Eagles fans take to the streets after decisive win over Minnesota Vikings

Philadelphia Eagles fans took to the streets in joyous celebration after the Eagles dominant victory over the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, January 21.

SKYFOX was over the scene as fans flooded streets at Frankford and Cottman Avenues immediately following the game.

Meanwhile, fans filled the road on South Broad Street, where police have restricted parking until 3 a.m. Monday.

Philadelphia began extra patrols and the process of setting barricades in "hotspots" such as in the location of Broad and South Streets about 8:30 p.m.

The Philadelphia Mayor's Office released this statement on the Eagles NFC victory:

"I would like to offer my congratulations to Jeffrey Lurie, Christina Weiss Lurie, Howie Roseman, Doug Pederson, and all the coaches, players and staff of the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles! It's been an amazing season, and we are thrilled beyond words that there is still one very big game to go. I know fans of all ages, from all corners of this great city, are bursting with excitement, and I ask Philadelphians to enjoy the team's Super Bowl berth in a safe and respectful way. Let's celebrate with the same pride in our City that the players have shown throughout this astonishing season."

The Eagles take on the New England Patriots in two weeks, Febraury 4 in Super Bowl LII.