PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The NFL made a mistake.

Earlier this week, the NFL’s official Facebook page promoted a chance to win seats to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis. No problem, right?

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Sure, but in the post, the league promoted a matchup between the Patriots and Vikings. Both teams are playing in their respective conference championship games this weekend, and have yet to clinch a spot in the Super Bowl.

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Eagles fans were obviously unhappy, as Philadelphia hosts Minnesota on Sunday for a chance to go to the Super Bowl.

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Brandon Graham tells CBS Sports that he’s pleased the NFL put all the pressure on the Vikings.

“Somebody did something. That’s just wrong,” Graham said. “We still have a game to play. Let them believe that. Let them have that. We’re going to go out there and have fun on Sunday.”

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The NFL has since deleted their post.