We've seen our fair share of mini-viral memes throughout pro sports' indefinite pause, from the Gossip Girl setup to incredible Andy Reid-iPod mash-ups during the Draft.
The latest format making the rounds is based on how unexpectedly odd 2020 has been, and the way it's derailed everyone's plans. It's a straightforward setup:
My plans: 2020: pic.twitter.com/bd3gp5OCpN— NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) May 19, 2020
Got it? Got it.
Enter former Eagles linebacker and special teamer Emmanuel Acho, who decided to ride the meme's wave and go after none other than former Eagles head coach Chip Kelly:
This isn't the first time Acho has put Kelly in his crosshairs. Back in 2018, he used his role on ESPN to light Kelly's rough start at UCLA on fire - and right after Kelly left a brief stint with ESPN, no less:
This is for all the players & fans that have ever had their season ruined by a Head Coach! Specifically, Chip Kelly. pic.twitter.com/eGqzocALRr— Emmanuel Acho (@EmmanuelAcho) October 11, 2018
Acho was also aggressive with his subtweeting back when the Eagles fired Kelly in 2015:
"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely"— Emmanuel Acho (@EmmanuelAcho) December 30, 2015
Of course, Acho isn't the only Eagle who has recently taken aim at Kelly, who is still coaching for UCLA, for now.
On the first night of this year's NFL Draft, former (and future?) Eagle LeSean McCoy and current Eagle DeSean Jackson were chatting about the old days on Instagram Live, and they quickly began trash-talking Kelly.
Now they're just talking trash about Chip Kelly.— Adam Hermann (@adamwhermann) April 23, 2020
And early in 2019, Jackson and former Eagle Michael Vick went to town on Kelly's decision-making during his time in Philly:
It's been years since Kelly was a hot name in the football world, but his former NFL players still seem to have plenty of contempt for The Man Who Changed Football.
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