Philly caught some shrapnel after someone pulled the fire alarm at the 49ers’ hotel at 6 a.m. on Thursday. During interviews, Nick Bosa mentioned Philly might’ve been up to their nefarious tricks because there was construction outside the 49ers hotel room (via Nick Wagoner at ESPN) – 

While Bosa took some solace in the fact that it was relatively close to a normal wake up time instead of 2 or 3 a.m., he agreed with McCaffrey that it was unlikely an accident and noted that this isn’t the first time the Niners or any other team has dealt with some hotel shenanigans on the road.

“I’m sure somebody did it,” Bosa said. “It kind of reminded me of Philly when they had this construction going on outside. It was early in the morning and they were like demolishing a bridge right outside of our hotel. We haven’t had the best luck. But no excuses.”

Buddy, as a citizen of this great city I can tell you the government in Philadelphia doesn’t know when the fuck construction is happening. I’ve got a pothole on my street that hasn’t been filled in three years. There are still traffic barrels on my corner from a project they completed last year. By the time they’re done with construction on I-95 they’ll have to begin it again. Construction here is a shit show. Unless it’s about bridges. We crush bridges. We demolish bridges in this city and we build bridges in this city with impeccable speed.  BUCKLEY AND COMPANY! THREE DAYS! THREE DAYS SHARICE!


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Is it me or is this a crazy reaction from George Kittle when dealing with a fire alarm?

Kittle jumped out of bed, walked into his bathroom, closed the door and waited there for the next 18 minutes until the noise stopped. Nobody was forced to evacuate as engineers at the hotel said it was a false alarm.

What is this move when there is a fire alarm? Did he get in the tub? Turn the water on in case the fire got in the room? Make sure I never get into a situation with George Kittle when there might be a fire. Does he go on his roof during an earthquake?

P.S. Are the 49ers actually soft? Complaining about fire alarms at 6 a.m. in Vegas. Fields that aren’t squishy enough. The against-all-odds approach when they were favored in every single game this season. A lot of excuses for when they lose the Super Bowl. You’d think Nick Bosa would be ok with some adversity after being thwarted at the Capitol.