After drunkenly bombarding NFL Network’s postgame show following Philadelphia’s 41-33 victory over the Patriots, the die-hard Eagles fan posted a rambling statement early Monday on social media.
What a game. ABC News was on the ground in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII, an exciting shootout between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles. “No, I’m not going to the White House”, he said on the Pardon My Take podcast. Philadelphia defensive end Derek Barnett recovered the fumble. “You have to root for our hometown boy”, says Didi Justin-Reed who has known Ertz since he was in elementary school. “We gave a f**k”, he said before realising he had made mistake.
One of the most exciting Super Bowls in league history actually saw a television ratings drop.
“We had just gone all the way downfield and I wasn’t going to stop”, Pederson told NBC at the half. “You know, we’re gonna stick around for a long time – cause we world champs, baby, and it feels so good”.
He coached high school football at Calvary Baptist Academy in Shreveport, Louisiana, for the next four years before his NFL coaching career began in 2009 as an offensive quality control coordinator for the Eagles in 2009 under coach Andy Reid.
“I told him that hopefully we’ll be back in this game with him leading the way”. Chris Hogan had 128 yards and one touchdown while Rob Gronkowski finished with 116 yards and two touchdowns.
Trump did manage to briefly act like a normal president after the game, congratulating the Eagles without lamenting his pal Tom Brady’s loss. “I’d like to process this a little bit, but I wouldn’t see why I wouldn’t be back”. There is really nothing to fault about this season as things went about as well for the New England Patriots without being flawless as they possibly could have. Stephen Gostkowski’s extra point put New England on top for the first time in the game.
Meanwhile, actress Bridget Moynahan, the mother of Brady’s older son, offered what some assumed was a bit of shade but was more likely a statement of fact, pointing out on Twitter that Eagles quarterback Nick Foles was “having an wonderful game” just as the fourth quarter was beginning. Several Eagles players have already said they intend to boycott the winning team’s traditional trip to the White House. Turns out, Philadelphia retailers are also reaping the rewards of their home team’s victory, and big businesses are cashing in on the Eagles’ success by selling championship merchandise to eager fans willing to spend hundreds in celebration of the historic event.
Both teams even got clever on offense, running almost identical trick plays that attempted to get their quarterbacks touchdown catches in the second quarter.