Giants throw eagles by playing “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” theme after winning

Giants throw eagles by playing “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” theme after winning


After defeating the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, the New York Giants obsessed over their rivals by playing a particular TV song.

The Philadelphia Eagles had the opportunity to gain ground over the Dallas Cowboys at the NFC East. All they had to do was beat the New York Giants, who were coming off a failed performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week. Instead, it was the Eagles who laid an egg, losing to the Giants 13-7 on Sunday.

How could things get more humiliating for vultures, you wonder? Well, the giants played the theme song of the hit TV show It’s always sunny in Philadelphia, as Eagles fans left MetLife Stadium. You can clearly hear it as the Giants return to Sacon Barkley’s post-game interview with Kim Jones of the NFL Network.

Giants ride the Eagles by playing “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”

The gang loses a winable match at MetLife.

Philadelphia’s two-game winning streak is headed to New Jersey, and their third win would have brought them closer to the top spot in the division. But a poor performance by starting quarterback Galen Hurts ended any hope of the Eagles winning, despite the opportunities the Giants had given them throughout.

Hurts drove the Eagles into the racetracks on Sunday, picking up 77 of eight buggies. But when it came to passing the ball, Hertz struggled with accurate passes. That day, Huts threw three interceptions, two of them in the red.

Although all eyes were on the Attacking Giants in Freddie Kitchens’ first coordinated match in New York, the defense won the match. With the three interceptions scored by Darnay Holmes, Ty Crowder and Xavier McKinney, defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence made his presence felt after forcing the Eagles to run to Boston Scott to find Philadelphia in the penultimate leadership of the game.

With this victory, it is the first time the Giants have achieved consecutive victories over the Eagles since 2007-08. As if the loss no longer hurt Philly, they had to listen to “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” as they walked off the football field.



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