FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Hold everything. The Philadelphia Eagles have a pulse
Repeat, the Philadelphia Eagles have a pulse.
And a pretty damn strong one at that, following a shocking 35-28 triumph of the New England Patriots here at Gillette Stadium.
Just when it looked like they had no hope of perhaps ever winning again this season following consecutive blowout losses at the hands of two losing teams, the Eagles (5-7) came through with two special-teams touchdowns and a 99-yard interception return by Malcolm Jenkins for another score on their way to their most improbable win since Chip Kelly became coach in 2013.
But after going out to a 35-14 advantage with...