Jalen Hurts didnt just beat the Washington Football Team on Sunday…..he broke them. No, seriously. Well, he at least appeared to break their stadium but thats been breaking down for years. The Washington Football team are truly a dumpster fire of an organization and a prime example of that is FedEx Field.
Earlier this season they had a septic pipe burst and spew raw sewage all over their fans. But theyve been treating their fans like crap for a while so its not something they werent kind of used to
But Jalen Hurts isnt used to it. So as Jalen Hurts was leaving FedEx Field on Sunday he never expected to get up close and personal with some Eagles fans. But it happened because a railing gave way sending fans to the field
Four fans who fell during the railing collapse at FedEx Field on Sunday are refuting the Washington Football Team's statement suggesting they were offered medical attention, per @espn.— Front Office Sports (@FOS) January 4, 2022
"The only thing the staff said to us was to get the F off the field."pic.twitter.com/Cif1kRB2Lq
Luckily everyone appeared alright. The image looked eerily familiar to the incident that happened at the Vet back in 1998 at the Army Navy game when a railing collapsed sending cadets to the turf. Unfortunately, there were some injuries in that incidence
But while Jalen Hurts was calm, cool, and collected in that moment, when he sat down to process it he was bothered. So the Eagles quarterback has penned a letter to the Washington Football Team asking them what they plan to do to make sure that never happens again.
“While I displayed a calm composure, I understand the severity of what happened and am extremely concerned for the well being of the fans and the media. As a result, I would like to know what safeguards the NFL and the Washington Football team are implementing to prevent this from occurring in the future.”
#Eagles QB Jalen Hurts sent a letter today to the Washington Football Team and the NFL, asking what follow-up action will be taken after a “near-tragic incident” when a railing collapsed Sunday at FedEx Field. Several fans fell; Hurts narrowly avoided potentially serious injury. pic.twitter.com/dfgwGndH9h— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) January 4, 2022
Jalen shouldnt hold his breath on getting a response. But the truth is, the Washington Football Team execs are WAYYY ahead of him. They looked around for some “Flexseal” but they were all out. They used it up fixing the busted pipe. They tried to get some duct tape but the intern they sent to the store came back and said “the guy behind the counter told me theres a duct tape shortage.” But the Washington Football Team doesnt quit! They went with zip ties. No….seriously
After a bunch of people nearly fell on top of Jalen Hurts because a shoddy railing collapsed at FedEx Field, Dan Snyder's answer was a couple of zip ties.— Mike Beauvais (@MikeBeauvais) January 4, 2022
Releasing this letter publicly and embarrassing the ever-thin-skinned Dan Snyder might be the only way to get anything done. https://t.co/peRs5SQR7T pic.twitter.com/bSWSulpDaG