The disgruntled former Eagles cornerback Orlando Scandrick will become even more dissatisfied.
After Scandrick tried to bring verbal flamethrowers to the Eagles during Friday's appearance on FS1 by, among other things, questioning Malcolm Jenkins' safety leadership, Eagles posted on Twitter a clip of his recent loss to the Vikings, where Scandrick praised Jenkins.
"That's why you are the captain of defense, man"Scandrick said to Jenkins after Jenkins forced his hand around the goal line." The way you do it yourself. The first snap to the last. "
Scandrick criticized Jenkins without naming him on Friday, pointing out that Jenkins did not do enough to "bring people," saying that Jenkins did not "really make the game, like playing splash," and called Jenkins for playing wrong coverage of Minnesota .
The easy explanation is that Scandrick was two-faced, and that he was upset because the Eagles released him. What Scandrick, who traveled well, might not realize was that his decision to openly criticize his ex-team could discourage other teams from becoming their potential ex-team in the future, fearing that he would eventually do the same with the team he did on the day Friday to Eagles.
Then again, maybe Scandrick realized that the train had been pulled to the station, and that his future could require finding a seat on Hot Take Express.