Twitter reacts to James Bradberry’s holding penalty in Eagles’ Super Bowl loss to Chiefs

The Eagles dominated the Chiefs early but folded on defense late in a 38-35 loss to Kansas City in Super Bowl LVII.

A game for the ages had several big plays, but the outcome will be marred by a late 3rd down holding penalty on Philadelphia All-Pro cornerback James Bradberry with 1:54 left in the fourth quarter.

Instead of kicking a field goal and giving the Eagles a decent amount of time for a final drive, the Chiefs ran the clock down and broke a 35-35 tie with a Harrison Butker 27-yard field goal.

Social media reacts to everything and the potential blown call was the subject of discussion.

James Seltzer

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Video of a late-game penalty has never been clearer and Bradberry’s called hold will be talked about for years to come.

Pat McAfee

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