‘Should have stayed in New York!’: Social media poked fun at Mayor Eric Adams after claiming Giants were ‘going to the Super Bowl’ or dying the playoff in video from Philadelphia
New York Mayor Eric Adams may soon be reaching for the delete button on his latest social media post after his Giants NFL prediction went horribly wrong.
Adams was in Philadelphia on Saturday night to catch the Giants versus the Eagles playoff and he looked confident going into kickoff.
At the field level at Lincoln Financial Field, the New York Mayor said, “This is the one, this is the big one. I’m here with our team. We’re going to win this, and if we can do that, we’re going straight to the Super Bowl.
‘Let’s go Giants, Big Blue in the house.’
New York Mayor Eric Adams was very confident that the Giants would beat the Eagles in Philly
Things went south very quickly, and Philadelphia recorded four touchdowns in the first half
It was a terrible first half for New York, who went into the break 28 points behind their rivals
Unfortunately for Adams – and the Giants fan base – his prediction was far from correct, as New York conceded FOUR first-half touchdowns to lose 28-0 at the break.
Social media also quickly took to Adams, with one user writing, “should have stayed in New York lol”.
Another added: “Quick L,” while one remarked: “Big Time Jinx.”
There was some concern among Philadelphia fans about Jalen Hurts’ injury, but he threw for three touchdowns and ran in another to put the Eagles in cruise control.
While not eliminated yet, it would take a second-half miracle for the Giants to come back and secure their spot in the NFC Championship Game.
There were concerns about Jalen Hurts’ fitness, but he threw for three touchdowns and ran another
Brian Daboll’s team went into the second half and needed a miracle at Lincoln Financial Field
Daniel Jones proved to be a very smart quarterback in 2022, helping New York secure a playoff berth 9-7 in the regular season.
They then defeated the Vikings in the Super Wild Card round and won 31-24 in Minnesota to spark hopes of a miracle playoff run, but things fell back to earth on Saturday in Philadelphia.
Perhaps more frustrating for Brian Daboll and his players was that the battles were being fought against an NFC East rival in the Eagles.