On Monday night, football saw the Philadelphia Eagles rout the Minnesota Vikings 24-7. Eagles cornerback Darius Slay intercepted two Kirk Cousins passes and smothered Justin Jefferson
all night long, leading the team to victory. In the loss, Jefferson had only 48 yards receiving. A video showing Slay discussing the #NFL100 list surfaced again on Tuesday.
The footage shows Slay informing Jefferson that he is training for their fight. On Monday Night Football, the Philadelphia Eagles crushed the Minnesota Vikings 24-7. Darius Slay, an Eagles
cornerback, intercepted two passes from Kirk Cousins and smothered Justin Jefferson all game long, leading his team to victory. In the loss, Jefferson had a paltry 48 receiving yards total.
A video showing Slay discussing the #NFL100 list surfaced again on Tuesday. Slay can be seen in the video telling Jefferson that he is training for their fight.
"These LSU guys have changed up their receiver game, and he's the one who's most noticeable" (Jefferson). amazing, amazing. Next year, I plan to have him on my calendar.
I was able to corner him. So, I've already filmed a scouting report on him. So, get ready, 1-8. Get ready, because I'm locked in and ready to compete, "Slay said.
As far as I can tell, he was not joking. Slay had two interceptions and a game-high five pass deflections.
Despite facing a fair amount of man coverage throughout the game, Justin Jefferson was unable to establish separation. The Vikings' offence struggled throughout the game,
both on the ground and through the air. Cousins' record in the primetime era now stands at 2-10. One cannot ignore such a huge number.