FedEx Field trying to get revenge on Washington football team after loss to Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles?

Near disasters can be fun in hindsight when the “everything’s well that ends well” clause kicks in. And that’s exactly the scenario for the Philadelphia Eagles and quarterback Jalen Hurts, after being nearly touched. by a failing part of FedEx Field shows up as he entered the tunnel after Sunday’s game.

After beating the Washington soccer team 20-16 on Sunday, a more superstitious person might consider the stadium the team is calling home seeking revenge for a bit. Being swept away by the Dallas Eagles and Cowboys this season has functionally ended the WFT’s playoff aspirations.

“I’m just happy everyone is immune from this. It’s crazy stuff in there,” Hurts said after the game. “It was a really dangerous situation. I’m so glad everyone got over it, it looked like. Passionate Eagles fans. Love it.”

This is not the first time that FedEx Field has been the source of conflict for an organization that does not lack drama. In week 1, a pipe broke in the stadium and poured water on a section of fans.

The next time Washington surfaces on FedEx Field, it will be under a new name and logo (we presume). The franchise is hoping that the problems of the past will stay there, as the franchise enters a new chapter in 2022.

It would be nice if the stadium were a part of this departure from modern trends for the Washington football team.

WFT ends its disappointing season next Sunday with the New York Giants.

About the author