REPORT: Super Bowl-Hosting Restaurant Issues Warning About Philadelphia Eagles Fans

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Philadelphia’s reputation most definitely precedes them.

Rolling their way to a NFC Championship with dominating wins over both the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers, the Philadelphia Eagles are back in the Super Bowl after winning it in 2018 against the New England Patriots.

With the news, it’s an outright party in Philly (as expected), but across the country in Arizona where they’re hosting Super Bowl LVII, some are getting prepared for big business and, err, batshit crazy Eagles fans.

If you’re not aware, SBLVII will be played in Glendale, Arizona, at the Cardinals’ home of State Farm Stadium, and reportedly, one local restaurant owner (or manager) in the area is preparing his staff for “some of the most obnoxious, rude fans in the country.”

This is exactly why I love Philadelphia Eagles fans — this crazy ass reputation that follows them around everywhere.

I’m not sure if you guys have seen the video from Barstool Sports or not, of where they had a reporter talking to a bunch of Eagles fans while they were tailgating, but this clip is a true representation of how wild they are — and I (bleeping) love them for it.

Bob Mayo — or as I’m going to call him: Robert Mayonnaise — gets it though. A lot of outlets are trying to make it sound like ol’ Bob was hatin’ on Eagles fans, but no, he gets that Philly is full of hard-working people who love the shit out of some sports. And quite frankly, there’s nothing wrong with that. (RELATED: Germaine Pratt Regrets Getting Angry With Joseph Ossai, Whose Late-Game Penalty Eliminated Bengals From NFL Playoffs)

Shout out to Philadelphia, man! A city of champions!