Patrick Robinson’s pick-six allows Eagles to tie game

AP

The Eagles offense has one first down and 17 yards in its only possession. But we have a tie game in Philadelphia.

Eagles defensive lineman Chris Long hit Case Keenum‘s arm as he released the ball on a third-down throw intended for Adam Thielen. Patrick Robinson made the easy interception at the 50-yard line.

He started up the sideline and then cut back across the field, sneaking into the end zone on a clearing block by Ronald Darby for a game-tying touchdown with 6:26 remaining in the first quarter.

Robinson had four interceptions in the regular season.

Keenum now is 5-for-9 for 61 yards with a touchdown and an interception.

8 responses to “Patrick Robinson’s pick-six allows Eagles to tie game

  1. The Vikings are showing they do not belong in this game. Should have lost to the Saints.

  2. jam11163 says:
    January 21, 2018 at 7:30 pm

    Skol this baby. Another 6 and your #1 defense is getting worn out already. Eagles will win by 24.
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    Did you watch the previous game? I hope karma bites you in the butt buddy

  3. jam11163 says:
    January 21, 2018 at 7:30 pm

    Skol this baby. Another 6 and your #1 defense is getting worn out already. Eagles will win by 24.
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    Did you watch the previous game? I hope karma bites you in the butt buddy

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    I watched it. Vikings don’t belong in this game. Your dream season is over. Karma right back at you buddy. Don’t be so salty. Go to bed now. You have work in the morning. Lol.

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