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Nick Bolton fumble return ties things up at 14

Cincinnati Bengals wide receive Tee Higgins joins the show to explain why the Kansas City Chiefs might have an edge over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII.

The first turnover of Sunday’s Super Bowl LVII was a costly one for the Eagles.

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts lost the ball while trying to move the ball from one hand to another as he worked to evade pressure on a third down Chiefs linebacker Nick Bolton scooped the ball up and there were no Eagles in sight, so Bolton scampered 36 yards for a touchdown.

Harrison Butker’s extra point tied the score 14-14 with just under 10 minutes to play in the first half.

The Chiefs forced the Eagles into a third-and-long early in the drive, but quarterback Jalen Hurts was able to evade the rush long enough to find wide receiver Zach Pascal for a first down. Kenneth Gainwell ran twice to set up a shorter third down near midfield and the Eagles lined up for the same quarterback sneak that resulted in their first touchdown, but a false start pushed them into the fateful longer try.