Just when you thought cooler heads were beginning to prevail, the San Francisco 49ers are at it again. Come on. Are these guys really that petty? Losing to the Philadelphia Eagles in last year's NFC Championship Game gave this team a sense of being left at the altar, and even after a win versus our Birds in Week 13's grudge match, they still can't take last January's loss and move on.
Sheesh! Talk about living in someone's head and doing so rent-free! Can you believe it? These guys are still in their feelings, some of them anyway. Now, one of their biggest stars has found his way in front of a microphone.
You aren't going to believe what Nick Bosa said about Eagles QB Jalen Hurts.
It's been an intriguing week. Here's what happened recently. 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw and Eagles head of security Dom DiSandro made up. The feud still seems to be on though, from the Niners' direction at least.
Someone placed a microphone in Nick Bosa's face, and he channeled his inner Jerry Jones. Nick took things a step too far though. He took an unnecessary dart at Jalen Hurts.
Here's where we stand. Let Nick have his moment. He's a little salty. He has to take his shots at Jalen this way because he hasn't gotten home to bring Philly's QB1 down during either of the past two Eagles vs. 49ers clashes.
Then again, maybe this isn't a bad thing. It's moments like these that make one believe the 49ers are doomed for a postseason collapse. Why? It's simple. At this point, you have to begin asking yourselves if it's the Eagles that actually have the psychological advantage. Then, there's the other thing. You see everything in life comes down to priorities.
Philly's priority, their number-one goal, is winning the Super Bowl. The Niners' number one goal is beating Philadelphia. Couple that with the fact that Kyle Shanahan's stagecoaches always turn to pumpkins and VOILA! Here's how we'll end this.
You heard it here first. The Niners are about to become the Dallas Cowboys. They're always the bridesmaid. They're never the bride. You are looking at the NFL's perennial regular-season champions. They look good now, but watch what happens. The collapse will soon come
Priorities friends.... Priorities....