Washington Commanders fans release song of the century, should win a Grammy
Well it’s over. You can forget about Meek Mill and every other Philadelphia rapper in existence. Britain Covey’s IG story after yesterday’s win over the Jaguars in the Eagles locker room with Dreams and Nightmares playing simply isn’t enough.
The Washington Commanders fanbase and their music scene have officially taken over as the best there ever was and will be after dropping this BANGER of a song as an ode to their 1-3 football team. I’m not sure how to get entered into the Grammys for “Song of the Year” but let me tell you, this song would take it easier than the Eagles taking the NFC East this season.
Washington Commanders Theme Song
Okay so obviously I was totally kidding.
This is the worst video and song that I have ever heard in my entire life and I can’t understand why the Commanders and their fanbase continue to embarrass themselves over and over again. The amount of self-inflicted wounds this team and their fans take on a weekly basis is honestly impressive.
All other NFL teams and fanbases don’t even have to do anything. Just sit back, relax, and just wait for another stupid thing for the Commanders and their fans to do. As someone who runs a Philly sports website, it’s like they are serving us things to write and make fun of them about on a silver platter.
I would much rather write about these types of things than ever touch another article about another website and more specifically, the Philadelphia Flyers.
That loser franchise and their “credentialed media reporters” got all worked up today because I said I would love to hack a competitors Twitter account and post pictures of porn and feet all over it out of spite. It was funny and honestly, somewhat truthful.
Read the whole thread. James Iacovone is a miserable loser and it should come as no surprise that he’s currently struggling with his own podcast and brand.
Point being, when it comes to the Commanders, they continue to embarrass themselves and we should thank them for it. It makes writing content for The Liberty Line so much easier and you don’t even have to deal with guys like James Iacovone on Twitter.