The last time the Philadelphia Eagles were in the Super Bowl, we only just started using MySpace and the iPod was still some newfangled thing. So it’s no wonder the city was extra careful in the lead up to the Eagles NFC Championship game against the Minnesota Vikings, because a win — taking the team to the Super Bowl — would have the place in raptures. SEE ALSO: American football won’t last much longer, because it’s killing itself Last week, businesses were also warned to put everything they owned inside and keep security cameras on. Then there were the crews dubbed “Crisco Cops” who greased poles to stop people from climbing on top of them. Greasing poles is something of a Philly thing apparently. Police did the same thing to stop ecstatic fans climbing poles following the Phillies’ 2008 baseball World Series win and the National Pennant in 2009. Well, the Eagles won on Sunday, and just like 2008 and 2009, thrilled fans managed to scale the city’s poles. The grease did nothing. Although, in one apparent case, one man was taken out by a pole. Yep, Philly is pretty damn excited right now. Although we couldn’t imagine what it’d be like if the Eagles managed to win the Super Bowl.