07 February, 2018
The Eagles aren't done over his Super Bowl commentary.
While fans thought the announcer was heavily biased against their team, defensive end Chris Long blasted Collinsworth on Twitter Monday night as he watched a tape of the historic game.
But it's not the only expression of anti-Collinsworth sentiment.
"Ertz takes 17 steps and Collinsworth says he thinks they have to overturn it,", along with four crying, laughing emoji faces.
Long also was put off by a personal critique from the former Bengals receiver, who suggested the defensive end was in charge of covering Tom Brady on an end-around pass from Danny Amendola that the wide-open quarterback dropped.
While Long's criticism was mild, Eagles fan Damian Loatman is much more upset.
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A change.org petition calling for Collinsworth to be barred from commentating on Eagles games in the future had more than 37,000 signatures Tuesday afternoon.
It's crocodile tears to complain about this catch if you're not a Patriots fan, but the integrity of the game matters here.
A former National Football League vice president of officiating, however, agreed with the call.
The petition also added that his performance, "brought back recent memories of the terrible job Pete Morelli and his officiating crew did against the Panthers earlier in the year", a performance that also caused fans to create a similar petition.
On one hand, Eagles fans had a right to be annoyed during Sunday's game.
"Stop. Twittering. This. S-t", Long wrote in response to an article pumping up the feud. Didn't agree w his interpretation of something I thought was obvious.