Philadelphia Eagles fans celebrated like it was 2018.
After the Eagles defeated the San Francisco 49ers, 31-7, to win the NFC Championship on Sunday, fans poured out of bars, restaurants and Lincoln Financial Field to celebrate on the city streets. Fans were seen climbing poles and creating mayhem as their favorite team won.
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Fans climbed the poles in the street despite police oiling them to prevent climbing, according to FOX 29 Philadelphia.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, police were donning their riot gear to prepare for tougher action as the night wore on.
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Philadelphia was propelled to victory thanks to touchdowns from Jalen Hurts, Miles Sanders and Boston Scott. All three players scored rushing touchdowns and Sanders had two of those scores.
Hurts, an NFL MVP candidate, was 15-for-25 with 121 passing yards. He also had 39 rushing yards on 11 carries with one touchdown. Kenneth Gainwell led the Eagles in rushing yards with 48. Sanders had 42 and Scott 21.
DeVonta Smith led the Eagles in receptions with two receptions for 36 yards. AJ Brown had four receptions for 28 yards.
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Super Bowl LVII will be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12. It will air on FOX.