Eagles release must-see hype video ahead of Week 1’s game

Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports)
Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports) /

Unless there’s a conflicting work schedule or a previous engagement, the plans of every Philadelphia Eagles fan for Sunday, September 11th at 1 p.m. EST have been known for a while. It’s fitting that Detroit is known as The Motor City because a game in the house that Ford built versus the Lions is the first stop on the Birds’ roadmap through an 18-week, 17-game grind that figures to employ a few twists and turns along the way.

We’ve endured a long spring and summer following a game in the Wild Card Round versus the then-defending Super Bowl Champions. The result wasn’t surprising, depending on who you ask. Jalen Hurts didn’t have his best day, but even though much of that was expected, that didn’t make the outcome any less painful.

Philly has added weapons on both sides of the ball. Expectations are aplenty, and the Eagles’ media department, perhaps the best in the NFL, has given us something to tide us over until kickoff on Sunday.

The Eagles’ latest hype video has everyone tapping the ‘share’ and ‘download’ buttons.

Most of us have been hanging out on Twitter and other social media for a while. Have you ever seen a team that does a better job than the one the Philadelphia Eagles employ? You may be able to find a few who are equally as proficient. You’d be hard-pressed to find one that’s better.

A little over 72 hours from Week 1’s game kickoff, the Birds released a hype video.

They don’t hand out Emmys for Twitter posts. Maybe they should. Most of our football careers ended after high school. Heck, some of your dreams of NFL stardom ended before your senior season. Watching videos like this makes one want to throw on a helmet and some shoulder pads though.

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It’s hard to remain objective. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep emotions in check. The first game of the 2022-2023 Philadelphia Eagles season can’t get here fast enough.