Super Bowl LII started off with the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots marching down the field and exchanging field goals. On their second drive, the Eagles decided it was time to bust out the big plays, one of which led to the first touchdown of the game courtesy of Alshon Jeffery.
Nick Foles dropped back and looked deep, noticing that Jeffery had a step on Patriots defensive back Eric Rowe. Foles decided to let it fly, unleashing a bomb down the field and giving Jeffery a chance to make a play.
Jeffery went up, made an insanely athletic catch to snatch the ball out of the air, and gave the Eagles their first touchdown of the game.