We asked you to sing "Fly, Eagles Fly" to show the birds a little fan spirit.
And what we got was -- well, it was an avalance of incredible music, fitting for the finest fans in all of football.
THOUSANDS of you sent in your renditions.
We had songs played on everything from accordion to musical saw, organ to handbells and doorbells.
We had songs in Spanish, German, Arabic. Videos came from Thailand, Kenya, Tanzania, Los Angeles and all over our area.
Dogs barked it and birds sang it. The Valley Forge Military Academy’s Regimental Band marched to it at morning formation. Jefferson Nemours' Intensive Care Nursery sang it in the NICU – but very quietly "for our sick babies."
At last, we are ready to share our favorites from the Eagles Fight Song Challenge. Picking favorites wasn't easy! There were so many great renditions. But these stood out:
The Most People Involved
The West Chester Area Community Chorus ended their winter concert today with an audience sing-a-long
The Ocean City High School Chorus, along with other students, started their week off with the Eagles Fight song
Pennridge South Middle School in Perkasie, Pennsylvania shows its spirit
Glenview Avenue Elementary in Haddon Heights, New Jersey got the whole school involved
Good Samaritan Day School in Paoli, Pennsylvania, involved 260 children, 40 staff members and a sea of parents
The Most Creative Rendition
Remix by Andrew Meoray
A 8-bit video game music verion by "Seanicus"
At Blessed Trinity Catholic School, "Even Jesus is excited"
The DiNote Dance school in Washington Township, New Jersey rocks it out
The Rock School of Ballet flies high
The Most Unusual Instruments
On the musical saw
On keyboard tie
Ridley music teachers spin "Fly, Eagles Fly" on classroom instruments
A must-see Eagles Fight Song by the Four Squeezins
Temple University music student Dotan Yarden plays bassoon in 4-part harmony
Best Musical Ability
The Mendelssohn Club, one of the nation's oldest community choruses
Council Rock High School South's Vocal Ensemble has a jazz vocal version
Longwood Gardens uses 10,010 pipes on an organ to cheer for an Eagles win
Bagpiper John Nicklous, a retired Philadelphia police lieutenant
Aaron Quarterman's jazzy saxophone take