A.J. Brown roasted by fans for iffy tackling effort originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia
It certainly wasn't A.J. Brown's fault when Jalen Hurts made a bad decision and tried to squeeze a late pass into a non-existent window, resulting in a first-quarter interception by the Jaguars.
But it might've been Brown's fault that the interception wound up in the end zone.
Andre Cisco returned the interception 59 yards to put the Jags up 7-0 early in Sunday's game, but upon further review it seems Brown had quite an opportunity to prevent the score during the INT return.
Watch the replay below and decide for yourself:
It sure seems like Brown had a pretty good chance to tackle Cisco, or at least try to tackle Cisco, at the 45-yard line and just... didn't?
Eagles fans were none too pleased with the effort:
Maybe there's something we're all missing here, but it sure seems like Brown is gonna have to explain that one.
If there's one thing Philadelphia sports fans don't stand for, it's a lack of effort. We'll see.