It’s safe to say that Philadelphia Eagles fans were pretty upset with the way Super Bowl LVII played out on Sunday night when they watched their team lose 38-35 to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Patrick Mahomes’ scramble on the Chiefs’ final drive put the team within range of a field goal, but it was a late penalty on Eagles cornerback James Bradberry that brought the team even closer. Harrison Butker would kick the go-ahead field goal to help the Chiefs win the game.

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Mahomes would win the Super Bowl LVII MVP award.

Philadelphia Eagles fans climb poles after going outside. (Fox Digital News)

In the East, Eagles fans took to the streets of Philadelphia to whoop and yell and take out their frustrations. Fans took to the roads under a heavy police presence.

A sea of ​​green marched down the street beating drums and yelling «Fuck the bosses!»

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Philadelphia police issued warnings to fans to disperse as the crowd began to get louder. Fans set off fireworks and scaled the greased poles. It didn’t seem like the crowds got too out of hand.

Eagles fan shows up to set off fireworks on the road.

Eagles fan shows up to set off fireworks on the road. (Fox Digital News)

Eagles fans take a photo in front of police.

Eagles fans take a photo in front of police. (Fox Digital News)

Philadelphia returned to the Super Bowl for the first time since the 2017 season. It was the first Super Bowl victory in franchise history, and the fans were overjoyed.

This time, Eagles fans were on the losing end after an excellent season. Jalen Hurts did everything he could to put Philadelphia in position to win, but it wasn’t enough.

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Hurts finished 27 of 38 with 304 passing yards and a touchdown.

Fox News’ Ramiro Vargas contributed to this report.