Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles (9) leaps into a finish section for touchdown in a initial half of an NFL local playoff football diversion opposite a Philadelphia Eagles in New Orleans, Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019. (AP Photo/Bill Feig)
Receiver Alshon Jeffery took a censure for a Philadelphia Eagles’ 20-14 detriment opposite a New Orleans Saints on Sunday after vouchsafing a round trip by his fingers streamer to a essential interception.
With usually over dual minutes remaining in a fourth quarter, a brief pass from Eagle’s QB Nick Foles slipped by Jeffery’s hands and was intercepted by Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore. The Eagles were on a pierce and were down by 6 during a time.
After a interception, Jeffery was seen fibbing face down on a margin before streamer to a sidelines to watch a Saints sign their victory. It was usually his third dump off a season, according to ESPN.
“That’s on me. I’ll take that loss. It’s on me,” Jeffery pronounced after a game. “I let my teammates down, a city of Philadelphia, that’s on me. I’ll take it.”
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The Saints will horde a NFC pretension diversion subsequent week opposite a Rams. Los Angeles, that fell 45-35 during a Superdome in November, will try again subsequent week, with a leader going to a Super Bowl.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.