4th & 26 Hoodie
4th & 26 Hoodie
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16 x 21 JUMBO PRINTS!
Our handmade truly “Vintage Hoodie” features a relaxed fit, heavyweight, a standard hem and is finished in a vintage wash for improved hand-feel and color.
100% cotton fabric
Hand-Designed & Made
Design on back, logo on front
The drive started with a 22-yard run by Duce Staley, but on the next play, McNabb threw for an incomplete pass. Subsequently, on second down the Eagles were penalized 5 yards for a false start. On the ensuing play, a sack pushed the Eagles back to their own 26 yard line, and on third down McNabb threw another incompletion. The Eagles, faced with a fourth down and 26 yards, needed to convert for a first down, with only 1:12 remaining and one timeout left. The pass to Freddie Mitchell was completed for 28 yards (2 more than what was needed for the 1st down).
On fourth down, the play (74 Double Go) called for a slant route to wide receiver Freddie Mitchell. McNabb threw a perfect strike to Mitchell deep into the Packers' secondary. The Packers' coverage, a Cover 2 package, broke down and was sharply criticized by broadcaster Cris Collinsworth. Linebacker Nick Barnett, who was responsible for shallow coverage of Mitchell, bit on the tight end. Inexplicably, Darren Sharper, who was partially responsible for deep coverage of Mitchell, played past the first down marker positioning himself for an interception rather than preventing any catch in front of the marker. The only player that was close to making a play, Packers' safety Bhawoh Jue, was playing the sidelines as is customary in Cover 2 defense and was too late to prevent a catch or first down. Mitchell completed a leaping reception and was brought down at the Packers 46, giving the Eagles a first down. Broadcaster Joe Buck criticized the spot of the ball, as it appeared from the broadcast that Mitchell barely crossed the line to gain, but the officials gave him some extra yards.
After another first down on a McNabb run, David Akers made a game-tying, 37-yard field goal, which sent the game into overtime. In the extra period, Eagles safety Brian Dawkins intercepted an errant Brett Favre pass and returned it 35 yards. This set up Akers for a 31-yard, game-winning field goal attempt. Akers made this kick to give the Eagles the 20–17 victory.
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