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FOXBOROUGH —  The New England Patriots arrived home to Foxborough Monday, a day after their Super Bowl 52 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Philadelphia Eagles secured their first Super Bowl in franchise history with a backup quarterback who had another spectacular game and a strip-sack by Brandon Graham after the defense let Tom Brady have his way for most of Sunday night.

Foles tossed an 11-yard touchdown pass to Zach Ertz with 2:21 left to give Philadelphia a 38-33 lead, but Brady had a chance to lead another comeback. He had thrown TD passes on three straight second-half possessions and picked the NFL’s fourth-ranked defense apart to help New England overcome double-digit deficits.

But Graham pushed through a blocker, hit Brady, knocked the ball loose and rookie Derek Barnett recovered. The turnover — New England’s first — led to a field goal that made it 41-33.

Brady and the Patriots had one final chance, starting from their 9 with 58 seconds left. But a desperation pass into the end zone fell incomplete and set off a wild celebration in a crowd filled with long-suffering Eagles fans who have desperately waited for a championship since 1960.

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