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Opposing Coach Describes Playing A Playoff Game In Philly As "Four Hours Of Hell"

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Delco El Diablo

Yes, Topper. YES. Welcome to hell, America and/or Canada. Population: These Lovable Creatures: 

All were spit right back out from Hades itself to boo lifeless opposing players on the grass and throw snowballs/batteries at the nearest infant, am I right? But seriously, unless you're Doc Rivers up 27 late in the 3rd quarter at home in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Semis vs. an inferior team (h/t Logical Reality), Philadelphia easily has the best home field advantage going right now. Especially in the postseason. As Philly Rob stated, we lived it with the Phillies this October:  

We see it with the Birds all time. Last week vs. the Giants was kind of a party atmosphere cause the game was a joke, but the NFC Championship vs. the 49ers should be like 5-years ago when the Linc almost shook its shit to the ground: 

And we'll see it by 2049 with the Sixers finally making it past the 2nd round and once the Orange & Black get sold for spare parts and scraps by Comcast. But right now playing postseason ball in Philly is hell. And we've got another visit into the Underworld on Sunday. 

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