The Eagles looked like one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl this year with a balanced team. The team has been destroying their opponents from the start of the tournament. While the San Francisco 49ers seemed a formidable opponent, Erin Andrews’ interview with QB Brock Purdy assured fans that the Eagles would be headed to the Super Bowl even before the game started.
The game proved the fans right as the Philadelphia Eagles continued their astonishing run in the tournament. The 49ers, who won most of their games, looked very ordinary against the Eagles. The Eagles hundred the 49ers down, giving them no chance to win. The scorecard of the match finished at 31-7, the Philadelphian team winning with a mammoth twenty-four points margin!
Before the game, many fans speculated that Erin Andrews’ interview with QB Brock Purdy would bring the 49ers bad luck and cause them to lose.
What did fans say regarding Erin Andrews’ interview with QB Brock Purdy?
Fans noted that Erin Andrews took two interviews prior to the one with Purdy, and both players, along with their teams, lost in those matches. Thus, when she posted photos of herself with Brock, Eagles fans could ensure themselves that they would go on to destroy the 49ers in the Championship game.
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What did fans say?
Even before the game, many fans were confident enough to tweet the Eagles’ victory.
A fan tweeted, “Every time #ErinAndrews does a pre-game interview with someone, they stink up the field. I wouldn’t want to talk to that lady 👀.”
Another fan wrote, “Erin Andrews has interviewed Saquon [Barkley] and Dak [Prescott], and both lost.”
A fan gaining confidence from the previous tweet wrote, “Feeling pretty good about the [Philadelphia] Eagles’ chances now!”
Well, it seems like the 49ers have proven the fans and their prediction, to be precise. On the other hand, Erin will have a hard time interviewing players in the future. It will be interesting to watch whether any player is brave enough to sit for an interview with her just days before the Super Bowl.