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A fan walking into Sunday night’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys sported what is, no joke, the worst jersey ever.

Those of you with sensitive stomachs would be advised to click away now. You can’t say we didn’t warn you.

What in the world is this?

Granted, half-and-half jerseys are not entirely new. The most acceptable examples we see is when family members are watching two relatives compete.

Lesser-acceptable (but still understandable) examples come when one wishes to pay tribute to a player who played for multiple teams. Occasionally, we might see one revolving around civic pride, supporting two teams from the same area who aren’t really rivals in the standings, like the New York Giants and New York Jets (see here).

This doesn’t fit any of those descriptiions. In fact, it doesn’t come close. Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz are not related, though that would be quite a story. The Eagles and Cowboys do not play in the same city (nor are they particularly close) and are bitter rivals.

Please, do not heckle this person (or any others) if you see them. In fact, offer to buy them a drink. These people need our love.