By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Sammy Sleeves is coming to town!

“What type of reception do you guys expect?” ex-Eagles QB Sam Bradford asked reporters on Wednesday. “I know what’s it going to be like.”

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Bradford, who was traded from Philadelphia to Minnesota one week before the season began, brings his 5-0 Vikings to Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday for a 1:00 p.m. kick off. While Bradford expects to hear boos, Eagles fans have been largely in support of Bradford this week, according to SportsRadioWIP Twitter poll questions.

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70-percent of fans wish Bradford the best and say fans should not boo him on Sunday.

On Wednesday’s 94WIP Afternoon Show, Barrett Brooks said he believes the Eagles would have been better this season with Bradford over the rookie QB Carson Wentz.

“I think they would be at least 4-1 at this point,” Brooks said. “Carson Wentz is our franchise quarterback. There’s no question in the world, it was better — the best decision they made. Trading him, getting a first-round pick for him and allowing him to go play somewhere else. But still, I think, at the end of the day with reads that I saw open last game and the game before against the Detroit Lions [Bradford] would have made those reads. He would have been able to deliver the ball in certain spaces.”

 

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