Despite all the off-season optimism, the Philadelphia Eagles find themselves in a 0-2 hole at the start of this NFL season.
Head coach Chip Kelly is dealing with a stuttering, LeSean McCoy-less offense and a defense that already gave up 46 total points.
But while the Eagles' defense may be having a hard time tackling opposing teams, they are certainly proving adept at tackling their own fans.
During yesterday's 20-10 loss at the hands of the division rival Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia cornerback Nolan Carroll wrapped up and took down a fan who ran onto the field.
It looks like this gentleman had a bit too much fun tailgating before kickoff.
WATCH: Eagles fan charges field and gets tackled by a player @NBCDFW @BlueStarBlog pic.twitter.com/6C8txGUcSE — Noah Bullard (@noah_bullard) September 21, 2015
When you lose to a Cowboys team missing key players like Dez Bryant and Tony Romo, you better give the home crowd something to cheer about.