It's 2015. And football fans are still burning jerseys.

Before Saturday night's game between the Redskins and Eagles, a group of Eagles fans decided to get ready for the crucial NFC East matchup by torching an old DeSean Jackson Eagles jersey.

Take a look, as CSN Mid-Atlantic's cameras filmed the ritual.

Jackson's exit from Philadelphia wasn't pretty, but it's worth remembering that the Eagles released Jackson in 2014. He didn't demand a trade or walk away on his own. As a free agent, Jackson signed with one of the Eagles' rivals, the Washington Redskins. Key word: free, as in free to sign with any team.

But, as previously mentioned, relations between the Eagles and Jackson haven't been great since his release. As recently as this summer, Jackson said that the Eagles "tried to paint a picture that definitely wasn't true."

"The Eagles tried to blow me up," he said at the time. "That's cold how they did it."

Maybe those comments are why Eagles fans are burning his jersey.

Fans set this DeSean Jackson jersey on fire. (CSN Mid-Atlantic)