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Noah Syndergaard rips Philly fans (is correct)

Noah Syndergaard rips Philly fans (is correct)

The Phillies got beat up on by the New York Mets last night at Citizens Bank Park.

Yoenis Cespedes pounded the Phils into oblivion with an impressive three home run evening and Philly fans found themselves bored pretty quickly.

So they apparently started the wave.

Ugh.

The wave is obviously a hot button topic but Mets pitcher and CRIMINAL Noah Syndergaard has the correct opinion on the matter.

If you can't tell, I hate the wave. That said, if there is ever a remotely appropriate time to do the wave it's in a blowout, so we'll give Philly a pass for this one and remind you, despite being correct on the wave, Noah Syndergaard is a CRIMINAL.

Couple has amazing Eagles Super Bowl wedding cake

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Couple has amazing Eagles Super Bowl wedding cake

For better teams or worse. In bad seasons and good. In sickness and in Super Bowl champions.

That’s how that goes right? Maybe at least for this couple.

Ron and his new wife Megan truly found a way to put the icing on the sweet, sweet cake of the Eagles winning the Super Bowl.

Literally.

They designed an amazing custom Super Bowl LII championship cake, complete with an entire layout of the "Philly Special."

Check out their incredible cake below, and congratulations to the happy couple.

We’re glad you guys have two things to celebrate this year. We wish you a lifetime of happiness and many more Super Bowl wins.

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The internet is laughing at these comments from Odell Beckham Jr.

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The internet is laughing at these comments from Odell Beckham Jr.

Someone come help this man out.

In comments posted on NorthJersey.com, Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. said some ridiculous things about which the internet is having a good laugh.

Here’s what he said Thursday:

I feel like there’s no way you can’t score a touchdown in every quarter, and one somewhere else. It just doesn’t seem unrealistic to me. I feel personally, I could score two touchdowns every game. I feel like Saquon (Barkley) could score two every game. There are other people on this team who could score every single game. That’s over 35 points. It’s just a matter of executing it and making it happen, really. But it doesn’t seem out of reach for me in my mind, I don’t want to win 24-21. I’m trying to win 52-18, whatever they score – zero. Nobody said it had to be close.

What?

Is Beckham talking about the same Giants offense that has scored 28 total points in two games and the same team that hasn’t eclipsed the 30-point mark for 34 straight games?

The Giants have looked awful offensively this season and the internet is having a good laugh at these comments from the outspoken pass-catcher. 

If the Giants continue to look like they did last week against Dallas, the Eagles' defense will be looking forward to the two meetings this season.

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