Congratulations Philadelphia Eagles…

Congratulations to all Philadelphia Eagles fans and supporters on their first ever Superbowl win.  MVP Nick Foles.  Exceptional character all around. Congratulations.

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232 Responses to Congratulations Philadelphia Eagles…

  1. sunnydaze says:

    Idiot bouncing on traffic light pole. Lawdy, can we just kill the NFL now?


  2. sunnydaze says:

    Bunch of people got up on an awning……………….NOT.


  3. nigella says:

    Is Antifa really there?


  4. MAGADJT says:

    And these videos are an illustration of how fragile the civilization we have come to know, really is. People look for a reason to step outside themselves and cause havoc and chaos. If things can break down over winning a ballgame, imagine a temporary disruption in the food supply.

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  5. Remington..... says:

    Yep, I watched the championship game. In fact, I watched it on Saturday. YouTube had it. Example of fine football. The Alabama – Georgia game. No way in hell I’d watch the nfl – ever again.

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  6. Beverly says:

    Broadcastify has the live Philadelphia police radio, if you want to hear the chaos. A lot of idiots are going ape out there….


  7. SharonKinDC says:

    #PhillyPoliceScanner has been amazing tonight. Yep. Someone even ate horse manure whilst being cheered on and video recorded…


  8. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Real men love Jesus and are proud of the ways of the LORD!

      I’m no thugball fan but watching an unapologetic Christian QB thump Bradyallmighty and his smug retinue made me cheer!

      An aside: Why oh why do we need to see interracial couples on commercials? I believe beating down the white male father, provider, builder and maintainer is leftist deconstruction.


      • Randolph Scott says:

        Because the evil powers want to desensitize the general population to this type of trash. I bitch about and write scathing emails to each company pulling that crap. They are accomplishing one thing and that is pushing the division even further apart.

        I am glad I didn’t watch any of the game or their effing commercials and they can stick their interracial bull$hit up their a$$.

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        • FelineFine says:

          Very well said. These companies’ attempt to constantly feature bi-racial couples in their commercial has gone beyond the ridiculous. Even Ray Charles could see their obvious agenda.


        • boogywstew says:

          I’m sorry that my JAMAICAN girlfriend doesn’t meet your criteria.


      • kiskiminetas says:

        Amen Brother I love the Father, Jesus and the Holy Spirit too. God has been merciful to you, me and so many others. There are many Christians playing in the NFL and other sports. My greatest joys are God’s Word, my wife, cat and loving on and showing love towards others. As for all the other stuff I understand that in a fallen world with fallen people, who do not have the light of Christ in their hearts and souls, these things come natural to many people in this world. My prayer is for God to bless them. It was truly a blessing to have the head coach and Foles giving their witnesses of God’s grace to a national audience. PTL!


  9. Pat Frederick says:

    Been rooting for the Eagles since I was a little girl sitting with my Dad and brother watching. Dad told me that they can hear you when you yell at the TV–been doing that ever since–but not this past year. Teams disrespected the flag and the anthem, and I, like many others, turned away from the game. But I am proud that my team never took a knee for the anthem, but take a knee before God. Fly Eagles Fly!

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  10. Luke of the D says:

    I did not watch and could care less who won. And I will never watch another NFL game again. It is a game played by millionaire criminals, anti-American scum, and Hollywood hypocrites. The NFL is dead to me.

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  11. El Torito says:

    A few thoughts:

    1) I’ve read that Eagles team didn’t kneel all year. Just for that I’m glad they won.
    2) Too much pearl clutching over who will go to WH if invited. Why waste time over a hypothetical, and who cares? It’s their right to not go. Not what I would do, but I won’t waste my time on it.
    3) I found it for free on ROKU so I watched it. It was a great game in every way.
    4) Most importantly to me, Coach Peterson led the team, on bended knee, in the Lord’s Prayer on live television from the locker room after winning.

    Some times you just have to force yourself to find & see the good in things, especially in these times of 24/7/365 negative news cycles.

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  12. sixofone says:

    The comment that the Eagles “did not kneel all season” is technically correct, but omits key information.

    At least one player (I forget who), took a knee during a pre-season game.

    Also, Malcolm Jenkins and 2 or 3 other players consistently raised the “black power” fist during the National Anthem for many weeks once the controversy started during Week 3.

    And for several weeks, the entire team “locked arms” during the National Anthem, which I personally felt was still a protest (it’s the National Anthem — put your hand over your heart, or if that is too much, keep your hands at your sides). And then there is Chris Long’s statement that he will not be going to the White House to meet President Trump.

    So I must unfortunately dispute the statement that the team has “exceptional character all around.”

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    • El Torito says:

      I cannot dissect your argument except to propose the notion that you consider this subject within the context of League overall.

      Consider an anaolgy:
      2 years ago, UCF was 0-12. This year a different coach took them to 13-0 and a winning bowl game. Trump put a ton of pressure on the NFL over this. Did he end up with perfect? Hell no.

      Was it a major improvement? Did he get results? Hell yes.

      Digging out only the negative and omitting anything that went well is easy and imo, speaks to a person’s character.


