Natalie Egenolf has to walk to California and then paddle boat herself to Guam
The Philadelphia Eagles won in comeback fashion on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. The defense was clutch. Jalen Hurts was clutch, and just for one weekend, we were able to enjoy football again in Philly. During the game, Natalie Egenolf tweeted that she would be walking to California and then hopping on a paddle boat to go to Guam if the Eagles came back and won against the Panthers.
Obviously that happened. What hasn’t happened, however, is Natalie leaving for her trip half way across the world. Luckily for Eagles fans and the city of Philadelphia, Fletcher Cox plans on holding Natalie accountable for her tweet.
Everyone loves to give Natalie a hard time on social media. Sometimes she deserves it, other times, not so much. That’s the internet for you. As we all know, Twitter is 90% trash and 10% hilarious. Credit to her for powering through it. The responses to her tweet are all super weird but the fact that Fletcher Cox is now tweeting at Natalie about walking across the United States and then getting in a paddle boat to travel too Guam is A+ content.
According to known cartographer Kevin Kinkead from Crossing Broad, Egenolf is looking at roughly 2,700 miles to California. From there, she will board a rowboat and paddle to Guam, which looks to be another 3,000 or so miles west of Los Angeles.
That’s one hell of a trip but as we all know, if you tweet something, you must follow through. Natalie does follow me on Twitter and apparently is pretty loose with the block button. I think this article was a fair assessment of the situation so if she does read this, I better not get blocked. That would be a rude thing to do and on top of that, I would miss out on all of the content that’s coming from Parx Sportsbook and Natalie while she is walking across the country and then paddle boating to Guam. Can’t have it Natalie. Take your finger off the block button. It’s not worth it.
Hopefully Natalie plans her trip accordingly, as the Eagles have a short week with Tom Brady and the Bucs coming to South Philadelphia on Thursday night.