The Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl win was not just monumental since the team was considered the “underdog” of the two.

The Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl win was not just monumental since the team was considered the “underdog” of the two. Their victory over the New England Patriots ended a 58-year drought for the team winning a Super Bowl and a stunning end to Tom Brady’s victory spree. The last time the Eagles claimed the title was in 1960, before Doug Pederson was coaching the players and has since attributed this victory to just one thing. In a shock admission after the impressive win, Coach Pederson infuriated the NFL and every gender bent God-hating liberal not boycotting the league and their main event last night.
The Eagles were essentially David in the Biblical tale of David and Goliath, running onto the field and claiming the title they deserved and had worked hard for. Fear didn’t get in the way, nor did an attitude of defeat against the undefeated. They went out to win and accomplished that goal but had a little help, which the coach later admitted to. This admission of how they were able to pull off the impossible is what triggered the country and the league who spent an entire season supporting the disrespectful antics of anti-American players over anything and all that this country stands for – literally.
There was one thing that the major parts of the team did last night that led them to a win and the NFL and their liberal supporters aren’t too happy about it. In fact, there’s probably a ban coming to prevent this as they’ll see it as an unfair favor when it’s available to them too.
The irony of the Eagles winning the most disrespectful season in NFL history is that they proved that faith and respect is what actually wins. When asked for a statement after his team’s win, Coach Pederson gave all glory to God, for without Him, this victory over their “Goliath” wouldn’t have been possible. For a politically correct industry that the NFL has become, this answer was sure to trigger the league. However, Pederson and two of his main players didn’t suppress their praise for the “Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” for His divine guidance at the game.|

Feb 4, 2018; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson celebrates with the Lombardi Trophy after defeating the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The Philadelphia Eagles took down the reigning champs Sunday with a thrilling 41-33 victory over New England.
Following the game, Eagles coach Doug Pederson proclaimed his faith and thanked Jesus Christ for the opportunity.
“How do you explain this, that nine years ago you’re coaching in high school and here you are with this trophy?” Dan Patrick asked.
Pederson replied, “I can only give the praise to my lord and savior Jesus Christ for giving me this opportunity and I’m going to tell you something: I’ve got the best players in the world.”
Quarterback Nick Foles, Coach Doug Pederson, and tight end Zach Ertz all praised glory to God in their postgame interview directly after winning the Super Bowl. They were classy, excited, thankful, and respectful. This was three people who embody everything that the NFL player should be. They are teammates, leaders, and men who respect each other, do their job, and work as a complete unit. That’s what pushed this team onto a stellar record of 13-3, two playoff victories, and finally, a Super Bowl win for the city of Philadelphia. It’s also of note that just eight years ago, Pederson was coaching a High School team and yesterday, he led an NFL team to win the Super Bowl – that takes something very special to do.
The Eagles proved with their win that disrespecting the heroes, our president, and values of this country isn’t what makes you a winner, it’s keeping the focus on the game and God. It’s a counter message to all the league represented this month. The NFL may have lost millions in fans and revenue, but the Eagles soared above that and proved what the sport is really about. They were also one of the only teams in the league who didn’t fall deep into the protesting trap – save for a couple players who ceremoniously hopped on that train for a moment by raising a fist to symbolize black power, before realizing that they weren’t getting the reaction that they had hoped for.
Can you imagine how the NFL felt after those three mentioned “God” on live TV? This is after the NFL had a tumultuous year with disrespectful flag protesters marring the sport and turning fans into boycotters. You can boycott all you want, but if you did, then you missed the most classy team you could find right now. No one on the Philadelphia Eagles took a knee for the National Anthem, and the players and coach were not afraid to speak up about their religion. You might hate the NFL and Roger Goodell, but you have to love the Eagles – the represent what’s right and deserve the recognition. Goodell will have this turn into a flag football league filled with social justice warriors if he doesn’t get his act together.

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