Eagles fans have been called one of the "most intimidating" to face in the NFL -- and they didn't disappoint over the weekend.
Some Philadelphia supporters sought to help maintain this reputation, apparently egging the Washington Redskins travel bus while it was en route.
Redskins defensive lineman Chris Baker documented evidence of the egging Sunday.
The Washington Redskins bus appeared to be egged en route to Philadelphia for a game against the Eagles Sunday. (Image source: Chris Baker/Instagram)
"Our bus got egged on the way to the game only in Philly lol #gameday," Baker wrote on Instagram.
WTXF-TV reported that the incident occurred shortly before the bus rolled into Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.
The Redskins played the Eagles Sunday afternoon in Eagle territory. Despite coming back in the fourth quarter, putting some points on the board, the Redskins ended up losing 24-16.
With their win, the Eagles snapped a 10-game home losing streak. The team hadn't won at home in 413 days since defeating the New York Giants on Sept. 30, 2012. The Eagles now enter their bye week on a three-game winning streak, having turned things around after consecutive home losses last month.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
(H/T: CBS Sports)