It’s never been a secret that Philadelphia fans are incredibly passionate, especially when it comes to the Philadelphia Eagles.
So, it’s not that big of a surprise to find out that a local artist has gone a little too far to show her support for her lifelong team.
Recently, painter Meg Saligman made the rounds for her latest mural, which depicts both Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes being eaten by a giant Eagle.
The veteran coach — who, ironically, coached the Eagles for more than a decade — is holding a sign that reads HELP in all caps, while Mahomes is being held in the bird’s claws.
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Notably, this isn’t the first time that Saligman has put together a piece of this kind.
Back in 2018, just days before Super Bowl LII, she painted a mural of an Eagle clutching Tom Brady in its talons and judging by that game’s outcome, we won’t blame her for trying to replicate that same success on Sunday.
But that’s not where her superstitions stop, as she admits she’ll tune in and watch Super Bowl LVII wearing the very same pajamas she wore when the Eagles beat the Patriots.
The Eagles are one-point favorites ahead of the big game, but beating Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs will demand perfection from Nick Sirianni’s team.
They boast the best offensive line and defensive line in the league, but we already know what the reigning MVP is capable of.
So, whatever helps, helps, even if it’s a giant eagle painted on a wall.NEXT: Patrick Mahomes Looks To Break A Streak On Sunday