Eagles coach Doug Pederson got a lot of credit for his playcalling in Super Bowl 52, but he didn't actually call the play people haven't stopped talking about since Sunday.

On fourth-and-goal in the first half, quarterback Nick Foles lined up behind center Jason Kelce, then pretended to audible to another play and lined up behind his tight end. Kelce snapped it directly to running back Corey Clement, who lateraled to Trey Burton and he found a wide open Foles for a touchdown in the end zone.

It was a great call by the Eagles to be sure, but it wasn't Pederson who made it. The man who made the call was Foles himself as was seen on "Inside the NFL" on Showtime.

Oh my god Doug Pederson was the one who wanted to go for it, but it was Nick Foles who CALLED FOR THE DAMN TRICK PLAY.
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ó Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) February 6, 2018
"A quarterback going out on a route?" Foles told reporters after the game. "I was pumped to go over there and talk to Doug [Pederson], and we agreed on it. Like I said, we worked on it for a long time, and we executed it perfectly. Thatís probably the best it has looked. So, we hit it at the right time.