Philadelphia Eagles fans are not stoked on the signing of Ryan Mathews.
The Philadelphia Eagles have made the signing of Ryan Mathews official and the reaction out of Philly is amusing. We looked to Adam Schefter’s tweet to see what the immediate response was to the signing.
Here is what the responses looked like:
@AdamSchefter fumble prone
— The Iron Sheik (@Invxsxble_Bxlly) March 11, 2015
— William Cole Clancey (@billycrossover) March 11, 2015
@AdamSchefter 11.5 MILLION FUCKIN DOLLARS FOR A PAIR OF GLASS KNEES ARE YOU FUCKIN KIDDING BRO IM FUCKIN DONE FUCK THIS
— Nick Dwyer☮ (@NickyStix018) March 11, 2015
@AdamSchefter dan snyder running this team?
— 1 (@SteveInTheCut) March 11, 2015
@AdamSchefter it’s ok Chip. I had a roster like this once when I had to use autopick for my draft.
— Drew Shirley, MD (@drewshirleymd) March 11, 2015
— Andrew Poor (@Poor_Andrew) March 11, 2015
In San Diego, some of the responses were the same. Here is what people responded when Kevin Acee shared the news in the morning.
@UTKevinAcee who is going to fumble and be hurt now? Who!?!
— Rognog (@MontyDAztec) March 11, 2015
@UTKevinAcee YEEEEEEESSSSSSS FINALYYYYYYY
— george (@killahgeorgee) March 11, 2015
@UTKevinAcee They're losing somebody to talk to on the sideline when they get a water break before actually go back into play.
— Marcus Morris (@BoltJolt2185) March 11, 2015
@UTKevinAcee Prediction: will average 400 carries, 1700 yards over next 4 years.
— Michael A. Vickers (@mavickers) March 11, 2015
We will have to wait to see who will fill the spot for the Chargers. Who is it going to be?
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