Philadelphia Erupts Into Pandemonium After NFC Championship Win

Prior to the Philadelphia Eagles blowout 38-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship, the city of Philadelphia already knew what was in store for the post game celebrations regardless of the outcome of the game.

These post game celebrations were anything but peaceful, as the Minnesota Vikings received a Philadelphia going away party.

The Vikings team bus getting a very Philly send off

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While this may have been a little bit out of line, the Eagles deserve to celebrate their first Super Bowl appearance since 2004 where they lost to the Patriots, who they will play in this year’s Super Bowl, 24-21.

In what many thought would be a very close, competitive game Sunday night, was a complete blowout and the Eagles dominated for the duration.

They will most certainly be the underdog heading into the Super Bowl, but there is no doubt that this Eagles’ team has went above and beyond what they were expected to do especially with missing their starting quarterback in Carson Wentz.

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