By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Everyone is talking about Carson Wentz these days. Even, the President of the United States.

President Barack Obama was in Philadelphia on Tuesday during a campaign rally for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and, as he often likes to do, he snuck in some sports talk.

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“Some of you may have seen Joe Biden at the Eagles game,” President Obama said. “He told me, ‘Barack, you gotta get on the Wentz Wagon. We got a new quarterback. We got hope in Philly.'”

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“I am a Bears fan,” the President continued. “We play Philly next Monday night. So I got to stick with my team but I am going to scout out what all the fuss is about.”

Of course, Philadelphians hit the President with some boo birds for that.

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The 0-1 Bears are three-point favorites on Monday night at home against the 1-0 Birds.