Would Eagles fans stop bleeding green for more green in their pockets?

Andrew Kramer
October 01, 2019 - 8:38 pm
Dallas Goedert #88 of the Philadelphia Eagles celebrates his touchdown with fans in the second quarter over the Green Bay Packers during the game at Lambeau Field.

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PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Eagles fans: How much is your loyalty worth to you? 

Tech website cabletv.com is giving an NFL fan $2,000 to root for the enemy the rest of the year. You'd simply have to show your love for the rival team on your social media accounts and wear that team's jersey around town. 

KYW Newsradio asked some Eagles fans if they would become a Dallas Cowboys fan for the rest of the season for $2,000, and not a single Eagles fan said "yes" to the question. 

"No, no no no. I just can't do it. I can't do it," said Andrea Jack.

"Not in my entire life. I could never result to being a cowgirl," said Cody Nodis. 

"They'd call me a traitor. It would be the end of the world probably, they would turn their back on me," Jack added, explaining what her friends' reactions would be if she walked into a tailgate wearing a Cowboys jersey. 

Nodis was asked what he thinks it would be like to be a Cowboys fan. 

"I just think I would need a lot of time to collect my thoughts, address my weak personality and it doesn't make sense, it's against what we represent here in Philly," he said. 

The lowest amount of money one fan said they would need to become a Cowboys fan was $500,000. 

Listen to the reaction of Eagles fans here: