Listen: Malcolm Jenkins, Eric Reed, Blake Bortles discussed on First and Last with Lundberg and Golic, Jr.
"And I saw him catch the ball. And I just couldn't tell exactly where he was how he came down with the extra effort was and then you could see on taper just a little short. So. In a perfect world. You love to get in the end zone for that. But we're a little far away again into the wind the throw and he had a low pressure in front of himself all those things combined. It unfortunately, I mean you saw. So I just got done saying everything that happened to us everything that I just said, and we we were a yard away from tying the game take that and think about that for a little bit first and last Michael junior here on ESPN radio and the ESPN app and the way you deal with a quarterback on that rookie deal a quarterback in his second year. And how you respond to that the way this bears team will respond new head coach gun quarterback a lot more hope that things can still get worked out is going to be a lot different than the way. Jacksonville responds to a quarterback. And Blake Bortles who they've already extended who they know in invested time in their body of work into a now aren't getting the results and you see the frustration. But all that my my paled to the frustration that we saw on the field pre-game in Philadelphia where the Carolina Panthers came up in a race to seventeen point deficit and came back and won that game. But it was the beginning of the game. And that confrontation on the field is Malcolm Jenkins one eagles captains. And we know one of the guys that's been forefront of the player led protests is part of the players coalition and heads that up a group that seeking to try and remedy some of the ills that we've seen around our country protesting police brutality and racial inequality before the game out the coin toss Eric Reed who is another guy who has been at the forefront of this movement out. There was some harsh words for him to say those didn't stop after the game. Eric Reed panther safety. Almost made the game changing interception that ended up getting overturned talked about Malcolm Jenkins after the game. Ashamed. About the players. Yes. I believe a lot of players to this stuff. I believe Malcolm capitalism situation, he co opted the movement that was started by Colin. Get his organization funded this Cowan. He sold us up first."