At the risk of throwing proper grammar to the wind, here’s where we are following two drives by both the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants. The Eagles ain’t the Vikings. Oh, and James Bradberry is one of us!
Big Blue’s first two drives ended in turnovers. Philly’s first two drives resulted in touchdown passes from Jalen Hurts. Wait! We thought this guy was supposed to be injured?
The early-game highlights came fast and furious for the Birds. We’re talking about long-gainers by way of Philly’s passing game, back-to-back sacks, and an interception.
Let’s take a few moments to discuss the latter.
James Bradberry’s release comes back to haunt the Giants in the Divisional Round.
Again, James Bradberry is one of us. You saw that interception right?
Daniel Jones’ fifth pass of the Divisional Round turned out to be a costly one as one of the new Birds, one that was relieved of his duties with the Giants and signed with Philly later, caught one off of the former Duke Blue Devil’s arm. Seriously, you can’t make this stuff up.
Words don’t do this one justice, but we’ll try. James ran under this one like he was the intended receiver.
We came up with a few more words. ‘Revenge is sweet’. How about that? Remember when we told you he’d pick one off? Here’s a raised glass and a toast to us!
James Bradberry’s 2022-2023 regular season yielded 17 starts, 44 tackles, 17 pass breakups, three interceptions, and a defensive touchdown. For his efforts, he earned a Second-Team All-Pro nod and a spot on the Pro Bowl squad as an alternate.
The Giants determined that they didn’t need that type of production. Only Heaven knows why that’s the case, so with that being said, he has a home in Philly with us. His contract ends when the Eagles’ season does, but let’s hope that Howie Roseman finds a way to keep him around. He and Darius Slay make up the best cornerback tandem in the NFL.