Philadelphia Eagles Rout 49ers to Win NFC Championship

Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles have made history, becoming the first team to beat the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game since the 1997 season. The Eagles were able to pull off an impressive win with a final score of 37-20.

The Eagles dominated the game from the start, scoring two touchdowns in the first quarter alone. Quarterback Carson Wentz completed 28 of his 33 passes for 319 yards and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Alshon Jeffery caught nine passes for 137 yards and a touchdown.

Defensively, the Philadelphia Eagles limited the 49ers to just two touchdowns. Cornerback Ronald Darby had two interceptions and a forced fumble while defensive end Brandon Graham recorded two sacks.

Philadelphia Eagles Looking Confident 

The win marks the first time the Philadelphia Eagles have advanced to the Super Bowl since the 2004 season. They will face the New England Patriots in the championship game on February 3rd.

Eagles head coach Doug Pederson praised his team for the victory. “This was an awesome team effort,” he said. “We have the best players in the NFL and they all contributed to the win. I’m so proud of them and I’m excited to go on to the Super Bowl.”

The 49ers put up a fight against the Eagles, but in the end their lack of experience in the postseason and their inability to score enough points to keep up with the Eagles proved to be their downfall.

The Eagles will now prepare for their Super Bowl matchup against the Patriots. It will be a tough game, but the Eagles have the confidence they need after their impressive win against the 49ers. If they can continue to play the way they did in the NFC Championship game, they could become the first to conquer the championship in an unprecedented way!