BRADBERRY’S PICK-6 WAS HANDS-DOWN THE PLAY OF EAGLES GAME!

By Jenny Masters

Kyzir White made one of the biggest plays of the game, diving and tipping a Jared Goff pass intended for tight end T.J. Hockenson into the hands of cornerback James Bradberry.

White recovered quickly to block Hockenson as Bradberry returned the interception 27 yards down the right sideline for a touchdown that, after Jake Elliott’s PAT, gave the Eagles a 21-7 advantage.

“We were in a zone coverage. It was a quick game and I saw the out (route) coming and I was breaking. Kyzir tipped it to me and I caught it,” Bradberry said. “The defense blocked for me and I just had to run and go forward. I couldn’t believe that I had the whole sideline to myself. I just saw a lineman and got a view of the blocking and was hoping that I was going to make it across the line.”

“We covered that play a lot in the film room this week,” White said. “I knew what was coming. I tried to get my hands on him (Hockenson) and not give him any room because Hockenson does real well when you give him space and I just tried to make a great play on the ball.”

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