By Michael Bennett

You want to know how passionate Eagles fans can be, especially during an offseason when games aren’t played and one’s imagination takes flight?

A father and son were arrested last night in Winslow, N. J., after a bloody bar fight that began during an argument about the Eagles.

Brittan B. Holland, 32, and Christopher Hoffman, 56, both of the Sickerville, were each charged with aggravated assault in the fight after police found them at their home.

“They told officers that they did engage in a mutual fight at the Tavern,” police said in a statement. “Ironically Hoffman was wearing Pittsburgh Steelers slippers and Holland admitted to being a Dallas Cowboys fan.”

When Winslow police arrived at Joe’s Tavern on Williamstown Road at 8:30 p.m., they found an unconscious 36-year-old man in the parking lot with a head injury covered in blood. He was hospitalized with multiple facial fractures.

A 26-year-old man, who is the son of the tavern owner, had a severely swollen nose later determined to be broken.

The two men they fought with outside the bar fled in a car, but Holland and Hoffman were tracked down and arrested, police said. Both were still covered in blood when police found them.

Hoffman was charged with third-degree aggravated assault and released. Holland was charged with second-degree aggravated assault and held in the Camden County jail.

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