Eagles fans are known for a lot of things, most tend to not be very positive.
Sunday, the internet made sure to help us all keep track of what was going on in Philly, before, during, and after the Eagles and Vikings played for the NFC Championship.
Let's take a look at how things progressed in the City of Brotherly Love.
In what has become the iconic symbol of Sunday's "celebrations", this poor fellow, according to TMZ, Andrew Tornetta, refused to comply with orders to disperse by police in the parking lot before the game.
Instead, according to the report, Tornetta punched a police horse twice in the right shoulder and then hit the human officer in the face, which is always a terrible decision.
Oh, and it's the second time in two weeks a police horse took a fist from a human in Philly.
Fans also welcomed anyone wearing Vikings colors with class and, well, brotherly love.
Hey @Eagles, maybe next time the Vikings come play in your stadium, don’t allow your fans to throw full beer cans at our fans. My dad’s friends son got hit with one before the game, not acceptable. Bad sportsmanship... pic.twitter.com/eFeSD006xS— Nate Roy (@natehoIe) January 22, 2018
Also before the game, the city decided to be proactive, and keep fans from climbing light poles if the Eagles won.
Good morning from Philly where crews from the city are greasing the light poles with Crisco to prevent #Eagles fans from climbing after the #NFCChampionshipGame tonight. #Vikings pregame coverage starts at 3 on FOX9. They call themselves the #CriscoCops pic.twitter.com/w1ZkYWZhYG— FOX 9 Sports (@Fox9Sports) January 21, 2018
Of course, we knew what wouldn't stop them.
Sure enough, some fans were up to the Crisco Pole Challenge.
City workers in Philadelphia greased many of the city’s light poles to prevent Eagles fans from climbing them after the NFC Championship game. It looks like these happy fans were up for the challenge. https://t.co/Jqou2RxP08 pic.twitter.com/r0E1vzQ0CY— ABC News (@ABC) January 22, 2018
Others though, didn't need grease to have issues with a pole.
Some decided to create a new dance, which we're sure will catch on any day now.
There was also the classic dance-on-a-car move.
Oh, and let's not forget them letting the Vikings know they played a great game.
Eagles fans pelting a Vikings bus with bottles, cans, whatever they can find to throw (la410rod_official/IG) pic.twitter.com/CmOWV5iZA2— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) January 22, 2018
Forget the Patriots and Eagles playing eachother in the Super Bowl.
The real matchup, is Patriots fans and Eagles fans.
May the best fanbase win.
After all the classless Eagles fans I have seen... this is accurate ⤵ pic.twitter.com/pjZ3Pu1mNB— Heidi Zimmerman (Cousin Heidi) ➡️ Oso🧸 (@Heidiaca) January 22, 2018