Huddle Shuttle in Union Square

Huddle Shuttle in Union Square

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

Nat Zegree and Emily Schultheis could have gone to the movies for their date. Instead they settled for football drills in Union Square.

"I think I was secretly more excited than her," Nat said.

"But then I kicked his butt in the video game," Emily said.

"She did, she kicked my butt in the video game," Nat responded.

The lovebirds decided to check out the Join the Huddle tour presented by P.C. Richard and Son. It is a mobile football-themed display as the countdown to the big game continues.

The tour has a replica football locker room complete with Super Bowl memorabilia and that of the Jets and Giants. Perhaps most stunning is the Vince Lombardi Trophy room, complete with the actual Lombardi Trophy that will be awarded when Super Bowl 48 is played at Met Life Stadium in February.

Thomas Roberts did a push-ups contest with one of the Huddle Shuttle tour guides. Thomas lost.

So whether you're looking to see if you're the next Eli or Geno or just something really cool to do with your girl, stop by the Huddle Shuttle next time you see it.

Fellas, be warned: you may win the drills but she may win the agility demo.

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