Tommy DeVito poses for photo with fan trolling the Eagles and Philly is up in arms

Eagles fans are furious leading up to the Christmas Day battle

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Were you looking for some more drama ahead of the Christmas Day showdown between the Eagles and NY Giants at Lincoln Financial Field? Well, we've got it for you, as people all over Philadelphia are going to be ready to scream at the top of their lungs at Tommy DeVito and the G-Men as a whole.

With DeVito, he's been getting ripped on social media by the passionate Philly fanbase thanks to a photo that made its way online earlier this week at a DeVito event. A fan brought a Big Blue jersey with 'Fu**Philly' written on it and DeVito had a huge smile on his face for the shot. Yup, that's enough to have the City of Brotherly Love up in arms:

Tommy DeVito knows Giants fans are going to be after him on Monday

Life is rough for Eagles fans as it is - would you believe it if we told you Philly has lost three of its last four games, while the Giants have won three of their last four? That's exacity the case, with the Eagles dropping a heartbreaker to the Seahawks, 20-17, on Monday Night Football.

Jalen Hurts and Co. are desperate for a win, as they're hoping to get back on the right track against the Giants. Last season, the Eagles were a nightmare to deal with, with Brian Daboll's men going 0-3 against their NFC East rivals, including the loss in the NFC Divisional Round.

DeVito knows how loud and wild people in Philly can be, which is why he's expecting a hostile crowd for the showdown on Monday afternoon. You think DeVito is going to be scared of that environment? Not a chance.

Despite the Eagles dominating the rivalry of late, DeVito would love nothing more than to ruin Christmas for people in the stands by powering the Giants to an upset win. Tommy Cutlets already has folks in town furious thanks to that photo from his event, but hey, we loved it.