Sunday night time may’ve been actually shitty for New York Giants’ followers. The Philadelphia Eagles had been on the precipice of a second Super Bowl win in six years, lighting the Empire State Constructing inexperienced (once more), and it’s sufficient to make you abstain from cheesesteaks for a minimum of a number of months. But, when it mattered most, former Giants had a large influence on the end result of the sport.
In-season commerce acquisition Kadarius Toney hauled in a 5-yard TD to provide Kansas Metropolis a 28-27 lead early within the fourth quarter. Six snaps later after the additional level, kickoff, and an Eagles’ three-and-out, Toney returned a punt 65 yards to the 4 yard line that arrange one other Chiefs rating that pushed the result in 35-27.
Former Giants had a big impact on the Tremendous Bowl
Say what you need about Yung Joka’s time in New York, he punched a Cowboy. He’s an honorary Big for a minimum of a pair extra seasons. Add in that he helped beat an Eagles workforce that pistol-whipped New York a month in the past and talked shit whereas doing it, and he is perhaps Large Blue for all times.
Nonetheless, one other former Big was on the heart of the sport’s most talked about play, the holding name on third and lengthy that allowed Kansas Metropolis to run the clock all the way down to 11 seconds for a game-winning area purpose. James Bradberry, the cornerback who jumped from New York to Philly within the offseason, was the Eagle flagged for defensive holding.
To make issues worse, he admitted to holding after the sport.
Thanks, James. Now, anytime Eagles followers carry up that decision, and they’re going to for-ev-er, we’ve got affirmation of a penalty from the offender. Ought to’ve been referred to as, shouldn’t have been referred to as, it was referred to as, and it was A-OK with me.
I do know quite a lot of Chiefs followers and quite a lot of Giants followers, so I couldn’t be happier with the end result. It simply so occurs that former members of Large Blue had a large influence on the Eagles’ late-game collapse. Such is life. Have a superb offseason, Philly. Hahahahaha.