Cowboys Fans Are Taunting Eagles Fans After Carson Wentz Season-Ending Injury

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There’s no love lost between the Dallas Cowboys fans and Philadelphia Eagles fans.

Shortly after the conclusion of today’s Eagles-Rams game in Los Angeles, it was reported that Philadelphia Eagles star QB Carson Wentz, suffered a season-ending ACL injury:

The Philadelphia Eagles are concerned that quarterback Carson Wentz tore his left ACL, sources tell ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Wentz was seen walking inside the locker room with a heavy black brace on his left knee. He is scheduled to undergo an MRI tomorrow in Philadelphia.

Wentz exited the Eagles’ 43-35 win against Los Angeles Rams late in the third quarter Sunday and was ruled out.He came up limping after absorbing multiple hits on a touchdown run that was negated by a holding penalty. Wentz stayed in the game for the remainder of the drive, which he capped with a fourth-down touchdown throw to Alshon Jeffery that gave the Eagles the lead.

Despite Wentz’s terrible and unfortunate injury, several Cowboys fans took to Twitter to taunt the Eagles and their fanbase because they believe “karma” is catching up to them from the time the Eagles faithful cheered Michael Irvin’s devastating career-ending back injury in 1999.

Look, there’s no doubt that Philadelphia has some of the more ruthless sports fans in America, but lets real, their attitude shouldn’t distract us from the fact that Wentz has been nothing but a class act since entering the NFL and instead of ripping Eagles fans, we should feel bad for the QB.