Eagles fan chef made a sandwich based on his dislike for Sam Bradford

Tuesday May 3rd, 2016

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A BBQ restaurant in Pennsylvania has a new sandwich based on the chef’s desire to get rid of Sam Bradford, and he is giving them away for free on Wednesday.

PhillyVoice.com reports that each component of the spicy pulled pork sandwich is intended to signify a different aspect of the Eagles quarterback troubles after the team drafted Carson Wentz with the number two pick, a move that may have Bradford upset.

“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.”

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It seems themed sandwiches are a popular outlet for Eagles fans' frustrations, as earlier this year a chef created a sandwich to celebrate the end of Chip Kelly’s tenure as head coach.

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