The Philadelphia Eagles may have defeated the Washington Football Team, but everything did not start out so well for the team as they went down 10-0 early to the NFC East rival.
QB Jalen Hurts felt the brunt of that frustration from the crowd when they started to boo his performance. After a fumble in the game, he got chewed out by the head coach and started playing much better as the team reeled off 20 unanswered points.
After the 27-17 victory, running back Miles Sanders took to Twitter and told Philly fans to stop booing players, because they put their heart and soul into the game they love.
That was the wrong thing to say for Philly fans who have always been a passionate bunch, and will boo anybody for anything. His fan base kindly let them know in their own Philly way that if they just simply paly better, they wouldn’t get booed.
Sanders has 709 yards rushing in 11 games, including 131 on 18 carries Tuesday night in a win over Washington. He has topped 100 yards in each of the past two games, going for 120 last week against the Jets.