While the defense was holding the high-powered Falcons to 10 points and scoreless over the final 35:41 of the game, the offense was doing just enough to score points. That started at the end of the first half when the Eagles got the ball with 46 seconds left at their own 28. Foles "completed" a pass to Torrey Smith that looked like a sure interception but plinked off the knee of jumping Falcons safety Keanu Neal and ricocheted high in the air. Smith caught it Franco Harris-style at the 50. Then, with seven seconds left, Foles hit Jeffery on a 15-yard out and the receiver ducked out of bounds with one second left. That was enough time for Jake Elliott to kick a 53-yard field goal and close the Falcons' lead to 10-9.