Eagles Vs. Patriots: Local Brews On The Line For Super Bowl LII
Stakes are High Between Pennsylvania, Massachusetts Sens.
Washington, D.C. - With the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots set to square off in the Super Bowl on February 4, 2018, U.S. Senators Bob Casey (D-PA), Pat Toomey (R-PA), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Ed Markey (D-MA) have placed a friendly wager on the outcome of the game. The losing team will deliver home state products to the winners of the wager.
• Senators Casey and Toomey have wagered Philly Cheesesteaks and beer from Yards Brewing Company.
• Senators Warren and Markey have wagered Massachusetts-brewed beers, including an assortment from Jack's Abby of Framingham, Notch of Salem, Flying Dreams of Worcester and Cisco of Nantucket.
"While we'd love to share some Pennsylvania food and drink with our colleagues, we're confident that Doug Pederson and the Eagles will be marching down Broad Street following a big Super Bowl win," said Senators Casey and Toomey. "Nick Foles has admirably stepped in for Carson Wentz and the defensive line has caused opposing offenses headaches all year, which should deflate Tom Brady. Eagles fans have been waiting almost sixty years for another championship; needless to say Super Bowl Sunday cannot come soon enough. Fly, Eagles Fly."
"John Adams once said, ‘Facts are stubborn things.' So here are some facts: Tom Brady is the GOAT, the Patriots are Not Done, and New England is ready to win our sixth Super Bowl," Senators Warren and Markey said. "In consolation to Sens. Toomey and Casey, we will be united at game's end when our team lifts the Lombardi Trophy and says, ‘Tonight, we are ALL Patriots.'"