One is a new arrival in Philly after spending five seasons in New York. The other landed in Washington after being cut by the Eagles. And they both have different views about the fans in the City of Brotherly Love.
Said former Jets and current Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez, via Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post: “The fans are a lot nicer here.”
Former Philly receiver DeSean Jackson’s perspective varies from Sanchez’s.
“In Philly sometimes things got a little negative,” Jackson told Chick Hernandez of CSNWashington.com. “And they booed their own players.”
Of course, it’s possible that Philadelphia are both nicer than New York fans while also booing their own. Regardless, it’s safe to say Jackson will be booed by Eagles fans; that’s expected. If/when Sanchez is ever booed by Philly fans, that’s a problem.