Adam Lefkoe, Georges Niang had terrible answers to “most under appreciated Philly player” question on Twitter
Last night, known Boston website Barstool Philly had a stroke of creative genius, posing the question, “Who is currently the most under appreciated player in Philly?” Unfortunately, polls like that are usually idiot magnets, and some very prominent names left some idiotic replies.
Adam Lefkoe officially has no idea what’s going on
Lane Johnson is one of the city’s favorite players. When he missed games with personal issues, the fanbase rallied around him and even came after media members that tried to question it.
I’m pretty sure everyone in Philadelphia knows, loves, and appreciates him. Sure, we might have been a bit peeved when he got popped for PEDs, but he played his way back into our good graces and then some.
It’s disappointing because Adam Lefkoe is a (now borderline alleged) Philly guy. I want him to succeed, but he sometimes makes it so damn hard.
That’s what happens when you let this guy be one of the few Philly representatives in the national media.
At least our next name has a semblance of an excuse for his ridiculous answer.
Georges Niang answered with probably the most appreciated athlete in Philadelphia
This answer is quite literally bonkers from George Niang.
Jason Kelce is one of the most beloved Philadelphia athletes of ALL TIME. Can someone please get this article and/or the video below over to Georges Niang? Clearly, he missed the Super Bowl parade and honestly, you can understand why that would happen. He was stuck in Utah and as we all know, Utah doesn’t have cable or televisions.
Jason Kelce Super Bowl Speech
Side Note: That video literally never gets old.
I get he’s only been in the city for a year, but Jesus Christ, come on. It doesn’t take an investigative journalist to figure out how much we adore and appreciate Jason Kelce in this town. Plus, the opportunity was right there for him to say his teammate Tobias Harris. Most fans replied with his name, so it would have been a popular answer.
Truly an absurd answer, Georges. Jason Kelce will get a statue when his playing days are done while more than half of the Philadelphia 76ers fanbase thinks of Tobias as a total burden to the Sixers roster.
Like I said, Georges Niang at least has a semi-decent excuse, so we’ll give him somewhat of
Adam Lefkoe on the other hand? Not so much.