San Francisco 49ers All-Pro left tackle Trent Williams lost his cool during a fight during the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, hitting a Philadelphia Eagles player, leading to his ejection late in the final. bedroom.
The fight started when 49ers receiver Deebo Samuel and Eagles safety K’Von Wallace had each other’s face masks in their hands after a play. As they talked back and forth, neither would let go, which led to more players on each side trying to break things.
Williams was fed up with Wallace and grabbed him from behind, knocking him to the ground, and the fight almost turned into something worse.
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Both the Eagles and 49ers sidelines ran onto the field, prompting the officials to yell for them to come back over the sound system at Lincoln Financial Field.
It was a frustrating game for San Francisco as they were demolished by Philadelphia, 31-7, to miss out on the Super Bowl once again.
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Most of the frustration centered on the offense’s woes after losing starting quarterback Brock Purdy to an elbow injury. Then his replacement, backup Josh Johnson, suffered a concussion and was ruled out for the rest of the game.
That forced Purdy back to center, but due to his injury, he was unable to make passes downfield, making the 49ers’ offense one-dimensional.
Head coach Kyle Shanahan tried his best to be creative, but the Eagles caught every opportunity to do so and that resulted in the 49ers sending their defense onto the field quickly.
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The lack of offense and seeing the trend of the game led to that moment, and Williams lost his cool.
The Eagles are heading to the Super Bowl for the first time since their victory over the New England Patriots in 2018 to capture the franchise’s first Vince Lombardi Trophy.
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They will face the winner of the AFC Championship between the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals.