Peter Schmuck, columnist: So much for the theory that defense wins championships. The Eagles and Patriots engaged in one of the greatest track meets in Super Bowl history — a hugely entertaining game that featured terrific performances from both Nick Foles and Tom Brady, as well as a host of receivers on both sides. The game came down to the last three minutes and, of course, was decided by a tortured interpretation of the ridiculously confusing catch rule. Well, at least it didn't go in favor of the Patriots, who are nearly out of room in their trophy case. Much-deserved congratulations to Foles, the backup QB who rescued his playoff-bound team after the loss of potential league MVP Carson Wentz and was named Super Bowl MVP for the effort.