Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl LII hype video will give fans chills

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In order to help fans get fired up for Super Bowl LII, the Philadelphia Eagles released the ultimate hype video.

After all of the doubts and concerns once Carson Wentz went down with a torn ACL, the Philadelphia Eagles find themselves one win away from winning Super Bowl LII, with only the New England Patriots standing in their way from hoisting the Lombardi Trophy. Taking down the defending champions certainly won’t be easy, but when looking at all of the obstacles this team has overcome this season, the Eagles are more than ready for the challenge.

For a head coach that took a ton of heat when he first came on board in 2016, Doug Pederson deserves all of the credit in the world for keeping this team focused on the ultimate prize of winning the Super Bowl, despite all of the major injuries the team has been forced to overcome all season. While the injury to Wentz was the most crushing of all since there weren’t many fans that had faith in Nick Foles, keep in mind that Philadelphia had to adjust to losses of other key players like Jason Peters and Darren Sproles as well.

In other words, the Eagles even being in this position is beyond amazing, and their fans have every reason in the world to be fired up for Sunday’s game against the Patriots. And just when it seemed like the excitement for fans couldn’t hit another level, the team decided to release the ultimate hype video to help Philadelphia prepare for the Super Bowl, which happens to feature a huge Eagles fan in actor Bradley Cooper.

If that doesn’t fire up Eagles fans for Sunday’s Super Bowl, nothing will, as Cooper constantly mentioning how it all comes down to one game will send chills through just about anyone’s body. Philadelphia has played through plenty of memorable games over the years, but nothing will compare to what will go down this Sunday against New England.

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For a team that many wrote off back in December, words even describe how fans would react if the Eagles won their first Super Bowl in franchise history with Foles at quarterback. New England may be the favorites to win at the moment, but if Philadelphia continues to thrive in the underdog role, this could very well work to the advantage of Pederson’s squad.