Even with no fans at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia on Sunday, the boo birds still came out for Carson Wentz.
The Eagles quarterback struggled for much of the day against the Los Angeles Rams, and whoever was in charge of pumping in the fake crowd noise certainly kept it as realistic as possible.
At the end of the second quarter with the Eagles trailing 21-9, Wentz overthrew tight end Zach Ertz on a third down and true to form the boos began to ring throughout the stadium as the punt team came out onto the field.
The Eagles, however, caught a break when the Rams fumbled the punt return, setting up a Miles Sanders 5-yard touchdown run to pull the Eagles within five points at the half.
Yet, the boos came back for Wentz in the third quarter when a 12-play drive came to an end after Wentz threw an interception in the end zone.
There have not been any reports of other teams pumping in boos for their own players, although not many fan bases boo their own players as is.
At least the Eagles are keeping it real amid the pandemic.