In light of Sam Bradford, for lack of better worlds, acting like a giant baby, one Philadelphia-area restaurant is taking advantage of the situation.
Big Q BBQ’s newest menu item? The Sam Bradford Sandwich. Although it may look it, this sandwich isn’t your casual ingredients thrown between two slices of bread. This one’s got a backstory and reasoning for every single ingredient.
Chef Drew Abbruzzese is all about the symbolism:
“Starting at noon on Wednesday, the Levittown, Bucks County, barbecue joint will make a big ol’ anti-Bradford statement by giving away 150 free Sam Bradford sandwiches. The sandwich is a meaty dig at the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback’s recent Carson Wentz-spurred trade drama: deep-fried jalapenos represent him in “the hot seat,” pulled pork represents him getting pulled, the potato roll represents him “going down like a sack of potatoes” and the spicy cream cheese is a nod to Philly. The fried chicken’s symbolism, he said, was obvious.
He’s even adding moist towelettes to the package, meant to take the “cleaning up process to the next level.”
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Abbruzzese noted the sandwich is served on a Sam Bradford jersey since they are so cheap at the moment.
The sandwich is priced at a mere $5, which it will stay consider Bradford did return to the Eagles. In the event of a trade, the sandwich would have moved to a regular menu item at it $7.