Rough loss β€” thanks refs β€” but a great season (Instagram/@mischievousminis)

Philadelphia fans fill the streets to commiserate in solidarity 

QB Jalen Hurts broke records, but the Eagles were outplayed in the Super Bowl, losing to the Chiefs 38-35 after a late penalty ruined comeback chances.

  • Philadelphia fans still gathered on Broad Street for a subdued celebration of “not being Kansas City” and a great season for the Birds. There were drumlines and even fireworks, WHYY News reports.

Hurts took it in stride, saying “You either win or you learn.” If you’re struggling to find the same zen, Nick Kariuki got tips from the experts on how to recover.   

β†’ There’s even a sad fan support group

Sad fans walk home after the Philadelphia Eagles fall to the Kansas City Chiefs, 38-35, in Super Bowl LVII. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY)

Comcast blames Super Bowl outage on vandalism in Kensington

For a good part of the day on Sunday, Philadelphians in the River Wards could not get their last bit of Eagles fix.

  • Comcast’s Xfinity service went down early afternoon in the area around Fishtown, leading to major frustration as the outage disrupted watch parties and pregame fun. 

Service was finally restored about 20 minutes after kickoff. What happened? “Vandalism” in Kensington, a company rep told Billy Penn. 

β†’ Here’s what we know

Comcast Technology Center in Philadelphia; Billy Penn illustration (Mark Henninger/Imagic Digital)

RECAP: What else happened?

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MAYOR WATCH

Nothing public on Mayor Kenney’s schedule today. Last night he offered congratulations to “Jeff Lurie, Howie Roseman, Nick Sirianni, and all the coaches, players and the entire front office staff” for a thrilling Philadelphia Eagles season. 

ON THE CALENDAR

🏩 The day after Valentine’s Day seems a good time as any for a speed dating event, this one with bingo at Warehouse on Watts.Β Tix are $20. (6 to 11 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15)

🦜 Good timing? “Conversations with Birds” opens at the Academy of Natural Sciences, with dozens of exhibits, demonstrations, and hands-on events. (Saturday, Feb. 18,Β through May 21)