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Eagles fans at the Linc could be heard 3 miles away

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Eagles fans at the Linc could be heard 3 miles away

Just how loud was it at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday night? Someone that lives three miles away, in a different state, was able to hear the fans cheering from his house.

Jeff Stefan posted this video on his Facebook page along with a map showing that he was in Westville, New Jersey, at the time this video was taken.

This is pretty incredible. 

Check out the video below and advance to about 50 seconds in and you can hear, clear as day, Eagles fans singing and cheering. 

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After the game, the Eagles players lauded the fans for their support, not only during the NFC Championship Game but all season long. This is another example of how strong the home field advantage is when the Birds are playing in Philly.

Gritty had the perfect response to 'Time' magazine's Person of the Year tweet

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Gritty had the perfect response to 'Time' magazine's Person of the Year tweet

Big goofy mascots are great. But they're not neccesarily original. See: the Phillie Phanatic.

No, what elevates Gritty, the Flyers' insta-legend, is his social media prowess. He got off to a hot start with his aping of Kim Kardashian. And the rest was history.

After playing in the snow last week to the delight of a nation, Gritty took a simple response to a Time magazine tweet and elevated it to heights only he could.

It's a nice reminder to be thankful for the great things in your life this holiday season, like Gritty.

Jimmy Butler's ex-teammate jokes about his locker

Jimmy Butler's ex-teammate jokes about his locker

Everyone saw Jimmy Butler and Allen Iverson’s iconic embrace on the court last night. You might have also seen the two swapping jerseys in the locker room, but what you might not have noticed, one of Butler’s old teammates is pointing out.

Butler posted this photo to his Instagram last night and Cole Aldrich, who played with Butler during his time in Minnesota, commented “You’ve been there 4 days why is your locker so dirty? #answerthat”

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We need answers. #CommentsByCelebs

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As you can see, the locker on the right is just filled with stuff. There’s shoes, a coffee cup, what looks like more than one wallet (must be nice), a plastic bag and let’s be honest, probably some keys to a minivan.

We’re going to have to stick up for our guy, though. While he has only been in town for a short period of time, he hasn’t be able to get settled and set everything up. He dropped all his bags, hit a game winner in Charlotte and has not only embraced the city and their fans, but also the Here Come the Sixers song.

You do you, Jimmy. Take your time getting your locker set up and block out all the haters.

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