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Eagles' Super Bowl hopes aren't over after Carson Wentz injury, and Bill Parcells explains why

Eagles' Super Bowl hopes aren't over after Carson Wentz injury, and Bill Parcells explains why

Philadelphia is a city in mourning, but also one with a flicker of hope.

A day after Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz hobbled off to the Coliseum locker room during the third quarter against the Rams, the grim news was confirmed: The NFL most valuable player candidate suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, ending his season and perhaps Philadelphia’s best chance for its first Lombardi Trophy.

The Eagles clinched the NFC East with their 43-35 victory, but now are forced to move forward without their second-year star. Nick Foles steps into the starting role. Coach Doug Pederson tried to put as positive a spin as possible on the situation at his news...

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