By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Philadelphia Eagles may have won the NFC East and have gigantic concerns about its MVP candidate Carson Wentz’s potential season-ending torn ACL injury. Yet, Eagles defensive end Chris Long clashed with Rams fans at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
It all started when Brandon Graham picked up a Rams fumble and returned it for a 16-yard touchdown, as the time expired, Graham wanted to attempt to do a Lambeau Leap into Eagles fans. The few Rams fans, who were in the end zone by the Eagles fans, were not having it.
According to NBC Sports Philadelphia’s cameras, a Rams fan attempted to push Long down. He then got into a heated exchange with the fan in question.
The fan in question, who was wearing a Todd Gurley jersey, gave Long the finger.
Also, another thing is that we do not know if this was a legitimate Rams fan, or somebody, who was paid by Fox Sports to attend the game to pretend to be a Rams fan. Yes, they really did that.
The Eagles won the game 43-35 over the Rams, as they improved to 11-2 on the season. In addition, Long caused the No. 1 overall pick, Jared Goff, in the 2016 NFL Draft to fumble the ball in the game, which helped sway the momentum into the Eagles favor.
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