No matter what Howie Roseman has done during his run as general manager of the Eagles, one glaring mistake stands out: drafting receiver Jalen Reagor over Justin Jefferson in 2020.
While Reagor remains a mediocre player in the league, Jefferson continues to make leaps into becoming one of the very best wideouts in the NFL. And that was on full display during Thursday Night Football last night.
In the Vikings’ 36-28 win over the Steelers, Jefferson caught seven passes for 79 yards and a touchdown.
As he was going off, Eagles fans took to social media to vent their frustrations with Howie Roseman.
Someone let me take over Howie Roseman’s job… pic.twitter.com/3hqJB9NSsm
— Kendall Beck (@KBeckEagles) December 7, 2021
I think this is pretty self explanatory.
— Hoodie Jayred (@JLinc73) November 28, 2021
See you in hell Howie Roseman https://t.co/MMHmfLQmex
— jojo’s son (@JoelEmbiidsSon) December 10, 2021
HOW DOES HOWIE ROSEMAN SLEEP AT NIGHT?!?!?!?! pic.twitter.com/eh0p6GMnbg
— Smitty (@SmittyBarstool) December 5, 2021
every time Justin Jefferson does anything good and Reagor continues to suck Howie Roseman should be slapped like this pic.twitter.com/7mp0iuEfsz
— Fernando Calderon (@RecruiterNando) December 10, 2021
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Howie Roseman’s Career-Defining Mistake
Perhaps it’s unfair, but now every time Jalen Reagor shows his deficiencies, Philly fans will immediately be reminded that they could have Justin Jefferson right now.
For reference, Reagor has just 26 catches for 208 yards, while Jefferson is second to only Cooper Kupp for receiving yards in the NFL with 1,209.
Howie Roseman will never live down the fact that he chose Jalen Reagor over Justin Jefferson. An absolute all-time swing-and-a-miss.