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7-year-old rips Jerry Jones in fan letter to Cowboys owner

7-year-old rips Jerry Jones in fan letter to Cowboys owner

This 7-year-old Cowboys fan gets it. 

Rylan Wood, who couldn’t stay up to watch the Cowboys-Titans game due to a strict 8:30 p.m. bedtime, woke up on Tuesday morning with the very bad news of yet another loss for his lowly, 3-5, Cowboys. 

So he decided to take matters into his own hands. 

After school, Rylan composed a strongly worded letter to the Dallas Cowboys’ owner and Philadelphia public enemy number one, Jerry Jones, following the team’s 28-14 loss. 

In the hand-written letter, the devoted fan, and second-grader, probably said it better than the rest of us could. Some of the highlights include “WE SUCK” (he’s not wrong) and “you have made my mom very mad.” However, Rylan is pretty fair, stating that he doesn’t want to hurt Jones’ feelings, but he’s had enough.

Check out his full letter below, which his mother, Kayla Jiminez, shared on social media. 

Well after my baby heard that we lost last night(his bed time is 8:30) he said he was going to write JJ a letter after...

Posted by Kayla Jimenez on Tuesday, November 6, 2018
 

C’mon Jerry, how can you let down a face like that? 

Seriously though, show us the lie in this kid’s letter. Even fans of the Cowboys currently hate the Cowboys. Maybe we’re not so different after all. 

Either way, we support this adorable little kid speaking the truth and we want him to know that he is always welcome to join the Eagles bandwagon. 

It’s never too late to join the Philly side, we’ve got cheesesteaks and more than three playoffs wins in the past 22 years. 

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Malcolm Jenkins explains why he flipped off Sean Payton

Malcolm Jenkins explains why he flipped off Sean Payton

The New Orleans Saints had their way with the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday to the tune of a 48-7 victory (see Roob's observations).

The frustration clearly boiled over for the Eagles players, including safety Malcolm Jenkins, who was caught on camera giving the finger in the direction of his former head coach Sean Payton.

Jenkins was beaten badly on a 4th-and-7 play when New Orleans was up big in the second half. Jenkins was caught one-on-one with Saints running back Alvin Kamara, who beat him for a 37-yard touchdown.

NBC Sports Philadelphia's John Clark spoke to Jenkins exclusively following the incident and asked him about it. You can watch that video above.

"I'm a competitor. I love Sean to death. I know what type of guy and coach he is. That was more so personal between me and him," Jenkins told Clark.

"We talked after the game. It's all good. I know Sean. They're going to go for it. I was more so upset that it was on me," Jenkins said. "I got a lot of respect for what they're doing, especially Sean."

Doug Pederson and Carson Wentz both also spoke to the media following the game, saying they were excited to go back to work following Sunday's loss. That makes two of us.

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Eagles fans erupt with anger to team's final score Tweet

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Eagles fans erupt with anger to team's final score Tweet

Eagles fans are upset. 

We get it.

The Eagles' 48-7 loss to the Saints this evening was painful to watch, and that’s putting it lightly. 

Since the Eagles' social media team may not be reading their mentions right now in a form of self-preservation (understandably), we decided to peruse their social media responses after the loss. 

It’s a dark and scary place filled with a lot of animosity and aggressive memes. But, understandably so.  

We found some of the most outrageous responses to match that equally outrageous loss. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There aren’t enough tweets to express all of our emotions right now after that loss, but these come pretty darn close. Stay angry, Eagles fans. 

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