Eagles Post Game Interviews Were Infuriating

Miss the Eagles game yesterday? Here’s a quick recap. Big fat poops. The defense was torched all game long, made Kirk Cousins look like Tom Brady. Good Tom Brady too. Doug made some very questionable calls like letting the kicker try and convert a 4th down fake in field goal range. Just an overall poor performance all around, except Wentz. If you think he was part of the problem yesterday you’re a crazy person. That man did literally everything he could to pull them from the depths of that loss.

Now, these things will happen. You can’t win them all and you’re going to get handled from time to time. Buuuuuuuuttt. It’s how these players handled it after that is a big no no for me.

Rasul Douglas who was absolutely merked yesterday after the game acts like it’s nothing.

Yeah no shit you have to fix it. I understand you just had a tough day at the office and you want to move on. Fine. I can kinda live with that but come on.

But then I saw Zach Brown (not that Zack Brown) after the game. He was asked a bunch of questions about Kirk Cousins and was not pleased about it one bit.

Ummmm no Zach. That’s not how this works. You don’t call a guy on the other team the weakest part of the squad and then when that guy cooks you act like no one can talk about it. You want to talk shit you either back ti up or take your lumps like a man. This is probably the worst display of poor sportsmanship I’ve ever seen in my entire life. Crying like a little baby. Next week ZACH don’t give the other team bulletin board material or at least show the fuck up when it’s game time.

Thank God for Sam Darnold or the entire day would have been a dumpster fire. Cowboys next week with a chance to take control of the division. Insane to think but the Giants are right there as well now too. Just NFC East football looking like four Dolphins teams fighting over that first overall pick.

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