Super Bowl LII Recap

It was a day like no other for the Philadelphia Eagles.

After hyping the crowd, Kelce talked about the Eagles as a team of underdogs - a title the team embraced throughout the postseason after being underdogs in every game they played on the way to their championship.

The Philadelphia Eagles shocked the world last Sunday when they took down the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII.

Tom Brady breaks his silence after the Patriots suffered a brutal loss to the Eagles in Super Bowl 52 on February 4.

During the Eagles Super Bowl celebration parade, Eagles center Jason Kelce cut a passionate Stone Cold Steve Austin-like promo where he highlighted numerous criticisms the team has heard throughout the National Football League season. The controversial action caused the team to be placed under an investigation about whether or not the Patriots recorded the St. Louis Rams walkthrough practice prior to Super Bowl XXXVI.

"Everyone keeps asking me about Chapter 6 of "Tom vs Time" and when it's going to be ready", Chopra wrote on Facebook this week.

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Another Quarterback that is expected to be a hot topic of conversation this offseason is Super Bowl MVP, Nick Foles.

Eagles center Jason Kelce stole the show, with an epic speech that will go down in Philadelphia history. However, this play won the game for the Eagles. He goes on to state that Philly has some of the angriest fans and it's true if you watched any of the celebration clips that emerged right after the game was over.

Lovato says the team practiced their actual game plan for two weeks leading up to the big game, so they were willing to run a fake walk-through if it meant keeping their secrets away from the Patriots.

As injuries mounted and fans doubted the Super Bowl goal, Pederson believed in himself, his coaches, Grossman's acquisitions and his team. The 30-year-old led fans in a profanity-laced rendition of "Oh My Darling, Clementine", lyrics he changed to represent the Eagles proving their doubters wrong, complete with two F-bombs dropped on air. The end of the first half [Super Bowl]. "She kept apologizing to me like insane, but I told her, 'You can dump all the beer you want on me as long as they're winning'".

Eagles Head Coach, Doug Peterson told the crowd to get used the feeling of being champions. "So now that this team has rose to the occasion, not only made the playoffs but won a Super Bowl, this is why you have a turnout like this".

"Hopefully, we'll be back here in a few years", Powell said.

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