Philadelphia Eagles fans were enraged by a controversial defensive holding call third down late in the fourth quarter which “robbed” them of their Super Bowl victory.
The decision proved to be decisive and provided the Chiefs an opportunity to run the clock and score a fresh set of downs, which ultimately changed the course of the game.
The controversial circumstances proved to be too much for some Philly fans. Enraged by the decisions and dramatic turn of events, social medial was flooded with angry fan reactions.
One fan couldn’t contain himself and after Harrison Butker converted his field goal, he took his rage out on the television. What’s more, it turns out that the fan was actually at a friend’s house, meaning the TV which he completely destroyed wasn’t actually his.
As he wildly swung at the screen, his friends attempted to hold him back, but they were unsuccessful in their attempts. It’s not known if the guest offered to buy his friend a new TV.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (CBS/AP) — Devastation. That’s what
While the city had prepared for fans to be dancing through the streets of Philadelphia, instead some gathered to handle the together.
“We’re still gonna be on Broad Street,” Caterina Zaralas said. “I think Philly has it in their heart to not let the loss get them down.”
Another fan adds that they showed up to Broad Street because “it’s all family, just having fun.”
CBS Philadelphia caught up with one fan who was having breakfast in Northeast Philadelphia. Fans are shedding tears over short stacks at Four Season Diner.
“I don’t know, it stinks,” a fan said.
“I’m about to have breakfast, dinner whatever it is right now… really sad,” another added.
38-35. That’s the score that will be ingrained in fans’ hearts for quite some time.
Despite a historic night for Jalen Hurts, the Birds couldn’t finish the job.and tied a record with three rushing scores. He also threw for 304 yards and one TD.
“We use this pain, we use this failure to motivate us so we can make it a strength,” Sirianni said.