While once considered the de facto best team in the NFL, AJ Brown and the Philadelphia Eagles have been in an absolute tail spin as of late. After starting the season 10-1, Philadelphia lost their third in a row to a struggling Seahawks team to close out week 15 at 10-4. While this is a team of professionals, it can be hard to maintain ones composure when the situation is deteriorating so rapidly.
Eagles AJ Brown Loses his Mind on Seahawks Sideline
Just a couple weeks after an incident in the San Francisco-Philadelphia game led to a Philadelphia staff member being suspended for the remainder of the season, AJ Brown decided that he was going to go after an onlooker of his own. In a play available below, Brown gives a shove to Seahawks defender Michael Jackson and is confronted by a staffer on the Seattle Sideline.
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After an exhausting evening, Brown was clearly not in the mood to be tangled with and gave the Seattle Staffer a piece of his mind. Brown was ultimately restrained by a pair of officials as the commentator Joe Buck speculated that the staffer might be facing a suspension based on the precedent set just a few weeks ago.
The Eagles have been clearly been facing a tough string of form following their three game losing streak. Philadelphia has fallen a game behind San Francisco for the number one seed in the NFC and squandered their opportunity to overtake Dallas for the division championship after Dallas was obliterated by Buffalo.
The only piece of good news for Philadelphia is that they have the easiest schedule in the NFL to close out the season as they play against the New York Giants twice and then take on the Arizona Cardinals. Philadelphia will look to use these easy games to build some momentum prior to heading into the playoffs for an attempted Super Bowl reappearance.
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