The Eagles offered Super Bowl tickets to anesthesia-induced fan who thought she missed the game

Getting your teeth pulled is a disorienting — and sometimes hilarious — experience.

Doubly so if your team is about to play in the Super Bowl.

Imagine poor Haley’s terror when she got a dental procedure finished and, woozy on drugs, thought she may have missed the Super Bowl. That’s, like, a nightmare-level scenario — getting some simple work done on your teeth and missing the biggest sporting event of your life.

That was Kevin Hart trying to get on stage with the Eagles as they were awarded the Lombardi Trophy, but security turned him away. Which was hilarious, to be sure. But Hart won out in the air. He got to cuss on national television!

Hart’s a Philadelphia native, and I’m happy for him but only because that throwback Eagles letterman jacket is FLAMES.

Dilly dilly! You can’t escape the ubiquitous catchphrase from Bud Light’s current ad campaign.

The Sabres have picked up points in six straight road games (5-0-1), a stretch that includes wins at Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Boston and Detroit, plus an overtime loss in Ottawa. The Sabres haven’t lost in regulation on the road since Jan. 18 against the New York Rangers.

Buffalo is 10-14-7 on the road and 8-18-4 at home.

Against the Red Wings, the Sabres allowed the tying goal with 1:25 left in regulation before Scandella’s heroics.

“I was wondering if it was good,” Scandella told The Buffalo News. “I kind of saw through my peripherals the light going on after, but I wasn’t sure.

“It was a fun game for us. It’s a building block for our team, and it’s a great feeling.”

Evander Kane scored his 20th goal and Rasmus Ristolainen had a goal and an assist as the Sabres ended a three-game losing streak (0-2-1).

Kane played despite the fact that he may be traded in the coming days.jaguars_116-223x223