It’s hard to stay positive if you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan, isn’t it?
There’s a distinct difference between Philadelphia Eagles fans and the fans of other teams. Seriously, it is. Who shows up to home games and boos the team they’re supposed to be cheering for? How is it possible to love a team that much and get that angry with them?
Though some of the things that you read on social media will make you question this theory, Birds fans have long been viewed as one of the NFL’s smartest and most passionate fan bases, but whether they agree in their theory that Howie Roseman should be stripped of his executive vice president and general manager duties or they disagree with how they should feel about the quarterback situation, Philly’s fans remain the most dedicated and passionate in all of the professional sports.
They can love a team and say that their team sucks in the same breath and do both with conviction, but while they may seem a little over the top at times, there’s one thing that you can say about them. More often than not, they’re realistic. That’s what separates them from Dallas Cowboys fans, perhaps football’s most delusional fan base.
It’s their ability to keep things in perspective that keeps them from truly going crazy, but while we’re all staying balanced, let’s discuss a thought that’s probably gone through your mind a time or two. How is this team going to bounce back in 2021?
The way things are going, it’s hard to imagine a scenario in which this team will do so. It kind of feels like next season is a lost cause already, and here are the four major reasons why that’s the case.