Philadelphia Eagles Defeat Indianapolis Colts, 30-27

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Sep 15, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy (25) runs the ball against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Parkey booted the ensuing kickoff through the end zone to put Indy at their 20 to start a critical drive. The Eagles put the Colts in a third-and-five and held, as Nolan Carroll got pressure on Luck and forced an incompletion.

Sproles brought the Colts’ punt back to the Birds’ 40 and set Foles and company up with 1:56 to go. Foles hooked up with Ertz on the first play, moving the ball into Indy territory at the 36. A little screen to Sproles on the next play moved the line of scrimmage to the 19.

One run by McCoy let the Eagles run the clock down to 3 seconds, giving Parkey a shot at 36-yarder from the right hash. He drilled it, setting off a celebration, but Indianapolis apparently got a timeout called just before the snap.

It didn’t matter. Parkey hit it again and the Eagles stunned the Colts, winning 30-27.