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Eagles Fans Troll Titans Ownership

WATCH: Eagles fans troll Titans ownership after AJ Brown torched his former team in 35-10 win yesterday at the Linc

The Philadelphia Eagles dismantled the Tennessee Titans yesterday, winning 35-10 to improve to 11-1 on the season.

It was a beautiful day for football in South Philadelphia and finally, we had another 1PM game after a string of night games which always test the blood alcohol limits of birds fans tailgating all day.

With 1PM games, fans are up early and home early and Lincoln Financial Field was rocking yesterday as Jalen Hurts and company proved to be unstoppable on offense, while the defense slayed King Henry limiting him to just 30 yards on 11 carries. 

Eagles fans made sure that the small contingent of Tennessee fans in the building knew they were no match for Philadelphia, including the ownership box, throughout the game. 

The AJ Brown Revenge Game was in full effect yesterday, with the former Titans receiving torching his old team, hauling in eight passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns. 

Eagles Fans Troll Titans Ownership


The AJ Brown Revenge Game was in full effect yesterday, with the former Titans receiving torching his old team, hauling in eight passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns. 

For the Titans, their offer to keep Brown in a Titans uniform was disrespectful to say the least. Brown told ESPN the deal the Titans offered him averaged $16 million per season with incentives that would have pushed the annual average to $20 million. Then of course, Brown got the deal he wanted, agreeing to a four year, $100 million contract with $57.2 million in guarantees with Philadelphia.

In comparison, the Eagles wide receiving core did the following: 

  • AJ Brown: 8 REC, 119 YDS, 2 TD
  • DeVonta Smith: 5 REC, 102, 1 TD
  • Quiz Watkins: 5 REC, 37 YDS
  • Zach Pascal: 2 REC, 16 YDS

Needless to say, if you were paying attention to what was at stake yesterday, coupled with the fact that the Titans secondary has been horrible all season, your Sportsbook bank account should have been flush by last night. 


Up Next for the Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles will now hit the road for the next three weeks, traveling to New York, Chicago, and Dallas on Christmas Eve. They’ll return for the final two games of the season, starting with the New Orleans Saints on New Years Day and the Giants on January 8th. 


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