There were quite a few fights over the weekend during the NFL Wildcard weekend.
Fans already don’t really know how to act but add in the fact that it’s a high-stakes game, and it gets worse.
Another example came from the Eagles and Buccaneers game, where the Eagles didn’t even look like they belonged in the game at all, losing 31-15.
As the game clock expired, Tom Brady raised his arms in triumph along the sideline, whirled and tossed a football into the stands. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their jubilant 44-year-old quarterback took the first step on what they hope will be a journey back to the Super Bowl, dominating the Philadelphia Eagles 31-15 in a NFC wild-card playoff victory Sunday.
“It only gets tougher from here,” said the seven-time Super Bowl winner, who’s trying to help the Bucs become the first team to repeat as NFL champions since the Brady-led New England Patriots won back-to-back titles in the 2003 and 2004 seasons. Tampa Bay (14-4) set the tempo from the start, with Brady leading a pair of long TD drives in the opening quarter and building the lead to 17-0 by halftime. The three-time league MVP finished off the Eagles with TD passes of 2 yards to Rob Gronkowski and 36 yards to Mike Evans, improving his dazzling playoff record to 35-11 in a record 46 postseason starts.
The Bucs defense did its part, too, intercepting Jalen Hurts twice in the Philadelphia quarterback’s playoff debut.
The Eagles might have been taking a beating on the field, but the fans didn’t want to lose the fight. That sadly isn’t how things went. One Eagles fan starts a fight after grabbing a Bucs fan and throwing him down the stairs. Then things get crazy.
The fan that started it then ran away while his friend who came to help him got jumped by Bucs fans.
I would have to guess there was an argument between the two after that.
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