A Philadelphia home will be a house divided when Eagles face Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Almost the entire tri-state region is bleeding green, but there are a few detractors.

Some of them live under one roof with Eagles fans.

Megan Geenens, who was born and raised in the Kansas City area, will support the Chiefs. Her fiancé Justin Zeh will be cheering on his birds.

“It was really easy to work with because the Chiefs and the Eagles don’t play each other that often,” Megan said.

They always fired for each other’s teams and even dressed up as the Kelce brothers on Halloween.

That ended after the NFC and AFC championship games.

Today, the Philadelphia couple say they are the definition of a shared home.

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“It certainly makes the Super Bowl more interesting. There are many Philly Chiefs crossovers. We have Andy Reid, Kelce brothers, it kind of adds to that,” Justin said.

The pair say it’s a fun time for friendly banter about who’s going to win.

“What’s the name of the rat, I mean wolf? KC Wolf?” said Justin. “It’s clear that Swoop is an eagle.”

Megan replied: “He’s a wolf. Everyone calls him a rat!”

Justin says he doesn’t have to talk too much trash: his fiancee’s job covers that.

“I work at a school and immediately hung my Chiefs flag in my office. It was stolen in less than 24 hours,” Megan said. “They photoshopped my face on Swoop. Put this up all over the school. I’m like on my own little island in a sea of ​​eagles.”

Wearing an Eagles jersey with a Chiefs decal, her dog May is still trying to figure out where her allegiances stand.

“I would say she is both. But she’s been a Chiefs fan for a long time. She lived with me in Kansas City,” Megan said.

It’s a special year for the pair, who not only celebrate a Super Bowl trip for each of their teams, but also a fall wedding.

They say they are already working on friendly bets by the time the families unite.

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