Philadelphia doughnut shop makes greased pole doughnut for Eagles fans

Philadelphia doughnut shop makes greased pole doughnut for Eagles fans

Philadelphia doughnut shop makes greased pole doughnut for Eagles fans

Bud Light then replied to Johnson on Twitter saying "Let's Make a bet". Everyone of drinking age, that is. "Win it all and the party is on us".

Lane Johnson and Chris Long, the masterminds behind Philadelphia's dog mask craze that's carried the Eagles all the way to the Super Bowl, called out the league when the NFL started selling dog-themed shirts to profit off Philly's playoff run. In a video posted on social media, the Bud Light king spoke to the Philadelphia Eagles. "We look forward to delivering on our promise and sharing a few beers with our friends in Philly should the Eagles bring home the Lombardi Trophy".

After the Eagles thumped the Vikings 38-7 in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, one may wonder if the folks at Bud Light had forgotten about that pledge.

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Johnson said last week that he's raised more than $100,000 for the cause.

Bud Light has changed its catchphrase of "Dilly Dilly" to "Philly Philly" - just this once. "We wish the Eagles the best of luck this weekend".

Philly has four Mountaineers on its active roster - CB Rasul Douglas, LB Najee Goode, RB Wendell Smallwood and WR Shelton Gibson - which is tied with Wisconsin, Florida, Florida State, Michigan, Oregon and Arkansas for the second-largest number of alumni from any one school in the Super Bowl. That's because the "king" also had a message for the Patriots: "And when thou feelest that the battle is all but lost, rely on the wisdom and handsomeness of they quarterback".

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