Jordan Davis created a bit of buzz over the weekend when he made 6'3" 303 lbs Cam Jurgens look like a small child at practice. The clip is a terrifying look into the future for opposing centers and guards around the league having to deal with the rookie. It's an arousing look into the future for Philly fans knowing the type of chaos and havoc this man is going to create on the field. But for Jordan Davis? It's just one play.
Shame on anyone who aided that clip in going viral. Anybody who amplified that video's presence on the internet should be ashamed of themselves because he's right, it doesn't tell the full story. If anybody out there wrote a blog about the clip on a sports/pop culture/OnlyFans website, they should apologize right away.
The only issue is this is going to end up backfiring on Jordan Davis. Because that answer is so good that it's going to make its rounds as well. So now you're going viral about hating going viral. Crazy world we live in.
At the end of the day, it all just comes down to Jordan Davis being a really easy guy to root for. He does something incredible and immediately talks about how good his teammates are around him instead of himself. That's pretty refreshing with this current generation of athletes we're dealing with who constantly love to make things about themselves. In fact, this whole Eagles team seems ridiculously easy to root for. There might be a couple of exceptions in there but by and large, this seems like a group who all put the team way ahead of themselves. I'd imagine a lot of that has to do with the leadership of the quarterback. Starting to think that 53rd pick was the right choice.