As everyone knows, there’s a lot to catch up on from this past weekend! One of the most thrilling Super Bowl games went down on Sunday with the Eagles pulling a 41-33 upset win over the Patriots. Regardless of who won or lost, this Super Bowl Sunday was definitely one to remember. We got to see some great plays and even better players, oh and don’t get my started about the fans roaring from all over. Stay tuned as we recap it here in the Social Media Roundup on MLL Press Box

 

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Greg Gurenlian was excited to see what fans were thinking at the start of the game. He tweeted out a poll question asking fans who they were rooting for, Patriots or Eagles or Justin Timberlake. The poll winner was the Eagles even at the start of the game… Did Gurenlian just foreshadow the outcome of the game?

 

 

One guy that wasn’t rooting for the Eagles was Atlanta Blaze player, Deemer Class. Even though he isn’t a fan of either team, he was a fan of Tom Brady this Sunday and wanted the Patriots to come out with the win over the Eagles.

 

 

Someone that wasn’t too impressed with Tom Brady’s performance was Ohio Machine player, Peter Baum. 

 

 

Either way, I think we can all agree with Baum's teammate, Marcus Holman, on this one. This game was entertaining to say the least.

 

 

Let's not forget about the half time show and Justin Timberlake! Florida Launch player, Jovan Miller, and Ohio Machine player, Logan Schuss, were ready for some JT.

 

 

This is what Paul Rabil thinks about JT and his preformance... you know, the G.O.A.T.? Or "Greatest Of All Time."

 

Being a Patriots fan myself, it was a sad, sad way to end my Super Bowl Sunday, but for some people it was the best way to end the night. As we can see a few of these players were happy to see the Eagles pull through with the win... #FlyEaglesFly

 

 

Overall, it was fun while it lasted, but that's a wrap. The end of the football season just means the beginning of spring sports and you know what that means... yes, lacrosse is coming! Can't wait to see what 2018 has in store for the Major League Lacrosse teams and our beloved players. We will track it here on Social Media Roundup. 

 

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