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For the second time this season, the Philadelphia Eagles overcame a 14-point deficit in the second half to defeat their opponent. Last week, after the Eagles were down 17-0 to the Jacksonville Jaguars at halftime, Philly surged back to not only score 34 points in the third and fourth quarter combined but they blanked the Jags in that same span. 

Tonight, it looked like everything was going in the Indianapolis Colts' favor early on. While the Colts' offense wasn't running as smoothly as they probably would have liked, it was still getting the job done, putting points on the board and building a strong lead. Meanwhile, the defense was also doing its job as you can tell with this incredible interception by Greg Toller on Nick Foles' deep ball with time running out in the second quarter.


The Colts seemed to be in cruise control after taking a comfortable 20-6 lead over the Eagles following Adam Vinatieri's 27-yard chip shot midway through the 3rd quarter. Now down by two touchdowns, Philadelphia was in all too familiar territory and the comeback was underway. 

In the Eagles' ensuing possession, LeSean McCoy ran it in from one yard out to cut the Colts' lead to 20-13. Less than two minutes later, Indy's Trent Richardson coughed up a costly fumble to give the ball back to the Eagles in great territory. 


The Eagles responded quickly after the underrated Darren Sproles pinballed his way into the endzone to tie it up. 


After the Colts took a 27-20 lead following Ahmad Bradshaw's second touchdown on the night, it was Sproles once again, proving that Philly came away with a steal in the offseason when they acquired the diminutive running back with a fifth round pick. This time, Sproles took a short screen pass from Foles 57 yards, setting the Eagles up for the game-tying score. 

 
The Eagles came away with the 30-27 win, but the game ball has to go to Sproles who finished with 231 total yards and one touchdown. Fantasy football owners are rejoicing everywhere.