      • El Torito says:

        anaolgy = analogy


      • Trumpmendous says:

        UCF did not just win a bowl game, they beat Auburn in that bowl game. Auburn beat both Alabama and Georgia, the two teams that played in the National Championship game, during the regular season. Scott Frost was their head coach. Scott Frost now coaches the Nebraska Cornhuskers.


    • Luke from NJ says:

      My son is a big Eagles fan. The guy that knelt was cut from team in preseason.


    • TwoLaine says:

      I agree. They are not being required to folow their own policies. I have no interest in watching anymore. WAY GONE in the rearview mirror.


  13. ThingsWeTakeForGranted says:

    Just saw this commercial and it speaks to me. “He who is greatest among you shall be your citizens”.


  14. TwoLaine says:

    Congratulations Eagles and Philly!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

    I ALMOST know how you feel. It’s been so long. 😦

    Didn’t watch it. Didn’t even know who won till I woke up this AM. I heard they all stood for our flag, our vets, our country. It’s about time! I am enjoying the tidbits on F & F AM, except for the riots, destruction and looting in Philly, and the stupid BLM Train Holdup in Minneapolis. DUMB.

    In Philly, I hope they are all caught and locked up for a year or more. In Minneapolis, I hope they are put in Leavenworth. Holding up a train or any state or federal highway should be grounds for hanging in my opinion. Talk about “People can die!”…..

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  15. navysquid says:

    Did not watch the game and have not watched since Game 1 this year…hurts me as I am a huge Cowboys fan and have NEVER missed a Super Bowl in many decades of football. Just can’t stand the pompous attitude of multi-millionaire athletes kneeling for a flag I fought for that should be honored not disrespected!

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    • Binkser1 says:

      I am with you navysquid. Haven’t watched since my hometown team, the Jaguars, pulled their crap over in London (although I have barely watched since the whole “Hands up, don’t shoot” fiasco the players pulled over Michael Brown).

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  16. daders says:

    Now I understand why Philly instituted the sugary drink tax…imagine the destruction if they had been drinking Jolt. What a bunch of buffoons.

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  17. Binkser1 says:

    I have to say, what happened to all the people on the site that were boycotting the NFL? It seemed like most of us that post here were boycotting the NFL. I haven’t watched since the Jaguars pulled their stunt in London and refused to watch the NFL’s biggest showcase, the Super Bowl. Now, to each his/her own, and I’m not condemning anyone for watching but I’m just wondering when so many people that post here started watching the NFL again? To me, this was never just about the flag, it was also about the support for blatantly anti-police, anti-white groups. The NFL has doubled-down since all this started, with their pledges to continue to donate to SJW causes and have never apologized to us for anything. I just don’t get why people are going back to watching the NFL.

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    • jahealy says:

      Agree completely. My HUSBAND of all people, a Vietnam vet, watched the damned Superbowl. I stayed in another room. I really don’t get it. So we’re just going to let this slide like all the other things we’ve let slide that have brought this country to its knees?

      I really don’t get it. Very disappointing.


  18. Lucille says:

    What Pisses Me Off About The Philadelphia Superbowl Riots
    Stefan Molyneux

    Liked by 1 person

    • czarowniczy says:

      Truth? TRUTH!? We dun need no steeenkin’ truth! Eat the rich, the situation’s been caused by white greed! It’s class-based oppression by Wall Street Republican fat cats! Bernie and Oprah in 2020! Two chickens in every pot and a Weight Watchers plan on how to prepare them!


  19. Mezzz says:

    So much Brady bashing in philly after their first football championship in 60 years.

    Philly fans transformed overnight from sore losers into sore winners.


  20. czarowniczy says:

    Even before the win the Eagle’s Usual Suspects were already saying they wouldn’t attend any WH celebrations were they to win – they don’t agree with Trump’s (and many Americans’) opinions that their rude and disrespectful display during the National Anthem, the anthem of the country that allows them to make ridiculous amounts of money for relatively nonproductive work. They can have opinions but G-d forbid anyone be allowed to disagree with them.
    Seems that there are also disagreements with the amounts of working folk’s treasure that Trump’s willing to steal from the workers’ pocket and heave into some 60 years worth of failed innercity social welfare programs. Next he’ll want the perpetually persecuted and downtrodden to actually get educated and find jobs! Oh the humanity of it.
    There’s also the complaints about the ‘relationship’ of the police and the black community, they demand a sea change. Hmmmmm, I’m not 100% sure but I’m betting the ‘change’ they are looking for is not on the part of the blue community. As an ex-LEA in a major city I’d like to see these NFL social warriors come out and try to convince the black community to work with the blue community to where both could stop the crime. I know that we could, and still can, go to a scene where some POS thug has hosed down a block party with his Auh-Kay and no one will have seen or heard anything. We had a hundred folks on the street and not one witness – then we get the blame because we ‘ignore’ crime in the black community. G-d help you if you find the armed shooter and use any physical force at all taking him down – then it be poleece bru-tality.
    Then again I lack the perspective of a rich, black football player who lives far removed from the innercity black community he is so protective of. Hmmmmmmm…why not drop that football career, take the big buck you have and join a police department, working a dangerous job full time for crap wages while you work changes from the inside?


  21. Though I didn’t particularly care which team won, I had prayed that the Lord would be glorified & based on the award ceremony & Tony Dungy’s remarks afterward it appears that God said Yes!


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