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Eagles Fans Show Eagles Pride Despite Storm

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PHILADELPHIA -

The Philadelphia Eagles will play the New Orleans Saints tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the Lincoln Financial Center.

Despite the winter storm that hit our area, fans are all ready to brave the roads and the snow. It was below freezing in the morning today, but a few fans were already helping shovel the Linc in preparation for tomorrow night's game. Q Deezy was there and talked to a father and son pair who have been cleaning the Linc since 1:30 a.m.

They said that it was all 5-hour energy and love for the Eagles that kept them pumped and going. That's true dedication to the team!

The Eagles and Lincoln Financial Field will host a snow removal at 11:30. Many fans are expected to help out.

It is expected to be below freezing tomorrow when the Eagles play. How should fans stay warm. Here are some tips from expects:

  • Make sure to have some thermals and a warm hat.
  • A Union suit is a good idea especially if you wear a jersey underneath. Then, you can unzip and suit and show your jersey and then zip it up again to stay warm.
  • Wear insulated boots and two pairs of socks

With so much love from fans even with the snow blizzard, the Eagles will have all the fan love to play their best.

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