Come on. Why would you expect that anything else would happen? Ahead of the introduction of both teams on football’s largest stage, the Philadelphia Eagles fans that were in attendance in Glendale booed Dak Prescott as he received the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award.
Old habits die hard (if they ever die at all). Some of you may find this to be offensive, but how do we say this? It’s a Philly thing.
Enjoy the festivities.
That’s enough about Dak Prescott. On to what we hope is an Eagles win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
We’ve talked about history, two starting black quarterbacks (Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes) and two brothers facing off against one another on football’s grandest stage as players (Jason Kelce and Travis Kelce).
We’ve gone on and on about both sides, how good these teams are, and, of course, what we believe will happen after kickoff.
The pomp and circumstance and build-up are over, well most of it anyway. We’ve broken this game down from every possible angle. We disassembled the engine, dissected it, and put it back together. It’s game time. There’s nothing left to do but play. Finally, it’s time for a Super Bowl.