Monday featured arguably the most on-brand moment for a fanbase in recent memory. Philadelphia resident Hakim Laws helped save children from a burning building early Monday morning.
Philadelphia news outlets gathered around Laws to hear his side of the story. Unfortunately for Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor, Laws was not going to forget his team losing to the Detroit Lions a day earlier.
“My man just starts throwing babies out the window. We was catching them, unlike Agholor,” said Laws. Eagles receivers dropped seven passes on Sunday during their 27-24 loss to the Lions.
Agholor, who contributed to the total, also drew the ire of Eagles fans by dropping a sure go-ahead touchdown pass from Carson Wentz during a Week 2 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
In a great showing of kindness, Agholor has since offered Laws and his family a chance to watch the Eagles play at home:
No matter what is happening in the world, Eagles fans will always let you know if something isn’t going well and if a player isn’t doing their job.
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