You will not believe what an Eagles fan did last night
I regret to inform the loyal readers of The Liberty Line that Philadelphia Eagles fans were at it again last night. For whatever reason, we seem to just never get fandom right. From throwing snowballs at Santa Claus. To the Go Birds kid yelling at that mom who was a Vikings fan, to the 76ers fan dumping popcorn on Russell Westbrook, everything the city of Philadelphia does is just terrible. Just last week, these disgusting Eagles fans were having sex in a bathroom stall at the Panthers game. Ew.
Not to mention, look at the way we treated Ben Simmons? We are to blame for him wanting out of Philadelphia. It certainly had nothing to do with Simmons not shooting a basketball and accepting responsibility for his own actions. It was literally our fault. All of it. Now that we’re all on the same page, let’s take a closer look at what transpired last night.
This Eagles fan made sure to give the touchdown ball to the Bucs fan after Leonard Fournette threw it into the stands.
Wait a god damn minute. This video must be fake? You mean to tell me that an opposing fan was in the stands, surrounded by Eagles fans, and when Leonard Fournette through a ball into the stands after scoring a touchdown, an Eagles fan caught it and then turned around and gave it to a Buccaneers fan?
In the age of misinformation, I would immediately think that this is nothing but what everyone likes to call “fake news”. However, the NFL Twitter account tweeted this themselves, so it has to be true.
Obviously this entire post is sarcastic, but with how much bullshit gets spread around by the national media in regards to Philadelphia and the great fans we have in this city, videos like this need to be shared. Across any sport, we are often criticized. Sometimes it’s valid, other times it’s not.
In this instance, an Eagles fan obviously wouldn’t want the football anyways, as the Buccaneers scored a touchdown, but the fact that he turned around and gave it to an opposing teams fan is simply a class act and should be recognized.