone.
Now known as the “Selfie Kid,” McKenna has become an Internet meme because of his lack of excitement standing next to Timberlake and the fact that he didn’t know the words to Timberlake’s songs.
In reality, McKenna told the Pioneer Press, he was switching his phone from video to camera mode.
“I just thought to myself, ‘I’ll never get this opportunity again in my whole life,’” McKenna said. “I just went for it.”
He already has appeared on “Good Morning America,” where he said he has gotten more than 8,000 new followers in the span of just 12 hours.
“It was already crazy to be at the Super Bowl in the first place,” McKenna said. “Then all of a sudden I’m up on the jumbotron and everyone is talking about me. I can’t believe it.”