Philadelphia fans are pathetic. Amirite?!?!
I mean, they throw snowballs at Santa, batteries at visiting players, they cheer when people get injured. They’re just complete and total drunken assholes. Every last one of them.
Oh, you know, except for the 65,000 in attendance last night who welcomed back to town the man that served as the Eagles’ head coach for 14 years and his quarterback. One was standing on the opposing sideline,
trying to succeeding at dismantling and embarrassing his former employer, while the other was busy having his number hung in the rafters.
Only because it’s Philly, the biggest storyline leading up to the Thursday night matchup was how the fans would receive the two men who were the brunt of a massive amount of criticism during their time together in the City of Brotherly Love. Well, you be the judge:
Andy Reid Steps Back on the Field in Philly
(Video via CrossingBroad’s YouTube page)
Donovan McNabb Honored at Halftime
I haven’t necessarily cleaned my ears out in a while, but if I’m not mistaken those were two standing ovations.
Suck on that, national media.
Meanwhile, three entire rows of fans were forcibly removed from the game last night after a massive fight broke out in the stands. So, uh, yeah, there’s that.