First-and-goal at the 1, trailing by five points with 2 seconds remaining.
Nick Foles walked over to the sideline during a time out to discuss Philadelphia's options with coach Andy Reid, confident he had the right play in mind to stop the Eagles' longest losing streak in 42 years.
''He called it, he wanted it, and he executed it,'' Reid said Sunday after Foles threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to Jeremy Maclin as time expired to snap an eight-game skid with a 23-21 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. ''He did a great job with it, so hats off to him.''
Foles threw for a pair of TDs in the final four minutes to overcome an 11-point deficit and give Philadelphia (4-9) its first win since Sept. 30. The Eagles have come from behind in all four of their victories, and their four wins by two or fewer points are a team record.
The third-round draft pick completed 32 of 51 passes for an Eagles rookie-record 381 yards and no interceptions. He was sacked six times, but withstood the punish...