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Eagles Ran Fake Run Through To Throw Off Patriots From Spying

11 February 2018, 05:34 | Joan Schultz

Eagles Reportedly Ran Fake Super Bowl Walk-Through in Case Patriots Were Spying on Them

Philly proves doubters wrong again: City parties like it's been there before

As a courtesy to the fans, filmmaker Gotham Chopra released a statement on Friday to explain why he chose to wait to create the final part of the six-part series after the Patriots' Super Bowl loss. If the Broncos can find their missing piece, they may be able to return to the top.

A hungry dog runs faster, right? Now that the happy hangover of the Birds' celebration is over, let's take a look at each position and figure out which players will be back in 2018, beginning with the quarterbacks. "The truth is we had a plan, but unconsciously, it was tied to the Pats winning the Super Bowl". That dog isn't always so hungry after he's been fed, and a dog that's not hungry don't hunt. The ring for the second-year QB, a legitimate MVP candidate who set a franchise record for passing touchdowns (33), is inherently conflicting, a lifelong goal stopped just short until Foles took the baton and crossed the finish line.

"(The interview) ran over an hour and we talked about a lot of things", Chopra wrote.

Team owner Jeffrey Lurie thanked the fans for their unwavering support throughout the season and made it clear they expect more success moving forward, per Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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Wilmington, Del. marketing agency Aloysius Butler & Clark earlier this month entered into a wager with Boston's Small Army where the agency whose National Football League team wins Super Bowl LII will get a paid congratulatory, full-page advertisement in their city's major newspaper, courtesy of the losing city's agency.

Meanwhile, Pederson's decision to hop off the bus and bring the Lombardi Trophy to the streets was met with joy from those along the parade route. That makes a world of difference, but it also begs the question as to why they can't win with a small shred of dignity on the part of some of their players, and their fans.

Officials also said a Jumbotron was toppled when fans climbed it. The Eagles have had some hard times throughout the years but they've won championships and had a less than bottom-tier existence for many years. But stay hungry or it goes away in a big hurry.

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