The Incredible Super Bowl of Super
Tight End Zach Ertz!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger
Nick Foles hit The Incredible Super Tight End Zach Ertz (#86) in The End -Zone with a Touchdown Catch that he Temporarily Bobbled!
The Super-Star Philadelphia Eagles Passing Duo of Quarterback Nick Foles and Tight End Zach Ertz Competed Against The New England Patriots Duo of Tom Brady and Ron Gronkowski for The Entire Super Bowl Game on Sunday; but in The Final Result, The Eagles Passing Duo made The Most Incredible Plays of The Game and Helped The Eagles To Defeat The Patriots in a 41-33 Victory in The Super Bowl LII Game, in what might be the Biggest Super Bowl Upset in The 52 Year History of The Game.
At The End of The Game and with Time Running-Out, Super-Stars, Nick Foles and Zach Ertz Guided The Eagles to a Super Bowl Victory Drive which Might have Been The Biggest Drive of the Century and of a Lifetime.
The Patriots had just Taken The Lead and Foles hit The Incredible Super Tight End Zach Ertz in The End -Zone with a 11-Yard Touchdown that he Temporarily Bobbled and then had To-Survive a huge replay review, by the Refs, but it was Eventually Ruled a Touchdown Catch and The Winning Touchdown to Beat The Patriots in an Amazing 41-33 Victory.
Although Foles was Presented The Super Bowl MVP Trophy, Ertz Deserved Some Type of an Award, because he was Equally Effective in The Victory.
In The Super Bowl Championship Game, Ertz Only Caught 7 Passes for 67-Yards, but Every Single Catch was a Monumental Catch. Of is 7 Catches, 5 Catches were for a First Down and an Incredible 4 Catches were on Third-Down and One Catch was on a Fourth Down.
Of the Seven Catches by Ertz, Three Catches led to Eventual Touchdowns and Three other Catches came on The Winning Touchdown Drive that gave The Eagles The Lead at 38-33 with 2:21 Left in the Game.
Ertz (6-5, 250, 4.56, 36, 4.47, 116, 24) was a Super-Star Tight End for Stanford and he was a #2 Draft Choice in The 2013 NFL Draft by The Eagles, but he also was The #35 Overall Draft Selection. Under The MEARS RATING Standards of Today, Ertz would have ha a Great 2,580 MEARS RATING.
On Wednesday, Prior to The Super Bowl Game, Ertz told The Media Reporters some Really Unbelievable Things About himself. Ertz said that he Always Liked to watch The Opponent Tight Ends when they are on Offense and that would definitely include The Patriots Rob Gronkowski.
“Gronkowski (#87) is an Unbelievable Physical Specimen,” Ertz Said. “Gronkowski is a Freak and a Beast after The Catch. He has been The Premier Tight End in The NFL for a Long Time and he will still be Producing The Huge Numbers, even without Tom Brady.”
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