Eagles Prep For 12s By Pumping in Crowd Noise During Practice

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Coming off a huge “revenge” win against the Patriots, you just know the 12s are going to be rocking this weekend at CenturyLink Field. They won their regular season Super Bowl game, Russell Wilson can move again and they can run their winning streak up to three games with a win over the Eagles.

But it looks like the Eagles will be somewhat prepared for the raucous atmosphere, as they’re pumping in crowd noise (and loud music) to their indoor practices this week:

Listen to crowd noise Eagles pumping into practice bubble. CenturyLinkField voted Guinness Book of World Records loudest outdoor stadium 🙉 pic.twitter.com/RUSgY4thaa

— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) November 16, 2016


Eagles coach Doug Pederson addressed playing in Seattle (via Delaware Online):

“Going into this stadium, the 12th man, it’s real,” Pederson said. “Those things are the things that keep the offense from executing and staying on the field. This [Seahawks] team definitely feeds off of that … The point of emphasis this week is to handle that and minimize those penalties.

“We’ve got to handle the crowd noise better. There are quite a few factors we have to address and clean up going into these road games.”

LISTEN: Seattle is so loud the Eagles are planning to pump crowd noise into practice the next two days#weare12 #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/wzaNiwpZQC

— Jeff Skversky 6abc (@JeffSkversky) November 16, 2016