Feb. 4, 2018.
You can recall exactly where you were, who you were with and every rush of emotions you felt when the clock finally ran out and reality set in.
The Eagles won their first Super Bowl.
They defeated a dynasty team on the biggest stage in sports.
And they did it with a backup quarterback.
Of course, these are all things you know. Yet somehow, even though two years have passed, every time the thought of the Eagles being Super Bowl champions crosses your mind, a smile comes across your face.
This is probably one of the most important anniversaries in Philadelphia history, aside from when the Declaration of Independence was signed. Non-Eagles fans would probably read that sentence and think it’s an exaggeration … but we all know it isn’t.
It’s quite a nostalgic day on social media, as everyone is sharing their favorite memories:
Everyone online is talking about the big important news today, which is that two years ago the Eagles won the Super Bowl with a backup QB over the Patriots.— happy wife guy, happy life guy (@VT_Ben) February 4, 2020
Happy “Eagles won the Super Bowl” day 😊— Krèmas Queen 🇭🇹✝️🙏🏾 (@MillieBoinky) February 4, 2020
Happy Anniversary to the single greatest day of my life: when the Eagles won the damn Super Bowl. Forever and always, Go Birds. pic.twitter.com/QeQws5ixcf— Justin Fray (@The_Franiak) February 4, 2020
Two years ago today the eagles won the super bowl and I witnessed a man sit on a firework in celebration pic.twitter.com/XFOnUTJnHX
And of course, the two most iconic plays from that game can be found just about everywhere you look.
Two years ago today the eagles won the super bowl and I witnessed a man sit on a firework in celebration pic.twitter.com/XFOnUTJnHX— Jeff McDevitt (@JeffMcDev) February 4, 2020
41-33. Go birds.
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