Hero Eagles fan catches kids dropped from burning building, slams team

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Agholor, who played at Tampa Berkeley Prep and USC, dropped two passes and fumbled once, despite scoring twice, in the Eagles' 27-24 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday.

Unsurprisingly, the ire toward the fifth-year player was real in the City of Brotherly Love - even in moments of life or death.

Only fans of the Philadelphia Eagles can diagnosis what's wrong with the National Football League team while explaining everything it took to save kids from a burning fire.

After attempting to get the family on the top floor out using the stairs (the smoke made it impossible), Laws and other good samaritans stood underneath a window and caught children that the trapped father was dropping down to safety.

But, what the dude said after that has to be considered an all-time best local sports news quote. with Law taking a huge shot at the Philly WR when explaining his heroic actions.

"My man just started throwing babies out... and we were catching them, unlike Agholor and all his mishaps". The Eagles dropped a combined seven passes, including two that could have been touchdowns.

To be fair to Agholor, he wasn't the only Philadelphia pass catcher with a case of the butterfingers. To complete the effort, Cornerback Rashaan Melvin was in coverage on wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside as quarterback Carson Wentz' deep pass on 4th and 15 fell incomplete.

With star wideouts Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson still injured, maybe Doug Pederson should give Laws a call.

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