A Second Grader Wrote A Hand-Written Letter Consoling Alshon Jeffery After Season-Ending Drop

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Eagles fans don’t need to be reminded of Alshon Jeffery’s oopsie in the NFL divisional round so I won’t dig up the demons. Props to me for being a good man. I’ll let the footage do the talking and you can draw your own conclusions.

Some Eagles fans did not handle the season-ending drop well, while others, like second grader Abigail Johnson, were kinder about it. Abigail penned a hand-written letter to the Eagles receiver that is currently going viral.

It reads [without correction for spelling for extra *cuteness*]:

Dear Alshon Jeffrey,

I am a huge Eagles fan. When I watched the play last night I was crying. It’s okay to loose a game you don’t always have to win a game. We couldn’t have won the Superbowl without you last year. I think you are a awsome player no matter what. It takes lot of practice and curage to catch a ball. I think you are a good athlete. It takes a lot of practice to become a good athlete. I love you! My whole family was rooting for you! Don’t give up on playing football. Keep practiceing. Don’t get mad esally. I know you can do it. We all know you’re a good player.


Don’t do it.

Don’t do it.

She’s just a second grader.

Don’t do it.

Don’t do it.

But Eagles fans had no problem making fun of Tom Brady for having butterfingers in the Super Bowl.

Don’t do it.

And he’s a quarterback.

Don’t do it.

That’s not even his job.

Don’t do it.

Eh fuck it…

Twitter/NFL da Zueira

Oh gimme a break. What goes around comes around.

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