And that’s putting it lightly.
Philadelphia allowed 504 yards and 29 points to a New York team that was averaging 296.2 (29th) and 15.3 (31st) per game, respectively, prior to Sunday’s matchup.
Cowboys wide receiver Brice Butler took notice.
The giants just shredded philly’s D like that???— Brice Butler (@Brice_Butler) December 17, 2017
Fletcher Cox wasn’t having any of that, though.
Couch report thanks for watching us win bro https://t.co/NBRJg6RgUN— fletcher cox (@fcoxx_91) December 17, 2017
Boom. Shut down.
Butler, the self-proclaimed sixth receiving option on Dallas, didn’t even play in the Cowboys’ game against on the Raiders on Sunday night. I guess that’s why he had the time to pay attention to the Eagles.
And speaking of embarrassing performances, maybe Butler should check out his own team.
Here’s how Dak did against a Raiders defense that ranks last in the NFL by Football Outsiders. pic.twitter.com/mrHy76nWed— Brandon Lee Gowton (@BrandonGowton) December 18, 2017
The Eagles defense certainly needs to improve. But the Cowboys should quit yapping.
EAGLES VICTORY TWEETS
Here are some more post-game victory tweets following the Eagles’ win over the Giants.
A win is a win....back to work— Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) December 17, 2017
God is good!!!!— Kenjon Barner (@KBDeuce4) December 17, 2017
Give Us The Courage To Do The Job pic.twitter.com/gDt7CRr7lS— Mack Hollins (@mackhollins) December 18, 2017
A win is a win so well take it . Now its time to get in the lab and keep getting better. #Focused— rasul (@rd32_era) December 17, 2017