(Photo via twitter.com/PhillyCityRep)
Let’s get it out of the way: Go Birds.
OK, still not over it. And we won’t be for at least the rest of the day, because the Philadelphia Eagles just won the Super Bowl for the first time ever. We can only assume you feel the same.
So, let’s just celebrate this moment for a little longer and keep it simple: Here are a bunch of tweets from Philly social impact folks about the Eagle’s historic win.
Before the game, city employees shared their team spirit …
— City of Philadelphia (@PhiladelphiaGov) February 4, 2018
… and North Broad Renaissance asked people celebrating to “keep it classy.”
He showed up on Broad St. dressed perfectly for an Eagles win! Remember to keep it classy like this guy while you're out having fun tonight! Photo via Philly Chit Chat #ThinkBroad #SuperBowlSunday pic.twitter.com/jtV7fLS8TQ
— North Broad (@ThinkBroad_) February 4, 2018
During the game, the Fund for the School District of Philadelphia couldn’t contain its excitement …
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— The Fund for the SDP (@fundPHLschools) February 5, 2018
… and CityWide Stories Engagement Editor Swabreen Bakr reminded us that playing football isn’t for the faint of heart.
Enjoying this game but also worried about these head injuries pic.twitter.com/Cg7MJYDMEE
— Swabreen Bakr (@ssscorvus) February 5, 2018
But it was after the game that the internet got really lit. Mayor Jim Kenney couldn’t believe his eyes.
OMG! It's just so unbelievable! Couldn't be happier for our team and our coach.
— Jim Kenney (@PhillyMayor) February 5, 2018
Technical.ly Philly reporter Roberto Torres recorded some very hype fans at the Overbrook Regional Rail station.
— Roberto Torres (@TorresLuzardo) February 5, 2018
Habitat for Humanity Philly touted its status as an Eagles Care alumni partner.
ACLU’s Bill Cobb celebrated the win and activism of players such as Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long.
— William M. Cobb (@bcobbACLU) February 5, 2018
Knight Foundation’s Patrick Morgan quoted Coach Doug Pederson.
— Patrick Morgan (@PMorganPHL) February 5, 2018
The City of Philadelphia shared its pride.
— Philly City Rep (@PhillyCityRep) February 5, 2018
This morning, Back on My Feet Philly had some extra pep in its step.
— BackonMyFeet Philly (@BoMFPhilly) February 5, 2018
And Shift Capital kept is simple:
— Shift Capital (@Shift_Capital) February 5, 2018
P.S. Morris Animal Refuge offered a suggestion for your post-Super Bowl activities.
— Morris Animal Refuge (@MorrisAnimal) February 5, 2018
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