Down Goes Brady!

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Superbowl LII was a high scoring shootout between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles came in as the underdog, as they had their backup quarterback leading the offense who was going up against one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, Tom Brady. Although they were the underdog, the Eagles were able to come out on top, winning the game by a score of 41-33.

Just like it is every year, the Superbowl dominated the lives of Americans on that special Sunday, February 4th.  PCNN decided to seek out the truth and find out how Panther Creek students were weighing in on the big game. It became clear that the majority of students were going for the Eagles, as Tom Brady is the enemy in the eyes of many.

To capture the best information from the current students, we conducted interviews before the Superbowl, as well as after. This enabled PCNN to discover how fans felt before and after their team won or lost.

Our most dedicated fans came from the Eagles side and included three seniors, one of which was actually at the Superbowl. The Superbowl attendee was Holden Heron, who is hands down the most passionate Eagles fan at Panther Creek. He stated before the game that, “we match up with them better at almost every single position.” The confidence he had in them was very admirable and when they ended up winning, he had some words of wisdom: “We won because of Doug Pederson’s aggressive mindset.”

Matt DiPasquale also had some supportive words for the Eagles as they were pursuing their championship run: “Nick Foles’ hands over Tom Brady’s hands.” This statement was said in light to the dropped pass by Brady in the first half, compared to the caught TD pass to Nick Foles in the second half.

Not only did we find out how the Eagles fans felt, but the Patriots needed some love too. Skyler Georges was in favor of the Patriots, and said, “I just think we had some fluke plays” that she thought had a great effect on the outcome of the game.

Overall, it was a great day in the eyes of Eagles fans as they won their first Superbowl in history.

Seeking the truth and reporting.


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