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Andrew Whitworth believes Eagles 'have been circling' game vs Chiefs after Super Bowl loss: 'They’re fired up'

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Like millions will on Monday night, Super Bowl champion and Amazon Prime Video NFL analyst Andrew Whitworth will be watching the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles for the first time since their epic Super Bowl LVII matchup earlier this year. 

The Chiefs were victorious in Glendale, Arizona in February, as a Harrison Butker field goal made it a 38-35 game following a holding penalty from cornerback James Bradberry on receiver Juju Smith-Schuster. 

Whitworth was with Eagles center Jason Kelce on his bye week, where they discussed the rematch and how he's never beaten his little brother, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, since they have played in the league. 


Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce (62) prepares to snap the ball during Super Bowl LVII between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles on February 12, 2023 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ. (Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

But Whitworth gets the impression that, despite some Eagles blowing off the obvious elephant in the room surrounding this game, Philly is ready to make a statement. 

He put it in only a way Whitworth can.

"It’s like, you know, when my wife’s mad at me and I ask her and she says, ‘Nothing’s wrong.’ When you ask the Eagles and they say, ‘It’s not that kind of game. We’re not even thinking about any of that,’ it means something’s wrong," Whitworth, who will be on hand for the NFL’s first Black Friday game between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins on Amazon Prime Video, told Fox News Digital. "It means they are ready for this one. You know this game means a lot to