Anybody who did it is an idiot.
By the end of the first drive, the Eagles' star receiver had his first touchdown. By the end of the day, he had his first 1,000-yard season in the NFL and a 59-yard reception that led to the game-sealing score.
The rookie running back set the Eagles' rookie rushing record with a 6-yard gain in the second quarter and scored the fourth-quarter TD that sealed the victory.
He does things that make you scratch your head sometimes, but the Eagles are going to make their eighth playoff appearance in 11 seasons with him as their coach.
Speaking of head-scratchers, weren't the Eagles on their own 29-yard line when Reid decided to go for it on fourth down in the opening quarter? Don't the 49ers have the 27th-ranked offense in the NFL? Why give a bad offense a chance?
The cornerback came up with a second-quarter interception - his eighth of the season - to set up a field goal.
The defensive end applied the pressure that led to Smith's third interception.
The veteran linebacker intercepted Smith's ill-advised throw and also pressured Smith into a critical throw-away late in the third quarter.
It seemed foolish for Reid to call his final time-out with 36 seconds left before halftime, but the move worked when Alex Smith threw his third interception of the first half, gift-wrapping three more points for the Eagles.
The 49ers linebacker made the Eagles pay for their decision by stopping Leonard Weaver for no gain on the fourth-and-1 play.
The Eagles cornerback made sure that play didn't lead to points for the 49ers by forcing a fumble that was recovered by Asante Samuel.
The fullback's argument with linebacker Ahmad Brooks cost the Eagles valuable time at the end of first half and forced the offense to settle for a field goal. In addition to this down arrow, Weaver also got an earful from Reid.
The Eagles quarterback cost his team points with a couple of interceptions. One was into the end zone near the end of the first half, and the other set up San Francisco's only touchdown in the third quarter.
He became the first running back in 24 games to rush for 100 yards against the Eagles. Gore finished with 107 yards on 16 carries.
The Eagles safety came up with his second interception of the season to stop San Francisco's second possession, and it was a circus catch.
Two more sacks for his Pro Bowl-deserving resume.