Eagles offer tickets to fan who feared missing Super Bowl

Feb 04, 2018, 02:04
Eagles offer tickets to fan who feared missing Super Bowl

A die-hard Philadelphia Eagles fan almost had a meltdown when she thought she had missed the Super Bowl after waking up groggy from having her wisdom teeth removed.

Now that Foles is one win away from being a Super Bowl-winning quarterback, the question has started to circulate around Denver: Do the Broncos actually need a QB or can they revert back to the 2015 team and win by way of an excellent defense?

She must cover the costs of travel and lodging in Minneapolis, where the game will be played, according to an online fundraising appeal.

'No, no, no, ' her mom says.

'St. Nick. I trust in St. Nick, ' she says.

"Everything is just happening so quickly", he said.

"My grandfather made a deal with me after the last Eagles' Super Bowl loss in 2004 - if they make it again in his lifetime, the two of us, and my dad, would go to it", Brest writes.

Her father posted a video on Facebook this week showing the 21-year-old Rutgers student coming out of anesthesia after having her wisdom teeth removed.

In the video, the college junior asks in near-panic if she had missed the Super Bowl during a procedure that took less than an hour.

"No we don't have money for the ticket but I'm sure they'll know you're rooting for them", her mother replied. She was talking with cotton in her mouth. They're like my sisters, ' she says.

Competitive eater Molly Schuyler gnawed her way through a record 501 chicken wings in 30 minutes to win her third Wing Bowl in Philadelphia.

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