Philadelphia Eagles fans are already calling the 2015 season a dumpster fire, but this fan takes the prize for most epic rant.
If you ever spent a Sunday afternoon driving through the tri-state area of South Jersey, Pennylvania, and Delaware, you would be washed in a sea of green and white, an ode to the regions undying love for the Philadelphia Eagles. However, after Sunday’s embarrassment at the hands of the rival Dallas Cowboys, that allegiance may be tested quickly.
You see, Eagles fans wear their hearts of their sleeves, and they’ll be the first to tell you when their team is playing like a dog. They’ll be the first to rail into the rushing offense mustering all of an NFL-worst 35 yards per game.
However, none of them can hold a candle to this fan who went on an epic 10-minute rant that will dust any rant for all time.
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I’m not sure this dude is ready to give up on his team yet, but he’s certainly not happy with the outcome so far. However, there are some moments of clarity here, almost as though he reaches some sort of catharsis by blowing off some steam.
By the time he was done, you’d have assumed that the team had just tanked the entire season, Chip Kelly was the devil, Kiko Alonso was a bomb, and I’m sure there was a few references to pre-meditated murder in there as well. About the only thing we know for a fact is that he certainly isn’t pleased with DeMarco Murray, who gave Philadelphia just two yards on 13 carried on Sunday, and has 11 total yards on the season, good enough for an unhealthy 0.5 yards per carry.
But hey, this fan got it all out and hopefully he finds some peace before Sunday’s match-up with the Washington Redskins.
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