PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It turns out a furious Philadelphia Eagles fan who was shown during the Detroit Lions' 27-24 loss Sunday is the Dean of Admissions at the University of Pennsylvania. With the Birds left with 10 and 13 minutes left in the fourth quarter, Fox cut into a live fan yelling at the players on the field.
There's nothing more authentic than a true Eagles fan. They rush when they are not happy. They cheer when there is a reason that they are constantly apologetic about their passion for the game.
Aigles fan embodies this passion in a snippet of video that is already a virus.
Will Brinson of CBS Sports recorded the reaction of fans from the television show when the Birds dropped by 1
I can't stop watching this angry Eagle fan. pic.twitter.com/yzA3DYCgfJ
– Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) September 22, 2019
Furda is the Dean of Admissions to the University of Pennsylvania, and passion for the game. Furda responded to the viral video on Twitter.
After further review of the play, I will take the penalty of 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct, but I will not lose my passion for Philadelphia and Pen sports! Thanks for all the interview requests, but on Thursday we have a game to prepare for which I will look at home!
– Eric J. Furda (@DeanFurda) September 23, 2019
CBS3 reached Furda, but he was very busy Monday in Pen and would not be available for comment.
However, other Eagles fans have not lost track when it comes to how they feel about losing the Detroit team.
"They made a lot of mistakes. Did they have anything, seven missed passes on Sunday? You had [Carson] Wentz missing throws on Sunday. [Miles] Sanders was wide open a few times, he hit him in stride that he was gone. these things and it's an easy win, it's a win-win, "said John Applegate.
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"Eagle fans still need to be positive, because DeSean [Jackson] will come back. After you return the true receivers, I think they still have a chance to do their job, "says Chris Troit.
" We'll do better on Thursday, we'll be fine. I know Carson is really fighting the last roll, but we'll be good, "Talisha Troit said. Furda went on to say, "Thanks for all the interview requests, but we have a Thursday game to get ready to watch at home."