Student aces Problem & Solution paper in English class by explaining that Jeffrey Lurie should fire Howie Roseman
Finals week for college students before Christmas break is always brutal. Half of The Liberty Line hasn’t done shit all week “because of finals” but then continues to send Snapchats of them drinking all night. I don’t know how that makes sense but that’s beyond the point. Here’s another weekend update for you while there’s nothing else to write about.
Stumbled across this Instagram post from Barstool Philly about a kid who handed in a paper for his English class explaining why Jeffrey Lurie should fire Howie Roseman. Ignore the annoying piece of hair on this kid’s screen. I almost had second thoughts of even writing this because it bothered me so bad but that’s just my OCD kicking in. I definitely don’t want to be blamed for having a dirty computer screen.
The paper states that Howie Roseman has severely harmed the organization through his picks on draft day. It questions Roseman’s ability to evaluate talent and references the JJ Arcega-Whiteside selection over DK Metcalf. It continues on to say that the Jalen Reagor pick was terrible, obviously because Justin Jefferson was still available.
The kid got a perfect 20/20 score on the paper.
The only issue I have with this paper is the fact that he says Jalen Reagor doesn’t make an impact on game day. He definitely makes an impact, it’s just a negative impact. Look no further than the two dropped passes last week against the New York Giants.
Regardless, the student definitely has a point and I’m glad the youth of today are speaking up now while this season is still happening before the Eagles enter an offseason with three first round draft picks next year. Howie Roseman can’t be trusted.
Overall, the paper was pretty decent. This kid is already a better writer than over half the people here at The Liberty Line. He also got an A+ on this paper so he must be a pretty smart kid in school.
As always, Cut Reagor. Fire Howie. It’s a Philadelphia battle cry. Go Birds.