Photos: Crews Work to Clear Snowy Linc

Crews work to clear snow from Lincoln Financial Field after the Eagles-Vikings game was moved from Sunday to Tuesday night.

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Traditional shovels were also used.
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Snow forced the Eagles NFC East championship party for 48 hours after their game was postponed due to snow.
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The 8 p.m. on NBC part is right but instead of Sunday Night Football the game will be played Tuesday night.
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A lot of fans were left to wonder after the storm why the game got canned. The "Daily News" expressed their opinion. But as for crews at the Linc, their work was ahead of them.
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Instead of the Linc being packed there were just grounds crew people out there Sunday trying to stay ahead of the storm.
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They had to bring the plows out of the tunnell instead of the Eagles.
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Plows went back and forth on the Linc tarp-covered turf Sunday afternoon to try and keep ahead of the snow.
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Traditional shovels were also used.
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The plow is "GOOOODDDDDDDDDDD!"
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Protecting the floating camera was a must.
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By nightfall the snow was still coming down on the playing surface.
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Crews were working through the night to move snow off the field.
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Eagles employees Leonard Bonacci, Tony Leonard and Jason Miller. Show off the division champ hats the Eagles would be wearing if they were actually at the Linc instead of being sent home.
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The lights will go on again Tuesday night.
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