Eagles offer tickets to fan who feared missing Super Bowl

Eagles offer tickets to fan who feared missing Super Bowl

"Love you Haley, bring us home a win!" says the appeal at Haley is Going to the Super Bowl. In a show of hometown pride, they compiled a playlist of songs by and for the good people of Philadelphia, Penn., perhaps in the hope that the power of music would inspire a win for their boys on Sunday.

Haley Parks, the Rutgers University junior who thought she missed the Super Bowl after coming out of dental surgery, is headed to Minneapolis to see her Eagles take on the Patriots. While you're at it, enjoy the puppers, kitties and other furry friends we saw in our Tiny Desk Contest entries from a year ago.

Haley Parks' father tells the team reached out on social media Friday, offering his daughter the tickets.

"Everything is just happening so quickly", he said. I want the Eagles to win so bad.

Haley was sitting in a restaurant when she saw the post and said she "literally started screaming" over it. As of Thursday evening, the clip had been viewed more than one million times. Shoudt, left, takes part in the Wing Bowl in Philadelphia. She next asks if she can attend the game.

The video starts off with Parks' mom ensuring her that her chin is still there.

In a wide-ranging, if not always coherent, conversation, Haley Parker says the players are "like my sisters", expresses concern for the mother of injured quarterback Carson Wentz and wonders if she's drowning after feeling teardrops on her face. "Way better, way better".