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Foles love, Brady hating, and other inspiring signs from the Eagles Super Bowl parade

From the heartwarming to the entertaining, here are some of the best signs from the 2018 Super Bowl parade celebrating the Philadelphia Eagles.

An Eagles fan holds up a “top dog” sign at the 2018 Super Bowl parade.
An Eagles fan holds up a “top dog” sign at the 2018 Super Bowl parade.Read moreCaitlin McCabe

The day for which some Philadelphia Eagles fans have been waiting a lifetime is here, and it looked like some of them spent all that time getting ready for it.

Thursday's parade offered interesting fashion choices from players, standout fan garb, and intriguing lines overheard in the crowd. But the best-prepared fans displayed signs ranging from heartwarming to flat-out entertaining.

Some of our favorites:

The Sweet

The official Twitter for Team Giovanni, started for 10-year-old Giovanni Hamilton, a Pennsylvania child with a rare genetic condition, showed support for the Philadelphia Eagles. Giovanni has been featured on TLC's "Two in a Million," a show about people living with rare diseases.

Another shows a young boy named A.J., with a sign that reads: "I may be blind, but you don't have to see it to believe it."

The Brady haters

Patriots QB Tom Brady came in for all kinds of grief from sign-wielders. Some posters riffed on the Eagles' unofficial anthem by Meek Mill, "Dreams and Nightmares" which has been both loved and hated. Yet another expressed this town's extreme distaste for sportscaster Cris Collinsworth.

The heaven-sent

Messages appeared from above, giving a nod to Bud Light's famed "Philly Philly, Dilly Dilly," while others showed admiration for quarterback Nick Foles. In Foles they trust.

Lombardi Trophy

The Eagles brought home the real thing, but fans wanted their own versions. Jenna Lamoreaux, a 30-year-old from Kensington, and her three friends came prepared with Eagles props in tow. Her friend created this custom champagne bottle — featuring the Eagles logo — and they made their own version of the Lombardi Trophy

Interested in more? Follow the Inquirer's live coverage of the 2018 Super Bowl parade.