The Eagles wasted no time basking in the glory of their victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, trolling Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift on social media after the 21-17 victory.
Philadelphia's official account on X tweeted out a picture of a friendship bracelet that said 'Eagles win' with the caption a reference to Swift's hugely successful tour: 'In our winning era'.
The bracelet is a reference to the Swift fandom and Kelce tried to hand Swift a bracelet with his phone number on after her show in Kansas City this year but failed, before the couple were eventually set up together.
Philadelphia's narrow win marked the first time that Jason Kelce has beaten his brother Travis - and the Chiefs star had a moment to forget in the fourth quarter.
The Eagles trolled Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift with by posting a friendship bracelet after beating the Chiefs in the NFL on Monday night, adding the caption: 'In our winning era'
Other fans joked about Swift's reaction after Kelce's fumble in a decisive moment
Kelce had the ball punched out of his hands by the Eagles defensive back Bradley Roby
After making a catch, Kelce had the ball punched out of his grasp by Eagles defensive back Bradley Roby in the red zone.
While the Chiefs tight end still scored a touchdown during the game, the fumble proved pivotal given his team were leading 17-14 at the time of the game.
And the fans piled in on his misery on social media - with plenty of references to his girlfriend Taylor Swift, too.
One shared a video of her from a different Chiefs game, reacting with disappointment to a play, with the the crying with laughter emoji and the caption: 'Taylor Swift after the Travis Kelce fumble'.
Others were joking about Kelce's dip in form coinciding with when Swift isn't in the crowd.
One fan shared a video of an assistant at a fast food joint dropping drinks on the floor with the caption: 'Travis Kelce when Taylor Swift isn’t in the crowd'.
A different fan wrote on X: 'Maybe Travis Kelce should focus more on ball security and less on Tayler (sic) Swift'.
For his part, Kelce was visibly gutted when he spoke to media after the loss, which now leaves the Chiefs on 7-3 for the season.
'I've got to be better,' he said. 'I'm not playing up to the level I have in the past. I've got to be better.
'The turnovers in the second half, the flags - it's all fixable, we've just got to do it.'
Kelce and the Chiefs return to action on Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders.