Philadelphia Eagles Super Fan’s Wild Video Causes A Stir

Philadelphia Eagles Super Fan’s Wild Video Causes A Stir

The Philadelphia Eagles head into next season as one of the handful of teams in the league who could legitimately win a Super Bowl.

If not for a Herculean effort by a hobbled Patrick Mahomes this past year, Jalen Hurts and Co. would have won a championship.

The team boasts immense talent on both sides of the ball, Hurts is a perennial MVP candidate and Philly has arguably the best coaching staff in the league.

Understandably, folks who support the team are excited heading into their 2023-24 campaign. This week, one Eagles super fan, Genny, saw her wild content cause something of a stir.


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This isn’t the first time in recent months Genny has blown up online. Her provocative videos also set the internet ablaze not too long ago.

@gen.with.a.g♬ Bejeweled – Taylor Swift

@gen.with.a.gI love u baby daddy♬ accidentally in love – 💌

@gen.with.a.g♬ tolerate it bridge – augustine

@gen.with.a.g👽♬ im not a bad guy – reira

@gen.with.a.gActually I grew up in Bloomsburg Pennsylvania but same thing♬ you are all hot – alustletter

It has just been that kind of week for Philadelphia. A few days prior, an Eagles cheerleader’s racy photos nearly melted the web, too.

Big picture, fan and cheerleading stuff notwithstanding, the Eagles are staring down the barrel of a critical year.

This team has too much talent not to win a Super Bowl. They have to get it done – and quickly.

Will this be the season when Hurts wins that ever-elusive championship at the pro level?

Time will tell, but no matter what, Eagles fans will be cheering him on every step of the way.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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