ESPN star Stephen A. Smith continued trolling Dallas Cowboys fans on Sunday as he watched the team falter in the last seconds to the Philadelphia Eagles in what was a huge NFC East matchup.
The Eagles held off the Cowboys’ late charge and won the game, 28-23.
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Smith went back to his private plane, took the flattened-brim Jordan brand hat off and continued laughing into his camera as he mocked Dallas fans. He said he was on his way to Savannah State University — where ESPN filmed “First Take” on Monday — but couldn’t resist the Cowboys shots.
“Since those Cowboys fans are like cockroaches and like a nuclear bomb can drop and some of them survive, I know they didn’t want to see this video of me right now,” Smith said, “and that’s why I made it.
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“You thought you were going to do it. But then an offside penalty, another penalty, an incomplete pass, and there you have it: You lost the game — and as a result and all likelihood, you lost your chances at the division crown,” he surmised.
Smith’s Cowboys jabbing is a long-running joke he has with his own fans and his former colleague Skip Bayless — a diehard Dallas fan.
The ESPN personality didn’t blame Dak Prescott for the loss as he had 374 passing yards and three touchdowns. Philadelphia just made better plays.
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The Cowboys are now 5-3 in the division and firmly behind the Eagles for the NFC East lead.